The Raccoons (1985–1992)
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Opportunity Knocks! 

Bert Raccoon is terribly ill, and only one thing will cure him. According to his personal physician, Â"Doctor CedricÂ", Bert will survive only if he and Melissa change their plans to leave ... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview:
Michael Magee ...
Cyril Sneer / Snag (voice)
Len Carlson ...
Bert Raccoon / Pig Two / Pig Three (voice)
Marvin Goldhar ...
Cedric Sneer (voice)
Carl Banas ...
Schaeffer (voice)
Bob Dermer ...
Ralph Raccoon (voice) (as Bobby Dermer)
Sharon Lewis ...
Broo (voice)
Nick Nichols ...
Pig One (voice)
Geoffrey Winter ...
Narrator (voice)
Murray Cruchley ...
Vanessa Lindores ...
Julie (voice)
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Tommy (voice)
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Bert Raccoon is terribly ill, and only one thing will cure him. According to his personal physician, Â"Doctor CedricÂ", Bert will survive only if he and Melissa change their plans to leave The Evergreen Forest. Ralph has been offered a job in the city and he is all set to go, until he hears Cyril SneerÂ's latest scheme. It seems that this devious developer has plans to change The Evergreen Forest forever. Ralph and his friends come up with an ingenious solution to save their forest home. Bert makes a miraculous recovery and leaps into action as Ace Reporter for The Evergreen Standard. As the official publication of The Evergreen Forest, The Standard exposes Cyril SneerÂ's plans and causes an Evergreen uprising that stops him in his tracks. With Ralph as editor of The Standard, CyrilÂ's life changes forever... But will he buy a subscription? Written by Anonymous

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1986 (Canada)  »

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Sharon Lewis is credited as voicing Sophia Tutu, but Sophia does not appear in this episode. See more »

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Featured in The Raccoons: Time Trap! (1987) See more »

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Ain't No Planes
Composed by Kevin Gillis and Jon Stroll
Sung by Luba
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