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This is an ORIGINAL 27" x 41" 1-Sheet Movie Poster from M.G.M. Metro-Goldwyn Mayer, for the continuing franchise of Blake Edwards MGM spy spoof 1983 action film,Curse of the Pink Panther Director:Blake EdwardsScreenplay by Blake Edwards & Geoffrey Edwards Inspector Clouseau disappears, and the Surete wants the world's second best detective to look for him. However, Clouseau's enemy, Dreyfus, rigs the Surete's computer to select, instead, the world's WORST detective, NYPD Sgt. Clifton Sleigh. Sleigh obtusely bungles his way past assassins and corrupt officials as though he were Clouseau's American cousin.The entire cast included:David Niven... Sir Charles LittonRobert Wagner... George LyttonHerbert Lom... Chief Insp. Charles LaRousse DreyfusJoanna Lumley... Countess ChandraCapucine... Lady Simone LittonRobert Loggia... Bruno LangoisHarvey Korman... Prof. Auguste BallsBurt Kwouk... Cato FongTed Wass... Sergeant Clifton SleighRoger Moore... Chief Insp. Jacques Clouseau (as Turk Thrust II)Leslie Ash... Juleta Shane (AKA Julie Morgan)Graham Stark... Bored WaiterAndré Maranne... Sergeant Francois DuvalPeter Arne... General BufoniPatti Davis... Michelle Chauvin (as Patricia Davis)Poster has never been hung, slight surface wear. This was the first film after PETER SELLERS Death. Great artwrork!MORE INFO ON BLAKE EDWARDS: Blake Edwards (born William Blake Crump on July 26, 1922) is an American film director, screenwriter and producer. In 2004, he received an Honorary Academy Award in recognition of his writing, directing and producing an extraordinary body of work for the screen.Edwards's distinguished career began in the 1940s as an actor but soon turned to writing radio scripts at Columbia Pictures. He used his writing skills to begin producing and directing, with some of his best films including: Experiment in Terror, The Great Race, and the hugely successful Pink Panther film series with the British comedian Peter Sellers. Often thought of as primarily a director of comedies, he is also renowned for his dramatic work, Breakfast at Tiffany's and Days of Wine and Roses. Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Edwards was the son of a stage director. He began his career as an actor and scriptwriter, including seven screenplays for Richard Quine.His early career as a scriptwriter was for radio. His hard-boiled private detective scripts for Richard Diamond, Private Detective became NBC's answer to Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe, reflecting Edwards's unique humor. Edwards also created, wrote and directed the 1959 TV series Peter Gunn, with music by Henry Mancini. In the same year Edwards produced, with Mancini's musical theme, Mr. Lucky, an adventure series on CBS starring John Vivyan and Ross Martin. Mancini's association with Edwards continued in his film work, significantly contributing to their success.Edwards's most popular films have been comedies, the alcoholism-themed melodrama Days of Wine and Roses being a notable exception. His most dynamic and successful collaboration has been with Peter Sellers in six of the the Pink Panther movies. Five of the series involved Edwards and Sellers in original material, while Trail of the Pink Panther, made after Sellers's passing in 1980, was made up of unused material from The Pink Panther Strikes Again.In 2004, Edwards received an Honorary Academy Award for cumulative achievements over the course of his film career. His acceptance speech was noted for not mentioning Sellers, his longtime collaborator.Edwards's second wife (since 1969) is Julie Andrews, who has appeared in a number of his films, including Darling Lili, 10, Victor/Victoria and the autobiographical satire S.O.B., in which Andrews played a character who was a caricature of herself. In 1995, he wrote the book for the stage musical adaptation of Victor/Victoria, also starring Andrews.Edwards and Andrews have five children. The two eldest, Jennifer and Geoffrey, are from his previous marriage; middle child Emma is from Andrews's first marriage; and the youngest children are two adopted orphans from Vietnam, Amelia Leigh and Joanna Lynne. Edwards and Andrews adopted them in the early 1970s. All of the children, except Joanna, have appeared in his movies. Edwards is the grandson of prolific silent-film director J. Gordon Edwards.MORE INFO ON TED WASS: Ted Wass (born October 27, 1952, in Lakewood, Ohio), is an American actor and director. Goodman School of Drama graduate Wass made his Broadway bow in the 1976 production Grease. He is a 1970 graduate of Glenbard West High School, where he portrayed Action in the musical West Side Story during his senior year.He is best known for his roles as "Danny Dallas" on the series Soap and as the father, "Nick Russo", on the NBC sitcom Blossom. Ted Wass briefly left show business and spent a year curing meats in Spain.His first wife was actress Janet Margolin, who died in 1993, aged 50, from ovarian cancer; they had two children. His second wife is producer Nina Wass.Winning buyder agrees in advance to pay an additional Mail postage (Foreign orders will require additional postage) and to remit full payment within 10 days after notification from the seller. PLEASE ALLOW 10 TO 14 DAYS FOR DELIVERY. California residents must add an additional 8.5% for state sales taxes. Be sure to click on "View Seller's Other products" for more great items like this! Powered by eCRATER . 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