History Heartwarming / LooneyTunes

23rd Nov '16 1:26:33 PM themisterfree
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** At the end of 1963's "Woolen Under Where", Ralph is all set to blast Sam to kingdom come, but the [[PunchClockVillain clock whistles to indicate the end of their shifts]]. Sam and Ralph head home for the day, with Sam good-naturedly telling Ralph, "Better luck next time." As the two walk into the sunset, Sam says, "Good to be alive." Awww. Especially when you realize this was their final theatrical short. Interestingly, this ending also counts as a HeartwarmingInHindsight if you realize that Mel Blanc, who voiced both of these characters and many, many others, almost ''died'' in a car accident in 1961. So the ending line could almost be seen as a RealitySubtext of Blanc pulling through and continuing to voice these famous characters. Good to be alive, indeed.

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** At the end of 1963's "Woolen Under Where", Ralph is all set to blast Sam to kingdom come, but the [[PunchClockVillain clock whistles to indicate the end of their shifts]]. Sam and Ralph head home for the day, with Sam good-naturedly telling Ralph, "Better luck next time." As the two walk into the sunset, Ralph comments "Nice day, huh Sam?" Sam says, "Good responds, "Yep. Good to be alive." Awww. Especially when you realize this was their final theatrical short. Interestingly, this ending also counts as a HeartwarmingInHindsight if you realize that Mel Blanc, who voiced both of these characters and many, many others, almost ''died'' in a car accident in 1961. So the ending line could almost be seen as a RealitySubtext of Blanc pulling through and continuing to voice these famous characters. Good to be alive, indeed.
18th Sep '16 4:42:34 PM themisterfree
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* I think a lot of the cartoons with Sam Sheepdog and Ralph Wolf count. They're locked in a perpetual fight for the sheep, but at the end of the day, they punch their clocks and leave together as the best of friends.

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* I think a A lot of the cartoons with Sam Sheepdog and Ralph Wolf count. They're locked in a perpetual fight for the sheep, but at the end of the day, [[PunchClockHero they punch punch]] [[PunchClockVillain their clocks clocks]] and leave together as the best of friends.friends.
** At the end of 1963's "Woolen Under Where", Ralph is all set to blast Sam to kingdom come, but the [[PunchClockVillain clock whistles to indicate the end of their shifts]]. Sam and Ralph head home for the day, with Sam good-naturedly telling Ralph, "Better luck next time." As the two walk into the sunset, Sam says, "Good to be alive." Awww. Especially when you realize this was their final theatrical short. Interestingly, this ending also counts as a HeartwarmingInHindsight if you realize that Mel Blanc, who voiced both of these characters and many, many others, almost ''died'' in a car accident in 1961. So the ending line could almost be seen as a RealitySubtext of Blanc pulling through and continuing to voice these famous characters. Good to be alive, indeed.



* Any time Pepe and Penelope are shown to have mutual affection for each other is touching, sadly such scenes usually don't last very long.

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* Any time Pepe and Penelope are shown to have mutual affection for each other is touching, sadly touching. Sadly, such scenes usually don't last very long.



* While the De Patie Freleng short "Fiesta Fiasco" is [[DorkAge hardly among the gems of the series]], it must mean something that Speedy went out of his way to organize a surprise birthday party for [[UnpopularPopularCharacter Daffy]] [[NoRespectGuy Duck]]. Extra points for actually being made during 1967; Daffy's 30th birthday.

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* While the De Patie Freleng Depatie-Freleng short "Fiesta Fiasco" is [[DorkAge hardly among the gems of the series]], it must mean something that Speedy went out of his way to organize a surprise birthday party for [[UnpopularPopularCharacter Daffy]] [[NoRespectGuy Duck]]. Extra points for actually being made during 1967; Daffy's 30th birthday.



* At the end of 1963's "Woolen Under Where", Ralph is all set to blast Sam to kingdom come, but the [[PunchClockVillain clock whistles to indicate the end of their shifts]]. Sam and Ralph head home for the day, with Sam good-naturedly telling Ralph, "Better luck next time." As the two walk into the sunset, Sam says, "Good to be alive." Awww. Interestingly, this ending also counts as a HeartwarmingInHindsight if you realize that Mel Blanc, who voiced both of these characters and many, many others, almost ''died'' in a car accident in 1961. So the ending line could almost be seen as a RealitySubtext of Blanc pulling through and continuing to voice these famous characters. Good to be alive, indeed.
10th Jan '16 7:58:53 PM brb1006
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* The ending of "Go Fly a Kit", where the flying cat and the female cat he saved reunite every spring. As the two sweetly stare into each others' eyes, their kittens come into view.

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* The ending of "Go Fly a Kit", where the flying cat and the female cat he saved reunite every spring. As the two sweetly stare into each others' eyes, their kittens come into view.view.
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YhAye7f67Xk This AT&T Valentine's Day commercial]] which features Pepe and Penelope communicating with each other by using phones.
1st Jan '16 8:11:16 AM speedyboris
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* The ending of "Nelly's Folly" - Nelly has lost her fame and fortune due to having an affair with a married giraffe, and her lover wants nothing to do with her. Back in Africa, she's sadly singing to her animal friends (every single one of whom is in tears), when another male giraffe starts singing along with her, leading to LoveAtFirstSight.

