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Pink Tuba-Dore (1971)

G  |   |  Animation, Short, Comedy  |  4 August 1971 (USA)
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In an Alpine community, a pointy-nosed, little man's incessant tuba-playing results in the entire community threatening to evict him. So, the man, accompanied by his dog, goes into the ... See full summary »

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In an Alpine community, a pointy-nosed, little man's incessant tuba-playing results in the entire community threatening to evict him. So, the man, accompanied by his dog, goes into the mountains to play the tuba in supposed seclusion. However, the tuba-playing disturbs the sleep of a tree-dwelling Pink Panther, who, unseen by the man, drops a potted plant, bubble gum, cement, and soap and water into the tuba, and the man, undaunted, persists in playing and blames his dog for these attempts to silence the tuba. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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While the man is driving his car up the hill, the dog's face is white but in the next shot the dog's face is back to brown. See more »

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Really could have done without the laughter track but very nicely done all the same
1 December 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Another Pink Panther cartoon that is still funny and holds up well. The drawing can look rushed in places and the cartoon really could have done without the laughter track, which didn't add anything and just came across as distracting instead. However, the colours are still very tasteful and the Alpine scenery looks great and serves as an authentic backdrop. All three characters are simply but nicely drawn. The music is very distinctive in style and you won't have much trouble remembering it, while the theme tune is a classic that doesn't get old. The gags are both clever and hilarious, the final gag especially and the visuals even have their quirks like the dog biting on the tuba mouthpiece and of course the dog's facial expressions. The story doesn't bring much surprising or new but the lively pacing and funny situations make it come to life still. Of the three characters, Pinky still has his coolness and great sense of comedy and the Little Man is a good(never bland, never too antagonistic) adversary but the funniest character is the dog and it is also the character you feel the most sympathy for. To conclude, not perfect but Pink Tuba-Dore is still a very nicely done cartoon with many pleasures. 8/10 Bethany Cox


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