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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... 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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Ghostly antics with The Pink Panther
18 June 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The Pink Panther cartoons were part of my childhood, and I am still fond of most of them. Pink Panic is for me one of his better ones, if not one of his absolute best. The animation is a little more detailed and vivid than the usual elegant if relatively simple animation seen usually, which considering the story was a good move. The music is still jazzy and infectious yet also with an eerie tone that matches perfectly with Pink Panic's mood. The visual gags are plentiful and manage to be very clever and funny. The vibrant pacing, spooky atmosphere and cool Pink Panther spirit is also things to like about Pink Panic. Pinky is still a hugely likable character, still managing to be cool, smart, cute and funny, and I did also feel kind of sorry for him here. The story is quite oddball but still with the Pink Panther spirit, and the ending was a really nice surprise, not being too rushed or abrupt at all. To conclude, a spooky yet still clever and entertaining cartoon, Pinky fans won't be disappointed. 9/10 Bethany Cox


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