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Subject: TV Series

Written By: MK on 09/06/02 at 03:23 a.m.

I was looking thru the archives on questions for BJ and the Bear which starred Greg Evigan (BJ McKay) driving a Red and White Kenworth Aerodyne cabover with his chimp (Bear) named after University of Alabama football coach Bear Bryant ..If anyone has any questions about this series let me know.. I can also send you a link to the BJ and the Bear Fan Club.  We've got most of the answers from this series, not to mention screencaps, BJ truck models built, Info on the pilot movie "The Foundlings" even some info on the Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo with screencaps!  and hundreds of photos from BJ and the Bear, plus a 280 plus collection of truck pictures. If you were are fan of this series..you won't believe this fan club..Reply if interested in answers or joining the BJ and the Bear Fan Club, Thanks

Subject: Re: TV Series

Written By: pell on 09/06/02 at 12:58 a.m.

Funny you should post this. I was just telling my Dad the other day that one of the fathers on the TV show "My Two Dads" was the same guy from B. J. and the Bear. I don't remember much about watching the show accept that I think I had a B. J. and the Bear lunchbox.

I'd love to hear the theme music if you know where I could find it.

Subject: Re: TV Series

Written By: MK on 09/06/02 at 02:35 p.m.

You can download the theme song for BJ and the Bear from this link:  http://antiquetrucks.com/shows/