The Black Rose
Director Henry Hathaway
Year 1950
Synopsis Sellers provides the un-credited voice for Alfonso Bedoya.
Cast Tyrone Power, Orson Welles, CÚcile Aubry, Peter Sellers.
Penny Points to Paradise
Director Tony Young
Year 1951
Synopsis The Goons' first big romp on the big screen.  Hard to find.
Cast Harry Secombe, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan, Alfred Marks, Paddy O'Neil.
Let's Go Crazy
Director Alan Culimore
Year 1951
Synopsis Short featuring two of the Goons.
Cast Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan.
Down Among the Z Men
Director Maclean Rogers
Year 1952
Synopsis (Maltin) Creaky vehicle for radio's The Goons in story of criminals who visit a small town to steal a professor's secret scientific formula. Some good bits, especially Sellers' doing impressions of Yank soldiers, but overlooked with dull song-and-dance numbers by a female chorus line.
Cast Harry Secombe, Peter Sellers, Carole Carr, Spike Milligan, Clifford Stanton, Graham Stark, Miriam Karlin.
Our Girl Friday
Director Noel Langley
Year 1954
Synopsis A rich society girl is marooned on an island.  Peter Sellers provides the voice of the parrot.
Cast Joan Collins, George Cole, Kenneth More, Peter Sellers.
Orders are Orders
Director David Paltenghi
Year 1954
Synopsis (Maltin) Hancock as befuddled lieutenant is best item in this slapstick yarn of a movie company using an Army barracks for headquarters. Based on 1932 play, filmed once before.
Cast Margot Grahame, Maureen Swanson, Peter Sellers, Tony Hancock, Sidney James.
John and Julie
Director William Fairchild
Year 1955
Synopsis The adventures of two children who runaway to London.  Peter Sellers plays a police constable.
Cast Colin Gibson, Lesley Dudly, Noelle Middleton, Peter Sellers.
The LadyKillers
Director Alexander Mackendrick
Year 1955
Synopsis (Maltin) Droll black comedy of not-so-bright crooks involved with seemingly harmless old lady. Guiness scores again (even his teeth are funny) with top notch supporting cast in this little Ealing Studios gem, written by William Rose.
Cast Alec Guiness, Katie Johnson, Cecil Parker, Herbert Lom, Peter Sellers, Danny Green, Frankie Howerd.
The Man Who Never Was
Director Ronald Neame
Year 1956
Synopsis (Maltin) Good WW2 spy yarn based on true story of Allies planting elaborate red herring to divert attention from invasion of Sicily.
Cast Clifton Webb, Gloria Grahame, Robert Flemyng, Josephine Griffin, Stephen Boyd, Peter Sellers.
A Show Called Fred (TV)
Director Richard Lester
Year 1956
Synopsis From what I've seen of it, an ingenious and hilarious precursor to Python type sketch comedy.
Cast Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan, Valentine Dyall .
Son of Fred (TV)
Director Richard Lester
Year 1956
Synopsis FA continuation of the series with a bigger cast.
Cast Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan, Valentine Dyall, Graham Stark, Kenneth Connor.
Idiot Weekly, Price 2d (TV)
Director Richard Lester
Year 1956
Synopsis I don't really know anything about this one.
Cast Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan, Valentine Dyall, Graham Stark, Kenneth Connor.
The Case of the Mukkinese Battle Horn
Director Joseph Sterling
Year 1956
Synopsis A short Goon Show casted film. 
Cast Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan, Dick Emery.
Your Past is Showing/The Naked Truth
Director Mario Zampi
Year 1957
Synopsis (Maltin) Droll hijinks of a strange grouping of folks brought together to rid themselves of the editor of a smut-expose magazine.
Cast Terry-Thomas, Peter Sellers, Peggy Mount, Dennis Price, Shirley Eaton.
Insomnia is Good for You
Director Leslie Arliss
Year 1957
Synopsis A short with Peter.
Cast Peter Sellers
Yes, It's the Cathode Ray Tube Show (TV)
Director ??
