Scent-imental Over You
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|Scent-imental Over You|
|Looney Tunes (Pepé Le Pew) series|
The December 26, 1953 Blue Ribbon reissue title card of Scent-imental Over You.
|Directed by||Chuck Jones|
|Produced by||Edward Selzer|
|Story by||Michael Maltese
|Narrated by||Bea Benaderet (uncredited)|
|Voices by||Mel Blanc (Pepé Le Pew)
Bea Benaderet (various female dogs)(uncredited)
|Music by||Carl Stalling|
|Animation by||Ken Harris
A.C. Gamer(effects animation)
|Layouts by||Robert Gribbroek|
|Backgrounds by||Peter Alvarado|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros. Pictures|
|Release date(s)||March 8, 1947|
|Running time||7 min (one reel)|
Scent-imental Over You is a Warner Bros. Looney Tunes animated short film featuring Pepé Le Pew (though he is still referred to as "Stinky" in this short). It was produced by Eddie Selzer, directed by Chuck Jones, and written by Michael Maltese and Tedd Pierce. It was originally released on March 8, 1947, and reissued on December 26, 1953.
A small Mexican hairless dog, wanting to be friends with the other dogs on Park Avenue, decides to borrow a fur coat and enter the dog show. Unfortunately, she borrows a skunk pelt by accident and frightens the other dogs. She soon cries that nobody loves her, and soon attracts the unwanted attentions of the amorous Pepé Le Pew. After he corners her in his house, she finally removes the pelt and Pepé reveals he's wearing a mask, showing that he's a dog and the two embrace. Another mask removal proves Pepé is indeed a skunk who doesn't care that his love interest is a dog.
- Scent-imental Over You at the Internet Movie Database
- Scent-imental Over You at the Big Cartoon DataBase
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