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 »

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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 phantom in squeaky shoes, and the usual living-dead blood-sucker. Thinking the vampire's coffin to be that of a dead man, the Pink Panther buries it. Come dusk, the coffin rumbles to surface, and the vampire emerges. The Pink Panther uses bug spray to repel the vampire in bat form, and it flies out a window and changes to the vampire, who falls into a moat inhabited by a shark. The shark chases the vampire, and the phantom chases the Pink Panther, before sunrise causes vampire, shark, phantom, and castle to disappear. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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8 August 1975 (USA)  »

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Very nice 'Dracula' classic cartoon
28 March 2009 | by (The world of artists) – See all my reviews

"Pink Plasma" is one of the most amusing and finest Pink Panther's cartoons. A classic.

It's a quite interesting take on Dracula's story. The vampire's castle and the place itself is dark and spooky, yet the cartoon is so filled with humor that it never really is scary. That's exactly the movie's idea: a parody on Dracula, even a mockery.

The Pink Panther's cartoons are known for their basic and extremely simplistic artwork, but this one has great artwork. This type of artwork is something rare on these cartoons.

Despite the Dracula's disguise, it's obvious that he is portrayed by 'The Little White Man'. The story is so funny. Whenever Dracula transforms into a vampire bat, Pinky (asleep) uses a bug spray as a weapon against Dracula. Of course, Dracula feels dizzy and always falls into the river - whenever he does it, he has to confront a shark waiting for him.

Overall, a great and fun cartoon, lively and interesting.


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