28 March 2017 | gregoryofthepillar
I Never Thought He Has Kids
I've been knowing the Pink Panther for over two decades. I first saw the character in a 1960s TV series back in the 1990s. Also in the 1990s, the character appears in another TV series where he spoke more often rather than being silent.
I later learned that the Pink Panther made his debut appearance in a live-action film franchise in the 1960s. In the those films, the Pink Panther mainly refers to the pink gem (which some characters try to steal) rather than the character. Overtime, however, the character became more relevant, thus spawning numerous cartoons featuring him.
While I have known the Pink Panther as an iconic character, I absolutely had no idea he has a pair of sons. This was until I came across this show while reading articles about the character in Wikipedia. I wonder, while the character is famous, why is this show in the realm of obscurity? Perhaps it had something to do with who plays who in the series. While the older son is played by a guy, the younger son is played by a bimbo. Maybe the show would have been much more appreciated if they are both played by guys. Therefore, we could have seen more of them in later shows. People who make such visual media should be 100% devoted to tradition.