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30 Movie Police Chiefs More Furious Than You Can Possibly Imagine
The crotchety cops who rock our world

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A Shot In The Dark (1964)

Angry chief: Commissioner Dreyfus (Herbert Lom)
Angriest quote: “Mistake... in a nudist camp? Idiot! Nincompoop! Lunatic!”
Anger level: “Furieux!”
Possible HR issues: Shoots a subordinate, regularly self-harms and plots to kill one of his staff. So, plenty.
Health problems? Severed thumb. Oh, and he’s completely unhinged. The two may not be unrelated.
Badge and/or gun taken? If Clouseau had a gun and Dreyfus took it, he’d shoot him with it.

Bearing in mind that Herbert Lom’s bipolar police commissioner, Dreyfus, has another five films of Clouseau chaos to endure, he should probably pace himself a little better than this. The white squall of unadulterated fury he unleashes upon Peter Sellers’ hapless detective is matched only by the grudging respect he feels for the sheer scale of destruction wrecked by Clouseau. “Give me ten men like Clouseau and I could destroy the world,” he claims with a maniacal cackle. Thank goodness – for all our sakes – that there’s only one Clouseau.
 

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