An English voice talks to the Pink Panther, who is reading a book about secret agents, and suggests to the panther that he become an agent. Intrigued at this idea, the Pink Panther dons a ...
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Night has fallen, and the Pink Panther is looking for a place to sleep. A flop house denies him access, but he fortunately finds a key on the ground that gives him entry to a man's home, in... See full summary »
An eccentric man has built an ark and has filled it with specimens of all animals except one - a pink panther. To complete his zoological collection, the man sets out, rifle in hand, to ... See full summary »
A short, pointy-nosed safecracker intends to rob a safe in a building, but he doesn't realize that the safe is occupied by the Pink Panther, who has made the safe his home. When the ... See full summary »
An alcoholic is returning home from a night of partying and encounters the homeless Pink Panther in a park. He invites the panther to come and stay with him. But he has a wife who ... See full summary »
In South Africa, a talking Pink Panther is the owner of a diamond mine and has unearthed a large gem. He puts it in his safe, which has a combination lock that functions like a telephone ... See full summary »
The Pink Panther encounters a coin-operated talking weight and fortune machine which suggests that he bring it home with him on the basis of it being a valuable asset, able to provide ... See full summary »
The Pink Panther is an amateur violinist who wants to play in the orchestra at a concert but is forcefully removed from the concert hall. The sly panther sneaks into the hall and secrets ... See full summary »
The Pink Panther discovers a door with an hypnotic eye that takes him on a mind trip in a psychedelic book shop adorned by huge letters of the alphabet and managed by a short, pointy-nosed ... See full summary »
The Pink Panther buys a compact, multi-gadgeted car, spray-paints it pink, and goes for a drive with it. The car has a mind of its own and becomes determined to out-speed an elderly lady ... See full summary »
An English voice talks to the Pink Panther, who is reading a book about secret agents, and suggests to the panther that he become an agent. Intrigued at this idea, the Pink Panther dons a trench coat, hat, and pipe and walks nonchalantly on city streets, looking for enemy spies. He comes upon a gang of foreign agents scheming to detonate a series of black-ball bombs, and when they realize he is following them, they shoot him with guns, lure him into a crocodile trap, and, under cover of darkness aboard a train, replace his cigarette with a bomb.Written by
Kevin McCorry <email@example.com>
Cartoons starring the Pink Panther do not belong to my favorites. They always have one or two funny moments but compared to the cartoons from Disney and Warner Brothers they are not good. 'Pinkfinger' is no exception, unfortunately, although it is a little different from other cartoons starring the Pink Panther.
The Pink Panther is a secret agent and communicates with a person off-screen. With the help of that person he tries to catch some of the bad guys. Things do not go as planned, of course.
All things that go wrong with the Pink Panther in this cartoon could be really funny but it gives us only one or two laughs. The first moments are pretty good as well, the ending saves this one a little. Still, not recommended.
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