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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.
"Bobolink Pink" is in fact a cute cartoon by the Pink Panther. At the
same time it is heartwarming and sweet, but without giving up of the
traditional classic humor.
This time Pinky does a heroic action, like a "pay it forward" for somebody who needs it. In this case, he helps a tiny white bird that doesn't know how to fly. Pinky teaches him how to fly in several ways, all of them a failure. One of the funniest moments is when the Panther shows a plane's design to the little bird and the bird "sees those parts on him".
The cutest things about this short are the bird's sounds and his slow way to move his wings.
However, during this amusing journey about teaching the bird to fly, our little fellow also faces some dangerous, some «tigers and wolves»: an alley cat and a vicious dog.
Just to finish my review, let me tell you that the only thing I don't like about this short is its ending with the Pink Panther flying. That's pointless and makes no sense. Other than that, I have nothing else to criticize.
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