In the year 2001 ½, the Pink Panther is a gas station attendant on a small planet. When a particularly dangerous-looking spaceship arrives, the panther panics and closes his station, which ... See full summary »

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In the year 2001 ½, the Pink Panther is a gas station attendant on a small planet. When a particularly dangerous-looking spaceship arrives, the panther panics and closes his station, which makes the green little pointy-nosed man flying the ship furious. The panther tries to elude the man and his search robot by all possible means, even evaporating himself in a molecular disassembler and reassembling himself in another. The man does the same, but the panther throws a flower into the reassembler, which turns the man into part flower. Written by jan-wiberg <JanWibergE@netscape.net>

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23 December 1978 (USA)  »

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Follows Pink Is a Many Splintered Thing (1968) See more »

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Panther does Star Wars and The Fly.
30 July 2016 | by See all my reviews

The Pink Panther goes back to the future and becomes a gas station attendant on another planet. Here, the pointy-eared man stars as a green martian and is mad because the gas station closes for the night. So, he chases the panther around hoping to get him to gas up his ship for him.

Not much laughs in this one and I've found it a tad boring - it's just a lot of running around with lesser slapstick humor and lesser panther comebacks. There's quite a bit of references though to Hollywood movies, like Star Wars and The Fly. I suppose the Pink Panther cartoons in the late 70s weren't quite as funny, charming or intriguing than the earlier ones of the 60s.

Grade D+


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