The next-door neighbor neglects to return the Pink Panther's lawn mower, an oversight the sinister off-screen narrator is only too happy to point out to the peaceful feline suburbanite. The insinuating voice pours poison into the neighbor's ear as well, and soon the two home owners are feuding over some hedge clippers and a tree limb hanging over the property line. Finally, the Pink Panther builds a brick wall to separate himself from his one-time friend, an act the neighbor considers to be a declaration of war. Written by
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The heavy-artillery implements that Pinky uses are obviously vintage weapons that lack any sort of modern-day automatic-loading/remote-firing mechanisms, so they would have to be operated manually; the Panther would not be able to continuously fire the swivel-gun and the tank-cannon at the same time, the way he does in the movie. See more
Invisible Devil's voice
That may look like a wall to you, but it's really a fort! How do you know what kinds of weapons he's going to put behind that fort? Harry... nobody likes war, but you've gotta defend yourself...
[ominous-sounding battle-drums play faintly in the background
Followed by Rock a Bye Pinky