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Synopsis


A house painter attempts to pain a house blue, while the Pink Panther is right behind him trying to paint it pink.

VHS Video

United States

The Pink Panther's Greatest Hits
The Pink Panther

Laserdisc

The Pink Panther Animation Archive

DVD

The Pink Panther Classic Cartoon Collection, Vol. 1: Pranks in the Pink
The Pink Panther Cartoon Collection - Jet Pink
The Pink Panther Ultimate Collection
The Pink Panther Classic Cartoon Collection (9 Disc Set - 2009)
The Pink Panther Classic Cartoon Collection (5 Disc Set - 2006)
The Pink Panther 2
The Pink Panther Film Collection

Notes

Awards

Won the 1964 Academy Award (Oscar) for Best Animated Short Film

Milestones

First Pink Panther cartoon.

Distributor(s)

United Artists

Technical Specifications

MPAA Number: 20872
Running Time: 6:54
Animation Type: Standard (Hand-drawn-Cel) Animation
Color Type: Deluxe
Sound Type: Mono
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
Print Type: 35mm
Negative Type: 35mm
Cinematographic Type: Spherical
Original Language: English

Reviews and Comments

From TibbyH :

A classic short of the 1960s, "The Pink Phink" is a wondrous cartoon with a gorgeous simplistic style taken from the drawings of writer John W. Dunn, Friz Freleng's great directing and timing, and DePatie-Freleng's greatest strength: simplisity. This cartoon came about after the enormous success of the animated title sequences of Blake Edwards' comedy, "The Pink Panther", done by Freleng and his newly founded animation studio. Because of that fame, David H. DePatie (co-founder of DFE Films) approached Mirisch Films about the possibility of producing a theatrical cartoon series. United Artists and Mirisch jumped at that chance and the three signed a contract to produce 124 theatrical Pink Panther cartoons. Winner of the 1964 Academy Award for Best Short Subject, "The Pink Phink" is one of the best shorts I've ever seen and one of Friz's best directorial efforts. It spawned a series of enjoyable animated comedies and helped create DePatie-Freleng's other funny theatrical series such as The Inspector, Roland and Rattfink, and The Ant and the Aardvark.


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      Sources

      Isadore "Friz" Freleng: Director
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      Hawley Pratt: Co-Director
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      John W. Dunn: Story
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      Don Williams: Animator
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      Bob Matz: Animator
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      Norman "Norm" McCabe: Animator
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      Laverne "Verne" Harding: Animator
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      Tom O'Loughlin: Backgrounds
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      Bill Orcutt: Production Supervisor
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      Lee Gunther: Film Editor
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      William "Bill" Lava: Music
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      David H. DePatie: Producer
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      Isadore "Friz" Freleng: Producer
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      Hawley Pratt: Director
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      Enrico Nicola "Henry" Mancini: Theme Music
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      Richard "Dick" Ung: Layout
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