The Pink Panther Strikes Again
Alternate Title: Inspector Clouseau Strikes Back,The Pink Panther Strikes Again (Inspector Clouseau Strikes Back,, Inspector Clouseau and the Doomsday Machine) (1976) Feature Length Theatrical FilmFeature Length Theatrical Animated Film by Dave Koch
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- Amjo Productions
- Animated Characters: Pink Panther, Inspector Clouseau.
Characters (Live Action): Chief Inspector Clouseau, Dreyfus, Olga, Cato Fong, Drummond, Quinlan, Francois, Secretary of State, The President, Fassbender, Margo Fassbender, McClaren, Danny Salvo, Admiral, C.I.A. Agent, Virginia Senator, Aide, C.I.A. Director, Jarvis, Mrs. Leverlilly, Mr. Bullock, Mrs. Japonica, Mr. Shork, Mr. Stutterstutt, Italian Assassin, Dr. Duval, Munich Hotel Clerk, Alpenros Hotel Clerk, Chinese Assassin, Piano Player, Drummer, Bass Player, Guitar Player, M.C., Chuck, Police Driver, Police Constable, Inmate, Daphne, Fiona, Detective, Young Man, Tournier, Marty the Mugger, Bruce the Knife, Hindo Harry, Cairo Fred, Bouncer, Norwegian Assassin, Taxi Passenger, Munich Hotel Doorman, Customer, Longshoreman, Bit Part, Egyptian Assassin, Pretty Lady, Police Escorts on Train, West German Assassins, Kidnappers.
- Awards: Nominee, Academy Award, Best Music, Original Song, Henry Mancini (Music), Don Black (Lyrics), For the Song "Come to Me," 1977.
Nominee, Golden Globe, Best Motion Picture - Musical/Comedy, 1977.
Nominee, Golden Globe, Best Motion Picture Actor - Musical/Comedy, Peter Sellers, 1977.
WGA Award (Screen), Best Comedy Adapted from Another Medium, Frank Waldman and Blake Edwards, 1977.
Evening Standard British Film Award, Best Comedy, Blake Edwards, 1978.
- Originally Released in 1976.
- Running Time: 103 minutes.
- United Kingdom / U.S.A
Cartoon Production Information:
Release date is that of screening in London; United States release date was December 17, 1976.
Budgeted at an estimated $6 million, this film grossed $34 million in the United States.
Soundtrack: "Until You Love Me," Composed by Henry Mancini, Lyrics by Don Black; "Come to Me," Composed by Henry Mancini, Lyrics by Don Black, Sung by Tom Jones; "Tip-Toe thru' the Tulips with Me," Music by Joseph Burke, Lyrics by Al Dubin; "Thank Heaven for Little Girls," Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, Music by Frederick Loewe, Performed by Peter Sellers; "Over the Rainbow," Music by Harold Arlen, Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg, Performed by Herbert Lom.
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