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Mystic Pink (1976)

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The Pink Panther lives in a rundown house at the city dump. Hungrily he walks towads the city hoping to find something to eat. A magician drives past, and his hat falls onto the road. Out ... See full summary »



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The Pink Panther lives in a rundown house at the city dump. Hungrily he walks towads the city hoping to find something to eat. A magician drives past, and his hat falls onto the road. Out of the hat steps a giant rabbit, who cuddles the panther and happily starts following him. The rabbit rewards the panther with a luxurious dinner he pulls out of the hat. The panther tries to become rich by searching for oil, but only gets an oil can, and himself drenched in some oil that flows from the hat. When he cleans himself in a health spa, he stays too long in the steam bath and gets reduced to miniature size. Climbing into the hat makes him grow into an enormous panther, so he has to restore himself to normal size by visiting the spa a second time. Written by jan-wiberg <>

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6 January 1976 (USA)  »

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Taikuripantteri  »

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Follows Pink Blue Plate (1971) See more »

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Reasonably fun though unexceptional
20 July 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Is Mystic Pink worth seeing? Of course, every Pink Panther cartoon is worth seeing at least once(some more so than others). Is it great? To me, no it wasn't but it was a long way from bad either. There is no problem with the music, the theme tune is timeless and despite having been heard umpteen times it's still endearing while the music accompanying the action and story is slinky and doesn't feel at all repetitive or pedestrian, despite being essentially variations of the theme tune. Pinky is still cool and likable, his comic timing as amusing and subtle as usual, and the rabbit for one so big is quite cute. The second half mostly is better than the first, the gags are never hilarious and there are not that many but they are fun and serve the fun concept well, the ending is where the cartoon is at its funniest. The animation has been better before though, the Pink Panther cartoons all use a simple minimal style which is usually appealing but here it looks rather hurried and sparse with not much variety in shade and colour. The first half does take a little too much time to set up, which hurts the pacing a bit and the Little Man, usually a fun adversary and one we sometimes feel sympathy for has next to nothing to do here. All in all, reasonably fun but unexceptional. 6/10 Bethany Cox

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