TaleSpin

Last Horizons

Season 1, Ep 29, Aired 11/1/90
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  • Episode Description
  • Baloo is pouting that he's never had a parade in his honor. When asked what he's ever done to earn a parade, Baloo remembers his journey to find Panda-la, city beyond the last horizon. No one believes him and Baloo becomes determined to find it and earn his parade. After weeks of searching, Baloo gives up. But before he can turn back for home he's caught in a whirlwind and grounded. He starts searching for help and finds a large, beautiful city. It's Panda-la, and the natives honor him upon his arrival. They fix his plane and give him gifts for his return home. When Baloo arrives back at Cape Suzette, he's greeted by everyone and a celebration is underway. But the festivities barely get planned when the entire city of Panda-la is upon them: in the air. With enough fire-power to down Cape Suzette's entire army and defenses, it's up to Baloo to save the day.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Sally Struthers

    Rebecca Cunningham

  • R.J. Williams

    Kit Cloudkicker

  • Debi Derryberry

    Voice of Wan-Lo's Daughter

  • Robert Ito

    Wan-Lo

  • Ed Gilbert

    Baloo

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • Classic!!

    By tone-master21, Dec 13, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (23)

    • Baloo: I was thinking maybe next I'll look for the easter bunny.

    • Baloo: Looks like open season on Sea Ducks.

    • Wan's son: Father, the rockets aren't working. Wan-Lo: I know that! Why do you think I am hopping up and down?!

    • Kit: You are a somebody, to me!

    • Rebecca: Well... We'll all miss him... Louie: Oh no we won't!

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    Notes (3)

    • This episode was released on TaleSpin: Volume 2.

    • Originally released in syndication.

    • This episode was banned along with the episode Flying Dupes. Altohugh this episode was banned due to it's WWII satire, It occassionly airs on Toon Disney(last time in Demcember 2002(post 9/11.) and will be availible on DVD.

    Trivia (1)

    • According to production # it should have been the 27th episode in the show.

    Allusions (3)

    • This episode is very similar to the Japanese Attacks on Pearl Harbor which brought the United States into WWII.

    • The name and general concept of Panda-la are both taken from a book called "Lost Horizon" by James Hilton.

    • "I love the smell of conquered territory in the morning." - From Panda-la Leader An allusion to a famous scene in the movie "Apocalypse Now" where the character Lieutenant Colonel Bill Kilgore says, "I love the smell of napalm in the morning."

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