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Congratulations It's Pink (1967)

In a National Park, the Pink Panther is a pan handler who finds a baby left behind by some hurried campers. He must find a way of returning the infant to its family, and in the meantime he ... See full summary »

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In a National Park, the Pink Panther is a pan handler who finds a baby left behind by some hurried campers. He must find a way of returning the infant to its family, and in the meantime he must take care of the kid, who keeps crawling into trouble. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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27 October 1967 (USA)  »

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Pinky demonstrating his parenting skills
22 July 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

With the Pink Panther cartoons, there are a number of great ones, most are solid and entertaining and some of the later ones weren't quite as good. Congratulations Pink Panther falls into the solid and entertaining camp, though the story is silly, can fall into predictable territory and it's not always credible. The animation is elegant and colourful, done in that very traditional simple style that is always charming to watch. The music is upbeat and stays in your head at least. And for a theme tune so well-known and iconic, the theme tune is still as infectious as ever. The gags are very funny and show some imagination, the gag with the rattlesnake was particularly noteworthy. Pinky always has been a very likable character, very cool and naturally funny, if you like that about it you'll not be disappointed at all in Congratulations Pink Panther. He does work slightly better when he has a foil and when he's doing the outsmarting, but you can relate to him still here when he makes mistakes trying to do the right thing. Plus it is a subject that anybody especially parents can relate with equally, and admire Pinky for the effort he makes. The baby is cute too.

In conclusion, an entertaining Pink Panther cartoon. 8/10 Bethany Cox


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