Little Go Beep
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Little Go Beep is a 2000 Looney Tunes cartoon starring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote as babies. It was directed by Spike Brandt and the music was composed by Richard Stone. Based on Chuck Jones Wile. E. Coyote and Road Runner cartoons.
The cartoon starts with baby Wile E. Coyote being told by his father Cage E. Coyote (voiced by Stan Freberg) that he is not allowed to talk until he catches the Road Runner. Wile E. then sees baby Road Runner; as the Road Runner is running, the cartoon freezes and words pop up saying: ROAD RUNNER (morselius babyfatus tastius). Then, the cartoon freezes again and says: COYOTE (poor schinookius) and the coyote falls on the words that popped up.
PLAN 1: Wile E. uses some keys to open a door to a room that has dangerous explosive items and ends up getting blown up.
PLAN 2: Wile E. uses a badger trap to catch the Road Runner, but he catches a badger instead.
PLAN 3: Wile E. gets a package from the mail—a stretch hamstring—to stop the Road Runner, but ends up getting crushed by two cacti.
PLAN 4: Wile E. uses his jack in the box to punch the Road Runner, but he gets punched instead. He does get the Road Runner, but he then escapes from him.
PLAN 5: Wile E. uses toy rockets full of water on a big trike, but gets punched which sends him flying in the badger trap and gets beaten up by the badger he caught earlier. Cage E. is proud that his son tried to catch the Road Runner, but mentions that he will not be able to talk for a long time.
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