Bearly Asleep (1955)
Park ranger Donald sends his bears off to hibernate, but Humphrey would rather stay in his hammock, run out for a glass of water, etc., than sleep; when he does get to sleep, his snoring gets him thrown out. His search for a new bed leads him right into the ranger's house.- Written by Jon Reeves <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Park ranger Donald is pleased the tourist season is over, now he can send those bears he hate out of his sight to hibernate, but Humphrey not only needs a good kick in the backside to get him out of a hammock and into the cave, his shenanigans and snoring inside lead to his eviction by his better-behaved bear brethren. Being too weak and yellow to chase even a rabbit, he can find no natural dwelling, so he tries his luck at the ranger's station, but can't hide his huge self and Donald proves his worth at bear-chasing with a spiked bat to batter Humprey's butt trough the cat-trap. Finally a very human attribute inspires his roguish return to the bear cave...- Written by KGF Vissers
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