Animated series centering on three bears who live in a zoo. Every now and then they try to sneak out of the zoo. So the zoo keeper and his assistant try to stop them or apprehend them when ... See full summary »
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I was only 3 and 4 when I saw this show. (I was 3 in '71 so it must have been re-runs already.) I remember just laughing at how silly and goofy the characters acted. I barely understood what,if anything ,that they were saying. I watched the cartoons 1/2 understanding them of course.
The theme song never,and I mean never,exited my head from day one and recently I found a 45rpm copy of the song,which I bought for about $1.
I gotlucky in 2003 and got cable TV and for one night only on Cartoon Network got to see about 3 or 4 shows in a row! I laughed a little but obviously what's funny then isn't always as funny later. I did laugh at the cartoons (unintentionally). For the times,they were pretty good.
The show can be currently seen on "Boomerang" channel,basically Cartoon network Pt. 2 on Hi-Def cable.
I'll still give a 10 star rating,because when childhood memories are good,they're always good. Great job Daws Butler and Allan Melvin & Co. Allan Melvin by the way was Barney on "All In The Family" and Sam Franklin the Butcher on "The Brady Bunch." (Allan passed away at 84 on 01/19/2008).
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