3 January 2004 | bob the moo
The usual stuff - not very imaginative but quite amusing
A cat goes out to try and buy some nice perfume for herself, but finds herself confronted by dog after dog. She flees into a nest but finds herself with a streaked of white paint on her back, attracting the attention of Pepe Le Pew.
Pepe Le Pew cartoons are a strange beast. They are nearly all the same joke based around the same characters and it must be hard to keep them feeling fresh. To show that, this film is rather stale and lacks anything that made it stick out in my mind or made me laugh. The plot is the usual `cat with white paint' routine and it sticks to the formula from then on. That's not to say it isn't amusing - it is if you are happy just to accept the same cartoon replayed, but it is not fresh or sparky.
Pepe is an OK character but very much a one joke one. He has a few good lines here. The cat is the usual ratty looking little puss but yet still manages to have no distinguishable character of her own!
The ending is sudden and very poor but overall the short is passable and quite amusing without being laugh out loud funny. Fans of Pepe will enjoy it but it is no different from any other of his cartoons.