A Pinker Tomorrow - The Pink Panther An distant, bleak, future, Pink Panther wakes up to a colorless world that's ruled by Big Nose's big-brained dog, who commands him to strip Pinky of his color after he finds himself able to spread color all over town. A battle ensues, and Pinky is victorious when he uses paint and music to get the better of the villains. He rejoices before losing his own color, only to find it was all a dream. Pinky is delighted to see the surrounding modern day neighborhood full of color with the lone exception being Big Nose's house, which he's painting gray. And it looks like he's being mentally commanded by his big-brained dog, who's lurking in the shadows.
Smile Pretty Say Pink - The Pink Panther Pink battles with a photographer in Pinkstone National Park. When a photographer refuses to pay the Pink Panther's fee for taking pictures of scenic "Pinkstone Park," the Panther is determined to ruin his photos. In the many zany plots that follow, the Pink Panther cleverly sabotages the poor man's attempts to set up his cameras. Knowing he cannot possibly do battle against such a tenacious adversary as the Panther, the weary photographer finally puts up the fee money, and peace reigns in the park once more.
Lucky Pink - The Pink Panther Pink keeps returning a lucky horseshoe to its bank robber owner - the problem is, the horseshoe only brings bad luck to the thief. A bank robber finds a horseshoe. Thinking that it's good luck, he puts it in his pocket and goes into a bank to rob it. He is immediately set upon by cops. They chase him until he accidentally loses the horseshoe. Then he is able to make his escape. The Panther finds the horseshoe and brings it back to the crook. As soon as he regains possession of the horseshoe, he is again beset by the police. The crook continually tries to lose the horseshoe, but the Panther consistently brings it back to him
Reel Pink - The Pink Panther Pink goes fishing, fighting first with one of his worms, and then with a crab. The Pink Panther decides to do some fishing, so he forces a worm to cooperate with him and to descend into the murky depths to look for fish. The worm tires of this game and ties the end of the Panther's line to another fisherman's outboard motor propeller. When the fisherman starts his motor, the results for the Panther are predictable. The Panther then rents a boat to get where the big fish are, but the worm disengages the sparkplug wire. The Panther then fishes, sitting on the bank, and, unfortunately, hooks up with a rather nasty-tempered crab. At the end, we get the feeling that the Panther may be thinking of getting rid of his fishing gear.
The Hand is Pinker Than the Eye - The Pink Panther A cold Pink sneaks into a house owned by a magician. It is snowing hard, and the Panther, shivering cold, looks in the window of a nearby house and climbs in to warm himself by the fireplace. As he stands with his back to the fire, the fireplace suddenly disappears. The Panther does not know it, but he has entered a magician's house which is rigged throughout with illusions. The Panther then encounters a number of baffling and hilarious situations with magic doors and stairways, trick mirrors, and a trick rabbit. Our poor Pink Panther almost turns white before he can figure out a way to escape from the crazy house.