History WesternAnimation / ThePinkPanther

10th Apr '17 12:34:58 PM nombretomado
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(The German translation of the series, however, featured an ever-present, rhymed voice-over reminiscent of Creator/WilhelmBusch's work, spoken by the German voice of SeanConnery. It was also only in this dub that the Panther was given a name: Paul. But more often than not, the cutsey version "Paulchen" was used.)

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(The German translation of the series, however, featured an ever-present, rhymed voice-over reminiscent of Creator/WilhelmBusch's work, spoken by the German voice of SeanConnery.Creator/SeanConnery. It was also only in this dub that the Panther was given a name: Paul. But more often than not, the cutsey version "Paulchen" was used.)
8th Apr '17 2:09:59 PM themisterfree
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* '''Tijuana Toads''': A pair of Mexican toads usually fail in catching food, but are luckier in avoiding the hunger of '''Crazylegs Crane''' and ''The Blue Racer''' (who both later got their own series). This was eventually redubbed into ''Texas Toads'' to be less offensive.

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* '''Tijuana Toads''': A pair of Mexican toads usually fail in catching food, but are luckier in avoiding the hunger of '''Crazylegs Crane''' and ''The '''The Blue Racer''' (who both later got their own series). This was eventually redubbed into ''Texas Toads'' to be less offensive.



* ''The New Pink Panther Show'' ran for several years in syndication in TheNineties, and thus far is the only incarnation that gave the Panther a proper voice at all times, provided by Matt Frewer.

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* ''The New Pink Panther Show'' ran for several years in syndication in TheNineties, from [[TheNineties 1993-95]], and thus far is the only incarnation that gave the Panther a proper voice at all times, provided by Matt Frewer.Frewer; the Little Man was also voiced full-time here ([[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Wallace]] [[Franchise/ToyStory Shawn]] doing the work there), and many of the other [=DePatie=]-Freleng characters- the Ant and the Aardvark (both reprised by John Byner), the Inspector, and the Dogfather- appeared too, alongside both the Panther and new characters like Voodoo Man.



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[[folder:1964-1980 Original Series]][[folder:1964-80 shorts/series]]



[[folder:The Pink Panther and Sons]]

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[[folder:The [[folder:''The Pink Panther and Sons]]Sons'']]



[[folder: The New Pink Panther Show (1993-1996 series)]]
* AnAesop: Occasionally the 1993 series would venture into it in some episodes.

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[[folder: The New ''The Pink Panther Show (1993-1996 Panther'' (1993-95 series)]]
* AnAesop: Occasionally the 1993 series would venture into it in some episodes.it.



* ArtShift: The episode ''Hamm-N-Eggz'' and the final two episodes of the series listed [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Pink_Panther_%281993_TV_series%29 here]] show why. ''The Texas Toads'', from 1995, is an example.
** ''Hamm-N-Eggz'' looks more like a 1990s Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} animation than a [=DePatie-Freleng/MGM=] production.
*** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6LmC7Kc4ak This is the episode Hamm-N-Eggz, albeit in Spanish, for those who haven't seen it.]]
* ArtEvolution: Compare the early 1993 episodes with the 1995 season.

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* ArtShift: The episode ''Hamm-N-Eggz'' and the final two episodes of the series listed [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Pink_Panther_%281993_TV_series%29 here]] show why. ''The Texas Toads'', from 1995, is an example.
** ''Hamm-N-Eggz''
''Hamm-N-Eggz'', which looks more like a 1990s Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} animation than a [=DePatie-Freleng/MGM=] production.
*** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6LmC7Kc4ak This is the episode Hamm-N-Eggz, albeit in Spanish, for those who haven't seen it.]]
* ArtEvolution: Compare the early 1993 episodes with the 1995 1994-95 season.



* CelebrityParadox: Featuring an unvoiced cameo of Creator/TaraStrong.



* DeadpanSnarker: The Aardvark (but he is voiced by John Byner, so InkSuitActor then?)
* DemotedToExtra: After the episode ''A Nut at the Opera'', the panther did not appear for a full four episodes, excluding ''Driving Mr. Pink''.

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* DeadpanSnarker: The Aardvark (but he is voiced by John Byner, so InkSuitActor then?)
Aardvark.
* DemotedToExtra: After the episode ''A Nut at the Opera'', the panther did not Panther himself didn't appear for a full four episodes, excluding ''Driving Mr. Pink''.Pink'' (which was released in theaters before the notorious flop ''WesternAnimation/ThePebbleAndThePenguin''.



* {{Fanfic}}: Yes, this is one of the most unlikely candidates!
* {{Fanservice}}: The dark-skinned policewoman who [[NoNameGiven has no name]], and appears only in ''Superpink's Egg-Cellent Adventure'' and ''Trains, Pains and Panthers'', is considered an animated version of this trope.
** Not to mention the endless [=deviantART=] pictures of her.



** Also, the episode ''7 Manly Men''.
** ''Hamm-N-Eggz'' had a few of its own, despite Animal Protagonists.

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** Also, the episode entire episodes ''7 Manly Men''.
** ''Hamm-N-Eggz'' had a few of its own, despite Animal Protagonists.
Men'' and ''Hamm-N-Eggz''.



* LampshadeHanging: One of the show's heavily used tropes. InUniverse on the show, it's a trope of legend.
* LowerDeckEpisode: ''All'' episodes for The Inspector (Clouseau), and one with Voodoo Man, another for Manly Man, and the final two episodes, ''Texas Toads'' and ''Ant and Aardvark''.

