A Pink Christmas Story Detail
Holiday time is upon us, carols are being sung in church, Santa is in the streets, and kids are playing in the snow. The Pink Panther is alone, cold and hungry on a Central Park bench in 1890s New York. His pursuit of a meal leads him to the true meaning of Christmas, rescuing the Pink Panther from what appears to be a blue Yuletide. The Pink Panther is asleep on the bench. He awakens to eat his last pea; a bird flies by and takes it. The panther smells chestnuts roasting in the street. Lured by their aroma, he realizes that he has no money. He finds a storm vent with steam rising, but a cop runs him off. He finds a package in the street. Opening it, he finds that it contains a Santa suit. He dons the suit and continues on down the street. A store manager rushes out and asks him to say "Ho, Ho." Satisfied, the manager hires him to entertain children. His hunger returning, the Pink Panther is tempted by a little girl's cookie. Hunger wins out, and the store manager chases him away. The Pink Panther hides in a doll display, where the children abuse him. Going to the park, he attempts to eat birdseed, only to be chased away by an old woman. He decides to do a good deed and shovel snow from a door. Begging for food, he is chased away by a woman. Seeing a sign for free food, he gets in line at a mission. His turn comes up, but it's too late, and there's no food left. In hopes of a meal, he helps the cops catch a criminal. They lock up the criminal and feed him a holiday meal, kicking the Pink Panther out. He finds a doughnut in the street and begins to take a bite when he sees a small puppy staring at him. The panther gives him the doughnut. The puppy leads the Pink Panther back to the snow-covered park bench. A Christmas tree appears from the sky. Next, there's a table laden with food. As the panther and the puppy begin to eat from their bounty, they look up to see Santa flying away in his sleigh. "And a Pink Christmas to all."
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