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Little Beau Pepé (1952)

After driving the Foreign Legionnaires from their fort with his aroma, lovesick skunk Pepe falls for the camp mascot, a cat who's accidentally gotten a white stripe painted down her back.

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Pepe Le Pew / Foreign Legion Soldiers (voice)
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After driving the Foreign Legionnaires from their fort with his aroma, lovesick skunk Pepe falls for the camp mascot, a cat who's accidentally gotten a white stripe painted down her back.

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29 March 1952 (USA)  »

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Quotes

Pepe Le Pew: How is it that she can sleep when I am so near? We must stoke the furnace of love, must we not?
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Followed by Past Perfumance (1955) See more »

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On the Rue de la Paix
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Music by Werner R. Heymann
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The tale of the biter bit.

The whole premise of the Pepe Le Pew cartoons is based on a whopping bit of irony-a French skunk styling himself as "the great lover" (think Charles Boyer squared) but, for reasons obvious to everyone save himself, he finds it difficult to get a date on Saturday nights. Like a great many would-be Lotharios, when the tables turn, Pepe turns chicken and runs. A very funny cartoon, with a joke that will be particularly enjoyable for horse racing fans, at least older ones anyway. One party-pooper note: by law (unless it's been changed) French nationals cannot join the French Foreign Legion, which, given the name, should be stunningly obvious. Well worth tracking down. Recommended.


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