Year 1957
Synopsis Ah, those Brits and their convoluted titles. An animated show.
Cast Michael Bentine, David Nettheim, Peter Sellers.
The Smallest Show on Earth
Director Basil Dearden
Year 1957
Synopsis (Maltin) Charming, often halarious comedy about a couple who inherit a run-down movie house and its three equally run-down attendants.
Cast Bill Travers, Virginia Mnkenna, Margaret Rutherford, Peter Sellers, Bernard Miles, Leslie Philips.
The April 8th Show (Seven Days Early) (TV)
Director ??
Year 1958
Synopsis "Hey Nigel, watch tele last night? Did you catch The April 8th Show?"
"No, never 'erd of it. Oh, do you mean The April 8th Show, Seven Days Early?"
"Yeah, that's it."
"No, missed that I'm afraid."
Cast Peter Sellers, Mario Fabrizi, Harry Fowler, Patricia Hayes, David Lodge, Graham Stark.
Tom Thumb
Director George Pal
Year 1958
Synopsis (Maltin) Excellent children's picture with Tamblyn as tiny Tom Thumb, taken in by kindly couple but exploited by villainous Terry-Thomas and henchman Sellers.
Cast Russ Tamblyn, June Thorburn, Peter Sellers, Terry-Thomas, Alan Young, Jessie Matthews, Bernard Miles.
Up The Creek
Director Val Guest
Year 1958
Synopsis (Maltin) Broad naval spoof a la MR. ROBERTS, which leans too much on slapstick rather than barbs; Hyde-White is best as nonplussed admiral.
Cast David Tomlinson, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Peter Sellers, Vera Day, Michael Goodliffe.
I'm All Right Jack
Director John Boulting
Year 1958
Synopsis (Maltin) Carmichael works for his uncle and unwittingly upsets an elaborate and crooked business scheme in this memorable comedy. Sellers wonderful as labor leader. Scripted by Frank Harvey, John Boulting, and Alan Hackney, from Hackney's novel Priva te Life.
Cast Ian Carmichael, Terry-Thomas, Peter Sellers, Richard Attenborough, Margaret Rutherford, Dennis Price, Irene Handl, Miles Malleson.
The Running, Jumping, & Standing Still Film
Director Richard Lester & Peter Sellers
Year 1959
Synopsis Goofy short. I believe it's available on the latest release of A Hard Day's Night.
Cast Richard Lester, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan, Leo McKern.
Man In A Cocked Hat/Carlton-Browne Of The F.O.
Director Jeffrey Dell, Roy Boulting
Year 1959
Synopsis (Maltin) Screwball farce about Island of Gallardia, a British protectorate forgotten for 50 years; when rediscovered, bumbling Terry Thomas of the Foreign Office is left in charge.
Cast Terry-Thomas, Peter Sellers, Luciana Paluzzi, Thorley Walters, Ian Bannen, John Le Mesurier, Miles Malleson.
The Mouse That Roared
Director Jack Arnol
Year 1959
Synopsis (Maltin) Hilarious satire about the Duchy of Grand Fenwick declaring war on the U.S. Sellers stars in three roles, equally amusing. Gag before opening titles is a masterpiece.
Cast Peter Sellers, Jean Seberg, David Kossoff, William Hartnell, Monty Landis, Leo Mckern.
Two Way Stretch
Director Robert Day
Year 1960
Synopsis (Maltin) Wry shenanigans of Sellers, et al. as prisoners who devise a means of escaping to commit a robbery and then return to the safety of their cells.
Cast Peter Sellers, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Lionel Jeffries, Liz Fraser, Maurice Denham, Bernard Cribbins, David Lodge.
The Battle Of The Sexes
Director Charles Chrichton
Year 1960
Synopsis (Maltin) Sparkling British comedy with macabre overtones; Sellers is elderly Scotsman comtemplating murder. Supporting cast keeps this moving.
Cast Peter Sellers, Robert Morley, Constance Cummings, Jameson Clark.
