Peter Sellers as the great inspector Clouseau. First there was Chaplin who was a genius in perfect comedy timing. No one ever was his equal until Peter Sellers. I have watched Pink Panther movies since I was little girl in the sixties. I still laugh but it's a bit before the stunt cause I know it's coming. So sad he didn't make more movies before his death. A great loss to true talent.
LESLIE PHILLIPS ~ Born: April 20, 1924 in Tottenham, London. Is an English comedy actor who appeared in 3 of the early Carry On films "Carry On Nurse" (1959) "Carry On Teacher" (1959) & "Carry On Constable" (1960). After which, he told Peter Rogers that he did not wish to do any more Carry Ons, though he did return for "Carry On Columbus" (1992). He was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 1998 Queen's Birthday Honours & was promoted to Commander (CBE) in 2008.
Captain George Mainwaring
Don't tell him, Pike!Captain Mainwaring George Mainwaring (pronounced "Man-er-ing", though Captain Square pronounces it as spelled: "Main-waring") was the Bank manager of Walmington-on-Sea. He later became the Captain of the Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard Platoon. 1 Biography 2 Personality 2.1 Snobbery 2.2 Leadership 2.3 Jingoism 2.4 Hypocrisy 2.5 Bravery and Motivation 2.6 Marriage 3 Catchphrases 4 Medals 5 Tributes 6 Notes 7 Gallery 8 References George Mainwaring was born in 1885 and was…
Sid James was a South African-born English actor and comedian. Appearing in British films from 1947, he was cast in numerous small and supporting roles into the 1960s. His profile was raised as Tony Hancock's co-star in Hancock's Half Hour, which ran on television from 1956 until 1960, and then he became known as a regular performer in the Carry On films, appearing in 19 films of the series with the top billing role in 17, in the other two he was cast below Frankie Howerd.