The Pink Panther had a little lamb, whose fleece was white as snow, and wherever the lamb went to graze, the panther had to go. The panther and his lamb cross a boundary into Cattle County,... See full summary »

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The Pink Panther had a little lamb, whose fleece was white as snow, and wherever the lamb went to graze, the panther had to go. The panther and his lamb cross a boundary into Cattle County, Texas, and when the lamb begins eating the grass of a hot-headed Texan rancher, the Pink Panther must defend himself and his lamb from the Texan's wrath. The panther plants stakes and builds a fence around his lamb's grazing territory, and the Texan, rapidly riding a horse, pounds the stakes - and the Pink Panther - almost entirely into the ground. Undaunted, the Pink Panther establishes his own ranch, and the Texan tries to flatten panther and lamb with a huge, rolling stone, which the Pink Panther guides through a barn so that it hits a tree branch which recoils it on top of the Texan. The Texan telegrams some hired gunslingers, asking them to eliminate someone who is pink, and when a bucket of the Pink Panther's pink paint falls onto the Texan, rendering him pink, the gunslingers arrive and ... Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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2 October 1968 (USA)  »

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Colourful and very funny
17 September 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Even if it is rather predictable, Little Beaux Pink is still one of the better 1968 Pink Panther cartoons. It's very colourful to look at, both rustic and elegant as well as crisply if simply drawn. The music doesn't disappoint at all, the scoring accompanying the action is catchy and jazzy while the theme tune for one heard umpteen times is still an un-annoying classic. Little Beaux Pink isn't just one of the best 1968 Pink Panther cartoons, it's also one of the funniest. The fence wire gag is hilarious, and the ending(one of the better and funnier endings of any Pink Panther cartoon from 1968) likewise. Pinky succeeds as ever being funny and cool, and the supporting characters especially the cattleman support him beautifully. All in all, colourful and very funny if predictable somewhat, if you are a Pink Panther fan Little Beaux Pink will not disappoint. 9/10 Bethany Cox


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