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I discovered this new Wile E. Coyote and Roadrunner cartoon on the web. It is a brand new cartoon that has been created from a  complete digital format.


The traditional live real-instrumentation music has been retained, sound effects are 'original' and the crisp digital animation is actually pretty good.


I thought it would be kinda low rent but it turned out fine.


Check it out at this link that you will need to cut and paste. Remove the hyphen in the front:


-http://www.wimp.com/looneytoons/


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 This is so cool Sarge!! Love it!! I used to get up every Saturday morning to watch these cartoons.  Watching this in digital format was pretty darn awesome! 


Thank you for posting!  


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 This is so cool Sarge!! Love it!! I used to get up every Saturday morning to watch these cartoons.  Watching this in digital format was pretty darn awesome! 


Thank you for posting!  



I have the Looney Tunes Golden Collection, volumes 1-6.  Each volume has 4 DVD's.  The digital one is good but there was and is nothing like the original.  My kids are hooked.

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 This is so cool Sarge!! Love it!! I used to get up every Saturday morning to watch these cartoons.  Watching this in digital format was pretty darn awesome! 


Thank you for posting!  



I have the Looney Tunes Golden Collection, volumes 1-6.  Each volume has 4 DVD's.  The digital one is good but there was and is nothing like the original.  My kids are hooked.



It's nice that your kids enjoy the classics.  Last time I watched this with a kid in todays generation, they asked me when it was going to get funny/interesting.  I then had to count to ten and remind myself that "beating some sense into them" is actually a bad thing lol.

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 Memories from my childhood transformed into a timeless classic

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I got this link in an email a few weeks ago. It is pretty cool, especially on an HD monitor.


Like SkoolCop said, it's good, but nothing beats the originals. Even though the originals were before my time (bwahahahaha)


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I got this link in an email a few weeks ago. It is pretty cool, especially on an HD monitor.


Like SkoolCop said, it's good, but nothing beats the originals. Even though the originals were before my time (bwahahahaha)



They were made and played long before my time too.  It used to be that the only place you would see these were in theaters prior to viewing a single movie or between a double feature.  This was before my time.  As a kid, I saw them at the drive-in but by that time they were already on TV.  That said, the true test of a classic is how long they were around and still played on Saturday mornings and the afternoons the rest of the week on TV's across the nation.  My DVD box sets are priceless.

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 This is so cool Sarge!! Love it!! I used to get up every Saturday morning to watch these cartoons.  Watching this in digital format was pretty darn awesome! 


Thank you for posting!  



I have the Looney Tunes Golden Collection, volumes 1-6.  Each volume has 4 DVD's.  The digital one is good but there was and is nothing like the original.  My kids are hooked.



It's nice that your kids enjoy the classics.  Last time I watched this with a kid in todays generation, they asked me when it was going to get funny/interesting.  I then had to count to ten and remind myself that "beating some sense into them" is actually a bad thing lol.



They (my 3 girls) like my Three Stooges and Our Gang DVD's also.

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 I think my favorite was Foghorn Leghorn. I also remember a few others like Heckle and Jeckle .  Those were my favorites to.


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 That was cool


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I did not know my PL friends were such fans of Saturday morning cartoons when they were GOOD. 


I agree.  Classic Roadrunner is better because the artist's hand is apparent -



My hero - - CHUCK JONES!!!  His work is studied in film school!!!




 


VOICED BY MEL BLANC!!!



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Aim at the high mark and you will hit it. No, not the first time, not the second time and maybe not the third. But keep on aiming and keep on shooting for only practice will make you perfect. Finally you'll hit the bull's-eye of success.

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Back in the pre-PC days...who remembers this one? 


CREATED BY FRITZ FRELENG AND BOB CLAMPETT


VOICED BY MEL BLANC!!



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CREATED BY ROBERT McKIMSON.  VOICED BY MEL BLANC!!




 


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 I think my favorite was Foghorn Leghorn. I also remember a few others like Heckle and Jeckle .  Those were my favorites to.



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HECKLE AND JECKLE COP A PLEA!!



CREATED BY PAUL TERRY - TERRYTOONS!!


Unlike Bugs Bunny, Heckle and Jeckle's aggression was often unprovoked. 


