The Pink Panther (1993– )

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The cartoon follows the adventures of an actual pink panther with the occasional cartoon starring Inspector Clouseau.

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The cartoon follows the adventures of an actual pink panther with the occasional cartoon starring Inspector Clouseau.

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Incorrectly regarded as the first time the long-running character (first seen in the opening credits of the Clouseau film The Pink Panther (1963)) is given a voice. The Pink Panther actually first spoke in two theatrical shorts 28 years before this series: first in Sink Pink (1965) and later in Pink Ice (1965). See more »

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Silly remake of the original
14 May 2005 | by (Norway) – See all my reviews

If something works, or in fact works quite superbly, then why change it? When I was a small child, they still used to air the original, DePatie-Freleng Pink Panther- cartoons from the 60's on TV. Though too small to really understand them at that point, I really loved 'em; there was something about that panther accompanied by that energetic, by cartoon standards rather unique music. As I grew a bit older, I came to appreciate these shorts even more. Though production values in cartoons had greatly decreased by the time of their making, following the break-through of TV, the Pink Panther-series took advantage of the new, more minimalistic style in cartoons better than anyone else. It's a quite abstracted universe, with everyone including the panther conversing through pantomime. The very atmosphere from these cartoons makes them worth watching over again.

Sometime in the mid-90's, however, long after DePatie-Freleng had closed shop, it was decided to bring the panther back to life again, equip him and other inhabitants of the cartoon with dialogue, and abandon the "jazzy" feel of the 60's with an approach seemingly more in sync with the times. The result was nothing extraordinarily bad perhaps, compared to other cartoon shows; but I remember feeling, even as a child, that there was nothing extraordinary about this new incarnation in any other way, either. It's a plain, silly cartoon show, probably entertaining enough to most kids but nothing that makes it stand out from the crowd such as the original Panther had in the 60's. One wonders why things can never be left alone in show business, when its original concept worked more than well enough. (This review has since been somewhat revised and updated)


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