The Pink Panther, seeking nightly shelter from a storm, comes upon a Western frontier ghost town called Dead Dog, and the one hotel in the town is haunted. While trying to stay the night at... See full summary »

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The Pink Panther, seeking nightly shelter from a storm, comes upon a Western frontier ghost town called Dead Dog, and the one hotel in the town is haunted. While trying to stay the night at the Dead Dog Hotel, the panther is accosted by a two-eyed, chair-covering sheet, which is an unfriendly ghost. A moving skeleton crawls into the Pink Panther's bed and scares the panther, who does battle against ghost and skeleton by hitting both with a stick. The ghost dons a six-gun belt and pursues the panther into a wine cellar, where the panther pickles the ghost in a wine keg. The drunken ghost is then inflated like a balloon by the Pink Panther and burst, becoming a group of little specters that join the skeleton in pursuing the Pink Panther. The resulting noise prompts the town sheriff to arrest the Pink Panther and his supernatural foes- until sunrise causes ghosts, skeleton, sheriff, and whole town to vanish. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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11 January 1967 (USA)  »

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Spooky Pink
9 March 2006 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

Caught in a rainstorm out in the desert (that cat sure does get around doesn't he) the Pink Panther takes shelter in an old hotel in a ghost town. But the ghouls ain't gonna make it an easy night for him and play loads of amusing pranks.

Initially, Pinky is oblivious to the hauntings but when he sees the skeleton on his bed a madcap chase around the hotel begins. There's a lot of visual humor in this cartoon and it's a bit more vividly drawn than the minimalist nature of most Pink Panther shorts, which adds to the atmosphere of the ghost town. It's a shame to see Pinky constantly victimized wherever he goes. But he manages to take it with coolness.


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