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  1. Odor-able Kitty is a 1945 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Chuck Jones. [2] The short was released on January 6, 1945, and was the first appearance of the romantic skunk Pepé Le Pew. [3] [4] The scriptwriter was Tedd Pierce. Jones, a co-creator of the character, also credited Michael Maltese with contributing to the character concept.

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    After so much abuse (being kicked by a butcher for looking at the meat in the windows, swatted with a broom by a housewife, and beaten up by a bulldog), a cat decides to pose as a skunk using black and white paint, Limburger cheese, onions and garlic so he can scare off his bullies, which all turned out to be successful.

    After raiding a meat shop, the cat relaxes on a field, happy and full. Unfortunately, its stench attracts the unwanted attention of a French-speaking skunk named Henry, who fall

    (1991) LaserDisc

    The Golden Age of Looney Tunes, Vol. 1, Side 2: Firsts

    (1992) VHS

    The Golden Age of Looney Tunes, Vol. 2: Firsts

    (2005) DVD

    Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 3, Disc Four (with optional audio commentary by Michael Barrier)

    This is the first appearance of Pepé Le Pew.

    Chuck Jones, a co-creator for the character, also credited Michael Maltese with contributing to the character concept.

    Pepé is known as Henry in this short. He would not get his name until "For Scent-imental Reasons".

    In this cartoon, Pepé has a wife and two children. This is the only time Pepé is married; in all other cartoons he is a bachelor.

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    ↑ 1.0 1.1 https://tralfaz.blogspot.com/2013/08/odor-able-backgrounds.html

    ↑ Pepe Le Pew. A Looney Webpage. Retrieved on November 2, 2013.

    ↑ Pepe Le Pew: Stinky. Chuck Jones.com. Retrieved on November 2, 2013.

    ↑ 4.0 4.1 Thompson (1998), p. 240-241

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  2. Odor-able Kitty Dari Wikipedia bahasa Indonesia, ensiklopedia bebas Odor-able Kitty adalah sebuah kartun Looney Tunes Warner Bros. tahun 1945 garapan Chuck Jones. [2] Film pendek tersebut dirilis pada 6 Januari 1945, dan merupakan penampilan pertama dari Pepé Le Pew. [3] [4] Referensi [ sunting | sunting sumber]

  3. There is nothing in "Reading the Rabbit: Explorations in Warner Bros. Animation" that says that this cartoon is atypical. The notes section that is referenced merely says that they are picaresque stories, and makes no reference to "Odor-able Kitty" at all. But please be sure to re-add it without checking what the references actually say.

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    Odor-able Kitty is a 1945 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Chuck Jones. It is notable as the first appearance of Pepé Le Pew. The scriptwriter was Tedd Pierce. Chuck Jones, a co-creator for the character, also credited Michael Maltese with contributing to the character concept.

    After so much abuse (being thrown out of a store, beat up, shooed from a house), a cat decides he has to do something about it. So thinking that it make things easier, the cat disguises itself as a skunk using paint and smelly substances. The people fall for the disguise and run screaming. After raiding a meat shop, the cat relaxes on a field, happ...

    The film is not part of the typical formula for the Pepé Le Pew series of cartoons, since the character is "unknowingly" attracted to a male cat. Most of the films in the series are "Picaresque stories of seduction and sexual conquest or its failure". Part of the film's twist ending is that Pepé is revealed as an American skunk who fakes his French...

  4. Odor-Able Kitty 1945 Approved 7 m IMDb RATING 7.0 /10 630 YOUR RATING Rate Animation Short Comedy A cat, tired of being abused by everyone in his neighborhood, disguises himself as a skunk and inadvertently attracts the romantic advances of a real skunk. Director Chuck Jones Writers Michael Maltese (story) Tedd Pierce (story) Star Mel Blanc (voice)

  5. Odor-able Kitty is a 1944 Looney Tunes short released on January 6, 1945 starring Pepe Le Pew. Produced by Eddie Selzer for Warner Bros. Cartoons, it was directed by Chuck Jones and written by Michael Maltese. It was reissued as a blue ribbon in 1950-51 season.