The Pink Panther (1963)Inspector Clousseau travels to Rome to catch a notorious jewel thief known as 'The Phantom' before he conducts his most daring heist yet--a princess' priceless diamond with one slight imperfection, known as 'The Pink Panther.'
Actors of "The Pink Panther (1963)"Martin MillerBirthdate: 2 September 1899, Kremsier, Moravia, Austria-Hungary [now Kromeriz, Czech Republic]
Characters of "The Pink Panther (1963)"
Directors of "The Pink Panther (1963)"Blake EdwardsBirthdate: 26 July 1922, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
Creators of "The Pink Panther (1963)"Maurice RichlinBirthdate: 23 February 1920, Omaha, Nebraska, USABlake EdwardsBirthdate: 26 July 1922, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
Critic Reviews of "The Pink Panther (1963)"EmanuelLevy.ComAugust 13, 2011
The first film of the popular series, in which David Niven (not Peter Sellers) is the nominal lead, introduced Mancini's pouncing scoreCommon Sense MediaDecember 15, 2010
Funny and entertaining after all these years.CinePassionMarch 15, 2010
The whole ensemble is played like a Stradivarius7M PicturesApril 18, 2009
It is fun to look back and see how Peter Sellers completely stole the film from its bankable star, David Niven.Groucho ReviewsMarch 06, 2009
All the ingredients for a great evening at the movies: lively music, eye-catching scenery, larger-than-life comic set pieces, suave men and beautiful women, and odd-man-out Clouseau, played to perfection by the one and only Peter Sellers. [Blu-ray]Lessons of DarknessMay 04, 2005
Sellers is at the top of his game.sbs.isApril 16, 2005
A good beginningPopcornQJanuary 30, 2005
Hilarious no matter how many times you watch it. Slapstick for the sixties.Kansas City KansanOctober 19, 2004
Sellers' first Clouseau trip is fun, sets pace for rest of seriesOzus' World Movie ReviewsMarch 14, 2004
I found it overrated.Movie MetropolisMay 09, 2003
Clouseau (Sellers) is...a character that must go down as one of the great comic creations in motion picture history.
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