The Pink Phink, released on December 18, 1964, was the first Pink Pantheranimated short released by United Artists and produced at DePatie-Freleng Enterprises. In this one, the Pink Panther had just moved house and when he went inside he finds a painter painting his house blue. So the panther himself decides to make it all pink. It won the 1964 Academy Award for Short Subjects, animated films. December 18 is the 352nd day of the year (353rd in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar. ... For the Nintendo 64 emulator, see 1964 (Emulator). ... The Pink Panther cartoon character. ... This is a Root page - a common introduction to several more specialised pages. ... The current United Artists logo. ... DePatie-Freleng Enterprises (sometimes abbreviated to DFE) was a Hollywood-based animation production company, active from 1963 to 1981. ... This class was known as Short Subjects, cartoons from 1932 until 1970, and as Short Subjects, animated films from 1971 to 1973. ...
Pink Panther Theme: Henry Mancini
Produced by David H. DePatie, Friz Freleng
Directed by Friz Freleng
Co Director: Hawley Pratt
Story: John W. Dunn
Animation: Don Williams, Bob Matz, Norm McCabe, LaVerne Harding
Layout: Dick Ung
Backgrounds: Tom O'Loughlin
Film Editor: Lee Gunther
Production Supervision: Bill Orcutt
Music: William Lava
Checking: George Grandpre
Ink and Paint: Constance Crawley
Talent Coordinator: Dottie Mullins
Camera: Chris Turner, Jerry Smith, Stephen Berker, Alan Zaslove
Supervising Editor: Dee Futch
Storyline: Charles Ruggles
Executive in Charge of Production: Pierre Davison
Storyboard: Ted Parmelee, Barbara Baldwin, Mark C. Blakeslee, Patrick Thompson, Peter Sullivan, Sybil Riley, Roy Mortia, Bill Saunders, Donald Knight, Vincent D. Kidd
Color Designers: Earl Spiers, Rosemary O'Connor, Trevor Atkins, Sam O'Donnell, Andy Chapman
Sound Effects: Edward Knight
Production Coordinators: Dominic Goyles, Zoran Janjic, Ross Cooper
Sound: Hollywood Records Ltd, The Program Records Productions Inc.
Associate Producers: Timothy Series, Deborah, Harnorge, Jocelyn Christopher
Executive Producer: David H. DePatie
Categories: Animation stubs | 1965 films | Short Film Oscar
The cartoon series was initially produced for theatrical release, and the 1964animated short film The PinkPhink won the Academy Award for Animated Short Film (Freleng's third Oscar).
A third series of cartoons had the Pink Panther speaking with the voice of Matt Frewer (of Max Headroom fame), a move that was controversial with fans who felt that the panther should never speak.
However, two original 1965 Pink Panther cartoons, "Sink Pink" and "Pink Ice" actually did have the character speak, with the voice of Rich Little, who years later would overdub David Niven's voice for Trail...
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