Gold Silver Bronze and Pink - The Pink Panther Big Nose, White Horse, and Pink Panther compete in the Olympic Games. / To buy a new guitar, Pink Panther competes against wrestling champion Big Nose in order to get money. / Pink Panther and Big Nose compete in a serious game of bowling. / Big Nose and Pink Panther go against each other on a mini golf course. / Aardvark and Hedgehog fight over who gets to eat Ant. / Pink Panther and Big Nose chase after a very coveted baseball. / Pink Panther and Big Nose compete in a series of activities to prove that muscles aren't everything. / Pink Panther's soccer team must play against Big Nose's soccer team of evil robots. / Aardvark tries to learn kung fu in order to catch Ant, but the kung fu master is not who Aardvark expected. / Pink Panther finds the skate park closed so he tries to drain the neighborhood pool to use it as an impromptu skate park. Meanwhile, Big Nose wants to relax in the pool.
In the Pink - The Pink Panther Pink disagrees with a decorator (The Little Man) over what color a house should be. A painter is given the task of painting the inside of a house blue. The Pink Panther, however, has other ideas and completely disrupts the painter's job with his pink paint. Whether painting a wall, a door, or the stairs, the Panther blissfully puts on his pink paint, completely upsetting the painter. When the painter finally manages to paint one complete room blue, the Panther turns on a water sprinkler filled with pink paint as soon as he leaves, and once again the room is pink. This continues until the exasperated painter buries the pink paint in the yard. Soon the grass, flowers, trees, etc. are all pink. The painter, in utter frustration, is forced to give up and slams his head against a pink mailbox.
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.
Pinto Pink - The Pink Panther Pink has a long journey and tries to tame a horse to ride home. A weary, footsore Pink Panther is trying to thumb a ride to Los Angeles when a smart-aleck horse catches his eye, and he decides to ride the poor beast into town. However, the ornery brute has ideas of his own and resists all of the Panther's efforts to saddle him. When the Panther finally does get him saddled, the stubborn beast won't move. In desperation, the Panther devises a zany scheme that quickly moves the horse, but once started there is no stopping him and all ends in catastrophe for the "Pink Cowpuncher!"
Pink Punch - The Pink Panther Pink introduces Pink Punch, but the asterisk on his sign insists on being green. Introducing a new drink called "Pink Punch," the Pink Panther finds a green asterisk on his sign. When he tries to take it off, his finger turns green. When he removes it from the sign, the asterisk returns and makes the entire sign green, but, even worse, turns HIM green. The Panther swats the asterisk and starts to throw him away, only to be interrupted by a giant asterisk. As the Panther is flying a plane with his "Pink Punch" sign trailing behind, the green asterisk falls in love with the propeller, and the two take off together, leaving the Panther in a pinch. Later, the Panther again tries to introduce his "Pink Punch," but the sign and the color have been changed to "Drink Green Punch."
Vitamin Pink - The Pink Panther Based on the traditions of tonic-sellers in the old US west, Dr. Phink sells Vitamin Pink, and has to capture a bank robber he inadvertently gives the pills. The Pink Panther is a medicine man in the wild, wild West, selling a potent vitamin pill aptly called "Vitamin Pink." After rejuvenating an old man, the Panther unwittingly sells a bottle of these vitamins to an escaped convict. Charged with super strength, the convict robs a bank and eludes his the pursuing Panther. The criminal soon runs out of pills and returns to get more from our hero. The crafty Panther secretly slips him "anti-vitamins" which, having the opposite effect, make the villain so weak he can't even open a door to escape. Thus the Panther easily captures the robber and marches away a "Big"
Pink Paradise - The Pink Panther Pink arrives on a desert island to meet a man and his dog. The Pink Panther is marooned on what he supposes is a deserted tropical island. However, there is a Robinson Crusoe living on the island with his faithful dog. The Panther is alarmed to hear sounds of gunfire and supposes himself to be in danger. The dog runs across the Panther's footprints and imagines a pink monster to be on the island. The dog tries to warn Crusoe, but knocks the man into the sea. When the Panther tries to disarm Crusoe, the dog struggles with him to get back the musket. It goes off, shooting the sleeping man. Crusoe gets the notion that his dog is trying to kill him. The following events strengthen the man's notion. A triangular situation of crossed purposes ensues ending with the island's destruction.