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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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Two Stories In One - And Both Very Strange
26 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Where else but a cartoon can you see a worm, that is about to be used as bait standing on the hook wearing a pair of swim goggles, or see a crab open up and have an artillery gun inside blasting away at you?

This was a strange cartoon. The Pink Panther buys a half-dozen worms and goes fishing. One of the worms is not your normal ones, and one of the little green critters doesn't want any part of being on the end of a hook. He tries to escape but the Pink Panther threatens him with a gun, so he squiggles back into the can!

The next few minutes feature this amazing worm at work, underwater, on shore, in the boat, etc, mostly trying to sabotage the Panther's fishing exploits. It was pretty clever, and certainly different.

Then, the last half of the cartoon deals with a strange crab and his battle against the PP. What happened to the worm? This is like two stories in one.

Note: this cartoon obviously was filmed in widescreen but was not presented as such. It's obvious because early on is a sign on the wall and it's cut in half. You can barely make it out. Later, we miss other parts of this because the screen has cut them out. This is inexcusable and this DVD should have provided us a look at the whole cartoon visuals, not just 60 percent of it.


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