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'''Freeze Frame''' is a 1979 ''Looney Tunes'' short directed by Creator/ChuckJones and starring WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadrunner, which was originally part of ''Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales''.

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'''Freeze Frame''' is a 1979 ''Looney Tunes'' short directed by Creator/ChuckJones and starring WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadrunner, WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner, which was originally part of ''Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales''.



* BinomiumRidiculus: ''Grotesques Appetitus'' for the Coyote, ''Semper Food-Ellus'' for the Roadrunner.
* FacePalm: Wile E. slaps himself in the forehead a little too hard when he reads that Roadrunners hate snow. He almost does it again upon getting the idea to seed clouds, but stops himself before he does.

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* BinomiumRidiculus: ''Grotesques Appetitus'' for the Coyote, ''Semper Food-Ellus'' for the Roadrunner.
Road Runner.
* FacePalm: Wile E. slaps himself in the forehead a little too hard when he reads that Roadrunners road runners hate snow. He almost does it again upon getting the idea to seed clouds, but stops himself before he does.



* HumanSnowball: Wile E.'s final attempt on the Roadrunner is to roll a snowball on him, but while trying to push it downhill, his ears get caught and he ends up getting rolled along. The snowball eventually falls on a rock formation, making it look like an ice-cream cone.

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* HumanSnowball: Wile E.'s final attempt on the Roadrunner Road Runner is to roll a snowball on him, but while trying to push it downhill, his ears get caught and he ends up getting rolled along. The snowball eventually falls on a rock formation, making it look like an ice-cream cone.



* WeatherControlMachine: Wile E. buys an ACME Little Giant Cloud Seeder to make it snow on top of the Roadrunner. Unfortunately, no matter where he aims it, the snow always falls on him instead.

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* WeatherControlMachine: Wile E. buys an ACME Little Giant Cloud Seeder to make it snow on top of the Roadrunner.Road Runner. Unfortunately, no matter where he aims it, the snow always falls on him instead.

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* SquashedFlat: Wile E. accidentally flattens his snout by closing the "Everything You've Always Wanted to Know About Roadrunners (But Were Afraid to Ask)" book on it.


'''Freeze Frame''' is a 1979 ''Looney Tunes'' short directed by Chuck Jones, which was originally part of ''Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales''.

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'''Freeze Frame''' is a 1979 ''Looney Tunes'' short directed by Chuck Jones, Creator/ChuckJones and starring WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadrunner, which was originally part of ''Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales''.


Wile E. Coyote thinks catching Roadrunner will be easy when he learns that "road-runners hate snow and are easy to catch in snow drifts." After the snow machine he tries to use to cover the desert with snow fails, Wile E. switches the signs to the desert crossing and snowy summit. But even when the bird reaches the snow summit, the coyote has no luck catching him.

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Wile E. Coyote thinks catching Roadrunner will be easy when he learns that "road-runners hate snow and are easy to catch in snow drifts." After the snow machine he tries to use to cover the desert with snow fails, Wile E. switches the signs to the desert crossing and snowy summit. But even when the bird reaches the snow summit, the coyote has no luck catching him.
him. Between jet-powered skis, a pack of sled dogs, and the building of a giant snowball, things are no better.


* HomingBoulders: While there aren't any proper in this cartoon, the Giant Cloud Seeder delivers mountains of snow in this exact manner five times, no less).

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* HomingBoulders: While there aren't any proper in this cartoon, the Giant Cloud Seeder delivers mountains of snow in this exact manner five (five times, no less).



* SledDogsThroughTheSnow: Not seen, but definitely there, judging by what happened inside that package of "92-pound sled dogs." Once the Coyote escapes the package and hammers it closed, he takes a closer look at the [[ReadTheFinePrint notice]]:

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* SledDogsThroughTheSnow: Not seen, but definitely there, judging by what happened inside that package of "92-pound sled dogs." " Once the Coyote escapes the package and hammers it closed, he takes a closer look at the [[ReadTheFinePrint notice]]:


* SledDogsThroughTheSnow: Not seen, but definitely there, judging by what happened inside that package of "92-pound sled dogs." Once the Coyote escapes the package and hammers it closed, he takes a closer look at the [[ReadTheFinePrint notice]]:
->- ''Sled dogs LOVE coyotes -- especially for supper!''

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* SledDogsThroughTheSnow: Not seen, but definitely there, judging by what happened inside that package of "92-pound sled dogs." " Once the Coyote escapes the package and hammers it closed, he takes a closer look at the [[ReadTheFinePrint notice]]:
->- --> ''Sled dogs LOVE coyotes -- especially for supper!''

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* SledDogsThroughTheSnow: Not seen, but definitely there, judging by what happened inside that package of "92-pound sled dogs." Once the Coyote escapes the package and hammers it closed, he takes a closer look at the [[ReadTheFinePrint notice]]:
->- ''Sled dogs LOVE coyotes -- especially for supper!''


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[[caption-width-right:350:Can't go ice fishing now.]]



Wile E. Coyote thinks catching Roadrunner will be easy when he learns that roadrunners hate snow and are easy to catch in snow drifts. After the snow machine he tries to use to cover the desert with snow fails, Wile E. switches the signs to the desert crossing and snowy summit. But even when the bird reaches the snow summit, the coyote has no luck catching him.

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Wile E. Coyote thinks catching Roadrunner will be easy when he learns that roadrunners "road-runners hate snow and are easy to catch in snow drifts. drifts." After the snow machine he tries to use to cover the desert with snow fails, Wile E. switches the signs to the desert crossing and snowy summit. But even when the bird reaches the snow summit, the coyote has no luck catching him.


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* HomingBoulders: While there aren't any proper in this cartoon, the Giant Cloud Seeder delivers mountains of snow in this exact manner five times, no less).


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* BinomiumRidiculus: ''Grotesques Appetitus'' for the Coyote, ''Semper Food-Ellus'' for the Roadrunner.
* FacePalm: Wile E. slaps himself in the forehead a little too hard when he reads that Roadrunners hate snow. He almost does it again upon getting the idea to seed clouds, but stops himself before he does.
* HumanSnowball: Wile E.'s final attempt on the Roadrunner is to roll a snowball on him, but while trying to push it downhill, his ears get caught and he ends up getting rolled along. The snowball eventually falls on a rock formation, making it look like an ice-cream cone.
* InstantIceJustAddCold: After falling in a frozen pond, Wile E. comes out encased in the usual block of ice.
* WeatherControlMachine: Wile E. buys an ACME Little Giant Cloud Seeder to make it snow on top of the Roadrunner. Unfortunately, no matter where he aims it, the snow always falls on him instead.

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'''Freeze Frame''' is a 1979 ''Looney Tunes'' short directed by Chuck Jones, which was originally part of ''Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales''.

Wile E. Coyote thinks catching Roadrunner will be easy when he learns that roadrunners hate snow and are easy to catch in snow drifts. After the snow machine he tries to use to cover the desert with snow fails, Wile E. switches the signs to the desert crossing and snowy summit. But even when the bird reaches the snow summit, the coyote has no luck catching him.

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