There They Go-Go-Go!

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There They Go-Go-Go!
Production company Warner Bros. Cartoons
Distributor Warner Bros. Pictures
The Vitaphone Corporation
Release date November 10, 1956
Run time 6:40
Starring Paul Julian
Producer(s) Edward Selzer
Music composed by Carl Stalling
Story by Michael Maltese
Animation Richard Thompson
Ken Harris
Abe Levitow
Ben Washam
Director(s) Chuck Jones
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There They Go-Go-Go! is the three hundred and seventy-first Looney Tunes theatrical short. It was distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures and The Vitaphone Corporation on September 29, 1956. It was written by Tedd Pierce, produced by Edward Selzer, and directed by Chuck Jones.

After making and failing to have a roast bird made of clay, Wile E. decides to go for fast food. That sort of fast food is, of course, the Road Runner.

Detailed summary

Memorable quote signs

Wile E.: (holds up sign) In Heaven's name-- What am I doing?!


Character debut Speaking debut Ep. debut No lines Mentioned

In order of appearance:

Character Actor
Wile E. Coyote N/A
Road Runner Paul Julian



  • Outdoor oven
  • Clay chicken
  • Rope swing and javelin
  • Pop-up shotgun trap
  • Makeshift catapult
  • Mechanical whip with spiked maces
  • Fake detour sign
  • Fake bridge sign
  • Ruins of a homesteader wagon
  • Dynamited wagon wheel
  • Metallic rocket missile
  • Rock avalanche with trap door mechanism




The music was composed by Carl W. Stalling.


Dates are in order of release:

  • United States: November 10, 1956 in theatres

Behind the scenes

  • This and Scrambled Aches would be the only cartoons to utilize a combination of yellow sky yellow sand for the backgrounds.
  • This is one of the few Road Runner cartoons to not include any products from the Acme Corporation.
  • It was the final cartoon to to use the "color by Techincolor" byline. The byline for each cartoon only uses "Technicolor" until 1969.

Everlasting influence

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