Pa Bear's attempts to hibernate are constantly frustrated by Junyer's snoring, Ma repeatedly opening the window, a persistent drip from the ceiling and finally, the voices of spring.

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Papa Bear's Yell / Mama Bear (voice) (uncredited)
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Junyer Bear / Papa Bear's Sneeze (voice) (uncredited)
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Pa Bear's attempts to hibernate are constantly frustrated by Junyer's snoring, Ma repeatedly opening the window, a persistent drip from the ceiling and finally, the voices of spring.

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Pa Bear: Well, can't you see it's half past November?
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Followed by The Bee-Deviled Bruin (1949) See more »

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My Grandfather's Clock
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Music by Henry Clay Work
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mean-spirited fun!
14 June 2006 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Warners made several cartoons starring this bear family. I absolutely loved them because they were so unlike the stereotypical image of the three bears. In this case, Papa Bear is a nasty and ill-tempered jerk and Baby Bear is about as bright as a zucchini! I loved watching Papa Bear get so angry at Baby Bear and scream and shout as they were all supposed to be trying to hibernate for the winter! Almost everything that Baby Bear did set off his father and some times even Mama Bear irked Papa Bear. I normally DON'T like such a twisted and sadistic view of family, but it was just so terribly funny I found myself laughing throughout the cartoon. After you see this, try to see if you can find any of the followups--they are a hoot!


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