History Film / LooneyTunesBackInAction

17th Sep '16 6:44:25 PM AtticusOmundson
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* HilariousInHindsight: One scene has the animated version of Scooby and Shaggy (the latter at that time still being voiced by Creator/CaseyKasem) criticizing Creator/MatthewLillard over his performance as Shaggy in [[Film/ScoobyDoo the live-action film adaption]] of [[Series/ScoobyDoo the series]]. Who could have guessed that just a few years later, Lillard would go on to become the permanent replacement voice for Shaggy in ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'' and most other animated incarnations.
17th Sep '16 6:43:34 PM AtticusOmundson
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* HilariousInHindsight: One scene has the animated version of Scooby and Shaggy (the latter at that time still being voiced by Creator/CaseyKasem) criticizing Creator/MatthewLillard over his performance as Shaggy in [[Film/ScoobyDoo the live-action film adaption]] of [[Series/ScoobyDoo the series]]. Who could have guessed that just a few years later, Lillard would go on to become the permanent replacement voice for Shaggy in ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'' and most other animated incarnations.
3rd Sep '16 9:22:53 AM dotchan
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* PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad: Porky and Speedy Gonzales are seen commiserating that they can't find work because of this trope. Speedy, because he's been branded a stereotype to Mexicans and Latinos; Porky, because his stuttering is considered offensive to those with speech impediments.

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* PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad: PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad:
** In the Warner Bros. dining area,
Porky and Speedy Gonzales are seen commiserating that they can't find work because of this trope. Speedy, because he's been branded a stereotype to Mexicans and Latinos; Porky, because his stuttering is considered offensive to those with speech impediments.
26th Jul '16 8:54:55 PM AtticusOmundson
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* CartoonPhysics: As to be expected from all the animated characters, but several notable instances are when Daffy uses his OffscreenTeleportation to continually reappear in DJís car no matter how many times he throws him out, and when the spy car stops feet above hitting the ground because it ran out of gas (though this is immediately inverted once Kate points out that [[RealityEnsues physics donít work that way.]])

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* CartoonPhysics: As to be expected from all the animated characters, but several notable instances are when Daffy uses his OffscreenTeleportation to continually reappear in DJís car no matter how many times he throws him out, and when the spy car stops feet above hitting the ground because it ran out of gas (though this is immediately inverted averted once Kate points out that [[RealityEnsues physics donít work that way.]])
26th Jul '16 8:54:01 PM AtticusOmundson
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-->--'''WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck''', to WesternAnimation/BugsBunny

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-->--'''WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck''', -->-- '''WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck''', to WesternAnimation/BugsBunny


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* CartoonPhysics: As to be expected from all the animated characters, but several notable instances are when Daffy uses his OffscreenTeleportation to continually reappear in DJís car no matter how many times he throws him out, and when the spy car stops feet above hitting the ground because it ran out of gas (though this is immediately inverted once Kate points out that [[RealityEnsues physics donít work that way.]])
5th Jul '16 6:46:48 PM dotchan
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-->'''Bugs (dryly)''': Thanks, toots.
5th Jul '16 6:46:09 PM dotchan
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* GravityIsAHarshMistress: When the flying car runs out of gas, it stays in the air until someone points out that laws of physics says they should be falling.

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* GravityIsAHarshMistress: When the flying car runs out of gas, it stays in the air until someone Kate points out that laws of physics says they should be falling.falling.
-->'''Bugs (dryly)''': Thanks, toots.
3rd Jul '16 11:18:53 AM Demetrios
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* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: The government video explaining the ACME Chairman's EvilPlan:
--> '''Daffy''': ''(upon being restored to his original solid self)'': Unbelievable!\\
'''Man in video''': "Unbelievable," you may say.
14th Jun '16 10:35:02 PM Give1Take2
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* DesignatedLoveInterest: Kate and DJ, who are in love because they're the two opposite-gendered human leads in a major motion picture and the script says so. This is Lampshaded in a deleted scene.

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* DesignatedLoveInterest: Kate and DJ, who are in love because they're the two opposite-gendered human leads in a major motion picture and the script says so. This is Lampshaded in a deleted scene.alternate ending, where DJ introduces Kate to his father and admits they haven't kissed yet, they don't really get along, and they have virtually nothing in common; to which she smilingly replies that this could be The One.



* StrangledByTheRedString: Lampshaded in a deleted alternate ending, where DJ introduces Kate to his father and admits they haven't kissed, they don't really get along, and they have virtually nothing in common; to which she smilingly replies that this could be The One.
20th May '16 4:36:16 PM Give1Take2
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* BelligerentSexualTension: DJ and Kate, naturally.



* DesignatedLoveInterest: Kate and DJ, who are in love because they're the two opposite-gendered human leads in a major motion picture and the script says so. This is Lampshaded in a deleted scene.



** The deleted scenes had a ''very'' different opening for the film, which features Daffy as a superhero fighting an evil Elmer Fudd and his organ operated robot-thingy (a CrazyAwesome opening not so different from ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'')--only to reveal that it's Daffy trying to pitch a film idea, with the Warner Bros. complaining that he killed Elmer in the end. Elmer himself runs off crying at the premise.

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** The deleted scenes had a ''very'' different opening for the film, which features Daffy as a superhero fighting an evil Elmer Fudd and his organ operated robot-thingy (a CrazyAwesome opening not so different from ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'')--only to reveal that it's Daffy trying to pitch a film idea, with the Warner Bros. complaining that he killed Elmer in the end. first five minutes. Elmer himself doesn't want to be a bad guy and [[MeanCharacterNiceActor runs off crying at the premise.premise]].



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: All over the place, especially from Bugs and Daffy (as per usual)

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: All over the place, especially from Bugs and Daffy (as per usual)usual).



* IceQueen: Kate Houghton, whom Daffy even calls "icy she-wolf." Leading to...
** DefrostingIceQueen: She warms up over the course of the film, though especially to [[DesignatedLoveInterest DJ]].



* NoSenseOfHumor: Kate, [[{{Irony}} despite being the VP of comedy at Warner Bros]]; something the other characters rib her endlessly for.
** In a deleted scene it's revealed that she actually ''does'' have a sense of humor; it's just a very lousy one. (We're talking {{Knock Knock Joke}}s and {{Incredibly Lame Pun}}s here, people.)



** Over at the next table, Bugs and Kate struggle to come up with a good film idea without Daffy since most of Bug's usual comedy shticks, like cross-dressing, are now frowned upon. It's an uphill struggle, to say the least.
-->'''Bugs:''' Lady, if you don't find a rabbit in lipstick funny, then you and I have nuthin' to say to each other.



* StrangledByTheRedString: Lampshaded in a deleted alternate ending, where DJ introduces Kate to his father and admits they haven't kissed, they don't really get along, and they have virtually nothing in common; to which she smilingly replies that this could be The One.



-->'''Porky Pig:''' F-f-first they told me to lose the stutter, now they tell me I'm not funny anymore! ''[sigh]'' It's a pain in the butt being p-p-politically correct.

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-->'''Porky Pig:''' F-f-first they told me to lose the stutter, now they tell me I'm not funny anymore! funny! ''[sigh]'' It's a pain in the butt being p-p-politically correct.
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