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Episode 2 : Quick Brown Fox

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Season 9

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24m

Timmy and Lassie care for a pair of orphaned fox cubs.


Guest Stars: Jim Davis


Genres: Action & Adventure, Drama

Episodes
Episode 1 : Fine Feathered Friend
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Episode 3 : Desperate Search
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Episode 4 : Home Within a Home
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Episode 5 : Deadly Goats
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Episode 6 : Fawn Patrol
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Episode 7 : Gentle Savage
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Episode 8 : The Nest
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Episode 9 : Lassie's Ordeal
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Episode 10 : Howling Hero
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Episode 11 : A Career for Lassie
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Episode 12 : Show Dog
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Episode 13 : Decision
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Episode 14 : A Specialist for Lassie
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Episode 15 : Lassie's Lonely Burden
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Episode 16 : Swimmers
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Episode 17 : Lassie's Fish Story
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Episode 18 : Cully's Revenge
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Episode 19 : The Journey: Part 1
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Episode 20 : The Journey: Part 2
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Episode 21 : The Journey: Part 3
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Episode 22 : The Journey: Part 4
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Episode 23 : The Journey: Part 5
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Episode 24 : The Twister
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Episode 25 : Lassie and the Rustler
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Episode 26 : Lady from Nevada
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Episode 27 : Operation Woodland
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Episode 28 : Weasel Warfare
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Episode 29 : Silver Soldier
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Episode 30 : A Matter of Pride
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Episode 31 : Eagle's Lair
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