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"War and Pieces" is a 1964 cartoon featuring WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner ([[BinomiumRidiculus Caninus nervus rex and Burn-em-upus asphaltus]] respectively).

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"War '''"War and Pieces" Pieces"''' is a 1964 cartoon featuring WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner ([[BinomiumRidiculus Caninus nervus rex and Burn-em-upus asphaltus]] respectively).

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* SavedByThePlatformBelow: Following the failed launch and StrippingSnag described downward. While the Coyote is holding onto the end of the bow for dear life, it snaps off and... he ends up dropping only a few inches. But then the whole formation drops, with him still on it..


* StrippingSnag: When the Coyote attempts to launch over to the Road Runner, the bottom half of his pelt rips clean off, to reveal a pair of hairy legs, print underwear, and loose socks.

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* StrippingSnag: When the Coyote attempts to launch over to the Road Runner, the bottom half of his pelt rips clean off, to reveal a pair of hairy legs, print underwear, GoofyPrintUnderwear, and loose socks.


"War and Pieces" is a 1964 cartoon featuring WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner ([[CanisLatinicus Caninus nervus rex and Burn-em-upus asphaltus]] respectively).

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"War and Pieces" is a 1964 cartoon featuring WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner ([[CanisLatinicus ([[BinomiumRidiculus Caninus nervus rex and Burn-em-upus asphaltus]] respectively).


* DiggingToChina: For the final gag, Wile E.'s rocket winds up doing a U-turn on contact with the ledge. Then it ploughs through the center of the Earth and into China, where he discovers a Chinese Roadrunner in a coolie hat and geta. He goes after it, but the Roadrunner is carrying a gong that Wile E. crashes into, causing him to stumble down the hole and fall back to where he came.

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* DiggingToChina: For the final gag, Wile E.'s rocket winds up doing a U-turn on contact with the ledge. Then it ploughs through the center of the Earth and into China, where he discovers a Chinese Roadrunner in a coolie an Asian rice hat and geta. He goes after it, but the Roadrunner is carrying a gong that Wile E. crashes into, causing him to stumble down the hole and fall back to where he came.


Everything goes as well as it usually does for the Coyote, starting with a chase scene where he's carrying a hand grenade. The Road Runner outruns the explosive little thing, which (as he turns a corner of the road) ultimately bounces off the arm of a saguaro and flies right back into the Coyote's face. Now covered in cinders, the Coyote goes off to ponder his next play. Between a bow with a rope tied to his hide on a pulley, a hydraulic press activated by an electric eye beam (the closest the cartoon gets to a case of HomingBoulders), a can of invisible paint, a shotgun disguised as a peepshow, a grappling hook, and a mini-rocket that somehow tunnels all the way into China, the Coyote's ButtMonkey status reigns supreme.

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Everything goes as well as it usually does for the Coyote, starting with a chase scene where he's carrying a hand grenade. The Road Runner outruns the explosive little thing, which (as he turns a corner of the road) ultimately bounces off the arm of a saguaro cactus and flies right back into the Coyote's face. Now covered in cinders, the Coyote goes off to ponder his next play. Between a bow with a rope tied to his hide on a pulley, a hydraulic press activated by an electric eye beam (the closest the cartoon gets to a case of HomingBoulders), a can of invisible paint, a shotgun disguised as a peepshow, a grappling hook, and a mini-rocket that somehow tunnels all the way into China, the Coyote's ButtMonkey status reigns supreme.


"War and Pieces" is a 1964 cartoon featuring WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner ([[CanisLatinicus Caninus nervus rex and Burn-en-upus asphaltus]] respectively).

Everything goes as well as it usually does for the Coyote, starting with a chase scene where he's carrying a hand grenade. The Road Runner outruns the explosive little thing, which (as he turns a corner of the road) ultimately bounces off the arm of a saguaro and flies right back into the Coyote's face. Now covered in cinders, the Coyote goes off to ponder his next play. Between a bow with a rope tied to his hide on a pulley, a hydraulic press (the closest the cartoon gets to a case of HomingBoulders), a can of invisible paint, a shotgun disguised as a peepshow, a grappling hook, and a mini-rocket that somehow tunnels all the way into China, the Coyote's ButtMonkey status reigns supreme.

