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Peter Sellers Collection - Pink Panther/What's New Pussycat?/The Party/Casino Royale/After The Fox/The World Of Henry Orient DVD Boxset £9.98 + Free Delivery @ Amazon
Peter Sellers Collection - Pink Panther/What's New Pussycat?/The Party/Casino Royale/After The Fox/The World Of Henry Orient DVD Boxset £9.98 + Free Delivery @ Amazon

Peter Sellers Collection - Pink Panther/What's New Pussycat?/The Party/Casino Royale/After The Fox/The World Of Henry Orient DVD Boxset £9.98 + Free Delivery @ Amazon

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Contains the Peter Sellers films PINK PANTHER (1964), WHAT'S NEW PUSSYCAT?, THE PARTY, CASINO ROYALE (1967), AFTER THE FOX, and THE WORLD OF HENRY ORIENT. In PINK PANTHER, Peter Sellers stars as the bungling Inspector Clouseau who is on the trail of a jewel thief. In WHAT'S NEW PUSSYCAT? a fashion editor is distracted by beautiful girls, but when he confesses to a mixed-up professor it gets worse! In THE PARTY, a bungling Indian actor's antics create havoc at a lavish showbiz party. CASINO ROYALE follows super-agent James Bond's plans for retirement. When he relinquishes his authority to his bungling nephew, the results are disastrous. In THE FOX, master criminal 'The Fox' escapes from an Italian jail, meets up with his friends and plans to capture a large shipment of gold. In THE WORLD OF HENRY ORIENT, pianist Henry Orient chases a married woman, Stella, all over New York City, pursued by adolescents Gil and Val. When Val's parents turn up the girls' friendship is put to the test.
Whats New Pussycat (Dir. Clive Donner, 1965): O'Toole stars as a fashion editor in Paris who is constantly surrounded by beautiful women - a leggy American stripper, a blonde daredevil and a neurotic nymphomaniac. The problem is that they all find him irresistable, which makes it almost impossible for O'Toole to settle down with his marriage-minded girlfriend. Woody Allen makes his film debut as O'Toole's sex-starved friend who would kill to have such problems! Peter Sellers, in a dazzlingly demented performance, plays a famed psychotherapist who is crazier than his patients. Combining satire, slapstick and good old-fashioned sex appeal, Woody Allen's wildly original script pokes fun at everything from Freud to Fellini, culminating in one of the most outrageous finales ever filmed!

The Party (Dir. Blake Edwards, 1968): Hollywood mogul Fred Clutterbuck isn't just giving a party, he's giving 'The Party'. Absolutely everyone who's anyone will be there: gorgeous models, ravishing starlets, powerful producers - even a baby elephant! And by mistaken invitation, accident-prone Indian actor Hrundi V. Bakshi (Peter Sellers) will be there, too. He wouldn't miss it for the world and if you enjoy side-splitting gags neither should you!

Casino Royale (Dir. Val Guest, 1967: Things are looking decidedly bleak for British Intelligence, in both senses of the term. SMERSH has begun to sabotage global stability, no less than 11 agents have been lost, and to make matters worse, our greatest secret agent 007 is languishing in stately retirement.

M - together with the heads of the CIA and KGB - have only one hope: to bring Sir James Bond (David Niven) out of retirement and into the field. Finding himself pitched against an opposition of fiendish intensity - an array of female secret agents armed with explosive grouse; a baccarat-playing illusionist (Orson Welles) and a neurotic megalomaniac (Woody Allen) - Bond launches his brilliant plan...

After the Fox (Dir. Vittorio De Sica, 1966): Millions of dollars worth of gold bullion is on its way from Cairo to an unknown Italian destination. There is only one criminal mastermind capable of stealing it: Aldo Vanucci (Peter Sellers), also known as "the Fox." Aldo devises the perfect plan to seize the gold: Posing as a flamboyant film director, he casts an aging, egotistical film star (Victor Mature) and his own voluptuous sister (Britt Ekland) in a fake film about a gold theft! But the action really heats up when the boat with the real gold arrives.

The World of Henry Orient (Dir. George Roy Hill, 1964): Two starry-eyed schoolgirls spy, stalk and scheme their way into the life of a concert pianist (Sellers) in this "wacky piece of inspired lunacy" (The Hollywood Reporter). With half of New York - including a bevy of befuddled cops and one man-hungry mom - in tow, these precocious teens do all they can to keep tabs on their harried hero, turning The World Of Henry Orient entirely upside down!

Pink Panther (Dir. Blake Edwards, 1963): When the famous Pink Panther diamond goes missing the bumbling Inspector Clouseau goes on the trail of notorious jewel thief The Phantom, but looks everywhere except in the right place!

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