Blake Edwards (William Blake Crump July 26, 1922 – December 15, 2010) was an American film director, screenwriter and producer.
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... produced by the Mirisch Corporation, Peter Sellers, Blake Edwards and Henry Mancini were not involved in the making of this film ... that of Peter Sellers as Clouseau, along with Edwards, Mancini, Dreyfus and Cato ... as a tribute to Sellers, but after its release Sellers's widow Lynne Frederick successfully sued Edwards and the studio for tarnishing her late husband's memory ...
... She begs Blake Edwards, the director, to let her have an ice cream, but he explains that it's Breakfast at Tiffany's, and nobody eats ice cream for breakfast ... Audrey protests that she does, and Blake negotiates by letting her have a pastry without powdered sugar ... Truman Capote, the writer, complains to Blake that he didn't want Audrey, that he wanted Marilyn Monroe, because she knew how to eat ...
... Blake Edwards had used one of two scripts that he and Frank Waldman had written for a proposed "Pink Panther" TV series as the basis for that film ... The relationship between Sellers and Blake Edwards, never very good, had seriously deteriorated by the time Strikes Again was filmed ... Sellers was physically in bad shape, and Edwards says of the actor's mental state "If you went to an asylum and you described the first inmate you saw, that's what ...
... (one episode) Son of the Pink Panther (1993, directed by Blake Edwards).. ... as Yussa Sunset (1988, directed by Blake Edwards).. ... as Victoria That's Life (1986, directed by Blake Edwards).. ...
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“Being thrown out of this place is significantly better than being thrown out of a leper colony.”
—Blake Edwards (b. 1922)
“The Queen has lands and gold, Mother
The Queen has lands and gold,
While you are forced to your empty breast
A skeleton Babe to hold”
—Amelia Edwards (18311892)
“Whateer is Born of Mortal Birth
Must be consumed with the Earth”
—William Blake (17571827)