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5.0 out of 5 stars
You av a defective Caraf........ I will blot you!!!, 27 Oct. 2003
Ah the pure joy of Sellars at his best! The list of catchphrases that have been burned in to my brain are too many to count. The cunning disguises of Gee Gadboir and Mr Flourdnoy combined with the fact that Sellars managed to make his own co actors laugh during the final takes (See in the bar with Sellars "Heres looking at you kid" speech, she really cant stop laughing!)
The film itself is scripted well and uses what we already know of Sir Charles Litton to further expound on his character. His wife is the perfect target for Sellars attempts at detective work and "The Madman Dreyfuss" is completeley spellbinding. The first scene with Clousseau itself is probably the funniest film moment I know of.
"There was some question wheter the beggar or his monkey was breaking the law"
CLOUSSEAU: "City ordanance 371R prohibits the playing of any musical instrument in a public place for the purpose of commercial enterprise without a proper license."
BEGGAR: "How do you know so much about city ordanance?"
CLOUSSEAU: "What sort of stupid question is that! Are you blind!!