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The Pink Panther Strikes Again


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Comedy starring
Peter Sellers , Herbert Lom
On the verge of release from a psychiatric hospital, former
Chief Inspector Dreyfus is driven mad by a chance encounterwith the cause of his breakdown, Jacques Clouseau. Dreyfus assembles a network of top assassins to kill his enemy.
Director Blake Edwards (1976, PG)
* See Films: pages 46-56 ***


Unknown: Peter Sellers
Unknown: Herbert Lom
Unknown: Jacques Clouseau.
Director: Blake Edwards
Chief Insp Jacques Clouseau: Peter Sellers
Dreyfus: Herbert Lom
Alec Drummond: Colin Blakely
Supt Quinlan: Leonard Rossiter
Olga: Lesley-Anne Down
Cato: Bert Kwouk
François: Andre Maranne
Dr Hugo Fassbender: Richard Vernon
Jarvis: Michael Robbins
Margo Fassbender: Briony McRoberts
President Gerald Ford: Dick Crockett
Secretary of State Kissinger: Byron Kane
CIA Director: Paul Maxwell
CIA agent: Bob Sherman
US Admiral: Robertbeatty
McLaren: Dudley Sutton
Mrs Leverlilly: Vanda Godsell

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The Pink Panther Strikes Again

BBC One London, 24 July 1997 23.35

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