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  • Wile E. Coyote
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  • In "I Never Met the Dead Man" he appears riding in a car with Peter Griffin, they run over the Road Runner. When Peter realizes it, he tells him that Road Runner is fine & to keep going. In "PTV" he appears in a cutaway when Peter claims he worked for ACME. He offers a store credit when Wile E. claims a refund for a giant sling shot that slammed him into a mountain. Mrs. Coyote then appears telling her husband to hurry up. Wile E. was voiced by Seth MacFarlane.
  • The Wile E. Coyote has been released in the following 1/64 scale versions:
  • Wile E. Coyote is a cartoon character out of the Loonie Toon and Merrie Melodies cartoon's. He is often simply referred to as 'The Coyote' when making reference to Road Runner (His comical counterpart) and the Coyote. He would occansionally make cameo appearances in Bug Bunny shorts. Wile E. Coyote is mentioned as a pop culture reference in "Sunshine Days".
  • Wile E. (Ethelbert) Coyote (Desertus-operativus Idioticus) (July 21 1919 - May 21, 2008) is a super genius. He is consistently ranked among the world's greatest minds in history. He is responsible for some of mankind's greatest in inventions including the world's first thought-activated television, the personalized doormat, and the morality reader, which enables one to see if stranger is good or evil. His most notable invention, however, is probably Illudium Pew 36, a yellow pill he created that suspends the aging process and enables one to withstand great amounts of pain that may otherwise kill someone. While he never quite perfected it, this pill quickly became the top-selling product of all-time and continues to be used by billions today.
  • He gets run over by Slappy Squirrel in Little Old Slappy from Pasadena. He was chasing Road Runner and gets hit by a truck in Bumbie's Mom. In "One Flew Over the Cuckoo Clock", Wile E. is seen at the hospital in a wheel chair (however, his face is not shown). Wile E. also appears in in a The Wizard of Oz parody, dressed in his batsuit from one short, in a tornado funnel in "Buttons in Ows".
  • Wile E. Coyote is an adult male coyote who appeared on a Couch gag, in which he paints a fake couch on the living room wall which The Simpsons run into and get hurt.
  • Wile E. Coyote is an antagonist in Kingdom Hearts II ½. He is one of the bosses in Looney Tune Land.
  • Wile E. Coyote is one of the main antagonists of the Looney Tunes franchise. He is an animated cartoon character, created by Chuck Jones for the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons. He debuted in the 1949 cartoon Fast & Furry-ous alongside his archenemy, Road Runner, the prey he has his quest to catch.
  • Wile E. Coyote is an animated cartoon character, created by Chuck Jones for Warner Bros. Looney Tunes series. His debut was in Looney Tunes animated cartoon "Fast and Furry-ous" along with Road Runner. In Tiny Toon Adventures, he is the mentor and favorite teacher of Calamity Coyote.
  • Wile E. Coyote is a Looney Tunes character who has starred in numerous theatrical and made-for-TV cartoons. In Gay Bash The gay test that Foxxy administers to Xandir is produced by the Acme Corporation, the fictitious company that supplies Wile E. Coyote with all his devices for capturing the Road Runner. in The One Wherein There Is a Big Twist, Part II, a Wile E. Coyote-shaped crater, can be seen amongst the wreckage on the beach. The red nose he is drawn with here gives him more of a resemblance to another Looney Tunes character created by Chuck Jones, Ralph Wolf.
  • Wile E. is voiced by Joe Alaskey when he talks in Tiny Toon Adventures. Wile E. is the mentor and favorite teacher of Calamity Coyote, as such, most of his appearances in Tiny Toon Adventures usually show him alongside him. He teaches his student how to become a genius and how to catch a roadrunner, but like Wile E., he has little success. Wile E. appears briefly in The Looney Beginning to have an anvil fall on his head in Anvil Dropping class. In Thirteensomething, he teaches the kids a lesson on tunnel painting.
  • Coyote is a clever fiend, always making a new invention to catch the pesky Road Runner. Although he has made several attempts, he has never suceeded in catching his speedy opponent. But it isn't Road Runner who causes his inventions to fail. Instead, Coyote himself causes his own plans to backfire, mainly because he did not plan the consequences of his actions.
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  • Brown
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  • Antagonist
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  • Incompetent Villain, Predator
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  • Fast and Furry-ous
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  • DTX13
Box Title
  • Wile E. Coyote
Job
  • Cartoon character
Goals
  • To catch and eat Bugs Bunny .
