Ranger J. Audobon Woodlore tries to run his national park with efficiency, but one of the bears, Humphrey, manages to continually sabotage operations, as seen in various cartoons taking place at the park.

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Ranger J. Audobon Woodlore tries to run his national park with efficiency, but one of the bears, Humphrey, manages to continually sabotage operations, as seen in various cartoons taking place at the park.

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17 March 1968 (USA)  »

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Ranger J. Audubon Woodlore: Yes, Brownstone offers something for everyone. But the most popular attraction is the park bears. Like all our wildlife, bears are protected in the national parks. So, they've come to behave like people.
[Humphrey dances into the scene]
Ranger J. Audubon Woodlore: See what I mean?
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One of the Best Episodes
10 November 2007 | by (Southern California, United States) – See all my reviews

This episode features Ranger Woodlore and of course Humphrey the bear. The ranger sings about Brownstone National Park, and live action clips are included through out the show. It includes several Humphrey cartoons several with Donald Duck. The cartoon shorts included are: "Grin and Bear It", "In the Bag", "Hooked Bear", "Rugged Bear", "Beezy Bear", and "Bearly Asleep".

It also has a few really cute songs. One song is about opening day at Brownstone National Park. One about fishing fever. One is about extinct animals trying to get the bears back on the park property where they are protected. And in a very, very cute and charming sequence, Ranger Woodlore goes around at the beginning of winter and covers all the animals with blankets, warm booties/slippers, pajamas, etc.

I would be thrilled if this was released on a future DVD. This was rebroadcast in 1980. I think it was also shown on a special I loved called Disney's Day Off in the mid 80's(but I'm not sure).


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