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The Bear Affair (1984) Season 1 Episode 109- Pole Position Cartoon Episode Guide The Bear Affair

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  • Pole Position Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Distributed by: LBS Communications, DHX Media
  • Cartoon Characters: Dan Darret, Tess Darret, Daisy Darret, Dr. Zachary Darret, Wheels, Roadie, Kuma.
  • Originally Released in 1984.
  • Season: 1
  • Color
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

During a stunt show in Seattle, the kids get a message from their uncle. Dan is told to go to a phone both where the engineer who designed Roadie and Wheels was abducted. There Dan finds a teddy bear with a recorded message, saying "Take me to Suzy Currie". The kids go to Suzy Currie's, the young daughter of the abducted guy, house. There they hear the entire message and that Mr. Currie is at the Super Safe Auto factory. Tess and Dan go there, leaving Daisy and Suzy alone. Dan sneaks into the factory, which is completely automated, and gets captured. He overhears that the bad guys are going to go kidnap Suzy to made Currie talk. Tess eventually comes and rescues Dan. Then Tess heads back to Suzy's house and Dan goes after the bad guys who have Mr. Currie. Wheels overheats on the way there, so Tess has to make a pit stop at a garage. Meanwhile, Dan chases the bad guy's into a junk yard, "grabs" their car with a giant magnet, and rescues Mr. Currie. All arrive back at Suzy's house to find the two girls save, having successfully captured the two goons sent after Suzy. The kids find out that the Super Safe Autos wanted the fuel injector that Mr. Currie had designed, but Currie refused to sell it to them since it caused toxic pollutants. Before he was abducted, he hid the plans in the teddy bear.

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