One of the most beloved cartoons, as well as one of the classics is La Panera Rosa. And so great has been its success that it has reached the big screen and captivated millions of people around the world.
However, even after you’ve seen her so many times, there may be some things you still don’t know about about a cute character. The Pink Panther was born thanks to a film by Blake Edwards, called The Pink Panter, in 1964. Two more films were soon produced, one of which won an Academy Award for Hollywood.
Due to the resounding success and fame of the Pink Panther, the short comics emerged, which were even more successful and a new character emerged in them: the Inspector.In 1976 there was a whole Pink Panther Show and other new films called “The Pink Panther Attacks Again” and “Revenge of the Pink Panther” were released. So far, this pink feline is quite beloved and known to the audience of all audiences and generations.
The funny thing about it all is that the sex of the Pink Panther is not yet known for certain. On some occasions she has been shown a little more feminine and in others, somewhat manly. In the plot, both of films and serials, the word pink is used in all titles: pink panic, pink car, pink hound, pink ice, pink vitamin, etc.
Like Courage “the cowardly dog,” some consider the pink panther to try to divulge some kind of intentions from a hidden gay agenda. Usually, this kind of interest is mostly focused on the child and youth population, as it is known that between 1 and 8 years of age, it is the stage of greatest brain development and subconscious programming.
Recently, Cartoon Network purchased several rights to it and periodically re-nurates its new chapters.
Phoneia.com (July 28, 2019). The True Story of the Pink Panther. Recovered from https://phoneia.com/en/curiosities/the-true-story-of-the-pink-panther/