Production info

Pink Sphinx
USA, 1993  TV  

TV-series The Pink Panther

Matt Frewer (Pink Panther's voice)

  

In ancient Egypt, the Pink Panther's novel design of a pyramid helps him win the order for building the pharaoh's daughter a new tomb. Much to the dismay of the court architect, who tries everything to stop the project from succeeding.

Episode from third incarnation of the popular animated TV-series "The Pink Panther" which ran from 1993 to 1995. Earlier, animated series starring the Pink Panther ran as "The Pink Panther Show" from 1969 to 1978 and as "Pink Panther and Sons" from 1984 to 1985. The Pink Panther Ultimate Guide (2005) by Jerry Beck apparently list this episode as "Cleopanthera", but I haven't been able to confirm this from other sources.


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