The cartoon follows the adventures of an actual pink panther with the occasional cartoon starring Inspector Clouseau.
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 Pink Panther (30 episodes, 1993-1996)
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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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11 September 1993 (USA)  »

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A Pantera Cor de Rosa  »

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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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Edited into Driving Mr. Pink (1995) See more »

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Remakes are always recognizable and not worthy of being seen
22 September 2014 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

I think the original version of this cartoon by the authors, animators and all the team responsible for the making of the original series is much better than any "new version" , whether made by the use of enhanced methods, namely computer aided design, 3 dimensional imaging, multi channel audio, etc. or just made in the same manner by some other people.

As an example of this, you can compare the original 7-seasons "mission: impossible" from 1966 to its 2-seasons "remake" of 1988...or the quality of the vintage Disney or Hanna & Barbera and similar cartoons to the new "hentai" fashion.

How do you tell a remake from the original? First of all, the name usually differs very little from the original. Second, the author of the remake is not as clever as the creator. Third, the quality of the production is low, as it is a cheap copy. Fourth, the script is not as witty as the original at all. Fifth, normally the audience turns to look for the original version when they can compare both issues. Sixth, the early "success" of a remake is knocked out by the screening of one original chapter. Seventh and last: The previous can be applied to any instance in life, namely food, drinks, relationships. affections, etc. It is said that "All past time was better" And this saying has proved to be true. The quality making the difference is "Creativity"; present in the original and absent in the "counterfeit".

Please stay with the original show and avoid seeing this "Remake" Long live Mirish - Geoffrey - DePatie and Freleng, and their creation The Pink Panther.


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