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 ...
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Penelope, an American tourist cat who's gotten a white stripe of paint down her back, is pursued through the Casbah by the amorous skunk Pepe Le Pew, who woos her with his rendition of "As Time Goes By."
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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
Thomas Pluck <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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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I like the Pepe Le Pew cartoons, they are not among my favourite Looney Tunes cartoons but they are fun to watch. Really Scent is not one of his best, but it is one of his most interesting. True it is not For Scent-imental Reasons- my contender for Pepe Le Pew's best- and it is one of not that many that doesn't try to be. Instead it does have an interesting idea that is done well. The decision to have Pepe realising how terrible he smells may initially seem strange and out of character for him, but it was a nice change of pace. The story does have its forced moments and the sight gags are only mildly amusing rather than razor-sharp hilarious. I have to say though that the tables turning the tables on Pepe was great. However, it does look beautiful, the colours and backgrounds are very elegant especially. The music has incisive and lively energy, the pacing is crisp, the dialogue has cleverness and wit and Pepe, ever the romantic, is on top form. Fabrette is a nice contrast. Mel Blanc as always give superb voice characterisations, and June Foray doing the narration doesn't put a foot wrong either. In conclusion, enjoyable but not great. 8/10 Bethany Cox
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