Oftentimes their foes WON!  Gotta LOVE it!


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MY MAIN MAN MEL, MEL MY MAIN MAN



Melvin Jerome "Mel" Blanc (May 30, 1908 – July 10, 1989) was an American voice actor and comedian. Although he began his nearly six-decade-long career performing in radio commercials, Blanc is best remembered for his work with Warner Bros. as the voices of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Tweety Bird, Sylvester the Cat, Yosemite Sam, Foghorn Leghorn, Marvin the Martian, Pepé Le Pew, Speedy Gonzales, the Tasmanian Devil and many of the other characters from the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies theatrical cartoons, during the "Golden age of American animation."[1] He later worked for Hanna-Barbera's television cartoons, most notably as the voices of Barney Rubble in The Flintstones and Mr. Spacely in The Jetsons. Blanc was also a regular performer on The Jack Benny Program, in both its radio and television formats. Having earned the nickname “The Man of a Thousand Voices,” Blanc is regarded as one of the most influential people in the voice-acting industry.[2] Blanc has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6385 Hollywood Boulevard.[3]


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Tex Avery is probably my #1 cartoonist idol.  Tex Avery is Da Man.


I guess Tex is the only Texan I ever loved. Gaga Googoo. Goo-goo eyes.   lol


 



 


 


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 I loved Tex Avery shows, I especially liked his "House of Tomorrow" and "Car of Tomorrow" episodes.  Now does anyone remember this old cartoon (well old for me anyways) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susie_the_Little_Blue_Coupe

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cmm07r, no you are not too old to like Susie the Little Blue Coupe.  Nor are you too old to like Betty Boop-a-Doop.  lol



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cmm07r, no you are not too old to like Susie the Little Blue Coupe.  Nor are you too old to like Betty Boop-a-Doop.  lol



Oh, I know I'm not too old for this; this video came out 36 years before I was born.  I did used to have this on VHS though ( I may still).

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cmm07r, don't feel bad, at your age I can see why you would prefer Susie over Spongebob.  lol


Which is good, because even Spongebob considers Tex Avery an auteur.


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Catwoman911 says ...



 This is so cool Sarge!! Love it!! I used to get up every Saturday morning to watch these cartoons.  Watching this in digital format was pretty darn awesome! 


Thank you for posting!  



I have the Looney Tunes Golden Collection, volumes 1-6.  Each volume has 4 DVD's.  The digital one is good but there was and is nothing like the original.  My kids are hooked.



I am soooooo jealous!  My favorite is Bugs Bunny because of his wit ... but love Wile E Coyote "Super Genius".. lol... because he just never gives up. :)


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 This is so cool Sarge!! Love it!! I used to get up every Saturday morning to watch these cartoons.  Watching this in digital format was pretty darn awesome! 


Thank you for posting!  



I have the Looney Tunes Golden Collection, volumes 1-6.  Each volume has 4 DVD's.  The digital one is good but there was and is nothing like the original.  My kids are hooked.



I am soooooo jealous!  My favorite is Bugs Bunny because of his wit ... but love Wile E Coyote "Super Genius".. lol... because he just never gives up. :)




Volumes 1, 2 and 3 on the bottom and volumes 4, 5 and 6 on top.  They are available individually or as a complete set at target dot com.

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These were always my favorite cartoons. SkoolCop, thanks for the heads-up on the DVD set availability !! 

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These were always my favorite cartoons. SkoolCop, thanks for the heads-up on the DVD set availability !! 



I can and do watch these for hours at a time.

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These were always my favorite cartoons. SkoolCop, thanks for the heads-up on the DVD set availability !! 



Bump to that!! Thank you, Skoolcop!!  


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I had to work on another thread yesterday, but here's a two fer, Skool!


Yosemite Sam - Also created by Fritz Freleng and voiced by Mel Blanc.


Bugs Bunny - Created by:  Ben Hardaway / Cal Dalton / Tex Avery.  Voiced by Mel Blanc.



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Bugs Bunny  Developed by:  Bob Clampett / Fritz Freleng/ Chuck Jones / Robert McKimson. 


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— Annie Oakley , Annie Oakley exhibit at the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame in Fort Worth, Texas

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