I was very sad to hear that writer/director Blake Edwards died yesterday at age 88. He leaves behind his wife, Julie Andrews, and an extraordinary varied body of work. Even his sharpest satires had a glossy sheen of elegance and wit. And even his wildest comedies had a glow of warmth that came from the heart. His films include: “The Pink Panther,” “Days of Wine and Roses,” “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” “The Great Race,” and “Victor/Victoria,” which starred Andrews.