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Wile E. Coyote's plans for catching the Road Runner involve a giant elastic spring, a gun and trampoline, TNT sticks in a barrel, and tornado seeds. The last of these schemes results in the Coyote being swept up by a twister and carried into a mine field.Written by
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Yet again, Wile E. Coyote (insert scientific name involving eating) sets a series of traps to get Road Runner (insert scientific name involving speed), but always gets himself. Probably the coolest one here is a tornado seed. Sure enough, he gets sucked in...and then there's a mine field! And the guy still doesn't give up! True, even before "Whoa, Be-Gone!" starts, you know what sorts of things are going to happen, but it's still a hoot. After all, WEC always gets his just desserts for trying to harm RR (another one of the tricks involves a trampoline). It's truly a classic.
Available on Volume 2 Disc 2 of the Looney Tunes DVDs.
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