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#21 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.08
Hey, screw you all. Wile had some mad mic skills and even a catchphrase. They just never let him speak. Plus, the one time they let him in the upper card, he got the equivalent of a jackhammer, stunner, and rock bottom all at the same time from Bugs. PLUS Plus, his cartoons were the only time you saw the audience (two little snot nosed kids with oval heads, but whatever) at home watching. Buyrate baby!



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Okay. While were on the Looney Tunes kick, you guys have GOT to help me. From my youth, I recall a cartoon where you had a very small bird, who walked slowly and hopped in time with the classical piece being played. Following him to hunt was a little aborigine (sp) boy, who was being followed by a tiger/some wild animal. All three would saunter along until they went behind something and the bird whipped their asses.

What was this cartoon called, and why can't I find any information on it, or see it on TV anymore?



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#23 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.03
That cartoon was called Caveman Inki.

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(edited by ScottieKStones on 29.3.04 0933)


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#24 Posted on | Instant Rating: 10.00
    Originally posted by Super Shane Spear
    Hey, screw you all. Wile had some mad mic skills and even a catchphrase. They just never let him speak. Plus, the one time they let him in the upper card, he got the equivalent of a jackhammer, stunner, and rock bottom all at the same time from Bugs. PLUS Plus, his cartoons were the only time you saw the audience (two little snot nosed kids with oval heads, but whatever) at home watching. Buyrate baby!


Well, you're correct on the mic skills. I hear Vince McMahon is fighting Mr. Coyote in the courtrooms these days over the rights to the catchphrase "Genius".



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#25 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.03
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#26 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.54
    Originally posted by odessasteps

    Sylvester was also saddled with a horrible tag team partner, that dopey kid of his.




Well, there was the one time he tagged with the escaped panther, and got to play Mikey to the panther's Cactus Jack...that one worked pretty well. Of course after that Spike and Chester stopped cooperating and used their pull backstage to bury him.



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#27 Posted on | Instant Rating: 10.00
Greatest moment in Sports Tunes Entertainment: When Bugs Bunny did the right thing and FINALLY jobbed to Elmer Fudd. Of course, Fudd changed his gimmick from "Rabbit Hunter" to "Cartoon Artist", but that's neither here nor there.

Actually, in my opinion, Bugs was quite the locker room leader. Take Wile E. Coyote for instance. The Coyote only really got to use his mic skills in his match-ups with Bugs. Whenever Wile E. got to job to the Road Runner, he didn't get to speak at all, possibly because it's too easy to out-do "Meep! Meep!" and management didn't want that. He got to speak against the sheepdog very briefly, but only because he changed his gimmick to "Ralph".

On top of that, Bugs worked against guys well beneath his level. Maverick, anyone?



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#28 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.54
    Originally posted by MARTYEWR
    Greatest moment in Sports Tunes Entertainment: When Bugs Bunny did the right thing and FINALLY jobbed to Elmer Fudd. Of course, Fudd changed his gimmick from "Rabbit Hunter" to "Cartoon Artist", but that's neither here nor there


I thought it was when he was doing the Opera gimmick that he got put over Bugs.

Wasn't planned to go down that way, by the way...but after KILL THE WABBIT, KILL THE WABBIT got that over as a catchphrase, the company had no choice but to change direction and give him a run at the top.



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#29 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.85
    Originally posted by Blanket Jackson
      Originally posted by MARTYEWR
      Greatest moment in Sports Tunes Entertainment: When Bugs Bunny did the right thing and FINALLY jobbed to Elmer Fudd. Of course, Fudd changed his gimmick from "Rabbit Hunter" to "Cartoon Artist", but that's neither here nor there


    I thought it was when he was doing the Opera gimmick that he got put over Bugs.

    Wasn't planned to go down that way, by the way...but after KILL THE WABBIT, KILL THE WABBIT got that over as a catchphrase, the company had no choice but to change direction and give him a run at the top.


DR: See they fucked up putting Elmer over in "What's Opera, Doc?" I would think it was boiling down to Elmer getting pissed that he put over or went broadway with Bugs for ten years every night and then they go and give the Goldberg push to Cecil the Turtle and Bugs jobs to his shelled boy like a bitch every go round. Elmer Fudd is the Kawada of the Cartoon world.



