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* RedEyesTakeWarning: The Wolf first appeared with "red rimmed eyes"[[note]]Another word for meaning stoned[[/note]].

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* RedEyesTakeWarning: The Wolf first appeared with "red rimmed eyes"[[note]]Another word for meaning stoned[[/note]].eyes".

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* RedEyesTakeWarning: The Wolf first appeared with "red rimmed eyes"[[note]]Another word for meaning stoned[[/note]].


* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The Wolf first appears with "red-rimmed eyes", meaning he's either drunk or stoned.

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%% * GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The Wolf first appears with "red-rimmed eyes", meaning he's either drunk or stoned.GettingCrapPastThe Radar: Due to overwhelming and persistent misuse, GCPTR is on-page examples only until 01 June 2021. If you are reading this in the future, please check the trope page to make sure your example fits the current definition.


''Three Little Bops'' is a musical 1957 ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' short directed by Creator/FrizFreleng with Shorty Rogers providing the music. It is one of ''Literature/The100GreatestLooneyTunes''.

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''Three '''Three Little Bops'' Bops''' is a musical 1957 ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' short directed by Creator/FrizFreleng with Shorty Rogers providing the music. It is one of ''Literature/The100GreatestLooneyTunes''.


Famously, this is one of the first ''Looney Tunes'' shorts since '''1936''' in which none of the voices were done by Creator/MelBlanc, with the voices provided here by Creator/StanFreberg. This also makes it the only cartoon in which exactly one actor besides Blanc gets a solo voice credit, and one of the few in which his voice isn't featured ''at all''.

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Famously, this is one of the first ''Looney Tunes'' shorts since '''1936''' in which none of the voices were done by Creator/MelBlanc, with the voices provided here by Creator/StanFreberg. This also makes it the only cartoon in which exactly one actor besides Blanc gets a solo voice credit, and one of the few in which his voice isn't featured ''at all''.credit.


Famously, this is the only ''Looney Tunes'' short in none of the voices were done by Creator/MelBlanc, with the voices provided here by Creator/StanFreberg. This also makes it the only cartoon in which exactly one actor besides Blanc gets a solo voice credit, and one of the few in which his voice isn't featured ''at all''.

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Famously, this is one of the only first ''Looney Tunes'' short shorts since '''1936''' in which none of the voices were done by Creator/MelBlanc, with the voices provided here by Creator/StanFreberg. This also makes it the only cartoon in which exactly one actor besides Blanc gets a solo voice credit, and one of the few in which his voice isn't featured ''at all''.


Famously, this is the only ''Looney Tunes'' short in which a voice actor besides Creator/MelBlanc did all of the voices, provided here by Creator/StanFreberg. This also makes it the only cartoon in which exactly one actor besides Blanc gets a solo voice credit, and one of the few in which his voice isn't featured ''at all''.

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Famously, this is the only ''Looney Tunes'' short in which a voice actor besides Creator/MelBlanc did all none of the voices, voices were done by Creator/MelBlanc, with the voices provided here by Creator/StanFreberg. This also makes it the only cartoon in which exactly one actor besides Blanc gets a solo voice credit, and one of the few in which his voice isn't featured ''at all''.


''Three Little Bops'' is a musical ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' short directed by Creator/FrizFreleng and released in 1957. Shorty Rogers provides the music.

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''Three Little Bops'' is a musical 1957 ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' short directed by Creator/FrizFreleng and released in 1957. with Shorty Rogers provides providing the music.
music. It is one of ''Literature/The100GreatestLooneyTunes''.




Selected as one of ''Literature/The100GreatestLooneyTunes''.


''Three Little Bops'' is a {{jazz}}-themed ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' short directed by Creator/FrizFreleng and released in 1957. Shorty Rogers provides the music.

