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Inspector Clouseau (Film)

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Inspector Clouseau is the third movie in The Pink Panther series.

Inspector Clouseau is a 1968 United Artists film. It was directed by Bud Yorkin, written by Frank Waldman and Tom Waldman and stars Alan Arkin as Inspector Clouseau. It was filmed by Mirisch Films at the MGM-British Studios, Borehamwood, and in Europe.

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Inspector Clouseau is the third movie in The Pink Panther series.

Inspector Clouseau is a 1968 United Artists film. It was directed by Bud Yorkin, written by Frank Waldman and Tom Waldman and stars Alan Arkin as Inspector Clouseau. It was filmed by Mirisch Films at the MGM-British Studios, Borehamwood, and in Europe.

The film was not directed by Blake Edwards, did not have a score by Henry Mancini, and the title role was not portrayed by Peter Sellers. All three were involved at that time. The Mirisch Company wanted to proceed with this film, so when Sellers and Edwards declined to participate, Mirisch decided to proceed without them.

An organized crime wave strikes across Europe. Suspecting a mole within Scotland Yard, the Prime Minister brings Clouseau in to solve the case. Clouseau foils two assassination attempts but is subsequently kidnapped. The gang uses him to make masks of his face which they later use to commit a series of daring bank robberies across Switzerland. Eventually, Clouseau foils the plot and unmasks the traitor within the Yard.

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