Clouseau's violin is allegedly a Stradivarius, like Kara Milovy's Lady Rose in TLD. Doesn't sound as good though.
For a change, Barbel doesn‘t close threads and bans people….
Clouseau standing on the violin 😂😂😂
"When you've seen one Stradivarius, you've seen them all" 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
Simone's feelings with regard to Jacques are somewhat enigmatic. She uses and cuckolds him, but I can't help sensing a grudging liking of him on her part, too; she's scarcely warmer towards Sir Charles and obviously has a lower opinion of the Robert Wagner character.
Cardinale tipsy is very cute!
She does that very well... a highlight of the film!
My wife bites her lips when she was drinking too much as well
I'm delighted/sad to hear you're enjoying yourselves.
I'm sure it's been mentioned several times already that perhaps the worst movie in the series, The Pink Panther 2, was directed by a Norwegian! 🇧🇻
You mean the 2006 remake with Steve Martin?
The lip synching for the dubbing of even the tipsy lines is spot on.
Yes, she's wonderful here
From memory I wish Madeleine's drunk scene in SP was as charming and fun as Claudia Cardinale's.
But the voice is a bit too „mature“ imo
I can live with that.
Well, it's hardly surprising that her voice is so husky with all that smoking...
you are so easy to please, Barbel 🤣🤣
The sequel of the remake.
I didn't know the director was Norwegian Number24. My memory of that film is hazy, but I recall liking it more than the first Steve Martin film.
I think he means the sequel, which is much worse
The romance between Bond and Lisl in FYEO has shades of this tipsy romance, too, I think.
Absolutely! And it is my highlight fromFYEO.
Moore had such a perfect chemistry with Harris there!
Guys, I have to leave!
If you wonder, what I am doing in the next hours, there you go:
Given his looks and potential for leading hero types, Robert Wagner was 'game' playing a character like George, who is really a bit of a dork.
Bye, Higgins... enjoy!
Abandoning The Pink Panther for a cigar and a gaudy Patek Phillipe?
The musical interlude. Very enjoyable in its own right, but little things going on in the background too.
I can assure you, that the watches are getting far better - and expensive tonight
I'm at the song now... love this song-and-dance set piece!
Blake Edwards tends to be quite old fashioned in his way of framing scenes, usually keeping to a stage-like proscenium style. But he is good at keeping interest going in the periphery of the scene as well in the central action.