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 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 Pink Panther, chased by a dog catcher, seeks shelter in a house guarded by a vicious watchdog. To avoid being captured by the father and the two kids, he disguises himself as a toy. He ... See full summary »
A homeless Pink Panther, seeking shelter on a bitterly cold night, sneaks through a window into the cozy, warm living room of a diminutive, excitable game hunter, whose stuffed animal-head ... See full summary »
The Pink Panther is in Egypt on an expedition to uncover a buried cave containing ancient treasures, and he has only enough money to purchase a tiny camel that can't carry the load of tools... 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 is bedeviled by a flea that leaves the fur of a dog and takes up residence in the panther's pink coat. Futile efforts by the Pink Panther to rid himself of the flea involve... See full summary »
Flying economy class, the Pink Panther is parachuted into the Arctic, where he befriends a lonely seal pup. The young seal doesn't want the Pink Panther to leave him and cries tears that ... 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
Pink Panther cartoons are a vast majority of the time worth watching, and while it's somewhat different Keep Our Forests Pink is not an exception. If you want funny visual gags look elsewhere, Keep Our Forests Pink is agreed not that funny though with a few amusing touches(though admittedly that was the intent of the cartoon, just that it is very different to what we're used to). The ending is a very odd if slightly clever one, and the pace lags a bit. However Keep Our Forests Pink is simply but well animated, minimal but colourful and not too sparse in the drawing. The music as ever is fabulous, the soulful jazzy orchestration fits well and the theme tune is a justifiable classic, one of those theme tunes where no matter how many times you hear it it doesn't come across as annoying. Pinky is cool and likable and the Little White Man is a great foil filling in the role of the person doing what Pinky is trying to stop. Keep Our Forests Pink is very much a message cartoon, and does a great job in that regard, the messages the cartoon contains are very much relevant now and somehow it does it without being too heavy-handed. Considering that it was covering a subject matter where it was more than easy to be that it's quite impressive. Overall, a good Pink Panther cartoon if not a great one, there are both better and worse around. 7/10 Bethany Cox
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