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Fur Of Flying is the second short (3 minute) CGI 3D cartoon from Warner Bros featuring the Road Runner and the Coyote. The previous one featured a bungee rope and petrol tanker: this one features a ceiling fan and a couple of missiles.
The high concept - Coyote engaged on a mission which, he knows from the start, is foredoomed to failure - remains deliciously intact.
As before, this captures the ambiance of the Chuck Jones classics perfectly, from characters, to backgrounds, to animation style, to gags, to music. And, as before, it is very very funny, and a perfect use of both CGI and 3D.
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