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Slink Pink (1969)

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A homeless Pink Panther, seeking shelter on a bitterly cold night, sneaks through a window into the cozy, warm living room of a diminutive, excitable game hunter, whose stuffed animal-head ... See full summary »

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A homeless Pink Panther, seeking shelter on a bitterly cold night, sneaks through a window into the cozy, warm living room of a diminutive, excitable game hunter, whose stuffed animal-head trophies adorn the walls of his abode. The Pink Panther's mooching presence in the house never arouses the hunter's suspicion that there is an unwelcome guest, but the hunter's dog knows about the Pink Panther's intrusion and repeatedly tries to alert its master. The Pink Panther replaces the stuffed body of a Ugandan panther with himself in a still pose and doesn't blink when the man repeatedly whacks him with a stick to show to his dog that the panther is dead and stuffed, and when the man leaves the room and the dog remains, the Pink Panther hits the dog with the stick. Every time the dog tries to retaliate against the Pink Panther, the Pink Panther has moved and the man has taken his place, in the bathtub, in a chair, and in bed, and thus receives the brunt of the dog's attacks. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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Pinky, the hunter and his dog in another Pink Panther gem
26 October 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Slink Pink and the three Pink Panther cartoons from 1969 before it are all excellent and among the better Pink Panther cartoons in general. The animation is still in the charming simple drawing style the Pink Panther cartoons are mostly drawn in, while still drawn elegantly with pretty colours. The music fits with the action without much fault and the slinky jazziness of it is most appealing. The theme tune of course is a classic, and hasn't gotten old. The gags are hilarious and are beautifully matched by the visuals and music. The part where the dog attacks his owner thinking it's Pinky and then tries to make it up to him is the best part. The story is one of the cleverest and most original of any of the stories for the Pink Panther cartoons, and all the way through it has a lot of energy. Pinky has great comic timing and hasn't lost any of his coolness or likability. The dog is a funny foil and you do feel sorry for him. His owner the hunter is Slink Pink's weakest character in comparison to Pinky and the dog, his role really is to punish the dog for every time the dog tries to warn him, the thing is though it is something he does do well without being too brutal. To sum up, Slink Pink is a gem, one of the funniest and cleverest Pinky cartoons and one of the better ones too. 10/10 Bethany Cox


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