In some part, the lampoon of Boyer spread owing to its use by Looney Tunes cartoon character Pepé Le Pew , himself a spoof of Boyer as Pépé le Moko.  The amorous skunk used "Come with me to ze Casbah" as a pickup line. In 1954, the Looney Tunes cartoon The Cats Bah which specifically spoofed Algiers , the skunk enthusiastically declared to Penelope the Cat, "Do not come with me to ze Casbah … We shall make beautiful musics [sic] togezzer right 'ere!"
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3. "Detroit" (2017)
Bigelow often works in layers, an approach that keeps us perpetually off-balance. You won’t find a moment to regain your equilibrium while watching her anguished depiction of 1967’s Detroit riots. In focusing tightly on the brutalization of several young black men (including a haunting Algee Smith) at the hands of white police officers, she’s made an American horror film that uses the past to invoke the present. The results are often as distressingly tender as they are unflinchingly traumatizing.