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The Road Runner Show

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The Road Runner Show
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes26
Running time30 minutes
Production companiesWarner Bros. Television
DePatie-Freleng Enterprises
Original release
NetworkCBS (1966–1968)
ABC (1971–1973)
ReleaseSeptember 10, 1966 (1966-09-10) –
September 2, 1972 (1972-09-02)

The Road Runner Show is an American Saturday morning animated anthology series which compiled theatrical Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner cartoons from the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies, which were produced by Warner Bros. Cartoons between 1949 and 1964. Several of the shorts, especially the ones produced from 1965 onward, were produced by DePatie–Freleng Enterprises after Warner Bros. closed their animation studio. DePatie–Freleng Enterprises provided the animation for the show's intro, closing credits as well as the wrap-around bumpers.[1][2]

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From 1966 to 1968, The Road Runner Show initially ran for two seasons on CBS.[3][4] From 1968 to 1969, CBS combined The Road Runner Show with The Bugs Bunny Show to produce The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour. The Road Runner and the Coyote more often shared at least an hour with Bugs Bunny on CBS.[5] In 1971, ABC picked up The Road Runner Show and ran for two seasons until 1973, when the network dropped the show due to its excessively aggressive scenes. Later on, CBS re-acquired the show and aired them as reruns under The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour until the mid-80s.[6]

Each show would feature one Road Runner/Coyote cartoon, with a Tweety and Sylvester cartoon in the middle segment, and other WB animated character(s) in the third segment (usually Elmer Fudd, Foghorn Leghorn, Speedy Gonzales, Pepé Le Pew and Hippety Hopper). The intro of every cartoon was replaced with a simple title card, along with the shortened version of William Lava's arrangement of The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down.


The show aired in Albania on Bang Bang and Çufo, and in Hungary on M1 and RTL Klub. In Indonesia, The Road Runner Show was first aired on RCTI shortly after its launch in 1989 until 1990, and on TV7 (later rebranded as Trans7) between 2006 and 2008. In the Philippines, it was also formerly Aired on RPN 9 from 1988 to 1990.

Theme song

The theme song was written and performed by Barbara Cameron. In 1999, it was covered by the Mexican band Chicos de Barrio and was later parodied in Histeria! featuring Father Time and Big Fat Baby. It has also been covered by Barenaked Ladies, and Barbara Cameron re-recorded the theme with her son, Jazz violinist Doug Cameron (with Paul Julian's iconic Beep-Beep and other sound effects from the shorts used on the recording) for his Different Hats album in 2008. An instrumental version was used as the theme song for the Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote segments of The Looney Tunes Show.

Episodes (Season 3)

Wile E. and Road Runner Tweety and Sylvester Other Air date
1 Zip 'N Snort The Jet Cage The Wild Chase September 4, 1971 (1971-09-04)
2 Beep Prepared Putty Tat Trouble Cats and Bruises September 11, 1971 (1971-09-11)
3 Ready, Set, Zoom! Hyde and Go Tweet Weasel While You Work September 18, 1971 (1971-09-18)
4 Zoom at the Top Tree Cornered Tweety Hoppy Daze September 25, 1971 (1971-09-25)
5 War and Pieces Tweety's Circus A Sheep in the Deep October 2, 1971 (1971-10-02)
6 To Beep or Not to Beep Trick or Tweet Birds of a Father October 9, 1971 (1971-10-09)
7 The Solid Tin Coyote A Street Cat Named Sylvester The Dixie Fryer October 16, 1971 (1971-10-16)
8 There They Go-Go-Go! Dog Pounded Woolen Under Where October 23, 1971 (1971-10-23)
9 Scrambled Aches Hawaiian Aye Aye Dr. Jerkyl's Hide October 30, 1971 (1971-10-30)
10 Sugar and Spies A Bird in a Guilty Cage Cannery Woe November 6, 1971 (1971-11-06)
11 Whoa, Be-Gone! Tweet Tweet Tweety Don't Axe Me November 13, 1971 (1971-11-13)
12 Clippety Clobbered Greedy for Tweety Pop 'im Pop! November 20, 1971 (1971-11-20)
13 Hopalong Casualty Tweet and Lovely Wild Over You November 27, 1971 (1971-11-27)
14 Hairied and Hurried Tugboat Granny Mother Was a Rooster December 4, 1971 (1971-12-04)
15 Lickety-Splat Tweet and Sour Fish and Slips December 11, 1971 (1971-12-11)
16 Tired and Feathered Fowl Weather A Mutt in a Rut December 18, 1971 (1971-12-18)
17 Going! Going! Gosh! Gift Wrapped Mouse-Taken Identity December 25, 1971 (1971-12-25)
18 Rushing Roulette Ain't She Tweet The Mouse on 57th Street January 1, 1972 (1972-01-01)
19 Stop! Look! And Hasten! Catty Cornered Chili Weather January 8, 1972 (1972-01-08)
20 Highway Runnery A Pizza Tweety-Pie Strangled Eggs January 15, 1972 (1972-01-15)
21 Gee Whiz-z-z-z-z-z-z Trip for Tat What's My Lion? January 22, 1972 (1972-01-22)
22 Shot and Bothered Muzzle Tough Touché and Go January 29, 1972 (1972-01-29)
23 Fast and Furry-ous A Bird in a Bonnet Claws in the Lease February 5, 1972 (1972-02-05)
24 Out and Out Rout Tweet Dreams The Slick Chick February 12, 1972 (1972-02-12)
25 Run, Run, Sweet Road Runner Snow Business To Itch His Own February 19, 1972 (1972-02-19)
26 Boulder Wham! Tweet Zoo The Slap-Hoppy Mouse February 26, 1972 (1972-02-26)



