New Release: Pepé Le Pew Collection DVD

Release Date: Dec. 27, 2011
Price: DVD $19.97
Studio: Warner Home Video

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Pepé Le Pew (r.) catches the scent of love in the Pepé Le Pew Collection.

Looney Tunes’ legendary and lovable but overly aromatic French Skunk Pepé Le Pew stars in Looney Tunes Super Stars: Pepé Le Pew Collection, his very own classic short film cartoon compilation 

The suave, smooth-talking Pepé  is always eager to do the right thing by the ladies, though his powerful scent and penchant for over-the-top romancing usually results in some zany situations (and what would surely be a string of sexual harassment suits in today’s world).

Created by animation legend Chuck Jones, Pepé Le Pew was introduced to audiences in 1945 and went on to star in a bunch of memorable Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies shorts. In several cartoons, he has his eye on Penelope, an adorable black feline, whom he sometimes mistakes for a female skunk. In spite of fighting off all his advances, Penelope is relentlessly wooed and pursued by him.

Here’s a list of the 17 cartoons included in the DVD collection, which includes the Academy Award-winning 1949 short “Scent-imental Over You:”

  • Odor-Able Kitty
  • Scent-imental Over You
  • Odor of the Day
  • For Scent-imental Reasons
  • Scent-imental Romeo
  • Little Beau Pepé
  • Wild Over You
  • Dog Pounded
  • The Cats Bah
  • Past Perfumance
  • Two Scent’s Worth
  • Heaven Scent
  • Touché and Go
  • Really Scent
  • Who Scent You?
  • A Scent of the Matterhorn
  • Louvre Come Back to Me!
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