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** In the ''Heyyyy! It's the King'' shorts, Clyde the gorilla fills this role.


* TheOneWhoWearsShoes (Boogie and Bump)

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* TheOneWhoWearsShoes (Boogie TheOneWhoWearsShoes: Boogie and Bump)Bump.



* TheVoice (Charlie)

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* TheVoice (Charlie)TheVoice: Charlie.


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).


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.


** 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!

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* DoesNotLikeSpam: In a comic book story, Bump Bear hates cole slaw.


* TheOneWhoWearsShoes (Boogie and Square)

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* TheOneWhoWearsShoes (Boogie and Square)Bump)


[[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.)]]


* 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]].

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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.''


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


The series' headliners were crime-solving bears named Hustle, Bump and Boogie (voiced by 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 DawsButler, 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).



* ''Heyyyy, It's the King'', an all-animal parody of ''HappyDays'';

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* ''Heyyyy, It's the King'', an all-animal parody of ''HappyDays'';''Series/HappyDays'';


* AudioErotica (Charlie)

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