The short, pointy-nosed man is Tarzan, feared King of the Jungle but henpecked husband of Jane at home. When Jane orders Tarzan to get her a pink fur coat, he sets out to capture the Pink ...
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While relaxing in his tree house, the Pink Panther becomes the victim of the pointy-nose guy, who in this cartoon is am employee of a lumber yard who has just cut down the tree his house ... See full summary »
This cartoon consists of a series of bizarre black-out gags with the Pink Panther. In one, he is a painter who finds that his paint bucket is dry and screws a hole in the scaffolding above ... See full summary »
The Pink Panther lives in a rundown house at the city dump. Hungrily he walks towads the city hoping to find something to eat. A magician drives past, and his hat falls onto the road. Out ... See full summary »
Inspired by the legendary fictional character The Scarlet Pimpernel, the Pink Panther dons a red cape and a red hat with a feather, and becomes The Scarlet Pinkernel, protector of stray ... See full summary »
The Pink Panther feeds peanuts to an elephant at a zoo, and the elephant follows him out of the zoo and into the surrounding city. When he tries to return the elephant from whence it came, ... See full summary »
While having picnic on the beach, the Pink Panther gets befriended by a salmon, who desperately wants to follow him home. At first, he has trouble surviving on dry land, but he learns fast,... See full summary »
The Pink Panther stops to spend a night at a castle in Transylvania, believing it to be a lodge. It is in fact a vampire's castle with such denizens as a hairy, knife-throwing hand, a ... See full summary »
Seeking winter shelter, the Pink Panther enters Zammo the Great's house while the magician is away, and the panther discovers a mischievous rabbit that leads him through a series of ... See full summary »
The Pink Panther is a traveling Pied Piper who encounters an old English village home besieged by pesky rodents. For a fee, he uses a tune on his enchanted flute to induce one of the ... See full summary »
The Pink Panther is a very responsible caretaker in a national park. Then a very irresponsible short, pointy-nosed man arrives with his dog to camp out. Ignoring the prohibitions, the man ... See full summary »
The panther, desperate for a place to sleep, lies down on a sofa in a hotel lobby, but the hotel detective orders him to leave. When the panther notices a convention is about to take place ... See full summary »
The short, pointy-nosed man is Tarzan, feared King of the Jungle but henpecked husband of Jane at home. When Jane orders Tarzan to get her a pink fur coat, he sets out to capture the Pink Panther. But every attempt to capture the feline ends unluckily. Written by
Jane's dialog to Tarzan - "you hockey puck", "knock off that jazz before I give you a knuckle sandwich", "you dumb bimbo", and "you've got all the brains of a porcupine" - were spoken by Mel Blanc, sped up to double speed and played in reverse. See more »
Pink Panther journeys through the jungle and runs into the pointy-nosed man again, this time as Tarzan the Ape Man. His speed-talking wife talked his ear off, wanting him to get her a pink mink, so, the man is out to hunt down the panther for his pink fur. But, the Pink Panther is up to his clever wits again, outsmarting the man on a number of occasions.
This is one of the better Pink Panther cartoons of the 1970s, in my opinion. You get to see the panther in his more clever and witty self and he gets the upper hand in this story. The ape man's wife talking in fast, chipmunk language was hilarious, and the animals tossing the panther around was funny as well. A very entertaining cartoon - one of the better ones featuring the Pink Panther.
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