Odor of the Day
Studio: Warner Bros. Release Date : October 2, 1948 Series: Looney Tunes
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A dog is looking for refuge from the cold and finds a nice warm house, but he doesn't realize that it belongs to Pepe Le Pew.


Pepe LePew
(Voice: Melvin Jerome "Mel" Blanc)


Note: "Unverified" credits may not be correct and should be taken with a grain of salt.


Arthur "Art" Davis


Jose Cuauhtemoc "Bill" Melendez
Don Williams
Emery Hawkins
Basil Davidovich


Lloyd Turner


Carl W. Stalling


Philip "Phil" de Guard


Melvin Jerome "Mel" Blanc


Don Smith


Edward "Eddie" Selzer (unverified)

Film Editor

Treg Brown (unverified)


Warner Bros.


  • Pepe le Pew cartoon only has a single line of dialogue in this cartoon.


United States

Pepe Le Pew's Skunk Tales
Looney Tunes Collector's Edition - Cartoon Superstars


United States

Pepe Le Pew - Zee Best of Zee Best

Technical Specifications

Running Time: 7:30
Production No.: 1093
MPAA No.: 12509
Animation Type: Standard (Hand-drawn-Cel) Animation
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
Color Type: Cinecolor
Sound Type: Mono
Print Type: 35mm
Negative Type: 35mm
Cinematographic Format: Spherical
Original Language: English
Original Country: United States

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From PopKorn Kat :

There’s some controversy over whether Pepe Le Pew and the skunk from this short are the same character or not. Warner Bros. takes the former stance, as this short has been included on the “Pepe Le Pew’s Skunk Tales” and “Zee Best of Zee Best” videos. Remember that Pepe was referred to as just “Stinky” on model sheets for “Forever Ambushed”, a working title for “Scent-imental Over You”. (As far as I know, original titles to “Odor-able Kitty” and “Scent-imental Over You” have yet to be found. Pepe’s name is mentioned on the Blue Ribbon titles for the latter, though.) I have serious doubts that the skunk in this short and Pepe are one and the same – while their designs are close, that’s where the similarities end. There’s no French accents or lady-pursuing in Davis’ short, but we do get a one-on-one fight between a dog and a skunk.
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From PopKorn Kat :

I feel I need to issue a correction. I have been notified by tashlinfan44 and nickramer that the skunk in this short was indeed Pepe Le Pew, according to Thad on Cartoon Logic. So...disregard my last comment. I...haven't listened to Cartoon Logic in a while. (sweat)
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