Assuming what it takes to ressurect a 40+ year old property at this point. Bear and his fellow residents of Bearbank are very appealing and still could be a viable franchise. Theodore Edward Bear voiced by Tom Smothers decides to stay awake this Christmas instead of hibernating to find out what the Christmas holiday is all about. What he discovers is that Christmas is not a place, but a way of giving and loving and sharing. It is simple and yet satisfying.
I'm sure many will like that aspect too. Greg — What a great topic today! The ever curious Ted E. Plus, the visual side is among the film's biggest strengths. After a somewhat slow start I was worried this one here was going to be a dub but it actually turned out to be quite good and I'd say the ending was highly memorable as well. Ted gets curious about the holiday, and sets out to learn the meaning of it from Santa Claus himself. Bear was sold in stores.
Which ones are your favorites and why? I thought the honey plant featured some pretty good animation with a lot of imagination. This is a story which has become a Christmas classic. Scott Calvin is an ordinary man, who accidentally causes Santa Claus to fall from his roof on Christmas Eve and is knocked unconscious. Many negative encounters cause Ted to almost give up on his quest. Voices: Tommy Smothers Ted E.
He runs into Santa and tells him he's trying to find Christmas. These read along sets were adapted from stories also sold as part of the Ted E. Facts about what became of the whole enterprise would be most welcome. Bear is off on another adventure, and this time he's looking for Christmas. I'll stop there and just say that having remembered enjoying this when I was a kid, I got my memories renewed just seeing this again after so many years of missing it.
It seems that Christmas specials about bears trying to stay awake until Christmas are a dime a dozen. The one area where it came a bit short for me was the music, but that's entirely subjective. Thumbs up to Tom Smothers, Barbara Feldon, Arte Johnson and the other actors who provided the voices. Bear is off on another adventure, and this time he's looking for Christmas. We put a lot of time into this show at Reinert — did lots of design work and character layouts — but the production was yanked away from us when the guy we were doing it for was indicted for fraud! But this one is unique and not one of the others holds a candle to it.
My loss I guess as here everybody's doing a decent job. He sets out on a long walk, fighting to stay awake. Bear searches in another city for a place called Christmas where he'd heard there is beautiful music and wonderful presents. While the other bears are hibernating, Ted E. It is available through the Lionsgate channel on and on the Netflix instant stream service. Bear is different from other bears. In the original special, Patty was played by Barbara Feldon, Von Bear was Arte Johnson and Casey Kasem narrated.
This early '70s cartoon short is a funny blast from the past with its jokes-a-plenty from the era ranging from horoscope signs to trippy vibes. So yeah, this is definitely a good choice for a harmless little fun film for the holidays. In delight, he gets into a store window and plays with all the animated toys. Bear thing I know of is a very cheap live-action muppet-like video where Ted E. I seem to be the only person out there who has one of these bears.
I wouldn't give up my Teddy for anything! I suppose it gave it a more storybook approach as we were starting to see that happen with home videos sold by companies like Golden Books but it just comes off too tacky and odd for a holiday special. Bear for short who is curious about Christmas and decides to go searching for it while the other bears hibernate for winter. This song was also recorded by. I have not gone a year without watching it. All I know is what he said in this interview he did for The Animation Guild for their blog. Bear and his fellow residents of Bearbank are very appealing and still could be a viable franchise. I'm not going to spoil the twist at the end but I thought it was quite touching and it certainly managed to end the film on a high note.