He has had guest roles on a number of television series, including Amazing StoriesTales from the Crypt and Batman:
In most later cartoons the scenery was designed by Maurice Noble and was far more abstract. Acme Corporation Wile E. Coyote often obtains various complex and ludicrous devices from a mail-order company, the fictitious Acme Corporationwhich he hopes will help him catch the Road Runner.
The devices invariably fail in improbable and spectacular fashion. Whether this is a result of operator error or faulty merchandise is debatable. The coyote usually ends up burnt to a crisp, squashed flat, or at the bottom of a canyon some shorts show him suffering a combination of these fates.
Occasionally, Acme products do work quite well e. In this case, their success often works against the coyote. Other times he uses items that are implausible, such as a superhero outfit, thinking he could fly wearing it. How the coyote acquires these products without money is not explained until the movie Looney Tunes: Back in Actionin which he is shown to be an employee of Acme.
In a Cartoon Network commercial promoting Looney Tunes, they ask the Coyote why he insists on purchasing products from the Acme Corporation when all previous contraptions have backfired on him, to which the Coyote responds with a wooden sign right after another item blows up in his face: The company name was likely chosen for its irony acme means the highest point, as of achievement or development.
Also, a company named ACME would have shown up in the first part of a telephone directory. The origin of the name might also be related to the Acme company that built a fine line of animation stands and optical printers; however, the most likely explanation is the Sears house brand called Acme that appeared in their ubiquitous early s mail-order catalogues.
In two Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote short films, Ajax Disney was used instead of Acme Corporation. In some others, the names "A-1" and "Ace" and "Fleet-Foot" are used.
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Even though the Road Runner appeared as a witness for the plaintiff, the Coyote still lost the suit. And in an interview  years after the series was made, principal writer of the original 16 episodes Michael Maltese stated he had never heard of these or any "rules" and dismissed them as "post production observation".
As in other cartoons, the Road Runner and the coyote follow certain laws of cartoon physicspeculiar to an animation universe. Sometimes, however, this is reversed, and the Road Runner can burst through a painting of a broken bridge and continue on his way, while the Coyote will instead enter the painting and fall down the precipice of the cliff where the bridge is out.
The coyote can overtake rocks or cannons which fall earlier than he does, and end up being squashed by them. If a chase sequence runs over the edge of a cliff, the Road Runner is not affected by gravity, whereas the Coyote will be subject to normal earth gravity and eventually fall to the ground below.
The Road Runner is able to run fast enough to go through time. If the Coyote uses an explosive commonly dynamite that is triggered by a mechanism that is supposed to force the explosive in a forward motion toward its target, the actual mechanism itself will shoot forward, leaving the explosive behind to detonate in the Coyote's face.
On other occasions, the Coyote dons an exquisite Acme costume or propulsion device that briefly allows him to catch up to the Road Runner, but ultimately always results in him losing track of his proximity to large cliffs or walls, and while the Road Runner darts around an extremely sharp turn near a cliff defying physics, the Coyote succumbs to physics and will rocket right over the edge and plummet spectacularly to the ground.
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War and Piecesthe last Road Runner short directed by Jones, was released in mid The premise was a race between the bird and "the fastest mouse in all of Mexico," Speedy Gonzaleswith the Coyote and Sylvester the Cat each trying to make a meal out of his usual target.
Much of the material was animation rotoscoped from earlier Runner and Gonzales shorts, with the other characters added in.[pic] John Smith ACME Corporation Corporate Lane Milford, CT March 2, Charles Jones CFO Fictiona, Inc.
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