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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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