The Pink Panther arrives on his motorcycle at Bicep Beach, where a hulky, egotistical man is flexing his muscles for a group of bathing beauties. Using his bag-full of inflatable items, including muscles, weights, a swimming pool, waterskis, and balloon animals, the Pink Panther diverts the beauties' attention away from the muscleman, who angrily tries to regain his dominant-guy-on-the-beach status. Written by
Kevin McCorry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A somewhat routine set-up but still very entertaining all the same. The gags are very well done and well-timed, though a couple are on the familiar side. The first two minutes and the ending fare the best. Come On In, the Water's Pink- just love the title, one of the most imaginatively worded titles of any Pink Panther cartoon- moves very quickly, so while what happens is not much of a surprise it still engages. The animation is lusciously coloured and clearly drawn with a lot of care, most notable is how the beach is animated, definitely the sort of beach that you would love to spend the day at. The music still has its appealing style with catchy orchestration and a timelessly infectious theme tune. The characters work very well together, Pinky carries the cartoon with no problem at all- very funny, likable and the epitome of cool- and the Muscle man is a good foil. In conclusion, not one of the best but very good stuff. Worth checking out definitely. 8/10 Bethany Cox
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