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brooklyn bridge from the studio of BLU. NYC 2010
Auguste Rodin, The Thinker, 1879-89. Bronze, 27½ in. (69.8 cm) high. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (Gift of Thomas F. Ryan, 1910).
Peter Sellers as Inspector Jacques Clouseau in The Pink Panther (1963, dir. Blake Edwards)
“When I was making The Pink Panther and playing the accident-prone Inspector Clouseau for the first time, I remembered the loss of my virginity and the embarrassment I’d suffered struggling out of my nightwear so that I could get on with satisfying my barely containable passion. It made a good gag and consolidated the conviction I had about Clouseau that, in all circumstances, whatever boob he’d made, the man must keep his dignity - which gave him a certain pathetic charm that the girls found seductive. It all went back to the frustrations I suffered as a result of a lack of priorities in love-making.”