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Pink-In (1971)

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The Pink Panther is reading an old letter, sent to him by his old friend Loudmouth Louie; he writes about their past adventures.

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The Pink Panther is reading an old letter, sent to him by his old friend Loudmouth Louie; he writes about their past adventures.

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20 October 1971 (USA)  »

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Pantteri muistelee  »

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The blue box containing the anarchist's bomb explodes near the end of a previous PP episode called "The Pink Package Plot", so Pinky could not have still had the box in his possession in this subsequent "reminiscing" movie. See more »

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Follows Pink of the Litter (1967) See more »

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Beware: This Is Nothing But Reruns!
19 June 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While rummaging through his attic, the Pink Panther comes across some old letters. He reads one from an old Army buddy, "Loudmouth Louie," who recalls the old days, such as when they first joined the service. We hear Louie's voice and Brooklyn-type accident (i.e. "soivice" instead of "service.").

The rest of the cartoon is the PP reading more of the letter, us hearing Louie, and quick rehashes of visuals depicting what Louie is talking about. As another reviewer points out here, these flashback segments are reruns from previous Panther cartoons. That is an insult to the viewers. The Three Stooges did this a number of times in late '40s cartoons and it's a cheap way to present a story.

Since I own three DVDs that have all these previous Panther segments, I found this one a total waste of time. The producers of this fine animated series ought to be ashamed of themselves, passing this one off on the public.


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