Inspector Clouseau

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Released 2010

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Director:
Bud Yorkin
Released:
2010
Rating:
G
Inspector Clouseau is a 1968 comedy and the third film in the much-loved Pink Panther series, the only film in the franchise that stars Academy Award-winner Alan Arkin as the bumbling, inept police inspector Jacques Clouseau, whose unconventional and illogical methods of detective work lead him into some dangerous and hilarious situations. Peter Sellers famously played Inspector Clouseau for the majority of the films in the Pink Panther series, but this early installment features another talented actor with his own hysterical take on the role. In this film, a gang of expert thieves captures Clouseau and creates masks of the inspector's face. Soon, banks all across Switzerland find themselves the victims of devastating robberies, all perpetrated by the famous French Inspector Clouseau. As law enforcement struggles to abate the heists, the real Clouseau must clear his name and save the day. Inspector Clouseau is another fun Pink Panther film, co-starring Frank Finlay, Patrick Cargill, and Delia Boccardo.

Metacritic Score

  • 70

    Variety

    Film is a lively, entertaining and episodic story of bank robbers. Good scripting, better acting and topnotch direction get the most out of the material.

  • 63

    Chicago Sun-Times Roger Ebert

    Clouseau is Alan Arkin this time, instead of Peter Sellers, and it's hard to say whether we gain or lose. Arkin flounders a little in the stiff French accent he inherited from Sell...

  • 20

    Time Out

    Sorely contrived.

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Detectives, Slapstick, 60s, Classics