For characters from the live-action movies, see here.
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- The Ace
- Badass Normal: Shows up in episodes such as Built for Speed, Royal Canadian Mounted Panther in the 1990s series.
- Butt-Monkey: Depending on the Writer but even more on the part of the story, the Panther would often be ahead of his game for the most part, until meeting his match and unexpectedly losing control of a situation. Other times, he'd be behind the 8-ball for most of the short and only get the upper hand in the end.
- New Job as the Plot Demands: In the 1993 series, the Panther (or "Pinky" as some like Granny call him) often had a different job in each short.
- Screwy Squirrel/Karmic Trickster: Depending on the Writer. He's just as likely to be actively mischievous as he is to be completely oblivious that he's making things difficult for another character. Whether he's the former or the latter usually, but not always, comes down to whether or not his victim deserves the treatment.
- The Silent Bob: Subverted, once he became Suddenly Voiced.
- Silent Snarker
- Suddenly Voiced: In the 1993 series by Matt Frewer and Michael Sinterniklaas in the two PC games.
- Plus in "Pink Ice" and at the end of "Sink Pink" by Rich Little (doing an impression of David Niven).
Little Man/"Big Nose"
- The Chew Toy
- Friendly Enemy: In some of the 1993-1995 episodes he was friends with The Pink Panther.
- Grumpy Bear: Even if one could translate his bleh bleh into words it seems likely that it would be (most of the time) into angry mumblings of bleh bleh.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: The one thing that remained consistent about him, no matter his role, is that he could certainly explode into a fit of anger at even minor inconveniences.
- Jerkass: Sometimes. Other times, especially in earlier shorts, he'd play the part of put-upon everyman.
- No Name Given: However, one episode refers to him as "Waldo" but this could equally be an alias.
- Race Lift: The classic shorts would often depict him as being chalk-white from head to toe, before switching to a natural skin tone later on.
- Small Name, Big Ego: At times his ego was his defining trait.
- Suddenly Voiced: By Wallace Shawn in the 1993 series.
- What, Exactly, Is His Job?: He was sometimes portrayed as the Panther's boss/immediate supervisor.
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- Big Bad: In at least 4 episodes: The Inspector's Most Wanted, Pinky's Dilemma, Pink Big, You Only Pink Twice and Rain or Snow or Pink of Night.
- Dartboard of Hate: Directed towards the Inspector.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: This happens in every episode he's in. Especially Rain or Snow or Pink of Night.
- Jerkass: More obnoxious than annoying.
- Knight of Cerebus: He definitely made the show a lot darker at times.
- Large Ham: And HOW!
- Stalker Without a Crush: He hates the Inspector.
7 Manly Men
A duo of a chicken and a pig, they appear in their sole episode Hamm-N-Eggz.