1015 S. 16th Ave
5-7pm for the opening reception on Juanuary 18. This exhibition is a blast from the past, spying on the Pink Panther as an example of popular culture while uncovering his contribution to 20th century animation.
The Pink Panther was created by Friz Freleng for the opening title sequence of Blake Edwards' 1963 film, The Pink Panther, starring Peter Sellers as the bumbling Inspector Clouseau, out to catch the thief of a legendary diamond called the "Pink Panther". Accompanied by Henry Mancini's mod jazz beat, Freleng's animated Pink Panther moved across the silver screen, straight into superstar status. This exhibit is on loan from the Daura Gallery in Lynchburg, Virginia. The Pink Panther TM and 1964-2006 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios.
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