Retroist Gummi Bears Podcast

Welcome to the Retroist Gummi Bears Podcast. Are you ready to bounce? Well you better because on today’s show I talk all about the smash Disney cartoon, The Adventures of the Gummi Bears. Which is one of Disney’s three best modern TV animation creations. I talk about the story, the cast, and its successes. Then I cover the characters, the plot and its all too brief addition to Disneyland.

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This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. garsh

    You’re really on a roll lately nailing topics of particular interest to me. I’m particularly eager to hear this one since I know how you drop in some truly obscure trivia that even surprises a nerd like me sometimes.

  2. pixlie

    I completely forgot about this show. I remember watching it quite a bit. I recall it having really good animation by Saturday morning standards.

    I think that was the same reason I used to watch Winnie the Pooh around that same era.

  3. OffisaPups

    For over 20 years I have had that theme song stuck in my head and can still to this day sing it on demand. I love the Japanese version of the opening song. I would kill to get a transaltion of the Japanese version, just to see the “creative” choices made to make it work musicaly in Japanese.

  4. jroesler

    This was another great episode. Do you remember the gummi berry juice song from one of the episodes? That would be great to hear again.

  5. Dar

    I loved the show bacn then in the 80’s.

    But let’s be honest, the show was nothign but a shameful rip-off of “Smurfs” and “Asterix the Gaul”.

    In a way, the show was the start trend by Disney’s tv cartoons division of ripping off other network shows (“American Dragon”, “Gargoyls”, “Phineas and Ferb”).

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