Finding immediate fame in the opening title sequence of Blake Edwards’ 1964 classic comedy The Pink Panther, the feline embodiment of the Swinging Sixties cool quickly become the star of his own animated shorts produced by the DePatie-Frelend Studio.
In the sixth and final volume of Pink Panther shorts, produced primarily for The All New Pink Panther Show, the animators at DePatie-Freleng revisited some of the character’s most hilarious and endearing situations.Learn more
DePatie-Freleng’s The Dogfather™ centers around a bumbling pack of canine mafiosi. Backed by his overgrown henchman Pug and the diminutive Louie (voice artist extraordinaire Daws Butler) and the mumble-mouthed Dogfather.Learn more
This collection includes 22-cartoon in chronological order from 1971 to 1975 - Having established himself as a bone fide TV star in 1969-70, the Pink Panther returns to the fine art of making theatrical shorts in 1971.Learn more
With his signature catch phrase “Gotcha!” and his sidekick Catfish (the incomparable Arnold Stang) the German-accented great white (voiced by Arte Johnson of TV’s Laugh-In) swam for a remarkable 34 episodes.Learn more
The screen's most comically inept detective wreaks havoc on the boulevards of Paris as he, with the help of his sidekick Deux Deux, wages a single-minded (and narrow-sighted) battle for justice.Learn more
This collection includes 22 Pink Panther cartoon from 1968 to 1969 - By the end of the 1960s, The Pink Panther had achieved the status of iconic cartoon character, and the cosmopolitan cat left his big-city habitat and began crossing into more universal comedy settingsLearn more
This 6-disc collection includes The Blue Racer (17 cartoons), Sheriff Hoot Kloot (17 cartoons), The Dogfather (17 cartoons), Misterjaw (34 cartoons) and Crazylegs Crane (16 cartoons). Loaded with Extras!Learn more