History WesternAnimation / CBBears

20th Jun '15 7:05:33 AM ANTMuddle
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The series' headliners were crime-solving bears named Hustle, Bump and Boogie (voiced by Creator/DawsButler, Henry Corden and Chuck [=McCann=], respectively). They traveled in a garbage truck and received orders via CB radio from their female boss, "Charlie" (voiced seductively by Susan Davis).

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The series' headliners were crime-solving bears named Hustle, Bump and Boogie (voiced by Creator/DawsButler, Henry Corden and Chuck [=McCann=], respectively). They traveled in a garbage truck and received orders via CB citizen band radio from their female boss, "Charlie" (voiced seductively by Susan Davis).
15th Oct '14 4:13:52 PM RGESRTGFTGF
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15th Oct '14 3:10:43 PM CorahsUncle
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The popularity of citizens band radio in the 1970s inspired this hourlong AnimatedAnthology from HannaBarbera, which ran on Creator/{{NBC}} in 1977-78.

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The popularity of citizens band radio in the 1970s inspired this hourlong AnimatedAnthology from HannaBarbera, Creator/HannaBarbera, which ran on Creator/{{NBC}} in 1977-78.
1977/78.



* ''Blastoff Buzzard'', a cartoon similar to RoadRunnerVsCoyote, and the only H-B cartoon whose soundtrack had no human voices at all;

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* ''Blastoff Buzzard'', a cartoon similar to RoadRunnerVsCoyote, ''WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner'', and the only H-B cartoon whose soundtrack had no human voices at all;



* ''Posse Impossible'', a SpinOff of the series finale of ''HongKongPhooey'';

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* ''Posse Impossible'', a SpinOff of the series finale of ''HongKongPhooey'';''WesternAnimation/HongKongPhooey'';



At mid-season, the show was absorbed into a two-hour block on NBC titled ''Go Go Globetrotters'' which included repeats of 1970's ''The Harlem Globetrotters,'' 1967's ''The Herculoids'', and 1969's ''Motormouse & Autocat.''

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At mid-season, the show was absorbed into a two-hour block on NBC titled ''Go Go Globetrotters'' which included repeats of 1970's ''The Harlem Globetrotters,'' ''WesternAnimation/TheHarlemGlobetrotters,'' 1967's ''The Herculoids'', and 1969's ''Motormouse & Autocat.''



* ComicTrio (the ghosts of ''Shake, Rattle & Roll'')

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* ComicTrio (the ComicTrio: The ghosts of ''Shake, Rattle & Roll'')Roll''.



* NoDialogueEpisode (all ''Blastoff Buzzard'' shorts)

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* NoDialogueEpisode (all NoDialogueEpisode: All ''Blastoff Buzzard'' shorts)shorts qualify.
15th Oct '14 3:01:26 PM ANTMuddle
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** And the Bears themselves.



* ForgotICouldFly: Happened a lot in ''Blastoff Buzzard'' shorts. May or may not have been an intentional joke.

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* ForgotICouldFly: Happened a lot in ''Blastoff Buzzard'' shorts. May or may not have been an intentional joke.joke.
* {{Nice Hat}}s: ''Especially'' that trash can lid of Bump's!
3rd Aug '14 4:30:36 PM CBCook55
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* DoesNotLikeSpam: In a comic book story, Bump Bear hates cole slaw.
2nd Jul '14 3:16:40 PM CBCook55
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* TheOneWhoWearsShoes (Boogie and Square)

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* TheOneWhoWearsShoes (Boogie and Square)Bump)
30th Jun '13 5:59:31 PM ANTMuddle
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[[caption-width-right:300:The 1970s have a lot to answer for.]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:The 1970s have a lot to answer for.]] (Left to right: Hustle, Bump, Boogie.)]]
28th Jun '13 12:56:06 PM CorahsUncle
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* ArousedByTheirVoice: Boogie has this reaction when he hears Charlie.



* {{Expy}}: The King of ''Heyyyy! It's the King'' is an expy of [[HappyDays Arthur Fonzarelli]].

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* {{Expy}}: The King of ''Heyyyy! It's the King'' is an expy of [[HappyDays [[Series/HappyDays Arthur Fonzarelli]].
2nd Sep '12 3:16:50 AM ccook55
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At mid-season, the show was absorbed into a two-hour block on NBC titled ''Go Go Globetrotters'' which included repeats of 1970's ''The Harlem Globetrotters,'' 1967's ''The Herculoids'', and 1969's ''Motormouse & Autocat.''
25th Aug '12 8:46:12 AM FELH2
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The popularity of citizens band radio in the 1970s inspired this hourlong AnimatedAnthology from HannaBarbera, which ran on {{NBC}} in 1977-78.

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The popularity of citizens band radio in the 1970s inspired this hourlong AnimatedAnthology from HannaBarbera, which ran on {{NBC}} Creator/{{NBC}} in 1977-78.
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