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A homeless Pink Panther, seeking shelter on a bitterly cold night, sneaks through a window into the cozy, warm living room of a diminutive, excitable game hunter, whose stuffed animal-head ... See full summary »

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Hawley Pratt

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John W. Dunn (story)
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A homeless Pink Panther, seeking shelter on a bitterly cold night, sneaks through a window into the cozy, warm living room of a diminutive, excitable game hunter, whose stuffed animal-head trophies adorn the walls of his abode. The Pink Panther's mooching presence in the house never arouses the hunter's suspicion that there is an unwelcome guest, but the hunter's dog knows about the Pink Panther's intrusion and repeatedly tries to alert its master. The Pink Panther replaces the stuffed body of a Ugandan panther with himself in a still pose and doesn't blink when the man repeatedly whacks him with a stick to show to his dog that the panther is dead and stuffed, and when the man leaves the room and the dog remains, the Pink Panther hits the dog with the stick. Every time the dog tries to retaliate against the Pink Panther, the Pink Panther has moved and the man has taken his place, in the bathtub, in a chair, and in bed, and thus receives the brunt of the dog's attacks. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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English

Release Date:

2 April 1969 (USA) See more »

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Pantteri livahti taloon See more »

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The Pink Panther takes on the Mangy Dog.
27 June 2016 | by OllieSuave-007See all my reviews

Probably the first Pink Panther cartoon I've watched - here he takes shelter in the house of a game hunter, but makes himself right at home. The hunter has this mangy and annoying dog who senses that there is an unwelcome guest in the house and tries to get his master's attention, but ends up trying to take matters in his own hands. This leads to hilarious results as the Panther outsmarts the dog on a number of occasions, from posing as a stuffed body of a Ugandan panther to making the hunter think his dog is the cause of all the troubles. Every time the dog believes he has gotten the Panther in his trap, it always turn out that he got his master instead.

As with most Pink Panther cartoons, this short has no dialog and the comedy and humor rely on the sound effects and action. Hilarious stuff here that would generate plenty of laughs!

Grade A


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