Flying economy class, the Pink Panther is parachuted into the Arctic, where he befriends a lonely seal pup. The young seal doesn't want the Pink Panther to leave him and cries tears that ... See full summary »

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Flying economy class, the Pink Panther is parachuted into the Arctic, where he befriends a lonely seal pup. The young seal doesn't want the Pink Panther to leave him and cries tears that freeze into ice cubes. So, the compassionate Pink Panther stays, to find that he must defend the seal from a trapper. The ensuing conflict awakens and angers a hibernating polar bear! Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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28 August 1971 (USA)  »

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Travesuras color de rosa  »

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More Sentimental Than Funny
17 June 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Panther is in a big jet, traveling to Rome when the "fasten seat belts" sign changes to "arrivederci" and our guy is dumped from the plane! At least his seat has a parachute and he lands in Alaska, two miles from Nome, with nothing but ice and water around him.

This turns out to be more of a "cute" than funny episode as a little seal becomes attached to the Panther, and follows him. The PP tells him to go home and the little pup is heartbroken. However, when a hunter comes by, our hero goes back and saves the little guy. Then a bear confronts the PP.....on and on with those four characters, this being more of a sentimental story of the Panther and the Little Pup than the normal comedy fare.

It isn't boring, though, and it's a nice story but not what Pink Panther fans, I assume, are expecting. I am not complaining; nothing wrong with sentimentality.


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