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After invading a cheese factory, mice Hubie and Bertie have finally had their fill of cheese and figure there's nothing more left to live for. They plan to end it all by surrendering to Claude Cat, who becomes decidedly suspicious.
Elmer Fudd expects to find "west and wewaxation" during his visit to Jellostone National Park, but he sets up camp in Bugs' backyard, and the rabbit (and a neighboring bear) definitely don't have leisure in mind.
Once again, Pepe Le Pew tries to get slinky with the female cat, but his offensive odor prevents it. In this case, he lives in Paris zoo - where everything begins with "le" - and she paints herself like a skunk to get something to eat. In some senses, it seems like if you've seen one Pepe Le Pew cartoon, you've seen (and possibly smelled) them all. But "Scent-imental Romeo" is still really fun. I've long viewed Pepe as the sort of misunderstood person who can't help that he's offensive, because he doesn't know it (and isn't it our stereotype that the French lack hygiene skills?).
But anyway, this cartoon is still a treat. Watching it, you may feel like getting romantic with someone.
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