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* RunningGag: The big crook repeatedly calls the short crook "stupid". When they give up on breaking into the opera house and go to the marquee to buy tickets the big crook spitefully asks for two tickets: [[CrowningMomentOfFunny "One Adult. One *Stupid*"]]

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* RunningGag: The big crook repeatedly calls the short crook "stupid". When they give up on breaking into the opera house and go to the marquee to buy tickets the big crook spitefully asks for two tickets: [[CrowningMomentOfFunny [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments "One Adult. One *Stupid*"]]


A [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1967]] [[Creator/FamousStudios Paramount Cartoon Studios short]], which entered production under Creator/ShamusCulhane (who ultimately got the screen credit), although it was largely finished by Creator/RalphBakshi, The Opera Caper is about two unnamed french crooks who repeatedly attempt to break into an opera house to kidnap the star performer. [[WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner Wile E. Coyote]]-esque hijinks ensue. Clearly made on the cheap, the short remains memorable for the humorous antics of the two protagonists.

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A [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1967]] [[Creator/FamousStudios Paramount Cartoon Studios short]], which entered production under Creator/ShamusCulhane (who ultimately got the screen credit), although it was largely finished by Creator/RalphBakshi, The "The Opera Caper Caper" is about two unnamed french crooks who repeatedly attempt to break into an opera house to kidnap the star performer. [[WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner Wile E. Coyote]]-esque hijinks ensue. Clearly made on the cheap, the short remains memorable for the humorous antics of the two protagonists.


A [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1967]] [[FamousStudios Paramount Cartoon Studios short]], which entered production under Creator/ShamusCulhane (who ultimately got the screen credit), although it was largely finished by Creator/RalphBakshi, The Opera Caper is about two unnamed french crooks who repeatedly attempt to break into an opera house to kidnap the star performer. [[WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner Wile E. Coyote]]-esque hijinks ensue. Clearly made on the cheap, the short remains memorable for the humorous antics of the two protagonists.

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A [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1967]] [[FamousStudios [[Creator/FamousStudios Paramount Cartoon Studios short]], which entered production under Creator/ShamusCulhane (who ultimately got the screen credit), although it was largely finished by Creator/RalphBakshi, The Opera Caper is about two unnamed french crooks who repeatedly attempt to break into an opera house to kidnap the star performer. [[WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner Wile E. Coyote]]-esque hijinks ensue. Clearly made on the cheap, the short remains memorable for the humorous antics of the two protagonists.


A [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1967]] [[FamousStudios Paramount Cartoon Studios short]] directed by ShamusCulhane, The Opera Caper is about two unnamed french crooks who repeatedly attempt to break into an opera house to kidnap the star performer. [[WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner Wile E. Coyote]]-esque hijinks ensue. Clearly made on the cheap, the short remains memorable for the humorous antics of the two protagonists.

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A [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1967]] [[FamousStudios Paramount Cartoon Studios short]] directed short]], which entered production under Creator/ShamusCulhane (who ultimately got the screen credit), although it was largely finished by ShamusCulhane, Creator/RalphBakshi, The Opera Caper is about two unnamed french crooks who repeatedly attempt to break into an opera house to kidnap the star performer. [[WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner Wile E. Coyote]]-esque hijinks ensue. Clearly made on the cheap, the short remains memorable for the humorous antics of the two protagonists.


A [[TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1967]] [[FamousStudios Paramount Cartoon Studios short]] directed by ShamusCulhane, The Opera Caper is about two unnamed french crooks who repeatedly attempt to break into an opera house to kidnap the star performer. [[WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner Wile E. Coyote]]-esque hijinks ensue. Clearly made on the cheap, the short remains memorable for the humorous antics of the two protagonists.

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A [[TheDarkAgeOfAnimation [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1967]] [[FamousStudios Paramount Cartoon Studios short]] directed by ShamusCulhane, The Opera Caper is about two unnamed french crooks who repeatedly attempt to break into an opera house to kidnap the star performer. [[WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner Wile E. Coyote]]-esque hijinks ensue. Clearly made on the cheap, the short remains memorable for the humorous antics of the two protagonists.


A short directed by ShamusCulhane for Paramount's animation studio, The Opera Caper is about two unnamed french crooks who repeatedly attempt to break into an opera house to kidnap the star performer. [[WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner Wile E. Coyote]]-esque hijinks ensue. Clearly made on the cheap, the short remains memorable for the humorous antics of the two protagonists.

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A short [[TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1967]] [[FamousStudios Paramount Cartoon Studios short]] directed by ShamusCulhane for Paramount's animation studio, ShamusCulhane, The Opera Caper is about two unnamed french crooks who repeatedly attempt to break into an opera house to kidnap the star performer. [[WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner Wile E. Coyote]]-esque hijinks ensue. Clearly made on the cheap, the short remains memorable for the humorous antics of the two protagonists.


* RunningGag: The big crook repeatedly calls the short crook "stupid". When they give up on breaking into the opera house and go to the marquee to buy tickets the big crook spitefully asks for two tickets: [[CrowningMomentOfFunny "One Adult. One *Stupid*"]]

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* RunningGag: The big crook repeatedly calls the short crook "stupid". When they give up on breaking into the opera house and go to the marquee to buy tickets the big crook spitefully asks for two tickets: [[CrowningMomentOfFunny "One Adult. One *Stupid*"]]*Stupid*"]]
* StockFootage: Despite being only 5 minutes long, A LOT of the footage is recycled.


* BrooklynRage: The singer's manager displays this at the finale.

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* BrooklynRage: The singer's manager displays this at the finale.


See it here: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7dl9y_the-opera-caper_shortfilms



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* RunningGag: The big crook repeatedly calls the short crook "stupid". When they give up on breaking into the opera house and go to the marquee to buy tickets the big crook spitefully asks for [[CrowningMomentOfFunny "One Adult. One *Stupid*"]]

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* RunningGag: The big crook repeatedly calls the short crook "stupid". When they give up on breaking into the opera house and go to the marquee to buy tickets the big crook spitefully asks for two tickets: [[CrowningMomentOfFunny "One Adult. One *Stupid*"]]


* AsideGlance: The short crook gives one when the big crooks requests a "stupid" ticket for him.

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* AsideGlance: The short crook gives one when the big crooks crook requests a "stupid" ticket for him.


* AsideGlance: The short crook gives one when the big crooks requests a "stupid" ticket for him.



* RunningGag: The big crook repeatedly calls the short crook "stupid". When they give up on breaking into the opera house and go to the marquee to buy tickets the big crook spitefully asks for [[CrowningMomentOfFunny ''"One Adult. One *Stupid*"'']]

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* RunningGag: The big crook repeatedly calls the short crook "stupid". When they give up on breaking into the opera house and go to the marquee to buy tickets the big crook spitefully asks for [[CrowningMomentOfFunny ''"One "One Adult. One *Stupid*"'']]*Stupid*"]]



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* RunningGag: The big crook repeatedly calls the short crook "stupid". When they give up on breaking into the opera house and go to the marquee to buy tickets the big crook spitefully asks for [[crowningMomentOfFunny ''"One Adult. One *Stupid*"'']]

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* RunningGag: The big crook repeatedly calls the short crook "stupid". When they give up on breaking into the opera house and go to the marquee to buy tickets the big crook spitefully asks for [[crowningMomentOfFunny [[CrowningMomentOfFunny ''"One Adult. One *Stupid*"'']]

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