The Millionairess
Director Anthony Asquith
Year 1960
Synopsis (Maltin) Loren is a heiress who thinks money can buy anything, until she meets Indian doctor Sellers, who won't sell his principles, or his love. Sophia is stunning, but this adaption of G. B. Shaw's play is a heavy-handed comedy.
Cast Sophia Loren, Peter Sellers, Alastair Sim, Vittorio De Sica, Dennis Price.
Never Let Go
Director John Guillermin
Year 1960
Synopsis (Maltin) Sellers gives heavy-handed performance as ruthless and sadistic racketeer in weak story about car thievery. Billed as his first dramatic role, it was a poor choice.
Cast Richard Todd, Peter Sellers, Elizabeth Sellars, Carol White, Mervyn Johns.
The Road to Hong Kong (Guest Star)
Director Norman Panama
Year 1962
Synopsis (Maltin) Final ROAD picture was the first in a decade, and while it's fun it lacks the carefree spirit of its predecessors; Bob and Bing are con men who become involved in international intrigue-and space travel! Sellers has a hilarious cameo; Lamour app ears briefly as herself. Look fast for the Bob Crosby band.
Cast Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Joan Collins, Dorothy Lamour, Robert Morley, Walter Gotell, Peter Sellers.
Only Two Can Play
Director Sidney Gilliat
Year 1962
Synopsis (Maltin) Well-intentioned filming of Kingsley Amis novel, striving for quick laughs rather than satire. Sellers is librarian flirting with society women Zetterling.
Cast Peter Sellers, Mai Zetterling, Virginia Maskell, Richard Attenborough, Kenneth Griffith.
The Dock Brief/Trial And Error
Director James Hill
Year 1962
Synopsis (Maltin) Sellers is aging barrister who incompetently represents accused killer Attenborough with strange results; pleasant comic satire.
Cast Peter Sellers, Richard Attenborough, Beryl Reid, David Lodge.
I Like Money/Mr. Topaz
Director Peter Sellers
Year 1962
Synopsis (Maltin) Subdued satirical remake of TOPAZE, with Sellers the timid schoolteacher who becomes an unsrupulous businessman.
Cast Peter Sellers, Nadia Gray, Herbert Lom, Leo McKern, Martita Hunt, John Neville, Michael Gough, Billie Whitelaw.
Director Stanley Kubrick
Year 1962
Synopsis (Maltin) Sexually precocious Lyon becomes involved with stolid professor Mason, and bizarre Sellers provides peculiar romance leading to murder and lust. Screenplay for this genuinely strange film os credited to Vladimir Nabokov, who wrote the novel of the same name, but bears little relation to his actual script, which was later published. Winters is outstanding as Lyon's sex-starved mother.
Cast James Mason, Shelley Winters, Peter Sellers, Sue Lyon, Marianne Stone, Diana Decker.
Waltz Of The Toreadors/Amorous General
Director John Guillerman
Year 1962
Synopsis (Maltin) Jean Anouilh's saucy sex romp gets top notch handling with Sellers as the retired military officer who still can't keep his eye off the girls.
Cast Peter Sellers, Dany Robin, Margeret Leighton, John Fraser.
The Wrong Arm Of The Law
Director Cliff Owen
Year 1962
Synopsis (Maltin) Wacky comedy spoof has Australian trio being chased by police as well as crooks because they've been dressing as cops and confiscating loot from apprehended robbers. Some very funny moments.
Cast Peter Sellers, Lionel Jeffries, Bernard Cribbins, Davy Kaye, Nanette Newman, John Le Mesurier, Dennis Price.
Telegoons (TV)
Director ?
Year 1963
Synopsis Animated Goons on TV.
Cast Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan, Henry Secombe.
Heavens Above!
Director John Boulting
Year 1963
Synopsis (Maltin) Wry satire on British clergy life, with Sellers top-notch as the reverend who becomes bishop on outer space.
