Fastest With The MostestFastest With The Mostest (1960) - Looney Tunes Theatrical Cartoon Series
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- Looney Tunes Theatrical Cartoon Series
- Warner Bros.
- Distributed by: Warner Bros.
- Cartoon Characters: Road Runner, Wile E. Coyote.
- Originally Released in 1960.
- Running Time: 7:19 minutes.
Plan B: Wile E. tries a trap which involves hanging over the Road Runner, who has stopped running to partake in the coyote's advertised "Tranquilizer Bird Seed." When the coyote falls, the bird kindly places a spring underneath him (for which Wile E. holds up a sign reading "Thanks").
Plan C: Wile E. thinks he's got the Road Runner. He even gets out his knife, fork and napkin! But when he corners the Road Runner at the edge of a cliff, his part gives way and he falls right through (his cutlery giving him a close shave). Before he knows it, he drops into a waterfall and lands in a river, eventually carries him through a series of ever-smaller tunnels and pipes and out a faucet.
At the end of this ordeal, the coyote gazes at the Road Runner standing calmly on the unconnected yet stable piece of precipice, and comments, via a sign, "I wouldn't mind- except that he defies the law of gravity!" The Road Runner answers with a sign of his own: "Sure, but I never studied law."
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