  • To catch and eat the Road Runner .
Eyes
  • Black
Origin
  • Fast and Furry-ous
Skills
  • Incredible speed
  • Arsenal of ACME machines
  • Great resistance to death
  • Incredible strength
  • Unbending determination
Series
Appearance
Name
  • Wile E. Coyote
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  • :
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Alias
  • Coyote
Hobby
  • Chasing the Road Runner.
Species
  • Coyote
Image size
  • 250
Color
  • Brown
Years
  • 2017
Occupation
  • ACME employee
Fullname
  • Wile E. Coyote
Image File
  • Coyote.gif
Gender
  • Male
Designer
  • ???
Size
  • 200
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  • In "I Never Met the Dead Man" he appears riding in a car with Peter Griffin, they run over the Road Runner. When Peter realizes it, he tells him that Road Runner is fine & to keep going. In "PTV" he appears in a cutaway when Peter claims he worked for ACME. He offers a store credit when Wile E. claims a refund for a giant sling shot that slammed him into a mountain. Mrs. Coyote then appears telling her husband to hurry up. Wile E. was voiced by Seth MacFarlane.
  • The Wile E. Coyote has been released in the following 1/64 scale versions:
  • Wile E. Coyote is a cartoon character out of the Loonie Toon and Merrie Melodies cartoon's. He is often simply referred to as 'The Coyote' when making reference to Road Runner (His comical counterpart) and the Coyote. He would occansionally make cameo appearances in Bug Bunny shorts. Wile E. Coyote is mentioned as a pop culture reference in "Sunshine Days".
  • Wile E. is voiced by Joe Alaskey when he talks in Tiny Toon Adventures. Wile E. is the mentor and favorite teacher of Calamity Coyote, as such, most of his appearances in Tiny Toon Adventures usually show him alongside him. He teaches his student how to become a genius and how to catch a roadrunner, but like Wile E., he has little success. Wile E. appears briefly in The Looney Beginning to have an anvil fall on his head in Anvil Dropping class. In Fields of Honey, Wile E. is briefly shown at a meeting held by Babs at Acme Looniversity with a majority of the other Looney Tunes teaching staff. Babs is so intent and overzealous on them building a "really big theater" and show nothing but Honey cartoons so that people would come and watch because the "strange voice" (revealed later as Bosko) told her to do so, that she appears to be going mad (even drooling over the table). They promptly send her to the nurse's office to see Elmyra, who also concludes that she has gone crazy. He appears briefly in Animaniacs!, where he is sitting with many of the of the Looney Tunes characters. When Bugs announces it is time to judge the Acme Looniversity Student Film Festival, Wile E., along with most of the other Looney Tunes, runs away, as he does not want to be one of the judges. In the Psychic Fun-omenon Day episode segment, Piece of Mind, Wile E. appears as the narrator for Calamity's life story as Calamity falls from a really tall building (Wile E. follows him down on a floating cloud). In this rare speaking appearance, he is voiced by Joe Alaskey. After narrating Calamity's life story, he says a long-drawn out good-bye (despite his self-proclaimed intellect) and Calamity, annoyed with him, puts him in his place (literally, as he yanks the cloud from underneath him and uses it to save himself, causing the older coyote "super genius" to plummet to the ground). Wile E. smashes into the road, and in a daze, asks, "Don't I get anything flashed in front of my eyes?," as Little Beeper, behind the wheel of a large truck, flattens him shortly after. Wile E. briefly appears at the beginning of Who Bopped Bugs Bunny?, where he is seen attending Bugs Bunny's award ceremony. He is seen chasing Road Runner as they both exit the limo. Wile E. appears briefly in the opening wraparound of Looniversity Daze, where Buster and Babs explain to the viewers in song that he is the dean of the School of Hard Knocks. Wile E. then pulls a rope, which causes a safe to land on his head. Wile E. is briefly shown alongside Calamity in the opening wraparound to the episode, Son of Looniversity Daze, where they both try (and fail) to catch Roadrunner and Little Beeper. In Thirteensomething, he teaches the kids a lesson on tunnel painting.
