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== Availability ==
== Availability ==
* (2011) DVD - ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Road Runner & Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks]]''
* (2011) DVD - ''[[Looney Tunes Super Stars' Road Runner & Wile E. Coyote: Supergenius Hijinks]]''
* (2020) DVD - ''Looney Tunes Parodies Collection''
* (2020) DVD - ''[[Looney Tunes: Parodies Collection]] ''
== Notes ==
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Littlgobeep.jpg|Opening Card with Roadrunner and Coyote
Littlgobeep.jpg|Opening Card with Roadrunner and Coyote

Revision as of 10:04, February 15, 2020

Little Go Beep
Little Go Beep Title Card
Directed By: Spike Brandt
Produced By: Lorri A. Bond
Spike Brandt
Kathleen Helppie-Shipley
Released: December 30, 2000
Series: Looney Tunes
Story: Earl Kress
Kathleen Helppie-Shirley
Animation: Arland Barron
Spike Brandt
Tony Cervone
John Griffin
Jon McClenahan
Frank Molieri
Michael Nickelson
Dave Pryor
Harry Sabin
Jeff Siergey
David S. Smith
Neal Sternecky
Derek Lee Thompson
Backgrounds: Bonnie Callahan
Dennis Durrell
Pat Keppler
Dennis Venizelos
Bill Wray
Film Editor:
Voiced By: Stan Freberg
Music: Richard Stone
Starring: Wile E. Coyote
Road Runner
Cage E. Coyote
Preceded By: Father of the Bird
Succeeded By: Whizzard of Ow
Little Go Beep

Little Go Beep

Little Go Beep is a 2000 Looney Tunes short directed by Spike Brandt.


The title is a play on "Little Bo Peep".


Baby Wile E. Coyote is told by his father Cage E. Coyote that he is not allowed to talk until he catches a roadrunner. Wile E. then sees Baby Roadrunner, as the roadrunner is running the cartoon freezes and words pop up saying: ROADRUNNER (morselius babyfatus tastius). Then, the cartoon freezes again and says: COYOTE (poor schinookius) and the coyote falls on the words that popped up.

PLAN 1: Wile uses some keys to open a door to a room that has dangerous explosive items and ends up getting blown up.

PLAN 2: Wile uses a badger trap to try to catch Road, but he catches a badger instead.

PLAN 3: Wile gets a package from the mail a stretch hamstring to stop Road but ends up getting crushed by two cacti.

PLAN 4: Wile E. uses his jack in the box to punch Road, but he gets punched instead. He does get Road, but then fails.

PLAN 5: Wile uses toy rockets full of water on a big trike but gets in the badger trap and gets beaten up by the badger he caught earlier. Cage is proud that his son tries to catch Road, but he will not be able to talk for a long time.



  • Two of Cage's trophies were named after Charles Jones and Michael Maltese, both of whom worked on the original Road Runner cartoons.
  • This cartoon explains why Wile E. does not talk. This is confusing because Wile E. did speak in the Bugs Bunny cartoons, Adventures of the Road-Runner, an episode of Tiny Toon Adventures and the webtoons seen in the video Looney Tunes: Reality Check, and in New Looney Tunes.
  • This is the only appearance of Wile E.'s father Cage E. Coyote.
  • This was Richard Stone's final musical collaboration before his death in 2001.
  • The cartoon's opening credits also reveal some photos from Wile E. Coyote's past which are set in-between the events of this cartoon and the main Coyote continuity.
  • This is the last Coyote/Road Runner short produced in fullscreen 4:3, as well as the final 2D-animated Looney Tunes carton produced using traditional cel animation; the later 2D-animated Looney Tunes shorts produced by Larry Doyle are produced using digital ink and paint.
  • This is the final Looney Tunes cartoon of the 20th century, and the only one released in 2000.


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