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Can't See The Forest For The Trees

Can't See The Forest For The Trees

Can't See The Forest For The Trees (1999) Season 1 Episode 20- Ripley's Believe It or Not! Cartoon Episode Guide

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When Cyril insists on being included in a strenuous weekend hike deep into the bush of Northern Quebec, using only Samuel de Champlain's astrolabe to guide them, he ends up being chased by a ravenously hungry bear and getting lost. While Sam and Rip start an all-out search, a mysterious Native Indian leads Cyril away from the lodge. When Rip discovers that Champlain's astrolabe is pointing in the opposite direction from where it's supposed to be, he remembers a legend that it had done the same thing when Champlain got lost over 400 years before! The astrolabe leads Rip to the legendary and uncharted Lost Lake, where it is Cyril, led by the disappearing native, who ends up the hero by chasing away the angry bear. Had the spirit of Champlain and his old Indian guide helped the two friends find each other? Believe It Or Not!

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