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Louvre Come Back To Me!

Louvre Come Back To Me!

Louvre Come Back To Me! (1962) - Looney Tunes Theatrical Cartoon Series Louvre Come Back To Me!

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  • 1962
  • Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., Vitagraph Releases
  • Warner Bros.
  • Looney Tunes Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Pepé Le Pew, Cat, Female Cat.
  • Vocal Talent: Mel Blanc (Pepé Le Pew), Julie Bennett.
  • Directed By Chuck Jones.
    Co-directed By: Maurice Noble.
  • Produced By David H. DePatie.
  • Animated By Richard Thompson, Bob Bransford, Tom Ray, Ken Harris.
  • Written By John Dunn.
  • Music By Milt Franklyn.
  • Edited By Treg Brown.
  • Backgrounds: Tom O'Loughlin, Philip De Guard.

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Cartoon Summary:

Pepé Le Pew competes with an orange cat for the affection of another girl cat in an art gallery.

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According to legend, Jones had been fired from Warner Bros. around this time. So, I guess he wanted his last Pepe to end with a bang. Although, this cartoon is not quite the bang he had hoped it would be, the attempt is certainly to be admired.
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