Fur-trapping French-Canadian brothers Jules and Jacques provoke the righteous wrath of the Pink Panther when one of their leg-traps in a forest ensnares the picnicking panther's tail. The ...
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Fur-trapping French-Canadian brothers Jules and Jacques provoke the righteous wrath of the Pink Panther when one of their leg-traps in a forest ensnares the picnicking panther's tail. The panther, declaring himself "Pink Avenger", follows the two trappers to their cabin and plants biting turtles in each of their beds, causing each to think the other is responsible for the seeming practical joke. After fist-fighting, the two men realize that, "something's fishy," and they use their dog, Armand, to trail the Pink Panther. They are bitten by more turtles, one of them is caught in his own leg-trap, and the pair are then both catapulted by a recoiling tree into the horizon.Written by
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The Pink Panther takes on the French-Canadian brothers Jules and Jacques, who is out in the forest to trap animals for their fur trading company. So, the Pink Panther takes on a superhero role of sorts and makes sure he prevents that from happening, outsmarting and outwitting Jules and Jacques on a number of occasions by releasing his snapping turtle friends on them.
Though not a terribly funny cartoon short, it's great seeing the Pink Panther win out and get the upper hand, and nice to see him revered by the animals of the forest. A nice cartoon where the Pink Panther is the total protagonist and hero.
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