Created by Fritz Freleng and David DePatie, the slick and sly Pink Panther character made his debut in April of 1964 in the opening credits of the big-screen comedy The Pink Panther, starring Peter Sellars. The animated short you can watch here won an Oscar.
Driven mad by Inspector Clouseau's (Peter Sellars) idiocy, Inspector Dreyfus (Herbert Lom) vows to destroy the world with his doomsday device, unless Clouseau is taken out first by any of the 26 assassins for hire. In this clip, Clouseau "drops in" unexpectedly on his neighbors.
Clouseau (Peter Sellars) goes missing, a a reporter (Joanna Lumley) attempts to memorialize the clumsy crime fighter, and his nemesis Dreyfus (Herbert Lon) can't stop laughing! In this clip, the Inspector arrives home to encounter a most disapproving neighbor.
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