The Party

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Time Out says

Sellers gets to do his funny accent as an accident-prone Indian actor brought to Hollywood, fired for inadvertently sabotaging the movie (a briefly hilarious parody of Gunga Din), and invited in error to a posh party at the studio chief's home. From there on, Blake Edwards flexes his Jacques Tati muscles, spinning an elaborate garland of gags around one rather drawn-out situation as Sellers - seconded by a drunken waiter and a baby elephant - innocently reduces the party by degrees to an apocalyptic shambles and his hosts to gibbering wrecks. Quite a few very funny moments, but one doesn't laugh so much as admire the ingenuity.
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Cast and crew

Cast:

Peter Sellers, Claudine Longet, J Edward McKinley, Marge Champion, Fay McKenzie

Cinematography:

Lucien Ballard

Screenwriter:

Blake Edwards, Tom Waldman, Frank Waldman

Director:

Blake Edwards

Editor:

Ralph E Winters

Music:

Henry Mancini

Producer:

Blake Edwards

Production Designer:

Fernando Carrere

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