The Pink Panther wants to mow his lawn, but his mower needs a new spark plug. However, the new plug falls from his hands, and it's found by a vicious watchdog who thinks it's a bone. The ... See full summary »
The panther gets a job as janitor in a hospital. He dreams of becoming a doctor himself, and initiatively helps out patients by pulling a banana out of a man's ear and bandaging another ... See full summary »
The Pink Panther visits the laundromat. He has trouble getting his laundry inside the washing machine, since it keeps coming up from another machine. While struggling with this problem, the... See full summary »
The Pink Panther goes on a cruise to the South Seas for 14 days, but the expected luxurious holiday turns out to be quite the opposite. The ship is a pirate ship, and the captain is a ... See full summary »
In this version of the famous fairytale "Jack and the Beanstalk", the Pink Panther lives on the countryside and owns a cow who munches on the grass so loudly the panther can't sleep. He sells his cow to Honest Friz, who pays him with a handful of beans. The panther plants the beans outside his house, and overnight they grow into a beanstalk so huge it reaches far above the clouds, taking the house with it. Noticing a castle located on the cloud bank, the panther knocks on the door and soon confronts a vicious giant and his cat.
Very much plot crammed into just six minutes, so the story moves along very rapidly until we get to the giant's castle. However, the writer hasn't come up with a single original idea for this adaptation. Even the ending is poor. Forget it.
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