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Pink Campaign (1975)

While relaxing in his tree house, the Pink Panther becomes the victim of the pointy-nose guy, who in this cartoon is am employee of a lumber yard who has just cut down the tree his house ... See full summary »

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While relaxing in his tree house, the Pink Panther becomes the victim of the pointy-nose guy, who in this cartoon is am employee of a lumber yard who has just cut down the tree his house was in, effectively destroying it. As a measure of revenge, the panther follows the man home and behind his back starts stealing his house from him piece by piece. As he notices everything is disappearing little by little (front door, back steps, fireplace, chimney, furniture, plumbing, walls, roof, etc.), the man first thinks its termites, then thieves, but the exterminator and police all think he's crazy, so he goes to a shrink, who confirms it. When the man tries to show the shrink his house, it's gone, and he goes insane, and gets taken to the happy home. Written by jlentz1@comcast.net

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When the Little Man is warming himself by the fireplace, the fire is there. When the Panther steals the chimney, the fire is gone. When he steals the fireplace and it is shown in the back of his truck, the fire is lit again. See more »

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Follows Pink-A-Rella (1969) See more »

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Decent Pink Panther cartoon
12 July 2014 | by See all my reviews

Pink Campaign is not one of the best Pink Panther cartoons but it's not among the worst either, ranking the ones seen so far it'd be somewhere in the middle. There were a few things that for me didn't quite work. The animation has been much better before, the animation in the Pink Panther cartoons was always minimal but because of the colours and such it was in an appealing way. Here the animation is rather rushed-looking, like in Bobolink Pink(which was a very good cartoon otherwise) the colours are flat and variety-limited and the drawing style does look as though it was done in haste. There are better-paced Pink Panther cartoons too, don't get me wrong Pink Campaign is not dull as such but it does lack energy in spots. The story is a good idea and is used to good effect, but some of it is a little formulaic(you are no stranger to the characters-trying-to-outwit-the-other idea). The music is as catchy and slinky as ever, always have loved the orchestration and the pace of it, while the theme tune is still a timeless classic that is unlikely to change. Pink Campaign is a funny cartoon, with gags that are executed well and none are less than amusing, the door gag is a touch repetitive but not to the extent that it tires you out and there is enough variety in it that makes it still interesting. They are not rushed nor do they feel too drawn out. Pinky is still funny and cool and although he is not very nice in this cartoon he still has a likable charm. But the pointy-nosed guy does have more to do and he is the guy that you do root for more, by the middle of the cartoon you actually do feel sorry for them despite hating him at the start. All in all, decent Pink Panther cartoon that is neither among the best or worst of the series. 7/10 Bethany Cox


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