"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"
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"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."
Apparently I'm missing the 2 films that fall between A Shot in the Dark and this one, though I also see that one of said films doesn't have Peter Sellers in it. So I guess I'm really only missing one & I'm inclined to get my hands on it as soon as I can.
I continue to be impressed by how well this series is put together. This time around the plot is well laid out, the comic set pieces are hilarious to the point I almost fell out of my seat a few times, and the acting remains top notch. The ope"
"Francois: Do you know what kind of a bomb it was?
Clouseau: The exploding kind.
Clouseau: A beekeeper who has lost his voice, a cook who thinks he's a gardiner, and a witness to a murder. Oh, yes. It is obvious to my trained eye, that there is much more going on here than meets the ear.
Clouseau: Does your dog bite?
Hotel Clerk: No.
Clouseau: Nice doggie.
Clouseau: I thought you said your dog did not bite!
Hotel Clerk: That is not my dog."