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#30 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.54
    Originally posted by DEAN RASMUSSEN
      Originally posted by Blanket Jackson
        Originally posted by MARTYEWR
        Greatest moment in Sports Tunes Entertainment: When Bugs Bunny did the right thing and FINALLY jobbed to Elmer Fudd. Of course, Fudd changed his gimmick from "Rabbit Hunter" to "Cartoon Artist", but that's neither here nor there


      I thought it was when he was doing the Opera gimmick that he got put over Bugs.

      Wasn't planned to go down that way, by the way...but after KILL THE WABBIT, KILL THE WABBIT got that over as a catchphrase, the company had no choice but to change direction and give him a run at the top.


    DR: See they fucked up putting Elmer over in "What's Opera, Doc?" I would think it was boiling down to Elmer getting pissed that he put over or went broadway with Bugs for ten years every night and then they go and give the Goldberg push to Cecil the Turtle and Bugs jobs to his shelled boy like a bitch every go round. Elmer Fudd is the Kawada of the Cartoon world.


It wasn't as bad as the buzzard glomming onto the Lion's workrate and making himself look like a million bucks at the lion's expense and got to outsmart him at every turn inexplicably thanks to a match that was merticulously planned out to hide the buzzard weaknesses and give him a possible push.

OR to put it another way, the lion FELT.....THE......





.....BANG!!!!



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#31 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.48
Y'know, when odessasteps brings up the fact that Sylvester was saddled with the useless kid, it immediately reinforced in my mind Blanket's Ric Flair analogy, as that annoying little kitty obviously equals David Flair.

I just can't figure out how Marvin fits in the wrestling firmament. Any help, guys?



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#32 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.85
    Originally posted by Evil Buddha
    Y'know, when odessasteps brings up the fact that Sylvester was saddled with the useless kid, it immediately reinforced in my mind Blanket's Ric Flair analogy, as that annoying little kitty obviously equals David Flair.

    I just can't figure out how Marvin fits in the wrestling firmament. Any help, guys?


DR: Marvin was nothing without the dog. They were the Condrey/Eaton Midnight Express.



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#33 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.95
    Originally posted by DEAN RASMUSSEN
    RVD? Jesus Christ.


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Whip... whip... whip... scourge... scourge...

"Ow!! Ow!!!"

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Hammer... hammer... hammer...

"Ooooooowwww......"

JR - Bah Gawd King, Jesus just popped up, like it didn't affect him at all! He's on top of the cross.... Don't do it!! You're the son of... BAM! He just hit Pilate with the 5-star! It's all over, we've got a new governor of Judea!!



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#34 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.60
    Originally posted by asteroidboy
      Originally posted by DEAN RASMUSSEN
      RVD? Jesus Christ.


    THE PASSION OF RVD

    Whip... whip... whip... scourge... scourge...

    "Ow!! Ow!!!"

    JR - Folks, it's all over, Jesus has taken a tremendous beating. He's a tremendous young talent with educated feet from Rome and Athens, but this just isn't his night. Quick count him, Earl.

    Hammer... hammer... hammer...

    "Ooooooowwww......"

    JR - Bah Gawd King, Jesus just popped up, like it didn't affect him at all! He's on top of the cross.... Don't do it!! You're the son of... BAM! He just hit Pilate with the 5-star! It's all over, we've got a new governor of Judea!!






So blasphemous. Yet, so funny. And, with JR announcing, wouldn't he be getting symbolified instead of crucified.
As for the other topic being floated, I'll go outside WB for a moment into Hanna, and state that the greatest 'cool heel' ever has to be Muttley. Make Dastardly do all the thinking and get all the blame, and Muttley gets to enthall us all with his snicker. Comedic genius.



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#35 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.41
Idunno - I think Foghorn was the shit-stirring manager type. Y'know, the kind that you'd want on your side, but that you were always fearful would turn on you for the slightest reason.



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#36 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.41
    Originally posted by DEAN RASMUSSEN
      Originally posted by Evil Buddha
      Y'know, when odessasteps brings up the fact that Sylvester was saddled with the useless kid, it immediately reinforced in my mind Blanket's Ric Flair analogy, as that annoying little kitty obviously equals David Flair.

      I just can't figure out how Marvin fits in the wrestling firmament. Any help, guys?


    DR: Marvin was nothing without the dog. They were the Condrey/Eaton Midnight Express.


I'd say they were more the RnR Express. Marvin was the showy Morton and K-9 was the steadier Gibson.

