Chip 'N Dale Rescue Rangers

Season 1 Episode 9

Pound of the Baskervilles

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Aired Unknown Apr 16, 1989 on Disney Channel
8.3
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Pound of the Baskervilles
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Chip thinks he's famed literary detective, Sureluck Jones, as the Rangers try to find a hidden will in an old mansion before time runs out.

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  • They couldn't resist the urge to dress Chip up like Sherlock Holmes could they?

    7.0
    Another Episode of Chip n' Dale resue rangers. It wasn'tt the greatest episode, but it wasn't terrible either. This one was basically a rip off of Sherlock Holmes on several occasions (chip dressing up like him for example). So the rangers are flying, (apparently they are flying in England since all secondary characters in this episode have british accents and Mc. Duff sounds like Ringo Star from the Beatles) And they just happen to crash land in an area that has someone who needs their help. They need to find the will of lord Baskerville so Mc. Duff could claim his rightful place as owner of this manor.

    It was a decent story but it's been done. Although I must admit that the Rangers scaring Lord Howie was very funny and pretty much saved the episode. The animation was dismal compared to most episodes, that one scene with Mc.Duff chasing Lord Howie around his room looked horribly choppy. I think the episdoe the best when the rangers where interacting with Lord Howie, either running from him, hiding from him, and certaintly scaring him. All in all, this was on ok episode with some decent story points, but the overall plot has been done before.

    With the poor animation, the repetitive storyline, and the amusing sequences, I give "Chip N' Dale: Rescue Rangers- Pound of the Baskervilles" a 7 out of 10moreless
Tress MacNeille

Tress MacNeille

Chip & Gadget

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Jim Cummings

Jim Cummings

Monterey Jack, Professor Norton Nimbul, Fat Cat, Sergeant Spinelli, Wart, Stan, Blather/ Lord Howie

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Peter Cullen

Peter Cullen

Officer Kirby/ Officer Muldoon/ Mepps/ Young Ned/ Sheriff

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