On a hunting vacation, Inspector Clouseau mistakenly keeps shooting a bad-tempered bear instead of the quail he's after which results in painful lessons learned by the Inspector.

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On vacation, Inspector Clouseau goes hunting quail in a forest, and his gun's shots keep hitting a bear trying to hibernate. The angered bear violently punishes Clouseau for his disturbances. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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Animation | Short

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26 April 1968 (USA)  »

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Man versus nature with nature winning
30 November 2000 | by (Tucson AZ) – See all my reviews

In this cartoon, Clouseau goes hunting and,given his innate ineptitude, does it badly. He keeps hitting the wrong target, primarily a bear trying to hibernate through winter. One's sympathies lie almost entirely with the bear, who, not unreasonably, just wants to be left alone. Things become increasingly painful (as well as visually comic) as a very well-spoken and articulate bear metes out punishment to Clouseau for disturbing his rest. The bear, having troubled no one, is most cetainly the aggrieved party her and it's difficult to feel much sympathy for Clouseau here. Bear in a landslide, no recount needed, winner and still champion. Recommended.


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