Cast Peter Sellers, Cecil Parker, Isabel Jeans, Eric Sykes, Bernard Miles, Ian Carmichael, Irene Handl, Brock Peters, William Hartnell, Roy Kinnear, Joan Hickson.
Carol for Another Christmas
Director Joseph Mankiewicz
Year 1964
Synopsis Penned by Rod Serling and filled with great performances dealing with an unconventional and apparently controversial story about a post-apocalyptic scrooge.
Cast Peter Sellers, George C. Scott, Sterling Hayden, Slim Pickens, Keenan Wynn, Peter Bull, James Earl Jones.
Dr. Strangelove Or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb
Director Stanley Kubrick
Year 1964
Synopsis (Maltin) U.S. president must contend with the Russian and his own political and military leaders when a fanatical general launches A-bomb attack on U.S.S.R. Sellers plays the president, British captain, and mad inventor of the Bomb in this brilliant blac k comedy, which seems better with each passing year. Sellers' phone conversation with Soviet premier is classic. Outstaning cast, incredible sets by Ken Adam.
Cast Peter Sellers, George C. Scott, Sterling Hayden, Slim Pickens, Keenan Wynn, Peter Bull, James Earl Jones.
The Pink Panther
Director Blake Edwards
Year 1964
Synopsis (Maltin) Delightful caper comedy introduced bumbling inspector Clousaeu to the world (as well as the cartoon character featured in the opening title), so obsessed with catching notorious jewel thief "The Phantom" that he isn't even aware his quarry is als o his wife's lover! Loaded with great slapstick and especially clever chase sequence; beautiful European locations, memorable score by Henry Mancini.
Cast Peter Sellers, David Niven, Capucine, Robert Wagner, Claudia Cardinale, Brenda DeBanzie, John Le Mesurier, Fran Jeffries.
A Shot In The Dark
Director Blake Edwards
Year 1964
Synopsis (Maltin) Second Inspector Clouseau comedy is far an away the funniest, with the great detective convinced gorgeous Sommer is innocent of murder despite all evidence to the contrary. Gaspingly hilarious farce never slows down for a second, with memorable scene in a nudist colony. Script by Edwards and William Peter Blatty; fine Henry Mancini score. Serious debuts of Lom, Kwouk. Stark and Maranne.
Cast Peter Sellers, Elke Sommer, George Sanders, Herbert Lom, Tracy Reed, Graham Stark, Burt Kwouk.
The World Of Henry Orient
Director George Roy Hill
Year 1964
Synopsis (Maltin) Marvelous comedy of two teenage girls who idolize eccentric pianist (Sellers) and follow him around New York City. Bosley and Lansbury are superb as Walker's parents, with Thaxter appealing as Spaeth's understanding mother. Screenplay by Nunnal ly and Nora Johnson, from her novel.
Cast Peter Sellers, Tippy Walker, Marrie Speath, Paula Prentiss, Angela Lansbury, Phyllis Thaxter, Tom Bosley.
What's New, Pussycat?
Director Clive Donner
Year 1965
Synopsis (Maltin) Disturbed fashion editor O'Toole goes to psychiatrist Sellers for help with romantic problems, but Sellers is even crazier than he. Woody Allen's first feature as actor and writer, and like many of his comedies, one sits through a lot of misfire d gags to get to a few undeniable gems. Hit title song by Bert Bacharach and Hal David.
Cast Peter Sellers, Peter O'Toole, Romy Schneider, Capucine, Paula Prentiss, Woody Allen, Ursula Andress.
After The Fox/Caccia Alla Volpe (Also Song Composer)
Director Vittorio De Sica
Year 1966
Synopsis (Maltin) Not always succesful comedy of Italian con man Sellers, who poses as a movie director. A must-see for Mature's performance as a fading romantic with tremendous ego. Script by Neil Simon.
Cast Peter Sellers, Victor Mature, Britt Ekland, Martin Balsam.
Alice in Wonderland (TV)
Director Jonathan Miller
Year 1966
Synopsis Peter Sellers as the King of Hearts.
