Well, you know, Daffy and Wile E., are failures, in their own way, and all of us, I think, can understand characters like Daffy, the Coyote, Sylvester and so on, because all of us are more familiar with mistakes than we are with trials. And so, a “comic loser” is right with us, we know about that. And everyone of the great comedians, with one or two exceptions I said, everyone of them are losers, and they have small trials. At the end, when [Charlie] Chaplin got up at the very end of the picture, he would demonstrate what he was because, at the end, he shifts his coat and then he walks away, twirling his cane. But that little shift to the coat is like a nudge to a hero, it’s like going like that than leaping. But that little adjustment to his coat was what made him what he was.