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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Loud-Mouth Louie (voice) (uncredited)


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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Did You Know?


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 »


Follows Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Pink (1968) See more »

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The weakest Pink Panther cartoon seen so far
11 January 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Pink-In is not without its good points, but it is also one of those cartoons where you do question what the point of it was. The animation is minimal but elegant and fluid, the music is sly and catchy with the theme tune still not losing its classic appeal, Marvin Miller voices with a lot of vigour and doesn't feel out-of-place and annoying and there are a few fun moments here and there. Pink-In generally was not very funny, the odd gag is on the predictable side and if the cartoons featured hadn't been included there would have been nothing to it. The five cartoons are enjoyable and have a sense of fun that deserved to be better incorporated, a couple of scenes weren't among the very best of their respective cartoon either. The story, told in retrospect, is very thin and is little more than copying and pasting pre-existing Pink Panther cartoons and stringing them along. Initially it seemed a good idea to do it, but it came across as predictable and rather cheaply done. Pinky is one of animation's coolest characters but doesn't have a huge amount to do really here, his coolness and comic timing not been anywhere to good use. The laughter track was agreed distracting and was as pointless as this overall cartoon was itself. Pink-In is not a terrible cartoon, but it is mediocre stuff and the weakest of the Pink Panther seen yet. 4/10 Bethany Cox

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