A crook disguises a cat as a skunk to scare people out of a bank, but then the great lover Pepe sees her and the chase is on through the French Alps.


(as Charles M. Jones)


(story) (as Charles M. Jones)




Complete credited cast:
Pepe Le Pew / Robber / Cat / Three Bank Customers (voice)


A crook disguises a cat as a skunk to scare people out of a bank, but then the great lover Pepe sees her and the chase is on through the French Alps.

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15 October 1955 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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Pepe Le Pew: Guess who? It is mee. Oh partu pertu le mois, uh partu meet me eentroduce you myself, I am pepe le pew, your lover! So impetuous, but nice.
Pepe Le Pew: You know it is not just a case of physical attraction. I admire her mind too.
Pepe Le Pew: Hello Cherie, all is fare in love and war, aye darling?
Pepe Le Pew: alright butterduck, you have done all that could be expected, you have resisted your natural impulses and have ran away from me. mwooo, mwooo, mwooo, you little flirt, mwoo, mwoo, mwoo. Charming situation is it not? mwoo, ...
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Followed by A Scent of the Matterhorn (1961) See more »


La vie en rose
Music by Louiguy and Marguerite Monnot
Lyrics by Édith Piaf
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Looney Tunes Is Not For Children (a.k.a I Thought This Was A Kid's Cartoon)
7 October 2001 | by (Pennsylvania, USA) – See all my reviews

I mean, really, I did. How could I be so naive (correction: deluded) into thinking the Looney Tunes on Cartoon Network was NOT the same Looney Tunes cartoons I saw when I was but a wee child, because it was!!! Remember how I said that "A Scent Of The Matterhorn" was proof positive that Chuck Jones and Michael Maltese (especially Michael Maltese, God rest his soul) did everything and anything in their own way into making the Pepe Le Pew cartoons...oh, what's the word for it...adult? Well, THAT was proof negative (if there is such a thing). THIS is proof positive.

If you think I have too much time on my hands to write this, well, I do...BUT, let me ask you this...what cartoon in this day and age includes this line, and I quote, "Guess who? It is me! Oh, pardonnez-moi. Permit me to introduce to you myself. I am Pepe Le Pew--your lovair!" followed by Pepe kissing her arm to seemingly no end, shamelessly jumping into the arms of the traumatized Penelope, and convincing her that she tried to whisk him away?

None, that's what. And the shows that DO have lines that are considered risque for virgin ears are usually cancelled within two seasons (i.e., "Toonsylvania", "Mad Jack The Pirate").

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