  • Coyote is a clever fiend, always making a new invention to catch the pesky Road Runner. Although he has made several attempts, he has never suceeded in catching his speedy opponent. But it isn't Road Runner who causes his inventions to fail. Instead, Coyote himself causes his own plans to backfire, mainly because he did not plan the consequences of his actions. Coyote doesn't talk muchCoyote doesn't talk muchAlthough Coyote has speed, he cannot match the pace of his rival Road Runner. He seems to be intent on capturing the bird, no matter what it may cost him. And many times it costs him severe injury and never stops trying. Someday he will catch that dumb roadrunner. Coyote usually does not make a sound, unlike Road Runner, who gives off the occasional "meep, meep." Instead, Coyote communicates with signs that display his emotion, such as "ouch" or "uh-oh." He has been known to talk, however, when he is around Bugs Bunny (In that cases, Coyote was voiced by Mel Blanc). When Wile E. does talk, it's usually with a British accent, often proclaiming to be a "super genius."
  • Wile E. (Ethelbert) Coyote (Desertus-operativus Idioticus) (July 21 1919 - May 21, 2008) is a super genius. He is consistently ranked among the world's greatest minds in history. He is responsible for some of mankind's greatest in inventions including the world's first thought-activated television, the personalized doormat, and the morality reader, which enables one to see if stranger is good or evil. His most notable invention, however, is probably Illudium Pew 36, a yellow pill he created that suspends the aging process and enables one to withstand great amounts of pain that may otherwise kill someone. While he never quite perfected it, this pill quickly became the top-selling product of all-time and continues to be used by billions today.
  • He gets run over by Slappy Squirrel in Little Old Slappy from Pasadena. He was chasing Road Runner and gets hit by a truck in Bumbie's Mom. In "One Flew Over the Cuckoo Clock", Wile E. is seen at the hospital in a wheel chair (however, his face is not shown). Wile E. also appears in in a The Wizard of Oz parody, dressed in his batsuit from one short, in a tornado funnel in "Buttons in Ows".
  • Wile E. Coyote is an adult male coyote who appeared on a Couch gag, in which he paints a fake couch on the living room wall which The Simpsons run into and get hurt.
  • Wile E. Coyote is an antagonist in Kingdom Hearts II ½. He is one of the bosses in Looney Tune Land.
  • Wile E. Coyote is one of the main antagonists of the Looney Tunes franchise. He is an animated cartoon character, created by Chuck Jones for the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons. He debuted in the 1949 cartoon Fast & Furry-ous alongside his archenemy, Road Runner, the prey he has his quest to catch.
  • Wile E. Coyote is an animated cartoon character, created by Chuck Jones for Warner Bros. Looney Tunes series. His debut was in Looney Tunes animated cartoon "Fast and Furry-ous" along with Road Runner. In Tiny Toon Adventures, he is the mentor and favorite teacher of Calamity Coyote.
  • Wile E. Coyote is a Looney Tunes character who has starred in numerous theatrical and made-for-TV cartoons. In Gay Bash The gay test that Foxxy administers to Xandir is produced by the Acme Corporation, the fictitious company that supplies Wile E. Coyote with all his devices for capturing the Road Runner. In Requiem for a Reality Show, The opening scene where Spanky is chasing Wooldoor, and the pair stop in a freezeframe with parenthesized mock-Latin names below their own real ones, is a direct parody of most Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner cartoons. Spanky is "Pornus Interruptus." Wooldoor is "Ritalinus Shouldatakus." Ritalin is a drug used to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, which Wooldoor clearly has. in the same episode,Xandir uses ACME liposuction on Toot. ACME is the ubiquitous brand name featured in Looney Tunes cartoons in place of actual brands; it turned up most often in the Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner shorts. It has since been used in several other cartoons and television shows as a generic brand. (They also made the gay test that Xandir took in the previous episode, "Gay Bash".) in The One Wherein There Is a Big Twist, Part II, a Wile E. Coyote-shaped crater, can be seen amongst the wreckage on the beach. In the The Lemon-AIDS Walk, Wooldoor and the cops run into the Acme Medical Supply store, referencing the fictitious company which supplies Wile E. Coyote with all his devices for capturing the Road Runner. Acme also made the liposuction machine Xandir used on Toot in "Requiem for a Reality Show" and the gay test Xandir took in "Gay Bash". In The Movie, while in the desert, the housemates run over & kill Road Runner with their van. Wile E. Coyote, upon seeing the object of his pursuit dead, despondantly shoots himself in the head. The red nose he is drawn with here gives him more of a resemblance to another Looney Tunes character created by Chuck Jones, Ralph Wolf.
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