Baby Wile E. Coyote is told by his father, Cage E., that he's not to speak until he catches a roadrunner. Wile E. tries several products from Acme Jr., including a jack-in-the-box and a ... See full summary »

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Baby Wile E. Coyote is told by his father, Cage E., that he's not to speak until he catches a roadrunner. Wile E. tries several products from Acme Jr., including a jack-in-the-box and a water-rocket-propelled bike. They maintain the fine tradition of Acme quality products. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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This cartoon explains why Wile E. Coyote doesn't talk, because his father told him not to speak until he catches a roadrunner. This is a confusion because Wile E. Coyote has spoken before in "Operation Rabbit" (1952), "To Hare is Human" (1956), "Rabbit's Feat" (1960), "Compressed Hare" (1961), "Adventures of the Road Runner" (1962), and even the Tiny Toon Adventures episode "Psychic Fun-omenon Day". See more »

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Follows Tired and Feathered (1965) See more »

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Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet
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Music by Percy Wenrich
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Whoever knew that Wile E. Coyote would be this cute and crafty as a baby?
19 July 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The Road Runner/Wile E. Coyote series was on the most part entertaining, especially for Coyote. Little Go Beep was surprisingly delightful for a late Looney Tunes cartoon, and is almost as good as the best Road Runner/Coyote cartoons. Road Runner has very little to do, in fact he's barely in it but that it was all that wasn't quite so good. Wile really does steal the show, even as a baby he is hilarious and crafty with priceless facial expressions that are just as funny as the gags. And he is so cute. The story is vibrantly paced and very loyal to the "formula" format of the series, if you've seen a Roadrunner/Coyote cartoon before the story and the outcomes of Wile's traps won't come as a surprise but that doesn't matter. In fact, the cartoon really respects the previous Roadrunner/Coyote cartoons, with the type of gags, Wile's facial expressions and even the screen captions at the beginning. The animation is bright and colourful with lots of detail and fluid movements, characters move easily and are always on model, and again Wile's expressions are beautifully and cleverly done. The music has much bombastic energy and the orchestration is very lively, enhancing the action really well. You won't be surprised by the outcome of the gags, but they are still hilarious, felt very fresh and quite clever actually, can't decide which is the favourite because they all worked, with an ending that you do not expect. Coyote's father has a final line that raises a laugh and Stan Freberg does a good job voicing him. All in all, cute, colourful and hilarious, a delightful modern cartoon that re-captures the charm and spirit of the Roadrunner/Coyote series really quite well. 9/10 Bethany Cox


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