Thursday, June 13, 2013

"Meep-Meep" For The 21st Century

I blame Jeffro:

Oh, yeah.

14 comments:

Carteach said...

:-)

docjim505 said...

LOL!

Which I normally don't do at RR / Coyote cartoons.

Thanks.

Wayne Conrad said...

Funny! The important things from the original cartoons are all there. The long chains of sight gags, the sense of irony, the comic timing, the orchestration--it's all there.

Chuck Jones, I still miss ya, but you'd be proud of this one.

Mike V. said...

What Wayne said!

Fuzzy Curmudgeon said...

Well, alrighty then.

Took me back to my yoot', that did.

LCB said...

Awesome...thanks for sharing...

Stretch said...

The use of the "classic western" music was inspired.
Thanks for posting it.

rickn8or said...

Most giggleworthy.

As good as the ones I remember from my yoot.

Charles Pergiel said...

Stupendous!

Dirk said...

Like Wayne said, despite the fancy look, it was classic RR/Coyote. He's right - Chuck would have approved!

Stranger said...

Nice. It reminds me of a story one of my aunts told of a group of young men who had left the camp on an unauthorized raiding party.

Two of the young men decided to capture an iron horse. So they stretched a rope between two horses and took positions on each side of the track at the end of a long downgrade.

The engine was probably doing 30 when it hit the rope. You can imagine the result. Oddly, their horses were hot hurt as badly as they were.

Stranger

JohnW said...

I've always wondered whether someone at the BATFEIEIO was an RR fan; the first cartoon was called "Fast & Furry-ous."

Roberta X said...

...Of course, they think the Coyote is the hero....

Jeffro said...

Awesome!