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* The ending of "Nelly's Folly" - Nelly has lost her fame and fortune due to having an affair with a married giraffe, and her lover wants nothing to do with her. Back in Africa, she's sadly singing to her animal friends (every single one of whom is in tears), when another male giraffe starts singing along with her, leading to LoveAtFirstSight.LoveAtFirstSight.
* The ending of "Go Fly a Kit", where the flying cat and the female cat he saved reunite every spring. As the two sweetly stare into each others' eyes, their kittens come into view.
7th Nov '15 6:57:01 AM fruitstripegum
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* At the end of 1963's "Woolen Under Where", Ralph is all set to blast Sam to kingdom come, but the [[PunchClockVillain clock whistles to indicate the end of their shifts]]. Sam and Ralph head home for the day, with Sam good-naturedly telling Ralph, "Better luck next time." As the two walk into the sunset, Sam says, "Good to be alive." Awww. Interestingly, this ending also counts as a HeartwarmingInHindsight if you realize that Mel Blanc, who voiced both of these characters and many, many others, almost ''died'' in a car accident in 1961. So the ending line could almost be seen as a RealitySubtext of Blanc pulling through and continuing to voice these famous characters. Good to be alive, indeed.

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* At the end of 1963's "Woolen Under Where", Ralph is all set to blast Sam to kingdom come, but the [[PunchClockVillain clock whistles to indicate the end of their shifts]]. Sam and Ralph head home for the day, with Sam good-naturedly telling Ralph, "Better luck next time." As the two walk into the sunset, Sam says, "Good to be alive." Awww. Interestingly, this ending also counts as a HeartwarmingInHindsight if you realize that Mel Blanc, who voiced both of these characters and many, many others, almost ''died'' in a car accident in 1961. So the ending line could almost be seen as a RealitySubtext of Blanc pulling through and continuing to voice these famous characters. Good to be alive, indeed.indeed.
* The ending of "Nelly's Folly" - Nelly has lost her fame and fortune due to having an affair with a married giraffe, and her lover wants nothing to do with her. Back in Africa, she's sadly singing to her animal friends (every single one of whom is in tears), when another male giraffe starts singing along with her, leading to LoveAtFirstSight.
10th Oct '15 6:57:47 PM speedyboris
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* At the end of "Woolen Under Where", Ralph is all set to blast Sam to kingdom come, but the [[PunchClockVillain clock whistles to indicate the end of their shifts]]. Sam and Ralph head home for the day, with Sam good-naturedly telling Ralph, "Better luck next time." As the two walk into the sunset, Sam says, "Good to be alive." Awww. Interestingly, this ending also counts as a HeartwarmingInHindsight if you realize that Mel Blanc, who voiced both of these characters and many, many others, almost ''died'' in a car accident in 1961. So the ending line could almost be seen as a RealitySubtext of Blanc pulling through and continuing to voice these famous characters. Good to be alive, indeed.

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* At the end of 1963's "Woolen Under Where", Ralph is all set to blast Sam to kingdom come, but the [[PunchClockVillain clock whistles to indicate the end of their shifts]]. Sam and Ralph head home for the day, with Sam good-naturedly telling Ralph, "Better luck next time." As the two walk into the sunset, Sam says, "Good to be alive." Awww. Interestingly, this ending also counts as a HeartwarmingInHindsight if you realize that Mel Blanc, who voiced both of these characters and many, many others, almost ''died'' in a car accident in 1961. So the ending line could almost be seen as a RealitySubtext of Blanc pulling through and continuing to voice these famous characters. Good to be alive, indeed.
10th Oct '15 9:32:21 AM speedyboris
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* Heartwarming/PepeLePew
10th Oct '15 9:32:04 AM speedyboris
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* A real-life example, which can also double as a {{Tearjerker}}: In his later years, Mel Blanc would often volunteer at children's hospitals, talking to sick kids in the voices of their favorite Looney Tunes characters.

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* A real-life example, which can also double as a {{Tearjerker}}: In his later years, Mel Blanc would often volunteer at children's hospitals, talking to sick kids in the voices of their favorite Looney Tunes characters.characters.
* At the end of "Woolen Under Where", Ralph is all set to blast Sam to kingdom come, but the [[PunchClockVillain clock whistles to indicate the end of their shifts]]. Sam and Ralph head home for the day, with Sam good-naturedly telling Ralph, "Better luck next time." As the two walk into the sunset, Sam says, "Good to be alive." Awww. Interestingly, this ending also counts as a HeartwarmingInHindsight if you realize that Mel Blanc, who voiced both of these characters and many, many others, almost ''died'' in a car accident in 1961. So the ending line could almost be seen as a RealitySubtext of Blanc pulling through and continuing to voice these famous characters. Good to be alive, indeed.
26th Jul '15 3:04:09 PM fruitstripegum
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* Heartwarming/PepeLePew
24th Apr '15 3:14:24 PM WeirdKev27
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** [[FridgeBrilliance The Japanese were portrayed as ducks as well.]]
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