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Put-Put, Pink (1968)

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The Pink Panther wants to go on a ride with his self-built motorcycle, but it starts driving backwards at a frightening speed, and a policeman tries in vain to catch him for speeding. The ... See full summary »

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The Pink Panther wants to go on a ride with his self-built motorcycle, but it starts driving backwards at a frightening speed, and a policeman tries in vain to catch him for speeding. The panther builds another motorcycle, which splits in two in the midst of the ride, and the other half continues its way. When the panther rides his next vehicle, made out of bed frame bars, he gets caught by the policeman and sent to prison. Written by jan-wiberg <JanWibergE@netscape.net>

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Building motorcycles with Pinky
16 August 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Even when the Pink Panther series wasn't at its best, there was still enough to be entertained by. Put-Put, Pink doesn't see the series or Pinky at their best, even then though it's still quite good. The story does have a sense of fun and doesn't make the mistake of being dull but structurally and narratively there isn't a huge amount to it and it is rather routine. The animation quality has also been better, the style is still simple(not a problem, the simplicity has always been part of the series' charm) but with a lack of elegance in the drawings and the colours are not as vibrant. The music is outstanding though, very easy to remember and adds a lot of character and upbeat jazzy style. And the theme tune is one that you can not tire of even after hearing it umpteen times. The gags are mostly amusing more than they are laugh-out-loud hilarious, but none of them fall into the unfunny category. Faring best is the ending and the one with the third motorcycle. Pinky is cool, fun and likable still as a character though his antics are also inept, in an appealing way though. The motorcycle cop is a great supporting character, one that brings some good comedy and also a character that you feel some empathy for. To conclude, a quite good cartoon from the Pink Panther series but there's been better before Put-Put, Pink and since. 7/10 Bethany Cox


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