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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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Trouble aboard the SS. Luxitania, sadly with not enough strong gags to keep it afloat
9 February 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Not one of the Pink Panther's worst, the weakest so far is still Pink-In but it is also not one of his finest hours. That's not to say Pink Aye is terrible, because it isn't, it's mediocre above all else. There are things that are good, you cannot fault the music which is every bit as seductive-sounding and catchy as always or the theme tune which is a justifiable classic that hasn't lost its value. The characters carry things well, Pinky is very mischievous here but is very likable and funny in doing so, and you can't help feeling sorry for the steward being the butt of the joke despite seeing his type of character many times before. The gags with the deck-chair are entertaining, easily the best gags of the cartoon, and the colours in the animation are nice and elegant. The backgrounds are a little sparse though and it does seem lacking in finesse in places. The story is often painfully routine too, crisper pacing for the first half might have helped. While the deck chair gags are enjoyable, the rest of the gags are not strong enough, rather repetitive and predictable and the timing could have been more to-the-point. The inclusion of the laughter track makes them rather forced too, I agree that in the Pink Panther cartoons(seeing as most of them don't have one) they are not needed and they are distracting and also somewhat manipulative(otherwise we'll feel like fools if there was laughter to be heard and we didn't find it funny) more than anything else. All in all, watchable if mediocre Pink Panther cartoon. 6/10 Bethany Cox


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