The Pink Panther's picnic gets ruined by a tiny raincloud which starts following him everywhere he goes. No matter where he tries to hide, the cloud sprinkles rain over him. It even gets ... See full summary »

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The Pink Panther's picnic gets ruined by a tiny raincloud which starts following him everywhere he goes. No matter where he tries to hide, the cloud sprinkles rain over him. It even gets into his house through the chimney. The panther manages to dump the cloud into the waste basket, but when he tries to drop the basket down a bridge, a policeman comes and orders him to release the cloud. Finally, the panther goes to a psychiatrist to get rid of the cloud. Written by jan-wiberg <JanWibergE@netscape.net>

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11 November 1978 (USA)  »

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My First Pink Panter cartoon
25 March 2009 | by (Orlando, Florida) – See all my reviews

I remember seeing this on KBHK TV 44 San Francisco. I saw this right after Sesame Street (the channel was changed). I was like three or four when I first saw this one, and it was hilarious. The Pink Panther is having a picnic, but the a cloud starts to annoy him. And every time the Pink Panther tries to eat in peace, the cloud bothers him. After too many attempts to stop it, he finally has a good day, but if he messes with one cloud, he has to mess with a whole lot of clouds. I like how the music goes with the action, sort of like in Mickey Mouse, and how the fact that the cloud has an independent mind of it's own. And since when does that happen which makes me say WTF? It's like as if he had a family.

Super funny, I highly recommend it. It's Rated G so it is appropriate for anyone.


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