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Pink Aye (1974)

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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Pantteri laivassa  »

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Weak Gags Sink This Ship
22 June 2007 | by See all my reviews

"Opera Star To Sail On Luxitania" reads the headlines on the society page of the daily newspaper. The big S.S. Luxitania then sails away with this big woman in the tale which obviously takes place in the early 19th century. The Pink Panther is a stowaway on the boat.

The Panthers' long tail gives him away and the chase is on to capture him, especially after he steals the opera singer's first meal in the Captain's quarters. The foil, of course, is the little guy trying to capture him. He gets the brunt of the violence and innocent people get involved and always blame him for some accident. This is a recurring theme in PP cartoons. There is an extremely odd twist to this story with a folding deck chair. It wasn't really funny but I give it a point for originality.

The gags weren't that great in this one. They never seem to be whenever they use the insulting (to us) laugh track. Maybe they think they need to help us think something is funny. Thankfully, they are in the minority in this collection of PP cartoons on three DVD discs.


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