The C.B. Bears featured a bevy of different segments lumped into a one hour program. The title characters appeared in a segment of their own, fighting crime from a dilapidated garbage truck that was chock-full of technical goodies. Hustle was the leader, a Moe Howard-like bully with a voice that sounded like Phil Silvers; Bump was the token idiot, with a garbage can lid for a hat and a slight resemblance to Scooby-Doo; and Boogie was a clone of Boo-Boo from the Yogi Bear cartoons. The trio's marching orders were dispatched over the C.B. in their truck by an unseen female named Charlie.
Among the other segments: "Undercover Elephant," who solved crimes with his partner Loud Mouse; "Shake, Rattle, and Roll," which had a trio of ghosts running a hotel against the wishes of its operator, Sidney Merciless; "Heyyyyy, It's the King," which had a city cat meet up with Big H the hippopotamus, Clyde the ape, Skids the alligator, Yukayuka the mole, Zelda the ostrich, and Sheena the lioness; "Blastoff Buzzard and Crazy Legs," a dialogue-free desert chase with a bird pursuing a snake; and finally, "Posse Impossible," about four bumbling cowboys (Sheriff, John Wayne soundalike Big Duke, a fat guy who cried a lot named Blubber, and Stick the Hillbilly), who defended justice in the old west town of Saddlesore.
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