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Pinkfinger (1965)

Approved  |   |  Animation, Short, Comedy  |  13 May 1965 (USA)
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An English voice talks to the Pink Panther, who is reading a book about secret agents, and suggests to the panther that he become an agent. Intrigued at this idea, the Pink Panther dons a ... See full summary »

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An English voice talks to the Pink Panther, who is reading a book about secret agents, and suggests to the panther that he become an agent. Intrigued at this idea, the Pink Panther dons a trench coat, hat, and pipe and walks nonchalantly on city streets, looking for enemy spies. He comes upon a gang of foreign agents scheming to detonate a series of black-ball bombs, and when they realize he is following them, they shoot him with guns, lure him into a crocodile trap, and, under cover of darkness aboard a train, replace his cigarette with a bomb. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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17 March 2005 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

The Pink Panther reads a book called 'Secret Agent' and fancies himself as a bit of a Spy. Luckily for him an offscreen narrator informs him of a gaggle of Ruskie spies conspiring in a building a few yards away. Pinky now takes it upon himself to see what they're up to. Cue sight gags and mishaps as nothing Pinky seems to try works and he'll end up with his fur blown off or something.

It's all funny and director Hawley Pratt and producer Friz Freleng use their Looney Tunes experience to bring a familiar sense of anarchy to some of the gags. But don't ask me to explain that last joke, coz I just don't get it.


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