History Headscratchers / LooneyTunes

24th Jun '16 5:26:42 PM nombretomado
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** Somebody must have realized this in the Animation Renaissance of TheNineties, as Sam was often shown without it in shows like TinyToonAdventures (where he was a teacher and, later, asst. principal). This Troper thinks he looked naked without it.

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** Somebody must have realized this in the Animation Renaissance of TheNineties, as Sam was often shown without it in shows like TinyToonAdventures ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' (where he was a teacher and, later, asst. principal). This Troper thinks he looked naked without it.
3rd May '16 5:58:11 AM HaggisMcCrablice
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** Somebody must have realized this in the Animation Renaissance of TheNineties, as Sam was often shown without it in shows like TinyToonAdventures (where he was a teacher and, later, asst. principal). This Troper thinks he looked naked without it.
22nd Jan '16 6:27:38 PM ErichoTOME
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** WordOfGod says he's simply a fanatic who will never give up and it's simply his hobby.
15th Oct '15 9:22:34 AM Mau-Kun
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* So Willie E. Coyote has money to buy all those unuseful Roadrunner-hunting machines but he has no money to buy food?
7th Jul '15 11:01:01 AM nombretomado
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** According to "The Big Snooze" (1946), Elmer made a contract with WarnerBros to chase the same rabbit, aka Bugs Bunny, for the benefit of the LooneyTunes. The plot of the episode is that, he doesn't actually want to chase Bugs and be humiliated, but he does so anyway because he promised the company. Also seen in this short, he's always in Bugs' presence simply because he can't escape him. When he tried, Bugs proceeded to annoy him until he returned to his contract. Maybe it's just me, but I would sure as hell chase down a rabbit if he constantly bugged me hours on end.

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** According to "The Big Snooze" (1946), Elmer made a contract with WarnerBros to chase the same rabbit, aka Bugs Bunny, for the benefit of the LooneyTunes.WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes. The plot of the episode is that, he doesn't actually want to chase Bugs and be humiliated, but he does so anyway because he promised the company. Also seen in this short, he's always in Bugs' presence simply because he can't escape him. When he tried, Bugs proceeded to annoy him until he returned to his contract. Maybe it's just me, but I would sure as hell chase down a rabbit if he constantly bugged me hours on end.
22nd Nov '14 7:14:11 AM ading
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** Chuck Jones described Wile E. Coyote using George Santayana's definition of a fanatic-"someone who redoubles his effort when he has forgotten his aim". He doesn't care about eating the roadrunner anymore, he just wants this one particular bird DEAD.
22nd Nov '14 7:09:58 AM ading
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** That is typical of cartoon villains.
14th Sep '14 3:24:14 PM ading
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** [[RuleOfFunny Depends on what's funnier.]]
3rd Sep '14 12:38:05 PM MelancholyUtopia
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* I've always wondered and - forgive me if I'm incredibly dense - but is the Roadrunner as smart as Wile E. Coyote or is he dumb? As he is a bird, the way he regards Coyote's attempts at catching him looks like he's full-on oblivious to it rather than careless, and has the speed as his luck to escape whenever he does feel threatened. On the other hand, he has displayed minor hints of competency when dealing with his foe (like in the newer CGI shorts of ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow''), so he can't be flat out stupid after all. This is really confusing. Is he a bird-brain, or is he a MagnificentBastard to all of Wile's advances?
3rd Sep '14 12:17:04 AM MelancholyUtopia
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** According to "The Big Snooze" (1946), Elmer made a contract with WarnerBros to chase the same rabbit, aka Bugs Bunny, for the benefit of the LooneyTunes. The plot of the episode is that, he doesn't actually want to chase Bugs and be humiliated, but he does so anyway because he promised the company. Also seen in this short, he's always in Bugs' presence simply because he can't escape him. When he tried, Bugs proceeded to annoy him until he refined his contract. Maybe it's just me, but I would sure as hell chase down a rabbit if he constantly bugged me hours on end.

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** According to "The Big Snooze" (1946), Elmer made a contract with WarnerBros to chase the same rabbit, aka Bugs Bunny, for the benefit of the LooneyTunes. The plot of the episode is that, he doesn't actually want to chase Bugs and be humiliated, but he does so anyway because he promised the company. Also seen in this short, he's always in Bugs' presence simply because he can't escape him. When he tried, Bugs proceeded to annoy him until he refined returned to his contract. Maybe it's just me, but I would sure as hell chase down a rabbit if he constantly bugged me hours on end.
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