Another (very loose!) revision of the classic Literature/ThreeLittlePigs, with the pigs playing as a jazz group and the wolf being a "square" trumpeter. In this version, the wolf is not interested in ''eating'' the pigs but rather becoming a member of their band. However, as his constant off-key playing is off-putting to both the pigs ''and'' the clientele, he gets kicked out of the first two clubs he plays and thus has a motive for blowing the houses down.

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''Three Little Bops'' is a {{jazz}}-themed musical ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' short directed by Creator/FrizFreleng and released in 1957. Shorty Rogers provides the music.

Another (very loose!) revision of the classic Literature/ThreeLittlePigs, with the pigs playing as a jazz {{jazz}} group and the wolf being a "square" trumpeter. In this version, the wolf is not interested in ''eating'' the pigs but rather becoming a member of their band. However, as his constant off-key playing is off-putting to both the pigs ''and'' the clientele, he gets kicked out of the first two clubs he plays and thus has a motive for blowing the houses down.


One of ''The 100 Greatest Looney Tunes,'' '''"The Three Little Bops"''' was directed by Creator/FrizFreleng and released in 1957. Shorty Rogers provides the music.

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One of ''The 100 Greatest Looney Tunes,'' '''"The Three ''Three Little Bops"''' was Bops'' is a {{jazz}}-themed ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' short directed by Creator/FrizFreleng and released in 1957. Shorty Rogers provides the music.



Famously, this is the only ''Looney Tunes'' short in which a voice actor besides Creator/MelBlanc did all of the voices, provided here by Creator/StanFreberg. This also makes it the only cartoon in which exactly one actor besides Blanc gets a solo voice credit, and one of the few in which his voice isn't featured ''at all''

! "A-one and a-two and away they went!"

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Famously, this is the only ''Looney Tunes'' short in which a voice actor besides Creator/MelBlanc did all of the voices, provided here by Creator/StanFreberg. This also makes it the only cartoon in which exactly one actor besides Blanc gets a solo voice credit, and one of the few in which his voice isn't featured ''at all''

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Selected as one of ''Literature/The100GreatestLooneyTunes''.
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"A-one and a-two and away they went!"


* {{Bowdlerization}}: The ABC ''Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show'' airing of this cartoon cuts the scene after the House of Bricks is introduced where the Wolf looks into the front door and gets punched in the face by the bouncer. This was also cut when shown on ''The Looney, Looney, Looney, Looney Bugs Bunny Movie'', though that was a time cut rather than a content cut.



* FantasticRacism: The House of Bricks has a sign "No Wolves Allowed", though it could be argued that was a ''recent'' installation to dissuade the Big Bad Wolf.

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* FantasticRacism: The House of Bricks has a sign "No Wolves Allowed", though it could be argued that it was a ''recent'' installation to dissuade the Big Bad Wolf.


One of ''The 100 Greatest Looney Tunes,'' "The Three Little Bops" was directed by Creator/FrizFreleng and released in 1957. Shorty Rogers provides the music.

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One of ''The 100 Greatest Looney Tunes,'' "The '''"The Three Little Bops" Bops"''' was directed by Creator/FrizFreleng and released in 1957. Shorty Rogers provides the music.

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* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: Due to Shorty Rogers providing the music, giving it a more hip feel than the rest of the shorts, which used a traditional orchestra. The short also doesn't use any of the regular Looney Tunes characters, which was less common by this point.

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* IJustWantToBeSpecial: The Wolf's main motivation.


Famously, this is the only ''Looney Tunes'' short in which a voice actor besides Creator/MelBlanc did all of the voices, provided here by Creator/StanFreberg. This also makes it the only cartoon in which exactly one actor besides Blanc gets a solo voice credit, and one of the few in which his voice isn't featured ''at all''! "A-one and a-two and away they went!"

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Famously, this is the only ''Looney Tunes'' short in which a voice actor besides Creator/MelBlanc did all of the voices, provided here by Creator/StanFreberg. This also makes it the only cartoon in which exactly one actor besides Blanc gets a solo voice credit, and one of the few in which his voice isn't featured ''at all''! all''

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"A-one and a-two and away they went!"

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