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 »

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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 merciless pirate who orders the panther to squab the deck - or walk the plank. The panther mistakenly sets fire on the mast, which burns down instantly. When he is ordered to load the cannons, the rolling sea rocks the ship heavily and makes the pirate fall overboard and all the cannonballs to fall on top of him. The panther manages to escape the plank by giving the pirate sob stories about his old mother and his starving wife and family. When the pirate tries to kill a vicious shark with a cannon, the cannonball instead cracks a hole in the ship and it sinks. Written by jan-wiberg <JanWibergE@netscape.net>

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20 December 1978 (USA)  »

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The Pink walks the plank.
12 August 2016 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

The Pink Panther becomes a pirate's slave on his ship out at sea, but he keeps on giving the pirate a hard time by spoiling the tasks he was instructed to do. The pirate makes the panther walk the plank a couple of times, but turns on his soft spot when the panther tells him he allegedly has a struggling family to support.

Not one of the more laughable or entertaining Pink Panther cartoons as it is missing the panther's sly and classic self and less of the panther vs. man plot element, which I've found works the best in his cartoons. You will get some chuckles here and there, and the appearances of the shark gives it some excitement, but the cartoon short is mostly just average.

Grade C+


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