PEPE LE PEW Limited Edition Cel Sericel WARNER BROS

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FOR SCENT-IMENTAL REASONS Limited Editon Sericel

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Sold Out Limited Edition Sericel (Serigraph Cel) Pepe LePew & Penelope Pussycat "For Scent-imental Reasons" 1949 Edition of 9500 Warer/Linda Jones Ent. (LJE) Studio Seal Warner Bros/LJE Certificate of Authenticity (COA) This classic scene was recreated using the silk screen print process of color reproduction. It is unframed and unmatted. For Scent-imental Reasons is a Warner Bros. Looney Tunes short released in 1949. It was directed by Chuck Jones, written by Michael Maltese, and featured the characters Pepe Le Pew and Penelope Pussycat (all voices were done by Mel Blanc). It won the 1949 Academy Award for Best Short Subject (Cartoons). Although this is not Pepe's first cartoon, this is the first w a cat accidentally gets a white stripe down her back (the first one, "Odor-Able Kitty" had a male cat and the second one, "Scent-imental Over You", had a chihuahua glue on skunk fur), a formula which was then used in all of Pepe's cartoons (with some alterations) from this point on. This cartoon was notorious for silencing then-producer Eddie Selzer's claims that Pepe Le Pew wasn't considered a funny cartoon character. When this cartoon was announced as the winner for Best
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