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Looney Tunes 11 Seasons

Looney Tunes: Road Runner & Wile E. Coyote

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1. Beep, Beep / Fast and Furry-ous

The Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote are at it again in this classic Looney Tunes episode. Some highlights include Coyote lighting a match in a room full of explosives and Coyote flying off into the sky with one of his rockets. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / Wile E. Coyote makes 11 disastrous attempts to catch the Road runner. Directed by: Charles M. Jones

TV-NR CC Runtime: 13 minutes Release date: January 1, 2007
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2. Going! Going! Gosh! / Ready, Set, Zoom!

The Coyote makes various attempts to get the Road Runner, like using an explosive-tipped arrow, shooting himself out of a sling shot, and covering the road with quick drying cement. A classic Looney Tunes episode. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / Coyote chases Road Runner, and each of them play pranks on each other trying to blow the other one up. Directed by: Charles M. Jones

TV-NR CC Runtime: 13 minutes Release date: January 1, 2007
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3. There They Go-Go-Go / To Beep or Not to Beep

In this classic Looney Tunes episode, the Coyote tries to capture the Road Runner, but all his gadgets backfire and all of his ideas fail. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / When he finds a picture of baked Road Runner while skimming a book of "Western Cookery," the Coyote licks his chops and is determined to catch the bird. Directed by: Charles M. Jones

TV-NR CC Runtime: 13 minutes Release date: January 1, 2007
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4. Gee Whiz-zz / Guided Muscle

Wile E. Coyote tries to get the Road Runner in this classic Looney Tunes episode. He uses a bullet that can't outrace the Road Runner and a variety of other inventions including an Acme Batman outfit. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / The Coyote tries to kill the Road Runner with an arrow, a wrecking ball, a cannon, a big medicine ball, and dynamite on a fishing rod. Directed by: Charles M. Jones

TV-NR CC Runtime: 13 minutes Release date: January 1, 2007
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5. Stop, Look, and Hasten / Zipping Along

The Coyote employs a series of devices to try to capture the Road Runner in this classic Looney Tunes episode. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / The Road Runner outpaces a speeding locomotive and then repeatedly runs over and knocks down the Coyote at an intersection. Directed by: Charles M. Jones

TV-NR CC Runtime: 13 minutes Release date: January 1, 2007
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6. Whoa Be-Gone! / Scrambled Aches

The Coyote tries different plans and different devices to catch the Road Runner including a rocket, a trampoline, a rubber band and dynamite. A classic Looney Tunes episode. Directed by Charles M. Jones / The Coyote chases the Road Runner -- unsuccessful in catching him on every attempt. Directed by: Charles M. Jones

TV-NR CC Runtime: 13 minutes Release date: January 1, 2007
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7. Wild Chase, The / Zoom & Bored

A big race is held to determine who is the fastest: Speedy Gonzales or the Road Runner. Meanwhile, the Coyote and Sylvester wait in the rocks with fork and knife in this classic Looney Tunes episode. Directed by: Friz Freleng / The Coyote chases the Road Runner but takes a nervous leap anytime the bird sneaks up behind him and "beep-beeps." Directed by: Charles M. Jones

TV-NR CC Runtime: 12 minutes Release date: January 1, 2007
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Product Details

Genres Comedy, Kids & Family
Network Warner Bros.
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By C. Ricci on September 28, 2011
I've been waiting forever for a collection of just classic Road Runner cartoons, and this "season" hits the spot. There are a few DVD collections you can get that either mix them in with other classic Looney Tunes shorts or try to pass off the weaker later episodes for the real classics. These are Chuck Jones at his prime (with one solid Friz Freleng in there for good measure). All the bizarre, surreal, and gleefully repetitive gags that have since become cartoon hallmarks. Great collection!
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I remember it like it was yesterday...not almost forty some odd years ago. I would FORCE myself to get up at the crack of dawn every Saturday morning...my eyes begging to go back to sleep...but NO! I had to be in front of the t.v. to watch the BUGS BUNNY AND ROAD RUNNER SHOW. In those days, cartoons only came on SATUDAY MORNING...and the splendor of the once a week magic would be gone by noon. Which is when the grownups got out of bed after a hard week and it was time to watch grown-up stuff. There were only three channels on the air at the time (and one of those blurred by lines and static). Kids today can watch an endless choice of toons 24/7. They just don't know of the treasured value of these old "bloop bloop ZOOOOOOM" cartoons. Thank goodness for Amazon!! The Ardvark and the ant...the Tazmanian devil...Pink Panther, ALL, of the old fantastical world is still there!!
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Can u believe there was less than 17 of these made in their heyday of the. 60's? I didn't and wish tier were more! The cartoon that made the word "Acme " famous. Great, great, feat, ...vroom... Download to "Anazon Instant" today!
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We both love classic cartoons............none of this modern stuff. These are all great. Just wish I could get them on a DVD so that we can take them with us on trips. Roadrunner and Wile E Coyote cartoons are hard to come by.
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By Jessi on February 19, 2012
I love the old cartoons. But its just crazy to pay $2 for 14 min episodes. When I spend $2 on other tv shows that are 45min long.
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Purchased this on Amazon Prime for not too much money I recall. My daughter told me her children were not interested in this old slapstick stuff. Well, my grandchildren love it - especially Road Runner - they watch it over and over - and howl every time Willie takes a hit. Anything that makes my grandchildren laugh is five stars for their Pop Pop.
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Most consistently my favorites among the Looney Tunes cartoons. There are individual Bugs Bunny or Daffy Duck cartoons which are my all-time favorites (also a huge fan of the mice Hubie and Bertie and of Claude the Cat), but Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote are consistently hilarious — no duds at all in the collection. I've traveled to places where no English was spoken, but people would still be falling over laughing at Wile E. Coyote. If Chuck Jones didn't direct all of these, he did most of them. His style is unmistakable.

These were all created for the "old" big screen, so they are all in a 4:3 format, but apart from the cropping at the two sides, they look great on an HDTV.

There are 11 cartoons (or maybe 11 pairs of cartoons) in this series. You can't beat the price. I actually already had a set on DVD, but bought the streaming version anyway for ease.
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Though I very much prefer if the entire Warner Brothers classic cartoons were available on Blu-ray and/or DVD, I like the fact that I can at least watch these timeless cartoons on any device that has Amazon on it, such as my Blu-ray player.

Nothing else to add about the cartoons that I purchased here. People that are better experts on animation than I'll ever dream to be have said all that has to be said about these series of cartoons. Worth the purchase.
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