"Who Scent You?" (1960) Breakdown Thread

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"Who Scent You?" (1960) Breakdown Thread

Postby Sean Gaffney » Sun Jun 05, 2011 8:49 am

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[note: the only copy of this I have has a Nickelodeon logo. If anyone has a non-logo'd copy that can take screenshots, please let me know.]


Directed by: Chuck Jones
Story: Michael Maltese
Animation: Richard Thompson, Ken Harris, Ben Washam, Keith Darling
Backgrounds: Philip DeGuard
Film Editor: Treg Brown
Voice Characterization: Mel Blanc
Music: Milt Franklyn

Series: Looney Tunes
Release Date: April 23, 1960
Production Number: 1492
MPAA Number: 19260

Synopsis: A fantastic cruise ship is the place to be for all the cool and rich people - but not for the female cat who is desperate to see the sights. After getting tossed off the ship, she squeezes under a freshly-painted gate and sneaks onboard - leaving a white stripe down the center of her back. She is then spotted by Pepe LePew, who quickly scampers onboard and spends the rest of the cartoon wooing her, with limited success. Even escaping in a life boat does not get rid of Pepe.

Video Availability:
Pepe LePew's Skunk Tales VHS (WB Golden Jubilee) (WHV; 1985)

Music Used:
Chérie, I Love You (Chérie, je t'aime) (Lillian Goodman). 1926.
How Dry I Am (traditional; popularized by Irving Berlin in The Near Future). 1919.
The Band Played On (John F. Palmer/Charles B. Ward). 1895.
April in Paris (E.Y. Harburg/Vernon Duke). From the 1932 Broadway musical Walk A Little Faster.
The Kiss Waltz (Al Dubin/Joe Burke). 1930.
On the Rue de la Paix (Werner R. Heymann/Ted Koehler). From the 1937 WB movie The King and the Chorus Girl.
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Postby Sean Gaffney » Sun Jun 05, 2011 8:51 am

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Postby mickeyfender » Mon Jun 27, 2011 10:51 am

A quick correction to a music listing:

The music to the above-listed On the Rue de la Paix was composed by Werner R. Heymann, not by the lyricist Edward Heyman.

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Postby Sean Gaffney » Mon Jun 27, 2011 12:50 pm

mickeyfender wrote:A quick correction to a music listing:

The music to the above-listed On the Rue de la Paix was composed by Werner R. Heymann, not by the lyricist Edward Heyman.


Fixed. Thanks!

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Postby Fibber Fox » Tue Jun 28, 2011 8:36 pm

I can't picture Pepé showing with The Apartment, but it happened. Nice little Pepé drawing on the ad.

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