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The Pink Panther is reading an old letter, sent to him by his old friend Loudmouth Louie; he writes about their past adventures.

Directors:

Arthur Davis (as Art Davis), Gerry Chiniquy (uncredited) | 2 more credits »

Writer:

Art Leonardi (story)
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Marvin Miller ... Loud-Mouth Louie (voice) (uncredited)
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The Pink Panther is reading an old letter, sent to him by his old friend Loudmouth Louie; he writes about their past adventures.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 October 1971 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Pantteri muistelee See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Goofs

The blue box containing the anarchist's bomb explodes near the end of a previous PP episode called "The Pink Package Plot", so Pinky could not have still had the box in his possession in this subsequent "reminiscing" movie. See more »

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Followed by Pink Press (1978) See more »

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OK paste-up job
12 September 2004 | by jan-wibergSee all my reviews

The Pink Panther sits in the attic reading his old letters. One of them is from his old friend Loud Mouth Louie, who reminds about the panther's past life, with all the mishaps and memorable events he has experienced. This frame-tale takes us to scenes from earlier Pink Panther cartoons, including G.I. Pink (1968), Pink in the Clink (1968), Pink Pajamas (1964), Pickled Pink (1965) and The Pink Package Plot (1968). This means the cartoon is nothing but a paste-up job, but the old scenes are at least funny, so if you're not familiar with the originals, this one provides a guaranteed amount of laughs. If you have seen all five aforementioned cartoons, then naturally this is just one to turn your nose up at. Another gripe: the totally unnecessary use of a laugh track. As if that wasn't bad enough, we hear laughter even when there's nothing funny happening.


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