History WesternAnimation / WileECoyoteandTheRoadrunner

4th Sep '17 12:57:49 AM Luppercus
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* VillainExclusivityClause: Goes without saying, but the Coyote is the antagonist in every short.
1st Sep '17 3:17:37 PM Brandon
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** In his later years, Chuck Jines created [[https://i.pinimg.com/736x/57/8b/41/578b4123c45c51cf612aaefee0865aa4--childhood-ruined-childhood-memories.jpg a piece of artwork]] depicting the Road Runner in the Coyote's clutches. [[BlindWithoutEm Note the glasses the Coyote is wearing.]]

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** In his later years, Chuck Jines Jones created [[https://i.pinimg.com/736x/57/8b/41/578b4123c45c51cf612aaefee0865aa4--childhood-ruined-childhood-memories.jpg a piece of artwork]] depicting the Road Runner in the Coyote's clutches. [[BlindWithoutEm Note the glasses the Coyote is wearing.]]
1st Sep '17 3:17:12 PM Brandon
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** In his later years, Chuck Jines created [[https://i.pinimg.com/736x/57/8b/41/578b4123c45c51cf612aaefee0865aa4--childhood-ruined-childhood-memories.jpg a piece of artwork]] depicting the Road Runner in the Coyote's clutches. [[BlindWithoutEm Note the glasses the Coyote is wearing.]]
1st Sep '17 3:12:37 PM Brandon
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** There's a few instances in the Road Runner cartoons where the Coyote will let out a yell or "OUCH!" For example in "To Beep or Not to Beep" when a cactus lands on him.
1st Sep '17 3:03:48 PM Brandon
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** There were jam secessions where all of the studios writers would come together to pitch gags and ideas for various shorts. This could explain the discrepancy.
22nd Aug '17 5:29:05 AM Macsen
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* NowWhat: At the end of 1980's "Soup or Sonic", the Coyote ''finally'' catches the Road Runner. Just one problem: it's at the end of a pipe gag that ended with Road Runner regular size, and Wile E. ''ultra tiny''. The moment is actually the Trope Image of NowWhat

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* NowWhat: At the end of 1980's "Soup or Sonic", the Coyote ''finally'' catches the Road Runner. Just one problem: it's at the end of a pipe gag that ended with Road Runner regular size, and Wile E. ''ultra tiny''. The moment is actually the Trope Image of NowWhatImage.
22nd Aug '17 5:28:20 AM Macsen
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* NowWhat: At the end of 1980's "Soup or Sonic", the Coyote ''finally'' catches the Road Runner. Just one problem: it's at the end of a pipe gag that ended with Road Runner regular size, and Wile E. ''ultra tiny''.

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* NowWhat: At the end of 1980's "Soup or Sonic", the Coyote ''finally'' catches the Road Runner. Just one problem: it's at the end of a pipe gag that ended with Road Runner regular size, and Wile E. ''ultra tiny''. The moment is actually the Trope Image of NowWhat
22nd Aug '17 5:23:07 AM Macsen
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* NowWhat: At the end of 1980's "Soup or Sonic", the Coyote ''finally'' catches the Road Runner. Just one problem: it's at the end of a pipe gag that ended with Road Runner regular size, and Wile E. ''ultra tiny''.
-->'''Wile E. Coyote''' (his sign)''':''' Okay, wise guys, you always wanted me to catch him now what do I do?
17th Aug '17 6:57:37 PM Psi001
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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: The Roadrunner originally was depicted as somewhat a KarmicTrickster in '''WesternAnimation/FastAndFurryOus'' (1949) being clearly aware of Coyote's hunting the whole time, a trait that would somewhat be dropped in later shorts sense the Coyote gets [[HoistByHisOwnPetard Hoist By His Own Petards]] anyways.

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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: The Roadrunner originally was depicted as somewhat a KarmicTrickster in '''WesternAnimation/FastAndFurryOus'' (1949) being clearly aware of Coyote's hunting the whole time, a trait that would somewhat be mostly dropped in later Chuck Jones shorts sense since the Coyote gets [[HoistByHisOwnPetard Hoist By His Own Petards]] anyways. The Road Runner's characterisation would slip back in and out with efforts from other directors however.



* DependingOnTheWriter: The Road Runner is variably either a wild creature going simply about its life and avoiding getting caught, or a sadistic trickster who deliberately sabotages the Coyote's plans and seems to enjoy seeing him get hurt.

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* DependingOnTheWriter: The Road Runner is variably either a wild creature going simply about its life and avoiding getting caught, or a sadistic more standard cartoon trickster who deliberately sabotages the Coyote's plans and seems to enjoy seeing him get hurt.heckles his failures.
9th Jul '17 7:39:45 AM TomServo3000
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* HumiliationConga: Frequently happens to Wile E. Coyote.
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