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Tuesday, October 7, 2003

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LITTLE BEAR

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Little Bear (TV series): Between Friends (12/16/1996)  When  Little  Bear  gets  the  mumps,  his  friend  Emily  cheers  him  up  by  making  a  book  for  him

about  all  the  great  times  they’ve  had  together.  After  Emily  gives  it  to  him,  Little  Bear  feels  much  better,  and

figures  out  how  to  make  Emily  feel  better  when  she  gets  the  mumps!

Little Bear (TV series): Pillow Hill (1/5/1999)  Little  Bear  can’t  go  to  the  picnic  because  he  has  a  cold  and  has  to  stay  in  bed.  What  can  he  do  all

day  long?  Father  Bear  teaches  him  how  to  make  his  bed  into  a  fantastic  land  of  adventure,

and  soon,  the  only picnic  Little  Bear  wants  to  have  is  one  on  top  of  Pillow  Hill!

Little Bear (TV series): Little Bear’s Sweet Tooth (10/7/1997)  During  Harvest  Day,  Little  Bear  finds  out  that  he  has  a

sweet  tooth.  While  everyone  else  plays  games,  Little  Bear  tries  each  and  every  tasty

dessert  on  the  table.  By  the  end  of  the  day,  Little  Bear’s  sweet  tooth  has

turned  into  a  tummy  ache!

Little Bear (TV series): A Flu (11/27/1995)  Little  Bear  has  the  flu!  What  can  he  do  to  get  better?  Cat,  Duck,  and  Hen

all  have  some  ideas,  but  in  the  end,  Little  Bear  discovers  that  there’s no  substitute

for  the  tender  loving  care  of   Mother   Bear.

BONUS EPISODES FROM “MEET LITTLE BEAR” AND “GOODNIGHT LITTLE BEAR” VIDEOS

Little Bear (TV series): What will Little Bear Wear? (11/6/1995)  Little  Bear  is  playing  outside  in  the  fresh  snow.  But  when  he  keeps  coming  in  for

more  and  more  warm  clothing,  Mother  Bear  begins  to  suspect  it’s  not  really  the  cold  that’s  motivating  him.

Little Bear (TV series): Hide and Seek (11/6/1995)  It’s  a  perfect  day  for  hide  and  seek,  and  Duck  is  quite  excited  about

being  the  seeker.  When  Little  Bear  and  his  friends  tire  of  hiding,  it’s  Duck  who  needs  finding.

Little Bear (TV series): Little Bear Goes to the Moon (11/6/1995)  Donning  his  brand  new  space  helmet,  Little  Bear  is  ready  to  set  off  on  an

expedition  to  the  moon.  After  a  bumpy  landing,  he  finds  the  lunar  terrain  to  be  surprisingly  familiar.

Little Bear (TV series): Gone Fishing (11/13/1995)  Little  Bear  and  Owl  are  off  to  catch  a  fish  for  tonight’s  supper.  They  may  be  at  the  edge  of  their

shallow  pond,  but  it’s  a  wild,  white-capped  adventure  in  the  high  seas  of  their  imagination.

Little Bear (TV series): Under the Covers (10/15/1997)  Sleep  tight,  says  Mother  Bear.  Don’t  let  the  bedbugs  bite.

Bedbugs?  How  can  Little  Bear  sleep  with  bugs  in  his  bed!  And  how  can  his  parents

sleep  with  Little  Bear  bugging  them?

Little Bear (TV series): The Campfire Tale (5/27/1997)  The  night  is  jeweled  with  stars.  And  beside  a  crackling

campfire,  Uncle  Rusty  has  a  story  for  Little  Bear,  about  a  bear  very  much  like

him,  who  wanted  to  bring  his  mother  the  moon.

Little Bear (TV series): Up All Night (11/20/1995)  On  the  ocean,  in  his  fishing  boat,  Father  Bear  watches  the  sun

rise  each  morning.  And  tonight,  Little  Bear  is  determined  to  watch  the  sun  come

up,  too.  But-yawn!  -his  eyelids  are  beginning  to  feel  very  heavy.

Little Bear (TV series): Night of the Full Moon (11/25/1996)  Tonight  is  a  full  moon.  And  just  like  in  Little  Bear’s  favorite  story,  the

moon  monsters  have  come  out  to  play.

