A Shot In The DarkA Shot In The Dark (1964) Feature Length Theatrical FilmFeature Length Theatrical Animated Film by Dave Koch
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- Blake Edwards Productions, Mirisch-Geoffrey Productions
- United Artists
- Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
- Cartoon Characters: Jacques Clouseau, The Brothers Matzoriley (Weft, Wong, White), Naked Lady.
Characters (Live Action): Jacques Clouseau, Maria Gambrelli, Benjamin Ballon, Charles Dreyfus, Dominique Ballon, Hercule LaJoy, Simone, Madame LaFarge, Pierre, Dudu, Georges, Francois, Maurice, Kato, Receptionist, Henri LaFarge, Camp Attendant, Game Warden, Gendarme, The Doctor, The Psycho-Analyst, Taxi Driver, Gendarme, Kazak Dancer, Flamenco Dancers and Guitarist, Balding Customer, Soprano, Tahitian Dance Group, Men.
- Vocal Talent: (Live Action): Peter Sellers (Jacques Clouseau), Elke Sommer (Maria Gambrelli), George Sanders (Benjamin Ballon), Herbert Lom (Charles Dreyfus), Tracy Reed (Dominique Ballon), Graham Stark (Hercule LaJoy), Moira Redmond (Simone), Vanda Godsell (Madame LaFarge), Maurice Kaufmann (Pierre), Ann Lynn (Dudu), David Lodge (Georges), André Maranne (Francois), Martin Benson (Maurice), Burt Kwouk (Kato), Reginald Beckwith (Receptionist), Douglas Wilmer (Henri LaFarge), Turk Thrust (Camp Attendant, André Charise (Game Warden), Howard Greene (Gendarme), John Herrington (The Doctor), Jack Melford (The Psycho-Analyst), Victor Baring (Taxi Driver), Victor Beaumont (Gendarme), Tutte Lemkow (Kazak Dancer), Hurtado De Cordoba Ballet (Flamenco Dancers and Guitarist), Fred Hugh (Balding Customer), Rose Hill (Soprano), Tahitian Dance Group (Tahitian Dance Group), Jack Lambert (Man), Nosher Powell (Man).
- Directed By Blake Edwards.
- Produced By Blake Edwards.
Associate Producer: Cecil F. Ford.
- Written By Blake Edwards, William Peter Blatty.
Based on the Stage Play By: Harry Kurnitz.
Adapted From the French Play "L'Idiot" By: Marcel Achard.
- Edited By Bert Bates, Ralph E. Winters.
- Director: Blake Edwards.
- Assistant Director: Derek Cracknell.
- Second Assistant Director: Terence Churcher.
- Production Design: Michael Stringer.
- Costume Design: Margaret Furse.
- Production Manager: Denis Johnson.
- Animation Director: George Dunning.
- Assistant Art Director: Norman Dorme.
- Draughtsmen: Charles Bishop, Tony Rimmington.
- Director of Photography: Christopher Challis.
- Director of Photography, Second Unit: Skeets Kelly.
- Camera Operator: Austin Dempster.
- Still Photographer: Norman Gryspeerdt.
- Focus Puller: John Jordan.
- Grip: Dennis Fraser.
- Music: Henry Mancini.
- Conductor: Henry Mancini.
- Orchestrator: Douglas Gamley.
- Sound Editor: Teddy Mason.
- Sound Recordists: John Bramall, J. B. Smith.
- Editors: Bert Bates, Ralph E. Winters.
- First Assistant Editor: Peter Elliot.
- Assistant Editor: Martyn K. E. Green.
- Transportation Chief: Eddie Frewin.
- Stage Producer: Leland Hayward.
- Continuity: Connie Willis.
- Unit Publicist: Geoff Freeman.
- Production Accountant: Maurice Landsberger.
- Production Secretary: Golda Offenheim.
© 1964 Mirisch-Geoffrey Productions
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