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* ClothesMakeTheSuperman: Averted. The Coyote tries to fly using a superhero costume. [[RealityEnsues He immediately falls off the cliff]].


* JawDrop: Follows the Road Runner's little burst of speed.

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* JawDrop: Follows Following the Road Runner's little burst of speed.speed, the Coyote comes to a stunned stop and pulls this expression.



* PoesLaw: This cartoon was made as a {{Satire}} on the typical chase cartoons of that era. Jones had intended it as a one-shot idea. To his surprise the audience didn't get the satire and absolutely loved the cartoon, making room for more films around the duo.

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* PoesLaw: This cartoon was made as a {{Satire}} on the typical chase cartoons of that era. Jones had intended it as a one-shot idea. To his surprise the audience didn't get the satire and absolutely loved the cartoon, making room for more films around the duo.


* AcmeProducts: Introduced in this cartoon.

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* AcmeProducts: Introduced in this cartoon. Although, only for the Super Suit.


* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In his debut the Road Runner is more proactive and taunts and defends himself against the Coyote in a more standard KarmicTrickster fashion, a character trait Jones later dropped because it wasn't necessary. The Coyote always failed anyway. The word "ACME" only turns up on a few products, rather than all of them.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In his debut the Road Runner is more proactive and taunts and defends himself against the Coyote in a more standard KarmicTrickster fashion, a character trait Jones later dropped because it wasn't necessary. The Coyote always failed anyway. The word "ACME" only turns up on a few products, rather than all of them. the Superhero Suit.


* OhCrap: A classic example from Wile after he mistakenly dives in front of a speeding truck.



* OhCrap: A classic example from Wile after he mistakenly dives in front of a speeding truck.


'''Fast And Furry-ous''' is a 1949 WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes cartoon directed by Creator/ChuckJones, featuring the debut of WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner (and by extension their stock tropes).

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'''Fast ''Fast And Furry-ous''' Furry-ous'' is a 1949 WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes cartoon directed by Creator/ChuckJones, featuring the debut of WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner (and by extension their stock tropes).


** Ironically, decades later Warner Bros. Animation produced a ''Tom and Jerry'' direct-to-video movie that had a [[SimilarlyNamedWorks very similar title]]: ''The Fast and the Furry''.



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* OhCrap: A classic example from Wile after he mistakenly dives in front of a speeding truck.


* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In his debut the Road Runner defends himself against the Coyote, a character trait Jones later dropped because it wasn't necessary. The Coyote always failed anyway. The word "ACME" only turns up on a few products, rather than all of them.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In his debut the Road Runner is more proactive and taunts and defends himself against the Coyote, Coyote in a more standard KarmicTrickster fashion, a character trait Jones later dropped because it wasn't necessary. The Coyote always failed anyway. The word "ACME" only turns up on a few products, rather than all of them.


* AsLongAsItSoundsForeign: The Latin names for the Road Runner and Coyote are not actual Latin (see CanusLatinicus).
* BoomerangComeback: “One genuine boomerang, guaranteed to return.” It does. Cut over to the Road Runner and the package beside him: “Another genuine boomerang, guaranteed to return.” It does.
* CanisLatinicus: Both parties receive a new genus /species name.

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* AsLongAsItSoundsForeign: The Latin names for the Road Runner and Coyote are not actual Latin (see CanusLatinicus).CanisLatinicus).
* BoomerangComeback: “One genuine boomerang, guaranteed to return.” It does. Cut over to the Road Runner and the package beside him: “Another genuine boomerang, guaranteed to return.It does.
* CanisLatinicus: Both parties receive a new genus genus /species name.


'''Fast And Furry-ous''' is a 1949 WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes cartoon directed by Creator/ChuckJones, featuring the debut of WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner.

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'''Fast And Furry-ous''' is a 1949 WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes cartoon directed by Creator/ChuckJones, featuring the debut of WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner.WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner (and by extension their stock tropes).



* AlliterativeTitle: "'''F'''ast and the '''F'''urry-ous".

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* AlliterativeTitle: "'''F'''ast and the '''F'''urry-ous".



* AsLongAsItSoundsForeign: The Latin names for the Road Runner and Coyote are not actual Latin.
* BoomerangComeback: “One genuine boomerang, guaranteed to return.” It does. Cut over to the Road Runner and the package beside him: “Another genuine boomerang, guaranteed to return.”
* CanisLatinicus: Both parties receive a new genus/species name.

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* AsLongAsItSoundsForeign: The Latin names for the Road Runner and Coyote are not actual Latin.Latin (see CanusLatinicus).
* BoomerangComeback: “One genuine boomerang, guaranteed to return.” It does. Cut over to the Road Runner and the package beside him: “Another genuine boomerang, guaranteed to return.
” It does.
* CanisLatinicus: Both parties receive a new genus/species genus /species name.


* PoesLaw: This cartoon was made as a {{Satire}} on the typical chase cartoons of that era. Jones had intended it as a one-shot idea. To his surprise the audience didn't get the satire and absolutely loved the cartoon, making room for more films around the duo

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* PoesLaw: This cartoon was made as a {{Satire}} on the typical chase cartoons of that era. Jones had intended it as a one-shot idea. To his surprise the audience didn't get the satire and absolutely loved the cartoon, making room for more films around the duoduo.
* PunBasedTitle: On the Creator/BusbyBerkeley film "Fast and Furious" (1939).

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