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Category: Comedy, Mystery/Noir/ThrillerNotable as: SlapstickSub-Category: Slapstick, Parody, Family, ComedyMain subject: serial killerNarrative location: ParisRuntime: 102 - 103 minutesColor: colorLanguage: English, SpanishCountry: United States, United KingdomDirector: Blake EdwardsScreenwriter: William Peter BlattyBased on: L'IdioteMusic: Henry ManciniCinematography: Christopher ChallisStars: Peter Sellers, Elke Sommer, George Sanders, Herbert Lom, Moira Redmond, Burt Kwouk, André Maranne, Graham Stark, Jack Lambert, Martin Benson, Reginald BeckwithProducer: Blake EdwardsStudio: Mirisch CompanyAward details: (details at IMDb)

A Shot in the Dark is a 1964 comedy film directed by Blake Edwards and is the second installment in The Pink Panther series. Peter Sellers is featured again as Inspector Jacques Clouseau of the French Sûreté. Clouseau's bungling personality is unchanged, but it was in this film that Sellers began to give him the idiosyncratically exaggerated French accent that was to become a hallmark of the character. The film also introduces Herbert Lom as his boss, Commissioner Dreyfus, and Burt Kwouk as his long-suffering servant, Cato, who would both become series regulars. Elke Sommer plays Maria Gambrelli. The film was not originally written to include Clouseau, but was an adaptation of a stage play by Harry Kurnitz adapted from the French play L'Idiote by Marcel Achard. The film was released only a few months after the first Clouseau film, The Pink Panther.

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