The Pink Panther Show 1 Season 1969

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1. Pink Blueprint/Bomb Voyage/Pink Tail Fly TV-Y7 CC

Pink Blueprint/Bomb Voyage/Pink Tail Fly

Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
September 6, 1969

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Genres Comedy
Season year 1969
Network MGM
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Customer Reviews

Kids love the old pink panther!
Seth M. Patterson
The quality of the stream was very good both through the iOS app and the Roku channel.
Jon Price
Even with the laugh track, it's funny.
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60 of 64 people found the following review helpful By mwreview on March 23, 2006
Format: DVD
If you want a sample of Pink Panther cartoons without paying for the multi-volume collection, this is the DVD to get. It has the episode where Henry Mancini makes a cameo appearance and it has the two episodes where the Pink Panther speaks (Sink Pink and Pink Ice). These are the early cartoons dating from 1964-67. I have all three separate volumes, and, in my opinion, although there are gems on each DVD, the overall quality of the episodes (in terms of plot and how funny an episode is) declines with the later episodes. These cartoons are mildly amusing. Kids who grew up with the Simpsons would probably be bored, but they are fun for us Gen Xers who remember the reruns as well as Baby Boomers. The cartoons are definitely before the PC age; guns, violence, smoking; it's all here! Here are all the episodes:

The Pink Phink: According to the box, this ep. won an award. PP makes life miserable for a painter to ensure his new home is pink.
Pink Pajamas: PP crashes at the home of an alcoholic who calls his sponsor after seeing PP (probably a worse sign than seeing a pink elephant).
We Give Pink Stamps: PP is in a department store and hassles the custodian.
Dial P for Pink: PP foils a safe burglar. At the beginning, the burglar turns the dial on the safe and it turns on like a radio. He has to unplug it.
Sink Pink: The first episode with voices. A hunter in the safari hopes to build another ark to round up 2 of every animal-but he's missing a PP, which would make a great rug for the misses. PP, himself, speaks in this one.
Pickled Pink: (V) An alcoholic brings home PP and has to hide him from his nagging wife.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Gord Wilson VINE VOICE on March 27, 2007
Format: DVD
From the beautiful graphics on the package cover to the 27 cartoons within, this classic release is in every way a delight. So why not five stars for the felicitous feline? Simply because of the annoying ad you have to skip every time to watch a cartoon. What's more, the ad urges viewers not to steal movies. Ironically, it's addressed to people who actually bought the DVD, the only audience you can be sure didn't steal these cartoons by illegally downloading them.

So this becomes a prolonged exercise in punishing the innocent (I've checked two other volumes in the series and they both have the ad). Why doesn't MGM pay to put their anti-theft message on television where the guilty parties can view it instead of making the buyer pay to see it? I don't know if the deluxe set with all the individual discs in it also has the ad on every disc, but the menu opens with the same graphics, so I suspect it does.

Although I waited for this release with anticipation, it's not worth it having to skip the ad every time to get to the cartoons. Enough is enough. It's time to rebel. As with Shout Factory releases, I will not be running to buy any more MGM cartoons on DVD until I know they are not bogged down with ads.
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42 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Paul J. Mular TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 2, 2006
Format: DVD
For the fan of the Pink Panther that doesn't want to wast money on the later low budget 1970's cartoons. Here is the first part of the classic 1960's cartoons.

1964

The Pink Phink (Friz Freleng, Hawley Pratt)

Pink Pajamas (Friz Freleng, Hawley Pratt)

1965

We Give Pink Stamps (Friz Freleng, Hawley Pratt)

Dial 'P' for Pink (Friz Freleng, Hawley Pratt)

Sink Pink (Friz Freleng, Hawley Pratt)

Pickled Pink (Friz Freleng, Hawley Pratt)

Pinkfinger (Friz Freleng, Hawley Pratt)

Shocking Pink (Friz Freleng, Hawley Pratt)

Pink Ice (Friz Freleng, Hawley Pratt)

The Pink Tail Fly (Friz Freleng, Hawley Pratt)

Pink Panzer (Hawley Pratt)

An Ounce of Pink (Hawley Pratt)

Reel Pink (Hawley Pratt)

Bully for Pink (Hawley Pratt)

1966

Pink Punch (Hawley Pratt)

Pink Pistons (Hawley Pratt)

Vitamin Pink (Hawley Pratt)

The Pink Blue Print (Hawley Pratt)

Pink, Plunk, Plink (Hawley Pratt)

Smile Pretty, Say Pink (Hawley Pratt)

Pink-A-Boo (Hawley Pratt)

Genie with the Light Pink Fur (Hawley Pratt)

Super Pink (Hawley Pratt)

Rock A Bye Pinky (Hawley Pratt)

1967

Pinknic (Hawley Pratt)

Pink Panic (Hawley Pratt)

Pink Posies (Hawley Pratt)
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on July 31, 2006
Format: DVD
Ive always wanted to see a Pink Panther cartoon and now I have. I especially like it because it started on my birthday,December 18;just for me (eventhough I wasn't born yet)These are the great cartoons from 1964-67 starring the pink feline.

1.The Pink Phink:PP competes with the Janitor over whether their house should be blue or pink.

2.Pink Pajamas:PP tries to get a good night sleep but a guy with a drinking problem comes and calls another drunk guy for help.

3.We Give Pink Stamps:This one's my favorite. PP now lives in Gambles Departmant Store but can't let the Janitor see him. So he uses various store products to hide.

4.Dial "P" for Pink:A burglar tries to destroy a safe where PP lives.

5.Sink Pink:The first episode with voices. The first where PP talks. A safari hunter from Texas tries to bring her daughter Norah a furpiece so he builds Norah's Ark to round up all the animals, especially PP.

6.Pickled Pink:A guy takes PP home woth him. But beware of his temperamental wife. She complains about bringing a bum home.

7.Pinkfinger:The first episode with a disembodied voice. PP volunteers to be a secret agent and stop a Russian man.

8.Shocking Pink: The first with a laugh track. A disembodied voice tries to get PP to stop being lazy.

9.Pink Ice:The second and final episode where PP speaks.PP is a miner and two other miners,Hoskins and Devereux try to steal his diamonds.

10.The Pink Tail Fly:PP can't sleep because of a pesky fly.

11.Pink Panzer:A disembodied voice starts a war between PP and Harry (his neighbor)

12.An Ounce of Pink:PP buys a Talking weight Machhine but it's too talkitive and PP constantly has to put a coin in to complete the sentances.

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