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Saturday Film: The Pink Panther


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starring Peter Sellers David Niven with Robert Wagner
Capucine, Claudia Cardinale
Peter Sellers , as the over-zealous -and utterly incompetent - detective-inspector of the French police, tries to unmask master crook David Niven in this. the first and most famous of the Clouseau series of comedy thrillers.
Produced by MARTIN JUROW
Directed by BLAKE EDWARDS. Films: p 12


Unknown: Peter Sellers
Unknown: David Niven
Unknown: Robert Wagner
Unknown: Claudia Cardinale
Unknown: Peter Sellers
Unknown: David Niven
Unknown: Maurice Richlin
Unknown: Blake Edwards
Produced By: Martin Jurow
Directed By: Blake Edwards.
Inspector Jacques Clouseau: Peter Sellers
Sir Charles: David Niven
George: Robert Wagner
Simone Clouseau: Capucine
Princess Dala: Claudia Cardinale
Angela Dunning: Brenda de Banzie
Greek cousin: Fran Jeffries
Tucker: Colin Gordon
Defence Attorney JOHN: Le Mesurier
Saloud: James Lanphier
Artoff: Guy Thomajan
Novelist: Michael Tribshawe

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Saturday Film: The Pink Panther

BBC One London, 23 July 1983 18.20

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