Cast Peter Sellers, Anne-Marie Mallik, Wilfrid Brambell, Alan Bnenett.
The Wrong Box
Director Bryan Forbes
Year 1966
Synopsis (Maltin) Scramble for inheritance is bases for wacky black set in Victorian England; aging Mills attempts to do in brother Ricahrdson (with help form family cohorts) in order to be sole survivor. Sellers has hilarious cameo oddball doctor. based on a Ro bert Louis Stevenson story. Scripted by Larry Geleart and Bert Shevelove.
Cast John Mills, Ralph Richardson, Michael Caine, Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Nanette Newman, Wilfred Lawson, Tony Hancock, Peter Sellers.
The Bobo
Director Robert Parish
Year 1967
Synopsis (Maltin) Misfire comedy casts Sellers as aspiring singing matador who's promised a booking if he can seduce Ekland, the most desirable women in Barcelona, within three days. Filmed in Spain and Rome.
Cast Peter Sellers, Britt Ekland, Rossano Brazzi, Adolfo Celi, Ferdy Mayne.
Casino Royale
Director John Huston, Ken Hughes, Robert Parrish, Joe McGrath, Val Guest.
Year 1967
Synopsis (Maltin) Gigantic, overdone spoof of James Bond films with Niven as the aging secret agent who relinquishes his position to nephew Allen and host of others. Money, money everywhere, but film is terribly uneven-sometimes funny, often not. Good score by B urt Bacharach, including hit song "The Look of Love."
Cast Peter Sellers, Ursula Andress, David Niven, Orson Welles, Joanna Pettet, Woody Allen, Deborah Kerr, William Holden, Charles Boyer, John Huston, George Raft, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Jackie (Jacqueline) Bisset.
Woman Times Seven
Director Vittorio De Sica
Year 1967
Synopsis (Maltin) A seven-episode film with McLaine showing seven types of women; some funny moments, some perceptive comments, but with that cast and director, it should have been much better.
Cast Shirley MacLaine, Peter Sellers, Rossano Brazzi, Vittorio Gassman, Lex Barker, Elsa Martinelli, Robert Morley, Patrick Wymark, Adrienne Corri, Alan Arkin, Michael Caine, Anita Ekberg, Philippe Noiret.
I Love You, Alice B. Toklas
Director Hy Averback
Year 1968
Synopsis (Maltin) Excellent comedy about the freaking out of mild-mannered L.A. lawyer. Sellers has never been better. Written by Larry Tucker and Paul Mazursky.
Cast Peter Sellers, Jo Van Fleet, Leigh Taylor-Young, Joyce Van Patten.
The Party
Director Blake Edwards
Year 1968
Synopsis (Maltin) Side-splitting gags highlight looselt structured film chic Hollywood party attended by bumbling Indian actor. Doesn't hold up to the very end, has some memorable set-pieces.
Cast Peter Sellers, Claudine Longet, Marge Champion, Denny Miller, Gavin Macleod, Steve Franken, Carol Wayne.
The Magic Christian (Also Screenwriter)
Director Joseph McGrath
Year 1969
Synopsis (Maltin) In a series of wacky schemes, the world's wealthiest man and his protege wreak havoc on society by demonstrating how people will do anything for money. Fiendishly funny adaptation of Terry Southern's insane novel, scripted by Southern and McGrath, with contributions from Sellers, Cleese, and Chapman.
Cast Peter Sellers, Ringo Starr; guest stars Richard Attenborough, Christopher Lee, Raquel Welch, Laurence Harvey, Yul Brynner, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Spike Milligan, Dennis Price, John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Roman Polanski.
Director Alvin Rakoff
Year 1970
Synopsis (Maltin) Very odd, low-key dual character study with Sellers blackmailing young bride-to-be to spend weekend with him. Slightly over-long; great performances.
Cast Peter Sellers, Sinead Cusack, Jeremy Bulloch, Ruth Dunning.
