Two bear cubs find some honey in a tree stump and escape the wrath of the bees when a big, mean bear chases them away and does the suffering for them.

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Two bear cubs tussle harmlessly, then start to munch on a berry bush, until a bigger, meaner bear chases them off. They nibble some flowers and find a bee, which they follow to the hive, which they then proceed to raid. The big bear chases them off, but unknown to him, a bee spotted the raid and has summoned the attack squad. The bees run him off, and the cubs dig in. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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An adorable Silly Symphony from the momochromatic era
12 July 2009 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is an adorable Silly Symphony, and it's one of my favorites from the monochromatic (black and white) era. The short is about two cute bear cubs (who share a passing resemblance to Mickey Mouse), playing while their mom sleeps. And they run afoul of mean, grumpy old grizzly, while the innocent little tykes snack on berries.

He chases them away and hog the berries for himself. When the cubs came out of hiding, they nibble on some flowers and then found a bee, which they follow to the hive, which they then proceed to raid the honey. But unknown to them, a bee spotted the raid and has summoned the attack squad. And the big bear, sees the cubs' honey-raid, and chases them off. But luckily for the cubs, they ran away, the brunt of the bees' wrath is directed at the old grizzly.

So anyway, I love this cute cartoon and I always will; that all I could say.


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