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C.B. Bears Episode Info

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  1. Cartoon

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    I've checked out the BCDb entry for Hanna-Barbera's C.B. Bears (NBC, 1977), and I decided I found it sadly lacking in one minour detail: episode titles. [unsure]

    But fear not...[​IMG] I am here to remedy this:

    C.B. Bears Episodes:

    The Missing Mansion Mystery
    The Doomsday Mine
    Follow That Mountain
    The Valley of No Return
    The Fright Farm
    Drackenstein's Revenge
    Water, Water, Nowhere
    Wild, Wild Wilderness
    Island of Terror
    Go North, Young Bears
    The Invasion of the Blobs
    Disaster from the Skies
    The Disappearing Satellites

    Blast Off Buzzard Episodes:

    Buzzard, You're A Turkey
    Hard Headed Hard Hat
    Hearts and Flowers, Buzzards and Snakes
    The Egg and Aye, Aye, Aye
    Teasting, One, Two, Three
    Ho, Ho, Ho It's the Birthday Buzzard
    Wheelin' and Reelin'
    Buzzard, Clean Up Your Act
    Backyard Buzzard
    Spy in the Sky
    First Class Buzzard
    Freezin' and Sneezin'
    Cousin Snaky is a Groove

    Heyyyy It's the King Episodes:

    The Blue Kangaroo
    The First King of Mars
    The Riverbed 5000
    Surf's Up
    The King and His Jokers
    Hot Gold Fever
    The Carnival Caper
    The Unhappy Heavy Hippo
    The King for Prez
    Snowbound Safari
    The Great Billionaire Chase Case
    Boat Fever
    Go for It, King

    Posse Impossible Episodes:

    Big Duke and Li'l Lil
    Trouble at Ghostarado
    The Not so Great Train Robbery
    The Alabama Brahma Bull
    The Crunch Bunch Crashout
    One of Our Rivers Is Missing
    The Sneakiest Rustler in the West
    Bad Medicine
    Busting Boomerino
    Roger the Dodger
    Riverboat Sam, the Gambling Man
    The Invisible Kid
    Calamity John

    Shake Rattle and Roll Episodes:

    Guess What's Coming to Dinner?
    The Ghostly Ghoul is a Ghastly Guest
    There's No Pest Like a Singing Guest
    Shake the Lion Hearted
    The Real Cool Ghoul
    Spooking is Hazardous to Your Health
    Spooking the Spook
    From Scream to Screen
    Gloom and Doom De-Doom
    Polt R. Geist
    Too Many Kooks
    A Scray Face from Outer Space
    Health Spa Spooks

    Undercover Elephant Episodes:

    The Sneaky Shiek
    Baron Von Rip 'em Off
    The Moanin' Lisa
    Pain in the Brain
    The Great Hospital Hassle
    Latin Losers
    Dr. Doom's Gloom
    Chicken Flickin' Caper
    Undercover Around the World
    Irate Pirates
    Perilous Pigskin
    Swami Whammy
    The Disappearing Duchess

    *whew!* And I also uploaded a title card from a Heyyyy It's the King episode to boot. I'll be adding production credits later on. Happy Tooning! [​IMG]

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    Aaron Handy III - [email protected]
    My TV Web Shrine - The Aaron Handy III TV Web Shrine
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    Thanks Aaron:

    Will get to it tonight!
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    Very well done, Aaron. Can't argue with completeness.
    Also, a small chuckle at the Undercover Elephant episode "Dr. Doom's Gloom." Not the Fantastic Four's arch-nemesis, surely?
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    Yes, I'm surprised Marvel Comics never sued HB over that.
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    At the time, Marvel Comics was an autonomous entity; the Walt Disney Company hadn't bought them yet. Thus, Marvel really didn't have the deep pockets to launch protracted copyright lawsuits. And since this was Hanna-Barbera, known and loved by kids and mothers everywhere, it would be a public relations disaster to take H-B to court. Big bad greedy comic book company sends forth legions of lawyers to crush sweet little maker of children's cartoons. Cue crying kids and miffed mothers. So Marvel Comics would likely win the legal battle, but those miffed mothers would counter by forbidding comics books. When mothers clamp down on the pocketbooks, it's the consumer version of Darth Vader's force choke. Marvel would end up bankrupt within two years.

    Nope, Marvel was too smart for that. Hanna-Barbera's inadvertent use of "Dr. Doom" didn't really harm their property, so Marvel wisely shrugged it off and let it go.
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    emeraldisle Moderator Staff Member I SUPPORT BCDB!

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    Good point, OUB. Never thought of that until now.
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    "Blast Off Buzzard and Crazy Legs" was a rare Hanna-Barbera segment in which no voice actors were used that I know of...no speaking or vocal effects. Just visual action, music, and sound effect. Something different from H-B's dialogue-heavy "illustrated radio" modus operandi.
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