Wile E. Coyote is both thirsty and hungry in this one. He keeps seeing mirages of oases in the desert as he chases the Road Runner.

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Wile E. Coyote is both thirsty and hungry in this one. He keeps seeing mirages of oases in the desert as he chases the Road Runner.

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As the coyote is falling off of the cliff, the Road Runner is shown at the top watching him fall. Once the coyote hits the ground, the Road Runner appears right in front of him. How did the Road Runner get down there so quickly without falling? See more »

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Follows Zoom at the Top (1962) See more »

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Predictable and lacklustre, not the best of the Looney Tunes canon
26 May 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Now there is some decent animation, some nice music and there manages to be a worthwhile gag when Coyote transforms dynamite into a glass soda using...green paint, a straw and a slice of lemon. Sadly that is the most original the cartoon is, all the other gags are very hit and miss either taking a while to set up or misfiring on impact. The pacing is off as well, some of Chaser on the Rocks is very slow, while the story is very routine and predictable not the first Looney Tunes to suffer from this problem but it is significantly a problem here. The characters aren't engaging either, Wile E.Coyote is alright but the Roadrunner feels as though he is there because he is just there. Overall, lacklustre, predictable and disappointing, for me it is actually one of the weaker Looney Tunes cartoons. 4/10 Bethany Cox


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