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Adventures of the Gummi Bears (TV Series 1985–1991) Poster

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Some episodes of this show were released theatrically overseas.
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Since episodes aired in a vastly different order in the UK than they did in the USA, Gusto (and Artie) appeared in no sixth-season episodes before what was supposed to be the series finale since these aired before his introduction (which, in the US, was at the end of the second season).
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This was the first Saturday morning network cartoon series produced by Walt Disney Productions. To finance this series, Disney Television Animation was able to draw upon financial resources supplied by the corporation in anticipation of profiting when the series entered syndication, as opposed to established TV animation competitors, like Hanna-Barbera, who had to depend primarily on network TV license fees to finance their content. This allowed the series to be produced on a comparatively lavish budget for higher quality writing and animation for television. With this series becoming a major success because of these production values, it made Disney Television Animation immediately a major force in the medium.
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In 1991, a small part of Disneyland in California was temporarily outfitted as Disney Afternoon Avenue, featuring characters from The Disney Afternoon series of shows, including "Gummi Bears", which led to temporarily re-themeing the Disneyland attraction the Motor Boat Cruise as the Motor Boat Cruise To Gummi Glen. Plywood characters from the show were displayed during the ride.
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CASTLE THUNDER: Heard in the opening when Zummi's spell teleports the Gummies out of sight to be replaced with the title carving.
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Walt Disney Company CEO Michael Eisner was a co-creator of this show. He is said to have come up with the idea when his son asked him for the gummy bear candies.
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The Dutch title song is sung by Robert Long.
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One of two series in the Disney Afternoon line-up not based on existing Disney properties. The other was Gargoyles (1994).
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Princess Calla is named after the daughter of NBC president Brandon Tartikoff.
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The British supermarket Sainsbury's manufactured and sold candy products called Gummi Bears.
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