The Pink Panther relentlessly replaces the yellow posies planted by a little, pointy-nosed man with pink ones, raising the little man's ire as he speedily attempts in vain to mow down the ... See full summary »

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The Pink Panther relentlessly replaces the yellow posies planted by a little, pointy-nosed man with pink ones, raising the little man's ire as he speedily attempts in vain to mow down the panther's pink flowers. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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Pinky and the exchanging of posies
25 June 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

On the most part The Pink Panther cartoons have held up really well, and Pink Posies is in the better end of the spectrum. The story isn't the most original, it is a concept that is fairly similar to what we've seen before with Pinky, but you don't mind really when the cartoon overall is as entertaining as it is. The animation is kept simply, but still carefully drawn and elegantly coloured. The music is similarly great, the accompanying music is very jazzy and upbeat, adding a lot to the gags and story. And the theme song is still catchy and hasn't aged or annoyed a jot. The gags revolve around one joke/plot device(exchanging posies from one colour to the next), but this is hardly a problem, quite the contrary, especially when they are this funny and so cleverly timed. Pinky is very easy to love here and always, he is fun and cool(always was part of his appeal), and has a scenario that serves his talents well. The pointy-nosed man is a very convincing foil and you kind of feel for him.

All in all, entertaining, clever and well drawn, maybe not original but another Pinky delight. 9/10 Bethany Cox


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