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The Raccoons and the Lost Star (1983)

"The Raccoons and the Lost Star" is the last totally original Raccoons .... On a far-away planet, Cyril Sneer plots his takeover of earth.

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Narrator (voice)
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Dan the Forest Ranger (voice)
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Melissa Raccoon (voice)
Michael Magee ...
Cyril Sneer / Snag (voice)
Fred Little ...
Cedric Sneer / Pig General (voice)
Sharon Lewis ...
Sophia Tutu / Broo (voice)
Carl Banas ...
Schaeffer (voice)
Len Carlson ...
Bert Raccoon / Pig General (voice)
Bob Dermer ...
Ralph Raccoon (voice) (as Bobby Dermer)
Tammy Bourne ...
Julie (voice)
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Tommy (voice) (as Hadley Kaye)
Nick Nichols ...
Pig General (voice)
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"The Raccoons and the Lost Star" is the last totally original Raccoons .... On a far-away planet, Cyril Sneer plots his takeover of earth.

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Animation | Family

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13 December 1983 (Canada)  »

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Trivia

When you see the planet that much of the story takes place on, note the shape of the land masses. Combined, they form Cyril's face, complete with an island that is really his cigar. See more »

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Followed by The Raccoons (1985) See more »

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Shining
Composed by Kevin Gillis
Sung by John Schneider
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Best of the original Raccoons specials
22 April 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was the last original TV special starring the Raccoons before they got their own series a couple years later, and it's also my favorite. Though the specials were rather formulaic compared to the series, I still love them because there's something that makes you feel really good when watching them. Probably because the outlook is so positive.

Disney Channel really cut a lot from this special whenever they aired it, so if you want to see the real version, try to find the video.


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