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Pepe le Pew arrives in New Orleans, where Fabrette the black cat has been cursed with white stripes like a skunk, interfering with her chances to get married. Of course, a skunk is her perfect match... if she can stand the smell! Written by
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Pepé le Pew:
I must find out what this 'pew' means every time I appear.
[scanning a dictionary]
Pepé le Pew:
Pew, pew. Ah, here it is. Pew. It means... No! No, not me! C'est les ridiculous. C'est impossible pew, no. No Pew!
[mouse climbs out of a manhole as Pepe passes and his nose twitches]
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This is an enjoyable enough short, but with the idea they start with, narration by June Foray and this being a Pepe Le Pew, somehow this one sort of stumbles and lurches along. It may just be me, but the jokes aren't that funny and the dialogue is lame for some reason. The base idea is very inventive, but the story seems forced. Not a bad cartoon by any means. Just not all that good either. Still worth watching at least once. Recommended for big Pepe Le Pew fans.
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