A very worried short, pointy-nosed man goes to a psychiatrist. Beginning with his infantry and childhood, he finally gets to tell about a pink panther that turns up everywhere he goes and causes trouble. We see scenes from Rock-A-Bye Pinky (1966), The Pink Blueprint (1966) and Pink Posies (1967).
Along with the earlier Pink-In (1971), this is a needless paste-up job with a predictable and silly punch line. It's sad to see animators, short on ideas, recycle old material. At least the old scenes are long enough to provide some enjoyment, at least if you haven't seen the original cartoons.
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