History WesternAnimation / ThePinkPanther

30th Apr '18 10:06:20 AM fruitstripegum
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* FracturedFairyTale: The episode "Cinderpink", which parodies Literature/{{Cinderella}}.
27th Apr '18 2:32:19 PM themisterfree
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* ArtShift: The episode ''Hamm-N-Eggz'', which looks more like a 1990s Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} animation than a [=DePatie-Freleng/MGM=] production.

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* ArtShift: The episode ''Hamm-N-Eggz'', which looks more like a 1990s Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} animation Creator/KlaskyCsupo show than a [=DePatie-Freleng/MGM=] production.
8th Apr '18 2:13:13 PM fruitstripegum
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* WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs: 1968's "Psychedelic Pink", where the Pink Panther encounters a beatnik in a bizarre book shop, with a hypnotic eye at the door, and some mod-1960's style decor inside, and even the beatnik using the letter "F" as a blunderbuss.
2nd Mar '18 2:21:58 PM fruitstripegum
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* RecycledScript: A number of 1970's cartoons, namely "The Pink of Arabee", "Pinky Doodle", and "Rocky Pink", would respectively be re-issued as "The Pink of Bagdad", "Yankee Doodle Pink" and "Pet Pink Pebbles" with new music and additional footage.
1st Feb '18 10:50:44 PM snichols1973
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* WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs: 1968's "Psychedelic Pink", where the Pink Panther encounters a beatnik in a bizarre book shop, with a hypnotic eye at the door, and some mod-1960's style decor inside, and even the beatnik using the letter "F" as a blunderbuss.
1st Feb '18 10:42:05 PM snichols1973
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In 1968's "Psychedelic Pink", the beatnik version of the Little Man hands him a book titled "The Love Live of a Panther: Uncensored", which the Pink Panther ogles for a moment.
1st Feb '18 10:37:48 PM snichols1973
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5th Jan '18 6:00:11 PM snichols1973
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* ClipShow: "Pink-In" and "Pinkologist" mostly consist of footage from previous episodes with filler animation in between the clips.


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* RecycledScript: A number of 1970's cartoons, namely "The Pink of Arabee", "Pinky Doodle", and "Rocky Pink", would respectively be re-issued as "The Pink of Bagdad", "Yankee Doodle Pink" and "Pet Pink Pebbles" with new music and additional footage.


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* TheUnintelligible: Murfel.
5th Jan '18 5:35:58 PM snichols1973
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* DomesticApplianceDisaster: Pink once lied upon an ironing board, and ironed his tummy fur. The phone rings, and Pink answers it, leaving the hot iron to burn its way completely through his body and the ironing board to tumble onto the floor. Pink hops to his feet and regards the triangular hole in his midsection. Amazingly, it seems neither to hurt nor to debilitate him, being nothing worse than unsightly.

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* DomesticApplianceDisaster: Pink once lied lay upon an ironing board, and ironed his tummy fur. The phone rings, and Pink answers it, leaving the hot iron to burn its way completely through his body and the ironing board to tumble onto the floor. Pink hops to his feet and regards the triangular hole in his midsection. Amazingly, it seems neither to hurt nor to debilitate him, being nothing worse than unsightly.
11th Nov '17 3:19:22 AM ClintEastwood
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The newly founded [=DePatie=]-Freleng studio's first short, "The Pink Phink," won the 1964 UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for Best Animated Short Subject -- the first time an animation studio had won one with its very first cartoon. Subsequent shorts put the Panther in situations ranging from the mundane to the fantastic, always with Henry Mancini's popular theme music somewhere in the score. ''Most'' of the shorts were silent, save for gibberish, sound effects, and music; attempts to give the Panther a voice were washes.

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The newly founded [=DePatie=]-Freleng studio's first short, "The Pink Phink," won the 1964 UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for Best Animated Short Subject -- the first time an animation studio had won one with its very first cartoon. Subsequent shorts put the Panther in situations ranging from the mundane to the fantastic, always with Henry Mancini's Music/HenryMancini's popular theme music somewhere in the score. ''Most'' of the shorts were silent, save for gibberish, sound effects, and music; attempts to give the Panther a voice were washes.



* ShoutOut: The episode ''7 Manly Men'' parodies Music/VillagePeople and their song "YMCA".
** The episode ''Pinky Rider'' is a direct shout-out to Dennis Hopper's ''Film/EasyRider''.

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The episode ''7 Manly Men'' parodies Music/VillagePeople and their song "YMCA".
** The episode ''Pinky Rider'' is a direct shout-out to Dennis Hopper's ''Film/EasyRider''.
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