PG | | Comedy, Crime
Charles Dreyfus encounters Jacques Gambrelli, who reminds him painfully of Inspector Clouseau, the man who drove him insane. With good reason: Gambrelli is Clouseau's son.
The name of the fishing boat was "Emeraude" of the Port of Nice whilst the name of the large leisure yacht cruiser was "Darnice III".
Hanif: Good, huh?
Yussa: Yes, she's good.
Hanif: As good as you?
Hanif: She was only showing how good she is.
Hans Zarba: I know how... good she is... or she wouldn't be with us.
Hans Zarba: Now, there's to be no fighting amongst us, understood?
When Jaques Gambrelli leaves the hospital, his bike has wet cement on the wheels. In the next scene, the wheels are clean, with no trace of cement.
The closing credits start with the Pink Panther walking across a still of Jacques Gambrelli. Suddenly the animated Gambrelli cuts away the head of live-action Gambrelli and pops out of the hole, dropping the head on the Panther; the enraged Panther chases him into fading blackness.
Italian prints (available on DVD in Italy) contains several alternate scenes, different camera angles and sound effects. This version runs at 86 minutes, seven minutes shorter of the U.S. cut. The alternate scenes are somewhat bawdy and make for a much funnier film:
$1,129,689 (USA) (27 August 1993)
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