Director: Frank Wisbar. Writers: Frank Wisbar, Leo J. MacCarthy, based on Wisbar’s film Fährmann Maria. Starring: Rosemary La Planche, Blake Edwards, Charles Middleton, Robert Barrat, Effie Laird, Frank Conlan. 600 more words
Directed by Blake Edwards, Breakfast at Tiffany’s is a typical American romantic comedy film that came out in 1961. It starrs the worldwide famous actress Audrey Hepburn who plays the role of Holly Golightly (Lula Mae which is her real name). 309 more words
“Ladies and gentlemen, tonight the role of Inspector Clouseau will be played by an empty coat. Called Ted Wass.”
My purpose is not to claim that there is a curse on THE CURSE OF THE PINK PANTHER, as there is supposedly on SUPERMAN and THE EXORCIST and PETER’S FRIENDS – though quite a few of the principals involved have suffered mishaps and tragedies which come to mind dispiritingly as one watches. 1,115 more words
It’s not exactly Richard Williams, is it?
The beginning of a mini-series looking at the PINK PANTHER movies made by Blake Edwards after the death of star Peter Sellers, one of the more remarkable and misbegotten cycles in cinema history. 1,033 more words