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Get ready for a "riotous" (Boxoffice) adventure as Peter Sellers returns as the hapless Inspector Clouseau in his second Pink Panther film. Introducing Herbert Lom as his long-suffering superior Dreyfus and Burt Kwouk as his mysterious manservant and sparring partner Cato, this frenetic comedy is "a series of laughs from beginning to end, with never a lull to catch your breath" (LA Herald-Examiner)! Assigned to a high-profile murder case, Clouseau finds himself falling (literally) for the prime suspect - a beautiful maid named Maria (Elke Sommer), whose talent for being in the wrong place atthe wrong time almost rivals Clouseau's. But as the body count grows higher, and Maria's criminal record grows longer, Clouseau will have to find the real culprit quickly...or his career will be finit!
The original Pink Panther was disappointing, but Peter Sellers more than made up for it with this rollicking Inspector Clouseau adventure. Read morePublished 18 days ago by George E. Burns
It's hard not to be a fan of peter sellers if you like comedy, In my opinion A Shot in the Dark is the best and funniest of the Pink Panther movies.Published 1 month ago by bucron
Peter Sellers will always be the Pink Panther, the movie awesomely donePublished 1 month ago by brian s. lake
I watch A Shot in the Dark at least four times a year- I am a great fan of Inspector Clouseau!. Silly slapstick that always gets a laughPublished 1 month ago by Turtleview
I think this was his best better that the Pink Panter movies which I also lovePublished 1 month ago by Emma Larson
What a hoot! Enjoyed as much as I did when it first hit the big screens many, many years ago. 9-year-old grandson loves it, too!Published 2 months ago by James L.