The director of _Quest for Fire_ creates yet another film in nature with almost no human dialogue in this picturesque story of an orphaned bear cub who is adopted by an adult male bear and must avoid hunters. Bart the Bear stars in this anthropomorphic fantasy. Written by
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He's an orphan... at the start of a journey. A journey to survive.
Did You Know?
Because in the wild, male bears usually eat bear cubs if they can, the filmmakers prepared the adult Bart the Bear for the cub by having him play with a teddy bear the size and fur color of the cub. When the trainers felt he was ready, he was introduced to the cub and he greeted the cub affectionately. See more
After the bear attacks the hunters' horses, and one of the hunters has tracked down his hurt horse and has it cornered in a small rock enclosure, rocks are visible being thrown from the left side of the shot to stir the horse up. See more
[examining bear tracks
That's a huge male; bet he's more'n fifteen hundred pounds.
Referenced in Une américaine à Paris
End Title Theme
Music adapted from "June: Barcarolle"
by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
(uncredited), from "The Seasons"
Played by Orchestra See more