Loved by the citizens of the country, Pinky runs for president with The Brain running as his vice president. The plan is working until The Brain's instruction book on world domination is stolen and he is impeached.

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Chief of Staff Brain (voice)
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President Pinky (voice)
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Richard Karron ...
Sweaty Pete (voice)
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Old Woman (voice)
Steve McGowan ...
Reporter (voice)
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Bob Dole (voice)
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Bernard Shaw (voice)
Phil Snyder ...
Bob (voice)
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The President (voice)
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Loved by the citizens of the country, Pinky runs for president with The Brain running as his vice president. The plan is working until The Brain's instruction book on world domination is stolen and he is impeached.

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2 November 1996 (USA)  »

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References The Manchurian Candidate (1962) See more »

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The Battle Hymn of the Republic
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Music by William Steffe
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Brain tries to run an election campaign
19 July 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

In my opinion this series of cartoons (Pinky & The Brain) must rank as one of the most entertaining, mature, satirical and down right funny since the Tom & Jerry's of the immediate post war era! In particular, The Pink Candidate shows many of the facets that make this outstanding series.

It is easy to see why only 37 episodes were made - it is impossible to continually produce such a high quality product. The only possible exception to this might be The Simpsons but even in one or two of their episodes, you get the feeling some of the writing team fell asleep or left the room!

History will look back on Pinky & The Brain as we do now to Chaplin, Keaton, Lloyd and Laurel & Hardy and wonder at the talent involved in making us laugh and (more often than not) think! Can't be bad.


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