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A hungry Penelope Pussycat disguises herself as a skunk, so she can be fed at the Zoo, but Pepé of course thinks she's the real thing, and uses his Maurice Chevalier impression, in an attempt to win her over.
- When this cartoon was shown on ABC's The Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show, the part where Penelope bashes Pepe on the head with a club (though not a previous scene where she hits him with a mallet) was shortened from three times to one.
- When Cartoon Network (American; overseas Cartoon Network channels have aired this uncut) aired this short, the entire part where Pepe opens a bottle of champagne and tries to serve it to Penelope was cut (this edit is rather odd and a tad ironic, considering that Cartoon Network aired "The Cats Bah"'s beginning, which also had Pepe opening a bottle of champagne, uncut and uncensored while ABC, which left in the champagne part in this cartoon, edited the beginning of "The Cats Bah" because it showed champagne). The edited version also airs on the American feed of Boomerang while overseas Boomerang channels have aired this uncut. Despite Cartoon Network's and Boomerang's American channels deleting this scene, a short clip of it can be seen in the Cartoon Network-made music video, "L'Amour A Une Odeur" (located at the 0:58 mark)
- VHS - Pepe Le Pew's Skunk Tales (Golden Jubilee VHS Collection)
- DVD - Looney Tunes Super Stars' Pepé Le Pew: Zee Best of Zee Best
- Blu-ray DVD - Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 2, Disc One (the Blu-ray version has an optional audio commentary track by Greg Ford and an optional music-and-sound-effects-only audio track)
- "What is the meaning of this, Monsieur? You shall leave from my second." - Pepé Le Pew
- This cartoon marks Pepé Le Pew's first appearance in the Merrie Melodies series, after having remain exclusive to the Looney Tunes series throughout the 1940s (not counting "Fair and Worm-er"). This is also Pepe's first cartoon of the 1950s.
Scent-imental Romeo on the SFX Resource
|Pepé Le Pew Cartoons|
|1947||Scent-imental over You|
|1948||Odor of the Day|
|1949||For Scent-imental Reasons|
|1952||Little Beau Pepe|
|1953||Wild over You|
|1954||Dog Pounded • The Cats Bah|
|1955||Past Perfumance • Two Scent's Worth|
|1957||Touché and Go|
|1960||Who Scent You?|
|1961||A Scent of the Matterhorn|
|1962||Louvre Come Back to Me!|
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