The Pink Panther meets a tiny, white bird that wants to go south but is unable to fly. The Pink Panther's faltering efforts to teach flight to the bird and to give the bird a boost into the... See full summary »
The Pink Panther meets a tiny, white bird that wants to go south but is unable to fly. The Pink Panther's faltering efforts to teach flight to the bird and to give the bird a boost into the air arouse the carnivorous attention of an alley cat, from whom the Pink Panther must defend his little, feathered friend. Thwarting the alley cat but angering a dog, the Pink Panther and the bird fly south on an airplane, with the dog in pursuit. Written by
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'Cute' Ending To Series, Teaching A Bird How To Fly
This was a "cute" finale to the three-disc set of Pink Panther theatrical cartoons that ran from the mid '60s to the mid '70s
In this story, the Panther becomes friends with a tiny little bird, whom he spots one day carry a sign that says "South." Now that's funny: a bird who can't fly using to a sign to hitchhike his way south for the winter!
Anyway, the whole story revolves around the goodhearted Pink Panther trying to teach the title guy how to fly. He tries everything and some of the stunts are funny. Nothing is here was hilarious but it was consistently amusing and you couldn't help but love this little bird.
The ending was nice, too. I'm sorry to see this series end as I enjoyed them, generally speaking, very much.....more than I did when I first saw some of these 40-some years ago in the theater.
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