Pink arrives on a desert island to meet a man and his dog.
The Pink Panther is marooned on what he supposes is a deserted tropical island. However, there is a Robinson Crusoe living on the island with his faithful dog. The Panther is alarmed to hear sounds of gunfire and supposes himself to be in danger. The dog runs across the Panther's footprints and imagines a pink monster to be on the island. The dog tries to warn Crusoe, but knocks the man into the sea. When the Panther tries to disarm Crusoe, the dog struggles with him to get back the musket. It goes off, shooting the sleeping man. Crusoe gets the notion that his dog is trying to kill him. The following events strengthen the man's notion. A triangular situation of crossed purposes ensues ending with the island's destruction.