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Prefabricated Pink (1967)

The Pink Panther joins the crew at a building site, where his inexperience causes a series of disasters. By slamming a door, he repeatedly ruins a little man's wall-plaster work as the ... See full summary »

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The Pink Panther joins the crew at a building site, where his inexperience causes a series of disasters. By slamming a door, he repeatedly ruins a little man's wall-plaster work as the plaster liquefies due to the noise of the slamming door and spills off of the wall. Looking for a place to dispose of trash, the panther removes hot rivets from a bucket and pours them into a man's hat; when the man puts the hat on, he experiences scorching pain, and the rivets burn a hole in the wood under him, which he falls through. Things go seriously wrong when the Pink Panther tries to move a steel girder, which hits a wooden beam being carried by one of the workers and triggers a chain-reaction of collisions that destroys the foundations of the building. The Pink Panther flees the enraged construction workers. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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22 November 1967 (USA)  »

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Building site disaster with Pinky
30 July 2013 | by See all my reviews

Prefabricated Pink is not among the best Pink Panther cartoons. As a cartoon, it is decent but not great(personal opinion of course). The animation is not quite as good this time round, at times it's attractive especially in the colours and Pinky's character design but when it's more minimal than usual it can come across as rather simplistic and sparse. The story is not unfamiliar territory to begin with and doesn't do anything particularly new with it, parts of Prefabricated Pink were predictable. The ending also had a weird tone to it and could have been better resolved with a minute more. The music is still fantastic though, the theme tune is endearingly catchy and the orchestration synchronises with the humour brilliantly as always. The gags don't disappoint either, they are clever and most importantly of all they entertain, you do know how the cartoon's going to turn out and with some of the disasters Pinky causes but the disasters themselves are a lot of fun to watch. The pacing is crisp, and Pinky, the Pink Panther himself as ever carries the humour and cartoon with his immense likability, natural comic timing and charisma. All in all, decent but not great Pink Panther. 7/10 Bethany Cox


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