The tourists have left behind lots of trash. Ranger Woodlore enlists his bears to clean up by turning the task into a game (and a dance), but when he takes to his hammock, they see through his ruse. Plan B: bribery no food until cleanup complete. But all the other bears put their trash in to Humphrey's section, so he resorts to a number of unsuccessful ruses to dispose of it. Written by
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Did You Know?
In later broadcasts of this short film on television, the part involving Smokey the Bear was removed. See more
In one scene of the full-screen version (but not the Cinemascope version), when a rabbit pushes all of the trash out of its bush that Humphrey had swept it into, the whole line of trash moves together, even the part which is past and should have been left behind. See more
"Put It in the Bag (The Humphrey Hop)"
Music by George Bruns
Lyrics by Daws Butler
Performed by Bill Thompson See more