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The Raccoons on Ice (1981)

To save the Evergreen Forest from destruction from Cyril Sneer's development plans, a raccoon family challenges the industrialist to a hockey game to settle the issue.

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Narrator (voice)
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Melissa Raccoon (voice)
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Dan the Forest Ranger (voice)
Michael Magee ...
Cyril Sneer / Snag (voice)
Fred Little ...
Cedric Sneer (voice)
Sharon Lewis ...
Sophia Tutu (voice)
Carl Banas ...
Schaeffer (voice)
Len Carlson ...
Bert Raccoon (voice)
Bob Dermer ...
Ralph Raccoon (voice) (as Bobby Dermer)
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Julie (voice)
Hadley Kay ...
Tommy (voice)
Danny Gallivan ...
Ferlin (voice)
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To save the Evergreen Forest from destruction from Cyril Sneer's development plans, a raccoon family challenges the industrialist to a hockey game to settle the issue.

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20 December 1981 (Canada)  »

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New York Islanders hockey player Mike Bossy served as a consultant on the hockey game sequence. In recognition of this, Cedric Sneer wears an Islanders jersey, with Bossy's number 22. See more »

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Followed by The Raccoons (1985) See more »

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You Can Do It
Composed by Kevin Gillis
Sung by Leo Sayer
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Formulaic but very sweet and enjoyable
24 April 2003 | by See all my reviews

Even though the plot is certainly nothing special, 'The Raccoons on Ice' is sweet to watch. It was the second original 'Raccoons' special from the early '80s, and as each special went by, it started to feel more and more like the series.

Again, one of my favorite things about these Raccoon cartoons is the music. All the songs are soothing and give this special a nice, smooth flow. And Cyril Sneer never fails to crack me up.

I think this special had something to do with that hockey game against the Russians a year earlier. It really reminds me of it.


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