Seeking winter shelter, the Pink Panther enters Zammo the Great's house while the magician is away, and the panther discovers a mischievous rabbit that leads him through a series of ...
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Seeking winter shelter, the Pink Panther enters Zammo the Great's house while the magician is away, and the panther discovers a mischievous rabbit that leads him through a series of phantasmagorical phenomena, including a mobile door with stairs that change from ascending to descending, depending on what position the door is at in relation to the floor, a tilted will picture that, when straightened, causes the whole house to tilt, a deceptive, two-way mirror, and a subjective, psychedelic hole in the floor. Written by
Kevin McCorry <email@example.com>
This is REALLY wild, one of those cartoons you wonder if someone, especially back in the late '60s, wasn't on drugs when he came up with these bizarre visuals. Being someone who appreciates great visuals and funny effects, this cartoon stunned me in spots, it being so outrageous.
We see a very well-drawn mansion and inside, apparently, dwells a magician. He leaves the house. The PP is outside with his earmuffs and freezing in the snow. That gives him the excuse and open up and window and jump into the man's house, to warm himself by the fireplace. That's when utterly crazy things begin to happen.
We see things like (1) a fireplace disappearing; (2) a top hat following the Panther wherever he walks; (3) a mirror which shows people walking in opposite directions at the same time; (4) a television set in which the drama on the tube suddenly becomes real-life; (5) a dinner that walks away from the plate; (6) trap doors and rugs and floors that are there one minute; gone the next, etc. etc.
And.....oh, yeah, there's a rabbit that keep appearing and kisses the Panther. It's all totally insane, like a Daffy Duck cartoon gone amok.
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