Calamity results when the Pink Panther wishes for a pair of roller-skates and is granted his wish by his fairy godmother. The "enchanted" skates take the Pink Panther on an uncontrollable ... See full summary »

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Calamity results when the Pink Panther wishes for a pair of roller-skates and is granted his wish by his fairy godmother. The "enchanted" skates take the Pink Panther on an uncontrollable junket through a city. He smashes repeatedly through huge windows being unloaded by moving men, knocks over a painter's ladder, tracks through the paint, and puts double lines on a road- and off the road- for cars to follow. He collides with a brick wall, and still the skates won't stop. Every attempt by the panther to remove the troublesome skates fails, until his fairy godmother returns to grant two more wishes. The panther wishes for the removal of the skates, then for the skates to be placed on the fairy godmother's feet, sending her on a similarly uncontrolled and disastrous journey. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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The roller skates force both the Pink Panther and the fairy godmother to leave the city park, but they have left in opposite directions, yet they both end up in the same part of the city. See more »

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Really Enjoyed This One-Joke Wild Ride
6 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A Fast-Moving Cartoon.....Literally The Pink Panther idly watches kids go whizzing by on roller skates and thinks it looks like a fun thing to do. He shrugs his shoulders and walks away but instantly his "fairy godmother" appears and offers him three wishes. Basically, until the end, he gives him just one - his first wish which is, of course, some roller skates. Unfortunately for the Panther, these skates not only go off on their own but they're are fast and don't come off!

So, what we get is one mishap after another as the Panther zooms around town, in the country and back in the city. Along the way we get some very good sight gags. I especially laughed at him accidentally painting the white lines in middle of the road, his escape from the subway train and the car assembly line.

I know it's only a one-joke episode, but I thought that one joke was pretty darned good: clever in parts and very, very entertaining. That includes the ending in which we see the Panther's final two wishes, and justice prevails, big-time. Good stuff!


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