Revenge of the Pink Panther


Action / Comedy / Crime / Mystery

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh84%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright70%
IMDb Rating6.61021853


Plot summary

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Herbert Lom Photo
Herbert Lom as Chief Insp. Charles Dreyfus
Dyan Cannon Photo
Dyan Cannon as Simone Legree
Robert Loggia Photo
Robert Loggia as Al Marchione
Peter Sellers Photo
Peter Sellers as Chief Insp. Jacques Clouseau
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714.28 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 39 min
P/S 0 / 6
1.49 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 39 min
P/S 3 / 6

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MartinHafer7 / 10

A bit of an improvement over the last Panther film--and the last Panther film worth watching

Be forewarned--no matter what you see, this is THE last Pink Panther movie. Shortly after this film, Peter Sellers died and the studio had the nerve to try to continue the franchise! On the first, we have a female cop take on the case and interview all the characters from the previous films. In the second of these awful films (THE TRAIL OF THE PINK PANTHER),we find outtakes and clips from the previous Panther films being strung together with a tenuous plot. In the third, Roberto Begnini stars as Clouseau's son (a pretty lame way to continue the series). And just recently Steve Martin (whose career really seems in the dumps during the last few years) reprises the role. Uggh! Just let it go, folks! In this FINAL Panther movie, Sellers is up to his old craziness but the film isn't quite as way out and weird as the last. Chief Inspector Dreyfus is out of the mental asylum after it is widely reported that Clouseau is dead. Kato also thinks Clouseau is dead and turns the apartment into a kinky Chinese brothel. But, Clouseau is NOT dead and Kato's scheme is quickly uncovered. However, Dreyfus is not informed of this and when he sees Clouseau again, he thinks he's once again going mad. A cute entry and well worth seeing, despite Robert Weber and Dyan Cannon not exactly being the best supporting cast the series has seen.

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird7 / 10

Uneven it is, but also entertaining

I do not think Revenge of the Pink Panther is the best in the series(Shot in the Dark is hilarious),but it was a funny and pleasant diversion. The plot is a bit of a less though, and while I liked the music in general some of it got a little repetitive or interfered too much in some scenes. Also there is the odd bit of slow pacing. However, I actually kind of liked it. Peter Sellers is a sheer delight as Clousseau, and Herbert Lom was good also, his eulogy scene had me in hysterics. And there is some decent scripting, however I did find the sight gags more memorable, especially the scene in Clousseau's apartment about twenty five minutes into the movie, the funniest moment of that particular scene was when he fell through the ceiling when it was cut through. I quite liked the production values as well, they weren't what I call exquisite, but they were pleasant enough. Overall, decent but I do agree it is uneven at times. Worth watching for Sellers, but for those looking for a more structured plot they'd better see Shot in the Dark for example instead. 7/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle6 / 10

At least Sellers is back with Dreyfus and Cato

To demonstrate his powerfulness, crime boss Philippe Douvier (Robert Webber) decides to kill Chief Inspector Jacques Clouseau (Peter Sellers). His men kill a transvestite instead and mistakenly believes that Clouseau is actually dead. The former Chief Inspector Charles Dreyfus (Herbert Lom) is brought back to give the eulogy and lure out the killers. Meanwhile Clouseau and his man-servant Cato Fong (Burt Kwouk) aim to track down his would-be assassin.

The best thing about this Pink Panther sequel is the return of Peter Sellers, Herbert Lom, and Burt Kwouk. The trio represents the best combination in the Pink Panther franchise. The movie is kind of boring whenever the three isn't on screen. The opening is problematic because of that fact. One of the three should be on screen at least 95% of the time. They are chuckle worthy just by being there. The rest of the cast is forgettable and unimportant.

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