'Wiltons' - The Handsomest Hall in Town (TV)
Director ?
Year 1970
Synopsis Sellers as a stage actor performing circa 1880. Apparently a great performace.
Cast Bill Fraser, Spike Milligan, Warren Mitchell, Peter Sellers.
There's A Girl In My Soup
Director Roy Boulting
Year 1970
Synopsis (Maltin) Middle-aged Sellers groping for youth, woos kookie Hawn. Silly story, just a few real laughs.
Cast Peter Sellers, Goldie Hawn, Tony Britton, Nicky Henson, Diana Dors, Nicola Pagett, Christopher Cazenove.
A Day at the Beach
Director Simon Hesera
Year 1970
Synopsis Hard to find and hard to watch.
Cast Mark Burns, Beatie Edney, Fiona Lewis, Jack MacGowran, Peter Sellers.
Alice's Adventures In Wonderland
Director William Sterling
Year 1972
Synopsis (Maltin) Tedious British film version of Lewis Caroll's classic proves Americans don't have a monopoly on making bad children's musicals. Waste of a good cast.
Cast Fiona Fullerton, Michael Crawford, Ralph Richardson, Flora Robson, Peter Sellers, Dudley Moore, Michael Jayston.
Where Does It Hurt?
Director Rod Amateau
Year 1972
Synopsis (Maltin) Abysmal, tasteless "comedy" about hospital run by corrupt Sellers, staffed by money-hungry incompetents. Good cast wasted.
Cast Peter Sellers, Jo Ann Pflug, Rick Lenz, Harold Gould, Hope Summers, Eve Bruce, Kathleen Freeman.
The Blockhouse
Director Clive Reeds
Year 1973
Synopsis (Maltin) Dismal, downbeat story of laborers trapped in underground bunker when the Allies land at Normandy on D-Day.
Cast Peter Sellers, Charles Aznavour, Per Oscarsson, Peter Vaughan, Jeremy Kemp, Alfred Lynch.
Ghost In The Noonday Sun
Director Peter Medak
Year 1973
Synopsis (Maltin) Absolutely atrocious pirate comedy which understandably never got full-fledged theatrical release. Milligan, who's credited with "additional dialogue," appears in one sequence with his onetime Goon Show colleague Sellers, but even their chemistry can't save this turkey.
Cast Peter Sellers, Anthony Franciosa, Spike Milligan, Clive Revill, Peter Boyle, Richard Willis.
The Optimists
Director Anthony Simmons
Year 1973
Synopsis (Maltin) Entertaining comedy-drama of London busker (street entertainer) Sellers and the two tough little kids he takes in hand. Songs by Lionel Bart include effective "Sometimes".
Cast Peter Sellers, Donna Mullane, John Chaffey, David Daker.
The Great McGonagall
Director Joseph McGrath
Year 1974
Synopsis I saw this when I was a kid. I didn't think it was very good.
Cast Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan, Julia Foster, John Bluthal, Victor Spinetti.
The Return Of The Pink Panther
Director Blake Edwards
Year 1975
Synopsis (Maltin) Fourth PANTHER film, and first with Sellers since A SHOT IN THE DARK. Inspector Clousaeu is superb comedy character, but director-writer Edwards thinks big, violent gags are funny. Best part of this diamond-heist farce is the opening title, ani mated by Richard Williams abd Ken Harris. Immediate sequel-THE PINK PANTHER STRIKES AGAIN!-is much better.
Cast Peter Sellers, Christopher Plummer, Catherine Schell, Herbert Lom, Burt Kwouk, Peter Arne, Gregoire Aslan, Andre Maranne, Victor Spinetti.
Undercovers Hero/Soft Beds And Hard Battles
Director Roy Boulting
Year 1975
Synopsis (Maltin) Inept WWII "comedy," with Sellers in six roles, including Hitler; a total dud. Made in 1973, barely released here.
Cast Peter Sellers, Lila Kedrova, Curt Jurgens, Beatrice Romand, Jenny Hanley, Rex Stallings.
