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Get ready for more cat-astrophic adventures as the wily Pink Panther stows away on a ship, waits tables, evades a tax collector and hits the slopes in this delightful collection of 27 classic animated shorts!

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  • Actors: Art Leonardi, Nora Armani, Kevork Noubarian, Gerald Papasian, Joe Siracusa
  • Directors: Art Leonardi, Ara Madzounian, Arthur Davis, Friz Freleng, Gerry Chiniquy
  • Writers: Art Leonardi, Dale Hale, David Detiege, Irv Spector, Jack Miller
  • Format: Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: G (General Audience)
  • Studio: MGM (Video & DVD)
  • DVD Release Date: January 31, 2006
  • Run Time: 171 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0009S4J50
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,374 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Pink Panther Classic Cartoon Collection, Vol. 3: Frolics in the Pink" on IMDb

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We love these old movies and she watches them all the time.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Paul J. Mular TOP 1000 REVIEWER on February 2, 2006
For the fan of the Pink Panther who doesn't want to wast his money on the low budget cartoons of the late 1970's here is the final grouping of the classic cartoons of the 1960's and some of the cartoons from the 1970s that were made for the theaters.

1968

Pinkcome Tax (Art Davis)

1969

Pink-A-Rella (Hawley Pratt)

Pink Pest Control (Gerry Chiniquy)

Think Before You Pink (Gerry Chiniquy)

Slink Pink (Hawley Pratt)

In the Pink of the Night (Arthur Davis)

Pink on the Cob (Hawley Pratt)

Extinct Pink (Hawley Pratt)

***last of the first wave of Pink Panther cartoons***

The Pink Panther series gets revived, these were still made for the theaters.

1971

A Fly in the Pink (Hawley Pratt)

Pink Blue Plate (Gerry Chiniquy)

Pink Tuba-Dore (Art Davis)

Pink Pranks (Gerry Chiniquy)

The Pink Flea (Gerry Chiniquy)

Psst Pink (Art Davis)

Gong with the Pink (Hawley Pratt)

Pink-In (Art Davis)

1972

Pink 8 Ball (Gerry Chiniquy)

1974

Pink Aye (Gerry Chiniquy)

Trail of the Lonesome Pink (Gerry Chiniquy)

1975

Pink DaVinci (Robert McKimson)

Pink Streaker (Gerry Chiniquy)

Salmon Pink (Gerry Chiniquy)

Forty Pink Winks (Gerry Chiniquy)

Pink Plasma (Art Leonardi)

Pink Elephant (Gerry Chiniquy)

Keep Our Forests' Pink (Gerry Chiniquy)

Robolink Pink (Gerry Chiniquy)
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27 of 32 people found the following review helpful By mwreview on March 23, 2006
Of the three individual Pink Panther Classic Cartoon Collection DVDs, volume 3 is my least favorite. It has cartoons from 1968-75 and it seems the writers were running out of ideas. A lot of these episodes are bland and uninspired with plots that were done before. A lot of PP chasing things, dogs getting blamed for PP's deeds, insect trouble, etc. There is even a flash back episode ("Pink-In"). It also includes what I think is the worst PP cartoon of all time, "Extinct Pink." PP, dinosaurs and a caveman run around competing over a bone. It has to be seen to appreciate how stupid it is. Not only that but it includes a laugh track!!?? The only episode here that had promise is "Pink Aye," but it ends with the old lounge chair turned lion gag. If you only want to buy one PP DVD, get volume 1. It has "Pink, Plunk, Plink" that includes a cameo appearance by Henry Mancini, "Pink Ice" and "Sink Pink" which feature PP speaking, and "Super Pink" which, even with the laugh track, is one of my favorite PP cartoons. Here's what volume 3 has to offer:

Pinkcome Tax: PP (in Robin Hood style) tries to save a man imprisoned for his inability to pay taxes.
Pink-a-Rella: PP gets his paws on magic witch's wand and turns a poor, plain Jane into a princess so she can win a date with Pelvis Parsely. Funny part: Pelvis tries the slipper on PP.
Pink Pest Control: PP has a termite problem.
Think Before You Pink: PP has trouble crossing the street (uh...yeah).
Slink Pink: PP sneaks into a home with stuffed wildlife and keeps getting the hunter's dog in trouble (this story line had been done several times before).
In the Pink of the Night: PP is not an easy riser.
Pink on the Cob: PP has crow trouble.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Miz Ellen VINE VOICE on August 9, 2008
When you think about it, the Pink Panther cartoons are a precursor to Wall-E. Everything is done in mime. I really like how much of the humor is NOT generated from cruelty. For example, in "Salmon Pink"
the Pink Panther befriends and makes a pet of a fish. There's gentle humor in how the Panther is trapped by his own compassion.

In most of these cartoons, the Pink Panther is interacting with a comic little human, who is mostly nose and hat. "Pink Tuba-Dore" and "Pink Da Vinci" are excellent examples where the Panther torments this annoying little human.

I was struck by the differing artistic styles of the backgrounds. Each is individual in line and coloring. These cartoons are a notch above the other TV cartoons of this period. This is a great piece for a collector and excellent for kids of any age.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nana on December 16, 2010
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When my children were young we would all watch pink panther cartoons. Now, when I talk to my grandchildren about pink panther, they do not know what I am talking about. My children and I try to explain the cartoons but they just don't get it. I ordered the Pink Panther Series, 3 of them, so we could all have a copy. Now, my grandchildren and my children along with myself all what and then talk about the cartoons and have great fun and big laughs. I would rather see them watch pink panther than some of the God Awful cartoon, or at least what they call cartoons, that are on tv today. TALK ABOUT VIOLENCE!!! Get this series for your children and I guarantee that you will not be disappointed. The Pink Panther Classic Cartoon Collection, Vol. 3: Frolics in the Pink
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Stowe on January 30, 2006
Bought this DVD at Sam's Club on 1/29/2006. Went straight home and watched it. It is very excellent. 27 episodes just like we watched as kids. I will certainly buy the whole collection.
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