"Soundstage" a 16 field (13.5" x 33") pan cel art edition of 750
Chuck Jones on Pepé le Pew: "If you can't do it yourself, animate somebody who can–Pepé le Pew, for example. Pepé's sexual confidence is absolute. he sees rejection as no more than a temporary setback, and every pursuit as an interesting variation on the road to inevitable success. (For myself, as an eighteen-year-old I took every expression from every girl as a rejection. If I couldn't find a rejection I liked, I would invent one.)
"Pepé is the individual I always wanted to be, so sure of his appeal to women that it never occurs to him that his attentions might be unwelcome, or even offensive. I tried to make Pepé's confidence a part of my own personality, hoping to share in his sexual success. On the screen it worked."