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The Pink Panther General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children. A PG film should not unsettle a child aged around eight or older. Unaccompanied children of any age may watch, but parents are advised to consider whether the content may upset younger, or more sensitive, children.

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The Pink Panther

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Starring

Actor
Character
Clouseau
Jean Reno
Ponton
Emily Mortimer
Nicole
Henry Czerny
Yuri
Kristin Chenoweth
Cherie
Roger Rees
Raymond Larocque
Philip Goodwin
Deputy Chief Renard
Henri Garcin
President
William Abadie
Bizu
Daniel Sauli
Music Producer
Jean Dell
Justice Minister Clochard
Anna Katarina
Agent Corbeille
Nick Toren
Agent Savard
Sally Leung Bayer
Yu / Chinese Woman
Charlotte Maier
Dialect Instructor
Stephane Boucher
Security Agent
Radu Spinghel
Huang
Scott Adkins
Jacquard
Yan-Sang Roussel
Dr. Pang
Boris McGiver
Vainqueur
Stephen Rowe
Black Market Jeweler
Alice Taglioni
Female Reporter
Gregory Salata
Security Chief
Stefan Elbaum
Male Reporter
Charley Fouquet
Palais Reporter
Robbie Nock
TV News Anchor
John Cenatiempo
Thug in Alley
Chuck Jeffreys
Thug in Alley
Aaron Vexler
Thug in Alley
Andrew Tarbet
TSA Agent
Dexter Bell
Terry Ahkee-Sauce
Kristi Angus
Mysterious Woman
Stephen Park
Palace Guard
Aaron Pearl
K9 Guard
Sean Tyson
National Guard
Chelah Horsdal
Security Guard
Lucas Tavernier
Street Reporter
Mareva Galanter
Street Reporter
Delphine Chaneac
Ticket Checker
Ralph Drischell
Wheelchair Guy
Chad Gabriel
Hotel Desk Clerk
Antoine Blanquefort
Ballroom Reporter
Yvonne Scio
Rick Jaeckel
Dealer
Za Kari A. Asher
Dancer
Renece Fincher
Dancer
Stewart Castledine
French Goalie
Davide Borella
Gas-Mask Bandit
Patrick Anderson
NYC Firefighter
Michael Arthur
Officer #1
Lorna Joan Barrie
Woman in customs line up
David Boston
Blackjack Dealer
Dominick Cicco
Pedestrian
Ty Copeman
Airline Pilot
Amir Darvish
Arab
Monty C. Floyd
Waldorf Door Man
Thomas Ho
Chinese Footballer
Arnaud Klein
Policeman
Paul Korda
Pierre Fuquette
Jacqueline Lovell
Waitress
Tyson Mao
Extra in Chinese Press Box
Chris T. Margaritis
Gambler
Susan McBrien
Strolling Pedestrian
John Molinelli
Overweight Man / Gambler
Eric Moreau
Republican Guard
Nigel Boswell / Agent 006
Colleen Pelletier
Passenger at JFK
Aleksandrs Petukhovs
Policeman
Americo Presciutti
Croupier
Marc Raco
Sneezing Man on Airplane
Sam Reich
Eurotrash
Marty Eli Schwartz
Maintenance
Kenny Shapiro
Kissing Couple in Airplane Bathroom
Yves Gluant
Mira Tzur
Escort
Alexander von Roon
French Townsman #1
Kenji Watanabe
Chinese Footballer
Kevin Watson
Plumber
Colleen Werthmann
Jane
Kyle Willshire
Man in Line for Bathroom on Airplane
Jadin Wong
Granny
Marc Yarrish
Inmate
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Year: 2006
 93 minutes (1 hrs 33 mins)
UK release date UK release: 17th March 2006
 BBFC Age Rating:  PG age rating
US release date US release: 10th February 2006
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£5,752,427
1155
The Pink Panther
1156


UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: PG
Genres
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 5

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
The Pink Panther
1N
£1,944,581
£1,944,581
3
£1,215,368
£3,628,334
5
£592,179
£4,615,039
9
£253,913
£5,279,240
12
£135,972
£5,752,427
Box Office Gross Flow
£
1.9M
1.2M
592.2K
253.9K
136K

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2006

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2006

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