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Reel Pink (1965)

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The Pink Panther goes out fishing and buys 6 worms from a stand. One worm, however, is reluctant to end up as bait, and tries to sabotage the panther's fishing trip by attaching the hook to... See full summary »

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The Pink Panther goes out fishing and buys 6 worms from a stand. One worm, however, is reluctant to end up as bait, and tries to sabotage the panther's fishing trip by attaching the hook to the motor propeller of a nearby boat, and later cutting off the wire to the motor in the panther's own boat. Finally, the panther has to fight an extremely vicious crab he has fished up from the water. Written by jan-wiberg <JanWibergE@netscape.net>

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One of Pinky's weakest and strangest
8 May 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

That is not to say that Reel Pink is a waste of time, because it isn't. The animation is colourful and elegant enough though simple. The music score's jazzy feel is very memorable and fits beautifully. It is clear also why the catchy theme tune is so iconic in animation even today too. And Pinky is still one cool and endearing character, also clever, though he has worked better in better-written scenarios. The worm is cute and is a good foil, the sequence where he is at work is the highlight of Reel Pink, sadly he just goes with no explanation. While I liked Pinky and the worm, the crab didn't really do much that was interesting and came and went out of nowhere, if I hadn't known that they were the adversaries I would have wondered what the point of it was. It doesn't help that the material isn't very funny, it is not really smart, thick-and-fast or laugh-a-minute, any amusing moment is occasional but much of it is silly and repetitive. The pacing feels both rushed(I did think that the cartoon was a little on the short side too) and because of the humour falling flat dull. And the story was strange to say the least, the two halves were completely different and un-related to one another and I couldn't really tell what the focus of it was supposed to be. All in all, not disastrous and has good things but strange and really not one of the Pink Panther's best. 5/10 Bethany Cox


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