The Pink Panther decides to become a matador and to this purpose confiscates a magician's cape. The panther enters a bullfight ring with the magical cape, and the bull is thwarted not by ... See full summary »
The Pink Panther decides to become a matador and to this purpose confiscates a magician's cape. The panther enters a bullfight ring with the magical cape, and the bull is thwarted not by the panther's bullfighting prowess but by the cape's trickery, in that it deposits flowers onto the bull's horns and produces a foul-tempered, kicking rabbit that angers the bull into running through the cape and being split into two halves. Written by
Kevin McCorry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Original Or Not, It's Still Pretty Funny, And That's No Bull
Our Panther sees a bunch of posters promoting a bullfighter in Mexico City and suddenly imagines himself as a great toreador. After stealing a cape off a magician, we suddenly see the PP at a stadium for "amateur bullfights" day in which the one survivor of four candidates will win a big prize.
We only see one matador - the Pink Panther, but it is an extremely entertaining affair. Our boy has a contest with a huge and terrifying bull. Since the cape is from a magician, you see some very weird things happen every time the bull passes through the cape. This was fun, and original material. (At least I thought it was original until I read another review here.)
Anway, it was original for me and it was interesting to see what strange thing was going to happen next. The bull was drawn well and made me laugh just looking at it. The ending with the bees was a bit weak, however.
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