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The Pink Panther, reading a super-hero comic, fancies himself becoming a cape-and-tights-garbed crusader and takes the essential garments from a clothesline to become Super-Pink! Super-Pink's well-intentioned efforts to help an elderly lady only result in calamity. While trying to rescue the lady's cat from a tree, Super-Pink chainsaws through the tree trunk, and the falling tree demolishes the lady's house. His attempt to save her from tripping over a lump in the carpet outside of a supermarket by pulling the lump out of the carpet causes the entire carpet to shift position, and the lady falls, dropping all of her groceries. When Super-Pink comes to aid the lady on a steep road by replacing her flat front tire, he jack-lifts the car's front and releases it to careen down a hill and into the path of a train. The battered and bruised lady goes to a phone booth and turns into a super-woman to attack the troublesome panther with an uprooted traffic light. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane?
4 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

No, it's a large, anthropomorphic pink cat.

The Pink Panther is sitting in hammock reading a super-hero comic-book and wishes to be one himself. He nicks a pink cape from a nearby washing-line ands sets about rescuing and helping people in need. Only he's really, really bad at it and would be better off not interfering with them at all as pain and suffering are about the only things he's good for.

Some of the visual gags are funny and each bad situation as a fair amount of invention to it. It adds up to an above average cartoon and no matter what he does, Pinky is my hero.


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