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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14 April 1968 (USA)  »

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Puttered Around Until The End
29 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Pink Panther looks pleased as he exits his workshop, putting the finishing touches on his put-put motor scooter, which looks almost like a motorcycle but a lot cheaper, more like a motorized bicycle. Anyway, he starts it up and winds up going backwards. That ride includes running over a billboard in which a cop was hiding.

The rest of the cartoon is more of the same: showing the Panther unable to ride this bike, and several more he constructs after the first is demolished, and the poor motorcycle cop who seems to be the victim of the Panther's mechanical ineptitude building motorbikes. The third bike

  • made from a radiator - is by far the funniest and it leads to a good


ending, too.

Overall, it's mildly amusing and elevated by the last two gags.


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