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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Followed by Pink Trumpet (1978) See more »

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An example of a one-joke cartoon done well
19 September 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Fun stuff, if not among one of the best Pink Panther cartoons, and apart from having skates and has a more-of-the-same sort of premise. The animation is kept simple but has good detail and the colours are pretty. You don't expect the music to be any less than good, and it is good, in fact the music is great. It is jazzy and energetic and the theme tune still has its timeless value. There is nothing extraordinary or creative about the gags, that doesn't matter so much because they're still well-timed and funny. It's also very one-joke stuff but it's executed well. The accidental painting of the white lines and Pinky's escape from the train in the subway were agreed particularly good. The ending is funny too. Pinky is still of great likability, charm and coolness as a character, carrying the cartoon with no problems at all. All in all, very good and fun, one-joke cartoons don't always work but Tickled Pink did. 8/10 Bethany Cox


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