  • About 27 Road Runner cartoons and 26 Tweety and Sylvester cartoons are included in this show, with the first episode being the only episode to contain two Road Runner cartoons sandwiching one Tweety and Sylvester cartoon.
  • Among the third segments of each episode, the show contained three Elmer Fudd cartoons (only one featuring Daffy Duck), two Pepé Le Pew cartoons, four Speedy Gonzales cartoons (all co-starring Sylvester, one shared with the Road Runner), two Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog cartoons, four Foghorn Leghorn cartoons, and two one-shot cartoons directed by Chuck Jones. Of all 26 episodes, Sylvester appeared in eleven of these third segments, and among the minor characters in the Sylvester cartoons, Spike and Chester co-star in only one, while Hippety Hopper co-stars in four (three featuring Sylvester Junior), while Sylvester Jr. co-stars in six (three featuring Hippety Hopper).
  • Despite the third segments' title card depicting Yosemite Sam, no Yosemite Sam cartoons are aired in this show. No Bugs Bunny or Porky Pig cartoons are included in any episode of this show either because they each had a show of their own.
  • Of all the 27 Road Runner cartoons aired in this show, Chuck Jones has the most with fifteen, followed by Rudy Larriva with nine, Robert McKimson with two and Friz Freleng with one.
  • Almost all the Sylvester cartoons aired in the third segments in this show are directed by Robert McKimson, except for "Chili Weather", "Dr. Jerkyl's Hide", "Cats and Bruises" and "The Wild Chase", which are directed by Friz Freleng. In addition, all three Elmer Fudd cartoons in this show are directed by Robert McKimson.
  • Despite both the opening and closing sequences of this show including clips from "Chaser on the Rocks", "Hip Hip- Hurry!" and "Wild About Hurry", none of these are included in any episode.

See also


  1. ^ Cawley, John; Korkis, Jim (1990). Cartoon Superstars. Pioneer Books. p. 52. ISBN 9781556982699. Retrieved July 3, 2020 – via Google Books.
  2. ^ Chase's 1997 Calendar of Events. Contemporary Books. October 1, 1996. p. 470. ISBN 9780809231744. Retrieved July 3, 2020 – via Google Books.
  3. ^ Shapiro, Mitchell E. (1992). Television Network Weekend Programming, 1959-1990. McFarland. ISBN 978-0-89950-682-1. Retrieved January 15, 2020.
  4. ^ McNeil, Alex (1991). Total Television: A Comprehensive Guide to Programming from 1948 to the Present. Penguin Books. p. 639. ISBN 978-0-14-015736-9. Retrieved January 15, 2020.
  5. ^ Woolery, George (1983). Children's Television: The First Thirty-five Years (1946-1981) - Part 1: Animated Cartoon Series. Scarecrow Press. pp. 237–238. ISBN 9780810815575. Retrieved July 3, 2020 – via Google Books.
  6. ^ Fischer, Stuart (June 10, 2014). Kids' TV: The First Twenty-Five Years. Open Road Media. ISBN 9781497633902. Retrieved July 3, 2020 – via Google Books.

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