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* LampshadeHanging: One of the show's heavily used tropes. InUniverse on the show, it's a trope of legend.
tropes.
* LowerDeckEpisode: ''All'' episodes for The Inspector (Clouseau), and one with Voodoo Man, and another for Manly Man, and the final two episodes, ''Texas Toads'' and ''Ant and Aardvark''.Man.



* SuddenlyVoiced: The Pink Panther himself.
* Creator/TaraStrong: Plus a CaptainErsatz[=/=]{{Expy}} of her as well, creating a semi-CelebrityParadox.

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* SuddenlyVoiced: The Pink Panther himself.
* Creator/TaraStrong: Plus a CaptainErsatz[=/=]{{Expy}} of her as well, creating a semi-CelebrityParadox.
himself, and the Little Man too.



* [[ThreeShorts Two Shorts]]: Except the final episodes, which are three shorts.

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* [[ThreeShorts Two Shorts]]: Except the final episodes, which are three shorts.Shorts]



* YouDontLookLikeYou: The Dogfather looks totally different compared to his 1970s version.



[[folder: Pink Panther and Pals (2010)]]

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[[folder: Pink ''Pink Panther and Pals Pals'' (2010)]]
22nd Feb '17 11:44:07 AM TonyG
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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.
24th Jan '17 5:34:35 PM jamespolk
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The Pink Panther is notable as the last great theatrical shorts character, with shorts that ran through UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation all the way up through 1977. Even after the shorts were made specifically for television, they were still released to theaters into the early 1980s. After that, he became the focus of new, TV-only productions.

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The Pink Panther is notable as the last great theatrical shorts character, with shorts that ran through UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation all the way up through 1977.1977, a decade or more after Disney and Looney Tunes and all the other great theatrical cartoon studios had gone out of business. Even after the shorts were made specifically for television, they were still released to theaters into the early 1980s. After that, he became the focus of new, TV-only productions.
27th Dec '16 12:57:12 PM MagnusForce
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* '''Tijuana Toads''': A pair of Mexican toads usually fail in catching food, but are luckier in avoiding the hunger of one '''Crazylegs Crane''' (who later got his own series). This was eventually redubbed into ''Texas Toads'' to be less offensive.

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* '''Tijuana Toads''': A pair of Mexican toads usually fail in catching food, but are luckier in avoiding the hunger of one '''Crazylegs Crane''' and ''The Blue Racer''' (who both later got his their own series). This was eventually redubbed into ''Texas Toads'' to be less offensive.



* '''Hoot Kloot''': The misadventures of WildWest lawman Kloot and his horse.

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* '''Hoot '''Sheriff Hoot Kloot''': The misadventures of WildWest lawman Kloot and his horse.horse Fester.
11th Nov '16 8:15:52 PM JoeG
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* ExploitingTheFourthWall: In one Inspector Clouseau episode the inspector told the artist to comply with law and put the criminal he was chasing behind bars.
24th Oct '16 9:44:36 AM speedyboris
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* {{Funk}}: The music style heard in the 1978-1980 shorts.
2nd Oct '16 12:28:51 PM jamespolk
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The Pink Panther is notable as the last great theatrical shorts character; even after the shorts were made specifically for television, they were still released to theaters into the early 1980s. After that, he became the focus of new, TV-only productions.

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The Pink Panther is notable as the last great theatrical shorts character; even character, with shorts that ran through UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation all the way up through 1977. Even after the shorts were made specifically for television, they were still released to theaters into the early 1980s. After that, he became the focus of new, TV-only productions.
11th Sep '16 10:55:24 AM jamespolk
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In ''Film/ThePinkPanther1963'', the AnimatedCreditsOpening visualized the pink, panther-shaped flaw in the titular diamond as an actual pink panther in an opening sequence created by Creator/DepatieFrelengEnterprises. The credit sequence was so popular that besides becoming the SeriesMascot of the live-action film series, the Pink Panther was given his own series of animated shorts.

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In ''Film/ThePinkPanther1963'', ''[[Film/ThePinkPanther1963 The Pink Panther]]'', the AnimatedCreditsOpening visualized the pink, panther-shaped flaw in the titular diamond as an actual pink panther in an opening sequence created by Creator/DepatieFrelengEnterprises. The credit sequence was so popular that besides becoming the SeriesMascot of the live-action film series, the Pink Panther was given his own series of animated shorts.


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!!''Pink Panther'' cartoons with their own pages:

* ''WesternAnimation/ThePinkPhink'' (1964)

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4th Sep '16 5:04:04 AM erforce
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In 1963's ''Film/ThePinkPanther'', the AnimatedCreditsOpening visualized the pink, panther-shaped flaw in the titular diamond as an actual pink panther in an opening sequence created by Creator/DepatieFrelengEnterprises. The credit sequence was so popular that besides becoming the SeriesMascot of the live-action film series, the Pink Panther was given his own series of animated shorts.

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In 1963's ''Film/ThePinkPanther'', ''Film/ThePinkPanther1963'', the AnimatedCreditsOpening visualized the pink, panther-shaped flaw in the titular diamond as an actual pink panther in an opening sequence created by Creator/DepatieFrelengEnterprises. The credit sequence was so popular that besides becoming the SeriesMascot of the live-action film series, the Pink Panther was given his own series of animated shorts.
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