The Pink Panther is a chemist who has perfected a pink health drink. When the Pink Panther tries to promote his drink with a series of signs, each of them in pink writing, the starry dot ... See full summary »

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The Pink Panther is a chemist who has perfected a pink health drink. When the Pink Panther tries to promote his drink with a series of signs, each of them in pink writing, the starry dot atop the "i" in "pink" has a mind of its own and, to frustrate the Pink Panther, turns green and repeatedly squirts ugly, green fluid on the panther's fur. The Pink Panther is able to restore his fur's pink color by drinking some of his health drink. But the green dot persistently interferes with the panther's efforts to promote his pink drink. Infuriated, the panther tries to eradicate the green dot, only to find that the dot has a guardian - another green dot of a much larger size. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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27 March 2009 | by (The world of artists) – See all my reviews

"Pink Punch" is a quite inventive cartoon. Again, originality, imagination, creativity and comedy are main points in this. But this one, however, includes the audience's laughters (which can be heard when something funny happens) - like in classic TV series such as "Family Ties" and "Mr. Bean".

In this story, Pinky advertises his "Pink Punch" drink via numerous placards with naturally pink lettering. On the placard with the product's name, the dot above the "i" in "Pink" is an asterisk.

All the fun begins when the asterisk turns itself into green, which is followed by the audience's laughter. No matter how hard Pinky tries to change that, it just won't work. The asterisk is too stubborn to let itself get pink. He even torments Pinky by spitting green ink on him many times (which Pinky solves by drinking Pink Punch) and openly mocks him with these hilarious and awesome laughters.

Overall, a very nice cartoon. The only thing I don't like about it is the giant green asterisk because the idea of such thing is a bit ridiculous. Plus, it is so menacing that Pinky can never get rid of the small one.

Apart from that, it is a very enjoyable cartoon, with lots of fun, humor, simple but acceptable artwork and other main ingredients of classic cartoons.


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