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The Pink Panther: Voyeristic Pleasures In a Gem of a Trailer (Part II)

As promised at the end of my last post, an attempt to answer the critical question: Who do the trailermakers think they’re addressing and what is it they think we want from our entertainment?. First, we notice that the trailer … Continue reading

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The Pink Panther: Voyeuristic Pleasures in a Gem of a Trailer (Part I)

Blake Edward’s 1963 comic masterpiece the Pink Panther has a wonderful trailer, including special “shoot” material from Friz Freleng and music by Henry Mancini. The 3:30 minute preview displays innovations typical of the early contemporary period, while retaining a savor … Continue reading

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