The C.B. Bears | 1977

Animated
The overall title for six cartoon segments: "The C.B. Bears" (Sequence 1) depicts the exploits of Hustle, Boogie, and Bump, three crime-fighting bears who receive their orders from a female named Charlie via a citizens ...more

Cast

... of Hustle

Voice (1977-1978)

... of Bump

Voice (1977-1978)

... of Deputy Blubber

Voice (1977-1978)

... of Charlie

Voice (1977-1978)

... of The King

Voice (1977-1978)

... of Skids

Voice (1977-1978)

... of Big H

Voice (1977-1978)

... of Clyde

Voice (1977-1978)

... of Zelda

Voice (1977-1978)

... of Sheena

Voice (1977-1978)

... of Sheriff

Voice (1977-1978)

... of Shake

Voice (1977-1978)

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Synopsis

The overall title for six cartoon segments: "The C.B. Bears" (Sequence 1) depicts the exploits of Hustle, Boogie, and Bump, three crime-fighting bears who receive their orders from a female named Charlie via a citizens band radio.

"Blast-off Buzzard and Crazy Legs" (Sequence 2) depicts the efforts of a hungry buzzard (Blast-off) to catch himself a decent meal: an out-foxing snake named Crazy Legs. Characters are non-speaking.

"Heyyyyyy, It's the King" (Sequence 3) depicts the misadventures of the King, a 1950s-type, hip-talking lion, and his friends: Big H, the Hippo; Clyde, the ape; Yukayuka, the mole; and Skids, the alligator.

"Posse Impossible" (Sequence 4) depicts the exploits of an Old West sheriff and his three bumbling deputies as they attempt to maintain the peace in the town of Saddle Sore.

"Shake, Rattle and Roll (Sequence 5) relates the story of Shake, Rattle, and Roll, three ghosts who run the Haunted Inn, a hotel for the unearthly.

"Undercover Elephant" (Sequence 6) depicts the exploits of Undercover Elephant, a fumbling U.S. government agent, and his assistant, Loud Mouse.

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