Saturday morning cartoon series featuring the following segments: "The CB Bears", "Blast-Off Buzzard", "Heyyy, It's the King!", "Posse Impossible", "Shake, Rattle and Roll" and "Undercover Elephant".
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1977  

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 Sidney Merciless (1977-1978) (unknown episodes)
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Saturday morning cartoon show that featured six recurring segments. "The CB Bears" segment follows Hustle, Boogie and Bump, three anthropomorphic bear detectives posing as garbagemen, who solve mysteries. The Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner-esque "Blast-Off Buzzard" segment follows a buzzard in his attempts to catch a speedy snake called Crazylegs. "Heyyy, It's the King!" segment focuses on the high school adventures of slick King the lion and his schoolmates Big H the Hippopotamus, Clyde the Ape, Sheena the Lioness, Skids the Alligator, Yukayuka the Hyena and Zelda the Ostrich. "Posse Impossible" segment follows the bumbling adventures of the Sheriff of Saddlesore and his deputies Stick, Big Duke and Blubber, who always chase after various equally bumbling outlaws. "Shake, Rattle, and Roll" segment follows Shake, Rattle and Roll, three ghosts that operate a hotel for supernatural creatures and are frequently pursued by a ghostbuster called Sidney Merciless. "Undercover Elephant" ...

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10 September 1977 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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[title sequence]
Announcer: It's the C B Bears! Boogie, Hustle and Bump, mobile mystery solvers. With Blast-Off Buzzard and Crazylegs in the constant comedy chase of laughs and fun. Along with Slipshod Sheriff and his Posse Impossible. All rolled into a surprise package of excitement on the "C B Bears" show!
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Edited into Wake, Rattle & Roll (1990) See more »

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Ahhh Nostalgia.
24 June 2008 | by (Tokyo, Japan) – See all my reviews

I was 8 when this show hit. The memories are sehr fond.

The CB craze was in high gear at the time and the subject was ripe for the picking. The disco names of the bears also added more 70's-ness to it. And was Charlie a male?

Undercover Elephant was your basic private eye knock-off. ("Peanuts??? I gotta have 'em.")

The Posse Impossible combined Lone Ranger adventures with Bailey's Comets (Remember them?) chaos.

While Shake, Rattle, & Roll had an original idea, it was more a series of moments than a series. And Joe E. Ross (as usual) would annoy everyone with the constant "Oooh oooh's."

Heyyy It's the King was basically an animated Happy Days. Whether they did it well or not is up to the viewer. But I liked it.

It may be basic, but the memories are good.


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