It looks much like it, but the N's aren't the same, then H's are a bit off, and the E is not close.
I was searching for a long time but I finally found it
The original PINK PANTHER title was hand lettered during the 1960s in a bouncy or jumpy headline style using Latin [triangular] style serifs.
The image is the title version used for the recent Steve Martin remake of the movie. Similar but with noticeable differences such as the leg on the _R_. Still looks hand lettered.
A phototypesetting font from the 1960s, called Animated Latin -- NOT THE FONT -- is representative of the style. Patrick Broderick digitized it as Potrzebie -- NOT THE FONT -- in 1997. The only legitimate download is at the Rotodesign 1999 cached page. See link below.
More info on Potrzebie at Fonts in use:
You can see a character set at http://www.identifont.com/find?font=Potrzebie&q=Go
Edited on Oct 06, 2016 at 14:48 by donshottype
Latino Rhumba -- NOT THE FONT -- is another animated Latin.
Edited 2 times. Last edit on Oct 04, 2016 at 17:52 by donshottype
Budbird Normal -- NOT THE FONT -- by John Banks [a digitization of the pre-digital Paris Latin] is another animated Latin.
Edited on Oct 04, 2016 at 17:52 by donshottype
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