History Fridge / LooneyTunes

28th Nov '15 11:55:59 AM AnonFangeekGirl
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* Coyote wants to eat the Roadrunner, right? So why does he constantly make plans to catch the Roadrunner that will result in the meat being somehow ruined (methods used include getting the Roadrunner squished by a rock or blown to bits, and at one point, he orders the robot he made to eat the Roadrunner, instead of doing it himself)? Rule number 3 for the cartoons was "The Coyote could stop at any time- ''if'' he was not a fanatic". The rule then quotes George Santayana that "a fanatic is one who redoubles his efforts when he's forgotten his aim." The Coyote has forgotten ''his'' aim: to get a good meal. Now he's totally focused on catching the Roadrunner, and [[DidntThinkThisThrough doesn't know what he'd do if he actually caught his prey]].
13th Oct '15 2:49:05 PM fruitstripegum
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** 1949's "Long-Haired Hare" has a rather disturbing one at the end, as seen in [[http://satamhangover.wordpress.com/2011/08/07/its-been-a-long-time-coming-the-candy-horror-preview-show/ this blog entry]]** In "Scaredy-cat", it's heavily implied that the evil mice ''killed all the town's previous residents''.

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** 1949's "Long-Haired Hare" has a rather disturbing one at the end, as seen in [[http://satamhangover.wordpress.com/2011/08/07/its-been-a-long-time-coming-the-candy-horror-preview-show/ this blog entry]]** * In "Scaredy-cat", "Claws for Alarm", it's heavily implied that the evil mice ''killed all the town's previous residents''.
31st Jul '15 4:03:31 PM LadyEvil
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** Ironically, the taxonomic name for coyotes (''Canis latrans'') translates as "noisy dog" and the Coyote is famous for rarely making a sound.
5th Jun '15 9:28:54 AM Psi001
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** Keep in mind this was the one act that got Daffy ruptures of applause. Either that was one impressive trick In-Universe or Daffy is tending to an audience that hate him [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing THAT much]].
30th Apr '15 7:52:24 PM VMacek
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** And while Porky is technically a pig, he never ''plays'' a pig; he's always a besnouted pantsless man.

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** *** And while Porky is technically a pig, he never ''plays'' a pig; he's always a besnouted pantsless man.
30th Apr '15 7:51:53 PM VMacek
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** And while Porky is technically a pig, he never ''plays'' a pig; he's always a besnouted pantsless man.
30th Jun '14 6:38:04 PM Psi001
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* In line with this, some of the HenpeckedHusband cartoons are astonishingly unrestrained in their DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale. "Life With Feathers" has a bird violently tormented by his wife to point of desperately attempting suicide! Meanwhile "His Bitter Half" (and it's remake "Honey's Money") have a wealthy widow play nice with a money hungry suitor...and then turn into a violent ballbuster the moment the wedding vows are done. In the first short, the son even makes Aside Glances anticipating Daffy's abuse, like he's seen it a million times before. Just how were they widowed precisely???

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* In line with this, some of the HenpeckedHusband cartoons are astonishingly unrestrained in their DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale. "Life With Feathers" has a bird violently tormented by his wife to point of desperately attempting suicide! Meanwhile "His Bitter Half" (and it's remake "Honey's Money") have a wealthy widow play nice with a money hungry suitor...and then turn into a violent ballbuster the moment the wedding vows are done. In the first short, the son even makes Aside Glances anticipating Daffy's abuse, like he's seen it a million times before. Just how were they widowed precisely???
''widowed'' precisely?
30th Jun '14 6:36:31 PM Psi001
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* In line with this, some of the HenpeckedHusband cartoons are astonishingly unrestrained in their DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale. "Life With Feathers" has a bird violently tormented by his wife to point of desperately attempting suicide! Meanwhile "His Bitter Half" (and it's remake "Honey's Money") have a wealthy widow play nice with a money hungry suitor...and then turn into a violent ballbuster the moment the wedding vows are done. In the first short, the son even makes Aside Glances anticipating Daffy's abuse, like he's seen it a million times before. Just how were they widowed precisely???
21st Jun '14 4:36:26 PM ading
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*** As shown in "What's Opera, Doc?" he has no intention of actually killing anyone. In fact, it seems his bullets are totally painless-not once has Daffy (or any other Looney Tune for that matter) shown any sign that being shot actually ''hurts'' them. It seems shooting people is more just bad etiquette rather than anything actually serious.

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*** As shown in "What's Opera, Doc?" he has no intention of actually killing anyone. In fact, it seems his bullets are totally painless-not once has Daffy (or any other Looney Tune for that matter) shown any sign that being shot actually ''hurts'' them. It seems shooting people (or talking animals) in the Looney Tunes verse is more just bad etiquette rather than anything actually serious.
29th May '14 6:15:35 PM Komodin
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** 1949's "Long-Haired Hare" has a rather disturbing one at the end, as seen in [[http://satamhangover.wordpress.com/2011/08/07/its-been-a-long-time-coming-the-candy-horror-preview-show/ this blog entry]]
*** Yes, because Looney Tunes [[SarcasmMode never follows]] CartoonPhysics.
** In "Scaredy-cat", it's heavily implied that the evil mice ''killed all the town's previous residents''.

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** 1949's "Long-Haired Hare" has a rather disturbing one at the end, as seen in [[http://satamhangover.wordpress.com/2011/08/07/its-been-a-long-time-coming-the-candy-horror-preview-show/ this blog entry]]
*** Yes, because Looney Tunes [[SarcasmMode never follows]] CartoonPhysics.
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entry]]** In "Scaredy-cat", it's heavily implied that the evil mice ''killed all the town's previous residents''.
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