If anyone was the Midnights, it was Pussbyfoot and Marc Anthony -- above average apart, but dynamite together. And you could make Claude Cat James E. to complete the trifecta.




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#37 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.28
Good lord, what has happened in here?

Well, if that's the way you want it, I'll play along: I've always resented the push they gave Tweety. His gimmick was awful, and he was never a believable face. Everyone knew that Sylvester was more charismatic. If Tweety didn't have Granny in his corner, he would have been the Horowitz of Looney Tunes, or at best an decent upper midcard heel. That Sylvester never got a strong, long-lasting title run is just wrong, especially since his catchphrase, "Sufferin' Sucatash!" was SO OVER with the fans.

Now, you can replace the names in my post as follows and hopefully it will still be on topic...or at least wrestling-related:

Tweety = HHH
Sylvester = Jericho
Granny = Stephanie


(edited by Stilton on 27.3.04 0149)


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#38 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.11
Here I am minding my own business... hopin to enjoy Dean's Workrate report, and now they've decide to make this a cartoon analogy. Yes somehow I cannot seem but to like this as much!

Foghorn Leghorn is definately Jimmy Heart. Come on? How can you not see that people?

Now I hate to say this... but Speedy, sure he may be the most offensive character when you look at him now, but I am gonna say he's Rey. Small, fast, and kinda innocuous on the mic skills.

But who is Tazz? (I mean the Tasmanian Devil, not the wrestler, they are nothing alike.)

And does anyone else see the resembalance between Michigan Jay Frog and Undertaker. Yanno the frog that sings and has talen when no one's looking? (Don't get me wrong I grew up on the early 90's wrestling, got back into it years later, but the wrestler I liked waybackwhen was Taker, but now... not as much as then.)



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X-E's co-Worst Poster of all time! JKyle.com says:

    Originally posted by MARTYEWR
      Originally posted by Super Shane Spear
      Hey, screw you all. Wile had some mad mic skills and even a catchphrase. They just never let him speak. Plus, the one time they let him in the upper card, he got the equivalent of a jackhammer, stunner, and rock bottom all at the same time from Bugs. PLUS Plus, his cartoons were the only time you saw the audience (two little snot nosed kids with oval heads, but whatever) at home watching. Buyrate baby!


    Well, you're correct on the mic skills. I hear Vince McMahon is fighting Mr. Coyote in the courtrooms these days over the rights to the catchphrase "Genius".
*AHEM*
SUPER Genius.

Remember, there were two Daffys really: Daffy Daffy and Dethpicable Daffy. Daffy Daffy was a wild card and endlessly entertaining. Dethpicable didn't do much but take it from Bugs and then feud or team with Porky, a talented, loved, character with a bit of a speech problem.

And Marvin was GOLD. Cool voice, never ran alone, and knew how to get it done. Knew how to tear someone down, even if it meant tearing EVERYTHING down. He also never really went over. Not even in his memorable feuds with Daffy.

Thus ladies and gentlemen I present to you MY theory...
Daffy Daffy=The Lionheart/Man of 1004 Holds
Dethpicable=Y2J
Bugs=HHH
Porky=Benoit

And of course, what I hope you will consider to be undeniable CANON....

Marvin the Martian is Dean Malenko.

Thank you and goodnight.



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#40 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.60
    Originally posted by Iago
    Here I am minding my own business... hopin to enjoy Dean's Workrate report, and now they've decide to make this a cartoon analogy. Yes somehow I cannot seem but to like this as much!

    Foghorn Leghorn is definately Jimmy Heart. Come on? How can you not see that people?

    Now I hate to say this... but Speedy, sure he may be the most offensive character when you look at him now, but I am gonna say he's Rey. Small, fast, and kinda innocuous on the mic skills.

    But who is Tazz? (I mean the Tasmanian Devil, not the wrestler, they are nothing alike.)

    And does anyone else see the resembalance between Michigan Jay Frog and Undertaker. Yanno the frog that sings and has talen when no one's looking? (Don't get me wrong I grew up on the early 90's wrestling, got back into it years later, but the wrestler I liked waybackwhen was Taker, but now... not as much as then.)







I'd say Tasmanian Devil would be Warrior, as he comes into the scene at a high rate of speed then blows up quickly and needs to be carried again until he can get a second wind. Plus, he speaks an unidentifiable language that probably contains the word destructivity.

(edited by redsoxnation on 27.3.04 0858)


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