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 ...
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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 »
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 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 »
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 »
Another battle of the paintbrush between the Pink Panther and a diminutive painter, who this time is Leonardo Da Vinci, painting his masterpiece, the Mona Lisa. The little Da Vinci paints a... See full summary »
The Pink Panther, who works at a ski resort, meets the little pointy-nosed man, who is a newcomer on skis and reads a guidebook in order to learn how to ski. Naturally, this encounter means... See full summary »
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 »
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 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 »
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 »
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 ... 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 sets a campfire, throws empty cans into the lake while fishing, and litters the forest so badly the panther has to send for the bear to order the man to clean up everything. At sunset, the park is clean again, and the man can go into his tent to sleep. Written by
Despite signs in the forest which say, "Don't make fires, "Don't Fish" "Don't Litter," the Little White Man and his dog do just the opposite.
The Pink Panther is a forest ranger in this animated short, and he cleans everything. He even has an "army" of ants help him, so when this slob comes by and breaks all the rules, the Panther makes it rough on him
Frankly, although interesting, there was nothing really funny in this cartoon. It was more of a "message movie" than the usual cartoon-comedy. It's a good "dig"" at the pigs who litter our forests (and everywhere else, for that matter) and or-think rules belong to someone else, not them.
The ending was very strange with the forest turning out to be a fake one. That was clever, but not funny, either
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