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Pink Aye (1974)

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The Pink Panther stows away on the S.S.Luxitania while a famous opera singer is aboard the cruise ship. A short, pointy-nosed steward, assigned to cater to the singer's comfort, discovers ... See full summary »

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The Pink Panther stows away on the S.S.Luxitania while a famous opera singer is aboard the cruise ship. A short, pointy-nosed steward, assigned to cater to the singer's comfort, discovers the stowaway Pink Panther and endeavors to catch the unwelcome passenger, only to repeatedly disturb the ship's Captain, who violently punishes the steward. A troublesome deck chair begins to snap its foot rest as though it were a dog and chases the Pink Panther and the steward off the ship and onto a tropical island. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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16 May 1974 (USA)  »

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Oh, oh! Trouble!
3 October 2007 | by (The world of artists) – See all my reviews

Tom and Jerry traveled on a cruise ship in "Cruise Cat" (1952). The Pink Panther has his own adventure on a cruise ship too. That's what happens in this "Pink Aye".

The pink feline is aboard the S.S. Luxitania and so is an opera singer who resembles very much Bianca Castafiore from the adventures of Tintin.

While this is obviously a comical cartoon, it is also painful to see the steward being blamed for everything that the Pink Panther does and being brutally punished for that. I don't think that the Pink Panther does it by purpose, but one thing is for sure: he always puts the steward in trouble. Something similar happens to the white mutt in "Slink Pink". That is the negative side of these great cartoons.

The deck chair idea is exaggerated but hilarious. I always laugh hysterically whenever the Panther sits on it and it falls and then the Panther repeatedly tries to fix it. When the Panther hits it and the troublesome object chases the pink feline and the steward is a little excessive, but very funny and amusing. The moments with that deck chair are the funniest of this animated short.


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