The Pink Panther lives an easy life as Tarzan in the jungle, but when he irritates a big gorilla, he has to start using all his wits to avoid the ape. He finds out that the music drifting ... See full summary »

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The Pink Panther lives an easy life as Tarzan in the jungle, but when he irritates a big gorilla, he has to start using all his wits to avoid the ape. He finds out that the music drifting out of a transistor radio charms the gorilla and makes him start dancing, but the radio frequently runs out of batteries. Then the ape swallows the radio by mistake, but the music still keeps drifting from inside the stomach. The panther finds out the right way to get rid of the happily dancing ape. Written by jan-wiberg <JanWibergE@netscape.net>

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22 December 1978 (USA)  »

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Vilinää viidakossa  »

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Follows Salmon Pink (1975) See more »

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Music by Jacques Offenbach
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The panther does the tango!
25 August 2016 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

This is a pretty amusing cartoon where the Pink Panther takes on the vines in the jungle, reminisce of Tarzan. He encounters a gorilla and the two play a game of cat and mouse, as somehow, the panther angered him. Therefore, the panther tries to outrun and outsmart the big ape, which he does hilariously well. What results are some very funny moments, especially the part where the panther tames the gorilla with a radio and doing the tango with him.

Overall, not a bad cartoon and one of the better Pink Panther ones from the 1970s.

Grade B


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