Murder By Death
Director Robert Moore
Year 1976
Synopsis (Maltin) Capote invites world's greatest detectives to his home and involves them in a baffling whodunit. Neil Simon spoofs such characters as Charlie Chan, Miss Marple, and Sam Spade in this enjoyable all-star comedy, with marvelous sets by Stephen Grimes. Simon followed this with THE CHEAP DETECTIVE.
Cast Peter Sellers, Peter Falk, David Niven, Maggie Smith, James Coco, Alec Guinness, Elsa Lanchester, Eileen Brennan, Nancy Walker, Estelle Winwood, Truman Capote.
The Pink Panther Strikes Again
Director Blake Edwards
Year 1976
Synopsis (Maltin) Fifth PINK PANTHER is one of the funniest. Sellers' former boss (Lom) goes crazy, threatens to destroy the world with a ray-gun he has comandeered. Sellers' hilarious Inspector Clouseau is backed up by better-than-usual gags-with the usual number of pain-and-destruction jokes thrown in for good measure. Sequel: REVENGE OF THE PINK PANTHER.
Cast Peter Sellers, Herbert Lom, Colin Blakely, Leonard Rossiter, Lesley-Anne Down, Burt Kwouk, Andre Maranne.
Revenge Of The Pink Panther
Director Blake Edwards
Year 1978
Synopsis (Maltin) Sellers' final go-round as bumbling Inspector Clouseau is one of the dullest, until a bright wrap up in Hong Kong with some good sight gags and plenty of spark from Cannon. The "plot" has Clouseau supposedly murdered, allowing him to find "killer" incognito. Followed by TRAIL OF THE PINK PANTHER.
Cast Peter Sellers, Herbert Lom, Robert Webber, Dyan Cannon, Burt Kwouk, Robert Loggia, Paul Stewart, Andre Maranne, Graham Stark, Ferdy Mayne.
Being There
Director Hal Ashby
Year 1979
Synopsis (Maltin) A childlike man (Sellers) chances to meet important, powerful people who interpret his bewildered silence as brillance. Low-keyed black humor, full of savagely witty comments on American life in the television age, but fatally overlong. Adapted by Jerzy Kosinski from his own story. Douglas won Oscar as political kingmaker.
Cast Peter Sellers, Shirley MacLaine, Melvyn Douglas, Jack Warden, Richard Dysart, Richard Basehart, James Noble, David Clennon.
The Prisoner Of Zenda
Director Richard Quine
Year 1979
Synopsis (Maltin) Famous swashbuckler is played for laughs, but there aren't any. A return to the kind of picture that helped to destroy Sellers' until the second series of Clouseau comedies rescued it.
Cast Peter Sellers, Lynne Frederick, Lionel Jeffries, Elke Sommer, Gregory Sierra, Jeremy Kemp, Catherine Schell.
The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu
Director Piers Haggard
Year 1980
Synopsis (Maltin)Disastrous comedy features Sellers in dual role, as the title character and as his archenemy, Scotland Yard detective Nayland Smith. Painfully unfunny and, sad to say, Sellers' last film.
Cast Peter Sellers, Helen Mirren, Sid Caesar, David Tomlinson, Simon Williams, Steve Franklin.
Trail of the Pink Panther
Director Blake Edwards
Year 1982
Synopsis (Maltin) Attempt to fashion a new Pink Panther film, despite the death of series star Sellers, using previously unseen footage and new linking material. It almost works-until the seams begin to show, as reporter Lumley seeks out the people aho knew Clouse au for the TV story. Lom does have a sidesplitting scene in which he tries to eulogize his long-time nemesis-and can't stop laughing. Filmed at the same time as subsequent CURSE OF THE PINK PANTHER.
Cast Peter Sellers, David Niven, Herbert Lom, Richard Mulligan, Joanna Lumley, Robert Wagner, Capucine, Robert Loggia, Harvey Korman, Burt Kwouk, Graham Stark, Peter Arne.