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The fastest denizen of the desert, the Road Runner, Accelerati incredibulis in Latin, is a bird of very few words. "Beep, beep," to be exact, is the limit of his vocabulary. Although he always stays on the road, his awesome speed allows him to escape Wile E. Coyote's every trap. The Road Runner's outwitting and out-running of his archenemy, the coyote, are the source of never-ending fun.

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The fastest denizen of the desert, the Road Runner, Accelerati incredibulis in Latin, is a bird of very few words. "Beep, beep," to be exact, is the limit of his vocabulary. Although he always stays on the road, his awesome speed allows him to escape Wile E. Coyote's every trap. The Road Runner's outwitting and out-running of his archenemy, the coyote, are the source of never-ending fun.

    • EPISODE 1

    Beep, Beep / Fast and Furry-ous

    The Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote are at it again in this classic Looney Tunes episode. Some highlights include Coyote lighting a match in a room full of explosives and Coyote flying off into the sky with one of his rockets. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / Wile E. Coyote makes 11 disastrous attempts to catch the Road runner. Directed by: Charles M. Jones

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    • 13 Minutes

    The Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote are at it again in this classic Looney Tunes episode. Some highlights include Coyote lighting a match in a room full of explosives and Coyote flying off into the sky with one of his rockets. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / Wile E. Coyote makes 11 disastrous attempts to catch the Road runner. Directed by: Charles M. Jones

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    • 13 Minutes
    • EPISODE 2

    Going! Going! Gosh! / Ready, Set, Zoom!

    The Coyote makes various attempts to get the Road Runner, like using an explosive-tipped arrow, shooting himself out of a sling shot, and covering the road with quick drying cement. A classic Looney Tunes episode. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / Coyote chases Road Runner, and each of them play pranks on each other trying to blow the other one up. Directed by: Charles M. Jones

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    • 13 Minutes

    The Coyote makes various attempts to get the Road Runner, like using an explosive-tipped arrow, shooting himself out of a sling shot, and covering the road with quick drying cement. A classic Looney Tunes episode. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / Coyote chases Road Runner, and each of them play pranks on each other trying to blow the other one up. Directed by: Charles M. Jones

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    • 13 Minutes
    • EPISODE 3

    There They Go-Go-Go / To Beep or Not to Beep

    In this classic Looney Tunes episode, the Coyote tries to capture the Road Runner, but all his gadgets backfire and all of his ideas fail. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / When he finds a picture of baked Road Runner while skimming a book of "Western Cookery," the Coyote licks his chops and is determined to catch the bird. Directed by: Charles M. Jones

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    • 13 Minutes

    In this classic Looney Tunes episode, the Coyote tries to capture the Road Runner, but all his gadgets backfire and all of his ideas fail. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / When he finds a picture of baked Road Runner while skimming a book of "Western Cookery," the Coyote licks his chops and is determined to catch the bird. Directed by: Charles M. Jones

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    • 13 Minutes
    • EPISODE 4

    Gee Whiz-zz / Guided Muscle

    Wile E. Coyote tries to get the Road Runner in this classic Looney Tunes episode. He uses a bullet that can't outrace the Road Runner and a variety of other inventions including an Acme Batman outfit. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / The Coyote tries to kill the Road Runner with an arrow, a wrecking ball, a cannon, a big medicine ball, and dynamite on a fishing rod. Directed by: Charles M. Jones

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    • 13 Minutes

    Wile E. Coyote tries to get the Road Runner in this classic Looney Tunes episode. He uses a bullet that can't outrace the Road Runner and a variety of other inventions including an Acme Batman outfit. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / The Coyote tries to kill the Road Runner with an arrow, a wrecking ball, a cannon, a big medicine ball, and dynamite on a fishing rod. Directed by: Charles M. Jones

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    • 13 Minutes
    • EPISODE 5

    Stop, Look, and Hasten / Zipping Along

    The Coyote employs a series of devices to try to capture the Road Runner in this classic Looney Tunes episode. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / The Road Runner outpaces a speeding locomotive and then repeatedly runs over and knocks down the Coyote at an intersection. Directed by: Charles M. Jones

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    • 13 Minutes

    The Coyote employs a series of devices to try to capture the Road Runner in this classic Looney Tunes episode. Directed by: Charles M. Jones / The Road Runner outpaces a speeding locomotive and then repeatedly runs over and knocks down the Coyote at an intersection. Directed by: Charles M. Jones

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    • 13 Minutes
    • EPISODE 6

    Whoa Be-Gone! / Scrambled Aches

    The Coyote tries different plans and different devices to catch the Road Runner including a rocket, a trampoline, a rubber band and dynamite. A classic Looney Tunes episode. Directed by Charles M. Jones / The Coyote chases the Road Runner -- unsuccessful in catching him on every attempt. Directed by: Charles M. Jones

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    • 13 Minutes

    The Coyote tries different plans and different devices to catch the Road Runner including a rocket, a trampoline, a rubber band and dynamite. A classic Looney Tunes episode. Directed by Charles M. Jones / The Coyote chases the Road Runner -- unsuccessful in catching him on every attempt. Directed by: Charles M. Jones

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    • 13 Minutes
    • EPISODE 7

    The Wild Chase / Zoom & Bored

    A big race is held to determine who is the fastest: Speedy Gonzales or the Road Runner. Meanwhile, the Coyote and Sylvester wait in the rocks with fork and knife in this classic Looney Tunes episode. Directed by: Friz Freleng / The Coyote chases the Road Runner but takes a nervous leap anytime the bird sneaks up behind him and "beep-beeps." Directed by: Charles M. Jones

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    • 12 Minutes

    A big race is held to determine who is the fastest: Speedy Gonzales or the Road Runner. Meanwhile, the Coyote and Sylvester wait in the rocks with fork and knife in this classic Looney Tunes episode. Directed by: Friz Freleng / The Coyote chases the Road Runner but takes a nervous leap anytime the bird sneaks up behind him and "beep-beeps." Directed by: Charles M. Jones

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    • 12 Minutes
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