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"War and Pieces" is a 1964 cartoon featuring WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner ([[CanisLatinicus Caninus nervus rex and Burn-en-upus Burn-em-upus asphaltus]] respectively).

Everything goes as well as it usually does for the Coyote, starting with a chase scene where he's carrying a hand grenade. The Road Runner outruns the explosive little thing, which (as he turns a corner of the road) ultimately bounces off the arm of a saguaro and flies right back into the Coyote's face. Now covered in cinders, the Coyote goes off to ponder his next play. Between a bow with a rope tied to his hide on a pulley, a hydraulic press activated by an electric eye beam (the closest the cartoon gets to a case of HomingBoulders), a can of invisible paint, a shotgun disguised as a peepshow, a grappling hook, and a mini-rocket that somehow tunnels all the way into China, the Coyote's ButtMonkey status reigns supreme.


Everything goes as well as it usually does for the Coyote, starting with a chase scene where he's carrying a hand grenade. The Road Runner outruns the explosive little thing, which (as he turns a corner of the road) ultimately bounces off the arm of a saguaro and flies right back into the Coyote's face. Now covered in cinders, he goes off to ponder his next play. Between a bow with a lanyard tied to his hide on a pulley, a hydraulic press (the closest the cartoon gets to a case of HomingBoulders), a can of invisible paint, a shotgun disguised as a peepshow, a grappling hook, and a mini-rocket that tunnels all the way into China, the Coyote's ButtMonkey status reigns supreme.

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Everything goes as well as it usually does for the Coyote, starting with a chase scene where he's carrying a hand grenade. The Road Runner outruns the explosive little thing, which (as he turns a corner of the road) ultimately bounces off the arm of a saguaro and flies right back into the Coyote's face. Now covered in cinders, he the Coyote goes off to ponder his next play. Between a bow with a lanyard rope tied to his hide on a pulley, a hydraulic press (the closest the cartoon gets to a case of HomingBoulders), a can of invisible paint, a shotgun disguised as a peepshow, a grappling hook, and a mini-rocket that somehow tunnels all the way into China, the Coyote's ButtMonkey status reigns supreme.



* DiggingToChina: For the final gag, Wile E.'s rocket winds up doing a U-turn on contact with the ledge. Then it ploughs through the center of the Earth and into China, where he discovers a Chinese Roadrunner in a coolie hat and geta. He goes after it, but the Roadrunner is carrying a gong that Wile E. crashes into, causing him to stumble down the hole and fall back to where he came.
* FingerExtinguisher: In the first AshFace instance, after the grenade boomerangs back at him, the Coyote takes stock of his smoldering tail and moistens his fingers to take care of the issue ("PFST!").

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* DiggingToChina: For the final gag, Wile E.'s rocket winds up doing a U-turn on contact with the ledge. Then it ploughs through the center of the Earth and into China, where he discovers a Chinese Roadrunner in a coolie hat and geta. He goes after it, but the Roadrunner is carrying a gong that Wile E. crashes into, causing him to stumble down the hole and fall back to where he came.
* FingerExtinguisher: In the first AshFace instance, after the grenade boomerangs back at him, the Coyote takes stock of his smoldering tail and moistens his fingers to take care of the issue ("PFST!").('''"PFST!"''').
* ImpactSilhouette: The clouds that the Coyote passes through during his fall in the Invisible Paint gag.


Everything goes as well as it usually does for the Coyote, starting with a chase scene where he's carrying a hand grenade. The Road Runner outruns the explosive little thing, which (as he turns a corner of the road) ultimately bounces off the arm of a saguaro and flies right back into the Coyote's face. Now covered in cinders, he goes off to ponder his next play. Between a bow with a lanyard tied to his hide, a hydraulic press (the closest he gets to a case of HomingBoulders), a can of invisible paint, a shotgun disguised as a peepshow, a grappling hook, and a mini-rocket that tunnels all the way into China, the Coyote's ButtMonkey status reigns supreme.

