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Kissyfur

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Original Air Date:
1986
Channel:
NBC
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Series
 

4.00

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Characters & Voices
Beehonie - Russi Taylor
Bessie - Russi Taylor
Cackle Sister - Russi Taylor
Charles - Lennie Weinrib
Claudette - Frank Welker
Duane - Neil Ross
Floyd - Stu Rosen
Gus - Ed Gilbert
Howie - Frank Welker
Jolene - Terry McGovern
Kissyfur - R.J. Williams, Max Meier
Lenny - Lennie Weinrib
Miss Emmy Lou - Russi Taylor
Ralph - Susan Silo
Stuckey - Stu Rosen
Toot - Russi Taylor, Devon Feldman
Uncle Shelby - Frank Welker
 
Beginning as a prime time special on NBC before nestling into its Saturday morning slot, Kissyfur told the story of Gus and Kissyfur, a pair of father and son bears who had joined the circus as a performing act. Shortly after the death of Kissyfur’s mom, the two had sought solace in the circus life, but soon, they hoped to find a more permanent existence.

While traveling to another town, the circus train derailed, and the two seized the opportunity to escape. They arrived in the swampy Paddlecab village, and upon finding a friendly bunny, porcupine, beaver, and pig, the Bears knew that they were home.

Life was good, although Kissyfur did have to endure constant ribbing by the hog, Lennie, who teasingly called him "Sissyface" (devastating words for an 8-year-old). Meanwhile, Gus spent his time operating the Paddlecab ferry and courting the children's teacher, Miss Emmy Lou.

The main threat to peaceful life in Paddlecab were two alligators, Floyd and Jolene, who lived in a nearby swamp and occasionally liked to cause trouble.

A modest success on NBC's schedule, Kissyfur experienced a mid-run hibernation when the network cancelled the series in '87, then brought it back the following year.
 
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