Henry Mancini - Blake Edwards' The Return Of The Pink Panther album flac
Title: Blake Edwards' The Return Of The Pink Panther
MP3 album: 1257 mb
FLAC album: 1952 mb
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Genre: Screen and stage
Music By – Henry Mancini. Producer – Joe Reisman. Producer – Tony Adams. Film mix by John Richards at The Music Centre, Wembley. Album mixed at RCA's Music Centre of The World, Hollywood. Outras versões (5 de 28) Ver tudo.
Lista de faixas Ocultar Créditos. A1. The Pink Panther Theme. Soloist, Tenor Saxophone – Tony Coe. 3:03. A2. The Greatest Gift (Instrumental). Soloist, Piano – Henry Mancini.
In the early 1970s, Blake Edwards wrote a 15-20 page outline for another Pink Panther film and presented it to series producer Walter Mirisch . But in its vigorous and bulls-eye way 'The Return of the Pink Panther' is a cheerful escape from all the things that ail u. Gary Arnold of The Washington Post called it "a frequently hilarious and generally satisfying return to comic form on the part of Peter Sellers, recreating the role of the hapless but dogged French sleuth.
Henry Mancini & His Orchestra – Dreamy (from Blake Edwards' The Return O. :09. Henry Mancini – Return Of The Pink Panther (Parts I & 2). 1:59. Henry Mancini & His Orchestra – It Had Better Be Tonight (Vocal). Henry Mancini - 1978 - Revenge of the Pink Panther 2012, Quartet – Thar She Blows. Henry Mancini and His Orchestra – The Pink Panther Theme. Henry Mancini - 1978 - Revenge of the Pink Panther 2012, Quartet – Simone. Henry Mancini – The Pink Panther Theme.
The Pink Panther Theme. Hal David, Henry Mancini. 2. The Greatest Gift. 3. Here's Looking at You, Kid. 6. The Return of the Pink Panther, Pts. 1 & 2.
Henry Mancini & his Orchestra. The Greatest Gift (from Blake Edwards' The Return Of The Pink Panther, a Jewel Productions Limited/Pimlico Films Limited Production for ITC, a United Artists Release). Mais ouvidas de Henry Mancini & His Orchestra. 01 Theme from "A Fistful of Dollars". 02 Blues For Mother's.
The Pink Panther is a British-American media franchise primarily focusing on a series of comedy-mystery films featuring an inept French police detective, Inspector Jacques Clouseau. The franchise began with the release of the classic Pink Panther film in 1963. The role of Clouseau was originated by and is most closely associated with Peter Sellers. Most of the films were written and directed by Blake Edwards, with theme music composed by Henry Mancini. Elements and characters inspired by the films were adapted into other media, including books, comic books and animated series.