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Pepe Le Pew  - French speaking skunk created by Chuck Jones and Michael Maltese for the Warner Brothers Looney Tunes cartoon The Odor-able Kitty (1/6/1945).

Pepe Le Pew

Pepé Le Pew (voice of Mel Blanc) thought he was irresistible to the female of his species and so he pursued them with a passion. "Ah, my little darling, it is love at first sight, is it not, no? (kiss kiss kiss)."

In the cartoon For Scentimental Reasons (1949), and later cartoons, Pepé persistently pursued a reluctant black male cat who accidentally resembled a female skunk (a stripe of white paint falls on its back).

Pepé's name and voice are derived from Charles Boyer's Pepé Le Moko character in the film Algiers (1938).

Looney Tunes Comic - Pepe Le Pew

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