Curse of the Pink Panther (1983)
Curse of the Pink Panther was released just after Trail of the Pink Panther with a script that has someone looking for the inept Inspector Clousseau and the fabulous stolen Pink Panther diamond at the same time. In Curse, Clifton Sleigh (Ted Wass) is a New York retread of the bumbling Inspector, chosen to look for him by Clousseau's former boss because Sleigh most certainly will never find him. Although peppered with a few inventive stunts, Curse still falls short of the Sellers classics. In a bizarre side note, David Niven was himself terminally ill at the time of his appearance in Trail of the Pink Panther and unable to speak adequately. His voice was dubbed in by impressionist Rich Little. … More
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Critic Reviews for Curse of the Pink Panther
may God have mercy on Blake's soul
The curse is the absence of Peter Sellers. Poor Niven is dubbed.
There's a special corner of hell reserved for people who try to do Clouseau without Sellers.
Yeah, I know. But I fell out of my seat laughing at the ending.
Just not the same
Yes, because we all know that the American equivalent to Peter Sellers is ... Ted Wass.
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