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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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Louvre Come Back To Me! 8 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: damfine,

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.
This time, the formula is shaken up a bit by the addition of a jealous boyfriend. Yes, Penelope is already in a relationship when Pepe makes his intentions known. Along with them playing with the works of art in the museum, the boyfriend angle interupts Pepe's routine in a way that is both refreshing and disappointing. It's refreshing in that we see how Pepe goes about his day when there is some competition this time. But, it's disappointing in that the boyfriend takes up too much of the time. The sequence where Pepe enacts a duel with pistols while the boy cat is trying to hold his breath around Pepe is much too long for the pace of it and brings things to a crawl really. In fact, from the looks of things, that sequence took so long that Jones ended this cartoon with a series of "paintings come to life" gags and ends with the weakest one. A cartoon that started out with such promise ends on a lacklustre note.
Oh well, despite that, this and many other Pepe cartoons from the golden era are still entertaining and well worth a second, third or 200 millionth look. Pepe would never have it so good after that.
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