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Everything goes as well as it usually does for the Coyote, starting with a chase scene where he's carrying a hand grenade. The Road Runner outruns the explosive little thing, which (as he turns a corner of the road) ultimately bounces off the arm of a saguaro and flies right back into the Coyote's face. Now covered in cinders, he goes off to ponder his next play. Between a bow with a lanyard tied to his hide, hide on a pulley, a hydraulic press (the closest he the cartoon gets to a case of HomingBoulders), a can of invisible paint, a shotgun disguised as a peepshow, a grappling hook, and a mini-rocket that tunnels all the way into China, the Coyote's ButtMonkey status reigns supreme.


Everything goes as well as it usually does for the Coyote, starting with a chase scene where he's carrying a hand grenade. The Road Runner outruns the explosive little thing, which (as he turns a corner of the road) ultimately bounces off the arm of a saguaro and flies right back into the Coyote's face. Now covered in cinders, he goes off to ponder his next play. Between a bow with a lanyard tied to his hide, a hydraulic press, a can of invisible paint, a shotgun disguised as a peepshow, a grappling hook, and a mini-rocket that tunnels all the way into China, the Coyote's ButtMonkey status reigns supreme.

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Everything goes as well as it usually does for the Coyote, starting with a chase scene where he's carrying a hand grenade. The Road Runner outruns the explosive little thing, which (as he turns a corner of the road) ultimately bounces off the arm of a saguaro and flies right back into the Coyote's face. Now covered in cinders, he goes off to ponder his next play. Between a bow with a lanyard tied to his hide, a hydraulic press, press (the closest he gets to a case of HomingBoulders), a can of invisible paint, a shotgun disguised as a peepshow, a grappling hook, and a mini-rocket that tunnels all the way into China, the Coyote's ButtMonkey status reigns supreme.

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Everything goes as well as it usually does for the Coyote, starting with a chase scene where he's carrying a hand grenade. The Road Runner outruns the explosive little thing, which (as he turns a corner of the road) ultimately bounces off the arm of a saguaro and flies right back into the Coyote's face. Now covered in cinders, he goes off to ponder his next play. Between a bow with a lanyard tied to his hide, a hydraulic press, a can of invisible paint, a shotgun disguised as a peepshow, a grappling hook, and a mini-rocket that tunnels all the way into China, the Coyote's ButtMonkey status reigns supreme.


* BreakingTheFourthWall: The overhead shot of his date with gravity (which is actually on a broken-off formation following the StrippingSnag) shows him waving goodbye.



* StrippingSnag: When the Coyote attempts to slingshot over to the Road Runner, the bottom half of his pelt rips clean off to reveal a pair of hairy legs, print underwear, and loose socks.

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* StrippingSnag: When the Coyote attempts to slingshot launch over to the Road Runner, the bottom half of his pelt rips clean off off, to reveal a pair of hairy legs, print underwear, and loose socks.


* AshFace: Several scenes: the grenade toss in the chase scene, the Secrets of a Harem look-through attraction with the shotgun as a lens, and the tearing of a cloud with a grappling hook (which emits a lightning blast).

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* AshFace: Several scenes: the grenade toss in the chase scene, the Secrets of a Harem look-through attraction peepshow with the shotgun as a lens, and the tearing of a cloud with a grappling hook (which emits a lightning blast).


* TalkingWithSigns: '''GET LOST!'''

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* TalkingWithSigns: When the Coyote lands in the drink, headfirst into the underwater ground, a fish comes up to observe this anomaly and gets answered with: '''GET LOST!'''


* StrippingSnag: When the Coyote attempts to slingshot over to the Road Runner, the bottom half of his pelt rips clean off to reveal a pair of hairy legs, print underwear, and loose socks.

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* StrippingSnag: When the Coyote attempts to slingshot over to the Road Runner, the bottom half of his pelt rips clean off to reveal a pair of hairy legs, print underwear, and loose socks.socks.
* TalkingWithSigns: '''GET LOST!'''

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