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B.O. Skunk finds himself attracted to various other animals, but one whiff and they run away. He tries some extreme techniques, including a Frank Sinatra impersonation; that gets the stage mobbed, but they still run away. Finally, he tries camouflaging himself as a fox, only to meet and fall for another skunk disguised as a fox. Written by
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I loved this cartoon. It is so cute and it's funny at the same time. You know, during the beginning and the middle of this cartoon, I do feel sorry for the little skunk. Like nobody loves him until the end that is. The scenes with The Curdina-Bunny and The Frank Sinatra parody were especially hilarious. Who would of thought Frankie was quite a stud back then; I am sure he wasn't that lanky too.
One more thing I would like mention, I am also a hopeless romantic. I mean I love a good romance - neither movie or cartoon. Also I thought this short will be prefect for Valentine's Day along with Pepe le Pew cartoons. Pepe's my favorite cartoon character and Valentine's Day is another favorite holiday of mine.
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