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The Pink of Bagdad (1978)

The Pink Panther is in Bagdad, and immediately gets himself into trouble when his tail gets enchanted by a snake charmer's flute, and the tail and the rope in the snake charmer's basket ... See full summary »

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The Pink Panther is in Bagdad, and immediately gets himself into trouble when his tail gets enchanted by a snake charmer's flute, and the tail and the rope in the snake charmer's basket fall in love with each other. Later, a straw of spaghetti on the panther's dinner plate also gets amorous with the tail, so the panther has to resort to plastic surgery to get himself a genuine fox tail, hoping to escape the trouble. Written by jan-wiberg <JanWibergE@netscape.net>

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9 December 1978 (USA)  »

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Bagdadin pantteri  »

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The 1975 cartoon "Pink Of Arabee" was given a new soundtrack. See more »

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Follows Pink-A-Boo (1966) See more »

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A retread of an earlier Pink Panther cartoon.
13 January 2017 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

The Pink Panther visits a city that is supposed to be Baghdad, who soaks up some sightseeing and runs into a snake charmer. Instead of a snake, a rope rises from the jar and takes to the liking of the Pink Panther's tail. What results is a lot of back and forth tangling between the rope and the panther's tail.

The Pink Panther also has a run-in with a string of spaghetti, which also takes a liking to the panther's tail.

This cartoon is actually a retread of an earlier story titled "Pink of Arabee," but with a few different scenes. But, it's a rather uniquely done cartoon and some laughter here and there and some nice slapstick action.

Grade B


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