Chuck Amuck: The Movie (1991)
Chuck Jones: I think you must learn - if you're in any filmmaking - you must respect the single frame. And there are twenty-four of those per second. If you don't respect that single frame you're in the same boat with a musician who does not respect an eighth note or a sixteenth note or a thirty-second note or whatever. You have to find the smallest unit and you have to love it and believe that one will make a difference. One frame to me will make the difference between whether the thing's funny or not.
Chuck Jones: George Santayana in his description - he must have seen one of our pictures - because he said, "A fanatic is someone who redoubles his effort when he's forgotten his aim." And that certainly is an apt description of the coyote. So when you think about it old George Santayana was watching our cartoons. It's rather - kinda touching.