The Pink Panther gets a job as a lumberjack. The trouble immediately begins when the axe blade flies off and cuts down the wrong tree, which destroys the manager's car as it falls down. ... See full summary »

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Brad Case

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Cullen Blaine (story) (as Cullen Houghtaling)
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The Pink Panther gets a job as a lumberjack. The trouble immediately begins when the axe blade flies off and cuts down the wrong tree, which destroys the manager's car as it falls down. When the right tree finally falls down, it destroys the lumber cabin, which makes the manager mightily angry. The panther is given a chainsaw, which immediately gets a mind of its own and starts chasing the panther, until he manages to crush it with a mallet. He instead applies a beaver to do all the woodcutting work. The work gets done so fast that the manager awards the panther with a big bonus. Written by jan-wiberg <JanWibergE@netscape.net>

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 April 1979 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

El leñador rosa See more »

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Mono

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Color
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Follows Pinto Pink (1967) See more »

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Another good '70s Pink Panther cartoon.
18 January 2017 | by OllieSuave-007See all my reviews

This is another good one from the Pink Panther of the 1970s. Here, the Pink Panther gets a job as a lumberjack, but has trouble handling the ax, which results in one mishaps after the other, making his manager go crazy. The funniest part is when the chainsaw the manager gave to the Pink Panther to use developed a mind of its own, chasing the panther around through the woods.

Another good part of the cartoon is when the panther teams up with a beaver and let it use its strong teeth to cut up some limber for the manager. Adorable little beaver - love when animals in these cartoons actually help the Pink Panther rather than annoy him like so many.

Grade A


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