Good (Encouraging) Stuff (Part 2)

A list of rules that Chuck Jones and Michael Maltese made for every classic Looney Tunes cartoon short with Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote.

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I thought at some point they introduced dialogue by the Coyote? Am I mis-remembering that?

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They have broken or bent some of the rules, but I don’t think that one. He does talk – but only when he is paired with Bugs Bunny, not in the Road Runner cartoons.

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That’s a monologue?

Coyote definitely spoke sometimes.

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Only time I remember him talking was with the sheep dog when they were clocking in and clocking out. Might have been a different coyote, though.

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That’s Ralph Wolf. He has a different color nose.

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He definitely spoke with Bugs.

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“Wile E. Coyote. Super genius.”

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Somebody should make a movie where the Coyote sues the ACME corporation. I’d watch it in a heartbeat

/s

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They could have Muttley on the jury sniggering at each fresh humiliation Wile E outlined. Pause for a best as Wile looks over at him and continues.

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Coyote vs. Acme - Wikipedia.

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Is it me or could that set of rules work with Wile E Coyote replaced by the Republican Party?

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Huh, never realized the bird was always on a road. :laughing:

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That’s one they don’t mind breaking in places.

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https://www.cnn.com/2024/04/01/us/tulsa-race-massacre-final-appeal/index.html

Mother Randle and Mother Fletcher have seen so much.
Thank you for telling us. For reminding us. All of us.

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Roadbird just doesn’t roll of the tongue like roadman, it’s true…

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Hero!

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The glass, or perhaps the water leaving the crash site, is half-full:

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He plans to visit Rivendell after his party.

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