History WesternAnimation / LooneyTunes

23rd May '17 3:52:19 PM ANTMuddle
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** "To Beep or Not to Beep" has has Wile E. Coyote falling off a cliff, with a cactus landing on him after the fact. The {{pain|powered leap}} launches him into the air and his mouth covers the whole screen (in red) as he screams in pain.

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** "To Beep or Not to Beep" has has Wile E. Coyote falling off a cliff, cliff where a bridge had just been, with a cactus landing on him after the fact. The {{pain|powered leap}} launches him into the air and his mouth covers the whole screen (in red) as he screams in pain.pain.
** "Stupor Duck," with Daffy on a rocket ship heading for the moon.
9th May '17 3:18:25 PM Az_Tech341
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* SlidingScaleOfAnimationElaborateness: Most of the theatrical cartoons land on the "Traditional Animation in regular feature films" part of the scale, but the later ones become LimitedAnimation.

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* SlidingScaleOfAnimationElaborateness: Most of the theatrical cartoons land on the "Traditional Animation in regular feature films" Regular Feature Films" part of the scale, but the later ones become LimitedAnimation.



* SlidingScaleOfAnthropomorphism: The series mostly falls on the FunnyAnimal part of the Animal Anthropomorphism scale. The occasional character, like Hatta Mari, fall into the PettingZooPeople category.

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* SlidingScaleOfAnthropomorphism: The series mostly falls on the FunnyAnimal part of the Animal Anthropomorphism scale. The occasional character, like Hatta Mari, fall falls into the PettingZooPeople category.



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9th May '17 1:32:08 PM Prinzenick
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* SlidingScaleOfAnimalCast: The series falls into Type 5 (Equally Human and Animal Cast).
* SlidingScaleOfAnimationElaborateness: Most of the theatrical cartoons land on the "Traditional Animation in regular feature films" part of the scale, but the later ones become LimitedAnimation.
* SlidingScaleOfAdaptationModification: The old Looney Tunes comic books tend to be between Type 2 (Recognizable Adaptation) and Type 3 (PragmaticAdaptation).
* SlidingScaleOfAnthropomorphism: The series mostly falls on the FunnyAnimal part of the Animal Anthropomorphism scale. The occasional character, like Hatta Mari, fall into the PettingZooPeople category.
* SlidingScaleOfContinuity: The series uniformly falls into Level 1 (NegativeContinuity).
* SlidingScaleOfEndings: The series is all over the place with this. Sometimes they end with [[BittersweetEnding bittersweet]] and occasionally [[DownerEnding downer endings]], sometimes ending with either a HappyEnding or just NoEnding at all.
* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism: It varies, but many shorts (especially the Creator/ChuckJones shorts) tend to land on the Cynical end of the scale.
* SlidingScaleOfRealisticVersusFantastic: The shorts land between either the Fantastic or the Surreal end of the scale.
* SlidingScaleOfPlotVersusCharacters: All of the cartoons land firmly on the "Less Plot Than Characters" end of it. The shorts uniformly rely on wafer thin stories and setups, with the characters personalities often taking the center stage.
* SlidingScaleOfSillinessVersusSeriousness: The series lands right on the silliness end of the scale.
* SlidingScaleOfVisualsVersusDialogue: The franchise manages to hit a sweet spot between the two. There's a lot of dialogue, but plenty of physical acting and visual storytelling to back it up.
2nd May '17 8:27:59 PM Mdumas43073
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* HairTriggerTemper: Yosemite Sam's shtick. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXCJC9e4dB0 He even rapped about it on]] WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow.

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* HairTriggerTemper: Yosemite Sam's shtick.schtick. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXCJC9e4dB0 He even rapped about it on]] WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow.''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow''.



* HalloweenSpecial: ''Bugs Bunny's Howl-oween Special'' is one of those cut-and-paste specials from the '70s, incorporating such shorts as the first two mentioned above as well as "Hyde and Hare", "Hyde and Go Tweet", "Claws for Alarm", "Transylvania 6-5000", etc.

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* HalloweenSpecial: ''Bugs Bunny's Howl-oween Special'' is one of those cut-and-paste specials from the '70s, incorporating footage from such shorts as the first two mentioned above as well as "Hyde and Hare", "Hyde and Go Tweet", "Claws for Alarm", "Transylvania 6-5000", etc.
29th Apr '17 5:37:19 PM Az_Tech341
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* AlcoholHic: Creator/MelBlanc had a very recognizable comic hiccup in his voice arsenal, so naturally it was used in numerous shorts when a character is drunk. Most notably, "High Note", where the drunk note hiccups throughout most of the short as he stumbles around.

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* AlcoholHic: Creator/MelBlanc had a The tunes use [[Creator/MelBlanc Mel Blanc's]] very recognizable recognizable, comic hiccup in his voice arsenal, so naturally it was used in numerous shorts when a character is drunk. Most notably, drunk - most notably in "High Note", where the drunk note hiccups throughout most of the short as he stumbles around.
29th Apr '17 5:32:19 PM Az_Tech341
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* AlcoholHic: MelBlanc had a very recognizable comic hiccup in his voice arsenal, so naturally it was used in numerous shorts when a character is drunk. Most notably, "High Note", where the drunk note hiccups throughout most of the short as he stumbles around.

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* AlcoholHic: MelBlanc Creator/MelBlanc had a very recognizable comic hiccup in his voice arsenal, so naturally it was used in numerous shorts when a character is drunk. Most notably, "High Note", where the drunk note hiccups throughout most of the short as he stumbles around.
29th Apr '17 9:12:16 AM TomServo
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* AlcoholHic: Used in numerous shorts when a character is drunk. Most notably, "High Note", where the drunk note hiccups throughout most of the short as he stumbles around.

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* AlcoholHic: Used MelBlanc had a very recognizable comic hiccup in his voice arsenal, so naturally it was used in numerous shorts when a character is drunk. Most notably, "High Note", where the drunk note hiccups throughout most of the short as he stumbles around.
24th Apr '17 5:29:18 PM Xtifr
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* PinkElephants: A drunk is terrorized by a trio of pink elephants in "Calling Dr. Porky".

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A drunk is terrorized by a trio of pink elephants in "Calling Dr. Porky".
20th Apr '17 9:38:47 AM speedyboris
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* PayingInCoins: One of the gags in "Wild Wife": Marsha makes a trip to the bank but gets stuck behind really slow customers, including a woman depositing a bunch of coins... one at a time.
--> '''Old woman''': I'd like to deposit these pennies, please. One... two... three... four...
11th Apr '17 7:59:21 PM Az_Tech341
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* BaitAndSwitch: In ''Hare Remover'', Elmer Fudd is trying to create a JekyllAndHyde formula and tests in on BugsBunny. After going through a few seconds where it seems the formula worked, Bugs uncovers his face to reveal... his regular face. "No soap, Doc."

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* BaitAndSwitch: In ''Hare Remover'', Elmer Fudd is trying to create a JekyllAndHyde formula and tests in it on BugsBunny. After going through a few seconds where it seems the formula worked, Bugs uncovers his face to reveal... his regular face. "No soap, Doc."
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