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The Pink Panther gets a job as waiter in a Chinese restaurant, where the dinner orders are addressed to the chef by striking a gong in a certain way. The restaurant also owns a large collection of plates and glassware, tended by the little pointy-nosed man. The gong strikes repeatedly shatter the fragile plates and glasses, finally making the man so furious that he freaks out and heads to a tropical island, hoping to find some peace and quiet. Written by jan-wiberg <JanWibergE@netscape.net>

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20 October 1971 (USA)  »

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Pink Gong with the Wind  »

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Unique Pink Panther short!
4 October 2016 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

Pink Panther is hired as a waiter in a Chinese restaurant, where he takes the orders for each guest by hanging the gong each time, which signals each menu item. However, the pointy-nosed man somehow got the brilliant idea of opening a glass store right in the middle of the restaurant, between the dining room and kitchen. So, his glass objects breaks every time the gong is struck.

It's pretty funny seeing the Pink Panther wearing the traditional Chinese outfit, and bowing to his co-workers and customers when greeting them. We get to see the Pink Panther in his classic wise and clever self.

Not much action here except a lot of gong striking, but it's clever and uniquely done cartoon.

Grade B+


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