Blake Edward’s Obituary


Blake Edwards dies at 88; ‘Pink Panther’ director was master of slapstick comedy



Writer-director Blake Edwards was also known for his legendary disputes with studio chiefs, inspiring his Hollywood satire ‘S.O.B.’ He collaborated in film with his wife, Julie Andrews, and his movie ’10’ was a cinematic sensation in the 1970s.


Dennis McLellan,
Los Angeles Times
December 16, 2010


Blake Edwards, a writer-director whose “Pink Panther” comedies with Peter Sellers earned him a reputation as a master of sophisticated slapstick comedy and whose legendary disputes with studio chiefs inspired his scathing Hollywood satire “S.O.B.,” has died. He was 88.


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One Response to “Blake Edward’s Obituary”

  1. Cate Larsen says:

    I just want Blake Edwards’ family to know that I (among many) think he was one of the most brilliant directors on the planet. I wish I could have thanked him in person for making a difference in this world and adding so much to the quality of my life.

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