As a kid, my first experience with the Pink Panther was through the Saturday morning cartoon series.
So, even though the films were conceived before the television series, I was pretty disappointed when I saw that these movies were based more on live-action, adult orientated humor than they were on the animated antics of an anthropomorhic flower colored leopard (panthers are actually leopards without the spots....).
Of course, as I got older, I began to appreciate the big screen releases more,"
"The various word and sight gags, including the innkeeper scene in which foolish Inspector Clouseau (Peter Sellers) has a mangled French accent: ("Do you have a rhum?..."), and the dog scene in which Clouseau asks the Bavarian innkeeper (Graham Stark): "Does your dog bite?" - when told no, he pets the "nice doggie" dachshund that snarls and bites him - and retorts back: "I thought you said your dewg did not bite!" - with the innkeeper's reply: "Zat... is not my dog!"; the character of twitching C"
"Herbert Lom aikoo tuhota maailman koska Peter Sellersin Clouseu on tehnyt hänen hulluksi spedeilyillään. Lom vetää pahisroolinsa niin överiksi ettei ihan tiedä pitäisikö sen naurattaa vai vituttaa. Sellers myös spedeilee ihan kiitettävästi ja tämä onkin käsittääkseni sitä siedettävämpää osastoa Pink Panther-jatkiksista."