Sunday, November 16, 2008

Los Looney Grateful Tunes de Dead Lobos

I love these cartoons more than life itself! Almost. It's close. Seriously, I could watch 'em all day long, they're so good. Thank God there's over 1,000 of 'em, I'll never run out or be bored. I'm not sure a bad Looney Tune or Merrie Melodie was ever made. Who can't laugh at this stuff? It's GREAT!

"Fastest With The Mostest"

starring: Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner

directed by: Chuck Jones.
This is the first Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies short of the 1960's
(released: January 9, 1960)


100 Days of the Dead -- Day # whatever this is
No download today. Sorry, kids.
a Doubleheader tomorrow... I hope. Stay Tuned!

In the meantime -- dig this!

"Bertha" -- Los Lobos -- April 14, 2007
Washington Square, Salt Lake City, Utah


Timmy said...

What would a night at the drive-in movies be without Wiley Coyote & The Road Runner? A classic toon, thanx... I've seen Los Lobos many times live & they usually do this song, "Bretha". The most memorable was at The Furthur Festival in Ventura, Cal, on August 1st. & after which, David Hidalgo quietly said: "happy birthday, Jerry", not everybody heard it, but I did. David is one of those touched people that are a gift to us all.

Zoooma!! said...

Drive-in? What's a drive-in?!

HA! Just kidding. More and more people in America will never know what one is, sadly. Last time I went was circa 1997-ish... wow, been way too long.

Anyway, glad you dug the Looney Tune, Timmy! What is it about them? They're so predictable yet still so damn funny!!!

Very cool about Hidalgo and the fact you heard him say that. I missed Furthur '96 and have never seen Los Lobos but they are a great band! And the admiration, most Deadheads should know, wasn't just one-way as Jerry did his take on their song Evangeline. A fun romp it usually was.

Thanks for the comment, man! Have a Grateful week!

one says one number and the other another
but they were set at the same time. Hmmm...

Calvin and Hobbes in the snow -- animated