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Pink, Plunk, Plink (1966)

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The Pink Panther is an amateur violinist who wants to play in the orchestra at a concert but is forcefully removed from the concert hall. The sly panther sneaks into the hall and secrets ... See full summary »

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The Pink Panther is an amateur violinist who wants to play in the orchestra at a concert but is forcefully removed from the concert hall. The sly panther sneaks into the hall and secrets himself in the orchestra. A diminutive, short-tempered conductor tries to direct the orchestra in performing Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, but the Pink Panther keeps injecting his own theme into the music, first with his violin, then with a horn and a trumpet, enraging the conductor. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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25 May 1966 (USA)  »

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Unique Ending Helps Save Mediocre Effort
2 June 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Our boy is obviously trying to become a great violinist, as we see pages of instructions and lessons littered on his floor. After a few notes, we can tell he is anything but ready. Nonetheless, he packs his violin and heads out to a concert hall (which looks like Albert Hall in London), where he promptly gets booted out. Later, however, when the real concert starts, featuring Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, the Panther sneaks back inside and sets himself up in the orchestra! (What happened to the Security?)

Most of the "story" is simply the Pink Panther playing different instruments and tormenting this temperamental conductor during the concert. You couldn't root for either party as the PP had no business there and the conductor was an idiot. Although certainly not boring, I found very little funny in this cartoon but the last minute was "cute" and one of the most unique endings in this series.


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