An abused cat paints himself like a skunk to get revenge on the cruel butcher, thereby attracting Pepé Le Pew's amorous attention.
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The first Pepé Le Pew cartoon, though in this short he is referred to as Henry (and originally to be called, "Stinky."). Originally titled, "Forever Ambushed." At the high point of the chase, the... (more)
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According to legend, this story was originally meant for the Looney Tunes comic books. But, Chuck Jones went to writer Michael Maltese pleading for a story idea for his next theatrical cartoon. So, he and Mike developed the French skunk idea and that... (read more)
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