The Return of the Pink Panther

The Return of the Pink Panther
The Return of the Pink Panther

Year

1975

Duration

108 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

The Return of the Pink Panther finds bumbling detective Inspector Clouseau reluctantly drafted in by Chief Inspector Dreyfuss to try and catch the legendary cat burglar Sir Charles Litton, who appears to be up to his old tricks again. Clouseau runs through several hilarious disguises during his failed attempts to nab Sir Charles and his wife, Claudine. There are still few things in film funnier than Clouseau's downright daftness.

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Contains mild slapstick violence.

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