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Pink Is a Many Splintered Thing (1968)

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20 November 1968 (USA)  »

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La pantera rosa es una cosa esplendorosa  »

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He's Not Exactly Paul Bunyan
12 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Our boy (The Pink Panther) is out in the forest wearing a strange outfit: some bowler-type hat, collar with bow tie and lumberjack boots. When he comes to a cabin advertising: "Wanted: Lumberjack," he applies and immediately an ax. That's not a good idea. You just know that the Pink Panther with an ax in his hand means some bad things are going to happen.

Actually, most of the bad things happen are to the Panther. Usually other people suffer but not here. The PP has trouble right off the bat, not being able to dent this big redwood-type tree. He spots a smaller one but as soon as he gives it a whack, a swarm of very talented bees goes after him. The bees are very inventive in what they can do, and there are some pretty funny sight gags with them. Then, the foreman comes out, does his "timber" routine but yells each time AFTER the tree has either smashed the ground or the Panther.

The ending to this cartoon is a little strange and not quite what I expected. Without spoiling things, I expected the ending to be some confrontation with that foreman. Still, an entertaining cartoon and fun to watch. It's nicely drawn, too.


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