A cat-about-town fancies himself such an irresistible "hunk" he momentarily resembles Victor Mature. His wooing of a cute kitten gets derailed by a prankster dog using a cat hand puppet to trap him.
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Likely also the first Looney Tunes cartoon to use the "bullseye" graphic that Merrie Melodies had been using for six years prior (with Looney Tunes using thicker rings), as well as the first to feature the "Porky in a drum" ending on a plain red background. (The remaining black and white Looney Tunes for 1942 and 1943 continue to use the curtain BG for the closing.) See more
The Hep Cat
Oh, I love the girls and the girls love me / Just like the Sheik of Araby / My fatal charms makes 'em fall in my arms / I am sure a gorgeous hunk of man.
Music by Effie I. Canning
Played when the Dog is in diapers See more