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Roadrunner a Go-Go
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Directed By: Chuck Jones (uncredited)
Maurice Noble (uncredited)
Produced By: David H. DePatie (uncredited)
Friz Freleng (uncredited)
Released: February 1, 1965
Series: Merrie Melodies
Story: John Dunn
Chuck Jones (uncredited)
Michael Maltese (uncredited)
Animation: Ken Harris
Dick Thompson
Ben Washam
Tom Ray
Brad Bransford
Layouts: Maurice Noble
Backgrounds: Philip DeGuard
Film Editor: Treg Brown
Voiced By: Mel Blanc
Dick Beals
Nancy Wible
Paul Julian (uncredited)
Music: Milt Franklyn
Starring: Wile E. Coyote
Road Runner
Preceded By: Cats and Bruises
Succeeded By: The Wild Chase
Roadrunner a Go-Go 1965

Roadrunner a Go-Go 1965

Wile E. Coyote And Road Runner - (Ep

Wile E. Coyote And Road Runner - (Ep. 27) - Road Runner A Go-Go

Roadrunner a Go-Go is a 1965 Merrie Melodies short, cut from the 1962 pilot Adventures of the Road-Runner, directed by Chuck Jones and Maurice Noble.

Plot

Wile E. Coyote uses slow motion photography to record his failures at catching the Road Runner in hopes of detecting where exactly he went wrong and avoiding the same pitfalls in the future.

Notes

  • This is one of the three cartoons cut from the unsold pilot Adventures of the Road-Runner; the others were "To Beep or Not to Beep" and "Zip Zip Hooray!"
  • Milt Franklyn was credited as the musician with the correct spelling of his name.
  • This cartoon and "Zip Zip Hooray!" were the only two Adventures of the Road Runner cut-downs that wasn't done by William Lava, due to extremely poor budgets.
  • This short includes the sequence of Adventures of the Road-Runner with Wile E. Coyote speaking to the viewing audience. This cartoon also features a theme song called "Out in the Desert". The original pilot was produced by David H. DePatie with supervising director Chuck Jones.
  • A Tom & Jerry cartoon produced by Chuck Jones (but uncredited) called "Shutter Bugged Cat" is loosely based on this episode, as both feature reused footage from older cartoons with the same result.
  • The toy plane/grenade sequence is reused from "Zip 'n Snort".

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