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|Shot and Bothered|
Shot and Bothered is a 1966 Looney Tunes cartoon.
Wile E. Coyote chases the Road Runner into a long culvert, but passes him before coming out the other end and falling, but just a few feet to a ledge. Of course, the ledge then breaks and he falls to the canyon floor, then the broken ledge lands on top of him.
Wile E. waits by a tunnel until he spies the Road Runner approaching, then pushes a boulder into his path, but the Road Runner runs right through, shattering the boulder into rubble. Wile E. scans his ACME catalog and mail orders some suction cups. He returns to the tunnel, straps the cups to his feet, climbs the tunnel's archway opening, and hangs upside-down awaiting his prey. The stones he's stuck to pull free, he falls to the roadway, and a car runs him over. He throws a rock at the car but it ricochets and knocks another boulder towards the coyote. He hops aside but onto another ledge which breaks, sending him to the canyon floor again, followed by the boulder.
He chases the Road Runner again, but soon tires and hatches another plan. He sets up a tennis net across the road and waits. Presently a truck drives into the net which elastically springs it back into the coyote.
Next, he tests tying dynamite sticks to a rope and swinging them down to the road, until he thinks he has the timing right. When the Road Runner approaches he lets one go, but it swings all the way to the other side and returns to him. He quickly seeks shelter in a nearby box, but it's the TNT crate, and the lit one falls in too.
Wile E. then uses a skateboard to chase the bird, but just when he's about to grab him, the Road Runner jumps and the coyote rolls into the long culvert again, then out the other end again and down to the canyon floor again.
Finally, Wile E. straps a bomb to his back, fills his lungs with helium, and floats above the desert. When he looks at a road map to orient himself, he strays into a cactus patch which pokes holes in him. The gas escapes, sending him sailing wildly through the air. He unstraps the bomb and skids down a slope to the bottom. He cools his burning feet in a nearby puddle and feels better, until he remembers the falling bomb.