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NICK      JR                Maurice   Sendak’s

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LITTLE BEAR

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Little Bear (TV series): Between Friends (12/16/1996) [Closed Captioning][]

When  Little  Bear  gets  the  mumps,  his  friend  Emily  cheers  him  up  by  making  a  book  for  him

about  all  the  great  times  they’ve  had  together.  After  Emily  gives  it  to  him,  Little  Bear  feels  much  better,  and

figures  out  how  to  make  Emily  feel  better  when  she  gets  the  mumps!

B     E     T     W     E     E     N       F     R     I     E     N     D     S

( wind blowing softly )

Written by

Betty Quan

( wind blowing softly )

How are you feeling,

           Little Bear?

My mumps still hurt.

Aw.

Well, have

some ice cream.

           Ice cream is good

for bears with the mumps.

Good.

Did that hurt?

Uh-uh.

I wish I wasn’t

sick, Mother Bear.

I want to play

with my friends.

I know.

Why don’t you shut your eyes,

and that will

help you feel better.

Ow!

Oops… sorry.

( sighs )

( snoring )

( humming happily )

( knock at door )

( knock at door )

( louder knocking )

Oh, Mother Bear!

Someone is at the door.

EMILY:

Little Bear--

over here.

Hi!

Emily!

And Lucy, too.

Hello, Lucy.

How do you feel?

I have the mumps.

I know.

Do they hurt?

A little.

I have a present

for you, Little Bear.

Something to cheer you up.

It’s a book I wrote.

Can I see it?

Sure.

Oh, wait, I forgot.

  I’d better stay out here,

or I might catch the mumps, too.

Thank you, Lucy.

What’s the book called?

It’s called

Between Friends.

Will you read

it to me?

Oh, but you’re

over there,

and I’m over there.

That’s okay.

I know it all by heart.

Are you ready, Little Bear?

Ready.

( Emily clears throat )

EMILY:

Page one.

“I hope this book

makes you feel better

by remembering the times

we shared together.”

        Do you remember

the first time we met?

I do, and I like the picture

                    you drew, Emily.

I flew down

the tree.

Are you all right?

I’m all right.

EMILY:

Are we still going

the right way?

LITTLE BEAR:

Uh-huh.

Let’s run.

BOTH:

Yay!

( laughing and giggling )

That was fun!

Turn the page now,

Little Bear.

Page two.

“There was the time

Emily met Owl, Hen, and Cat,

and Duck’s nieces and nephews

        needed to be baby-sat.”

                       LITTLE BEAR:

Remember Little Peep got lost?

                      EMILY:

And you found him.

( quacks )

( peeping )

( peeping )

           ( Emily and

Little Bear laughing )

Ow!

Are you okay?

Oh, my mumps hurt when I laugh.

Ready for page three?

Page three.

                                 EMILY:

“One day, Owl had a party.

“We all went to play.

Then Lucy fell down a tree.”

           ALL:

Oh, Lucy!

                       EMILY:

“And what a good doctor

            Little Bear

turned out to be.”

There.

That looks

much better.

I like your present, Emily.

Good. I hope it makes you

                      feel better.

MOTHER BEAR:

Little Bear?

Emily!

Look at what

Emily brought me.

She made it herself.

It’s very lovely, Emily,

              but I think

you should go home now.

I don’t want you

catching the mumps.

All right, Mother Bear.

Thank you for the book, Emily.

Get better soon,

   Little Bear.

Good-bye.

GRANNY:

How are the mumps?

They’re a little sore.

Oh.

And Lucy?

She’s a little sore, too.

Would some

ice cream help?

Ice cream

would be nice.

Could Lucy have some, too?

Of course.

( sighs )

( tapping

   at window )

LITTLE BEAR:

Hello! Emily,

over here.

Sorry you caught

the mumps.

Oh, that’s okay.

I have a present for you.

Come inside, Little Bear.

                       Don’t worry,

you’ve already had the mumps.

                      Granny says

you can’t catch them again.

Oh, I forgot.

It’s the book I made for you.

Turn to the end.

You added a story.

Is that you and me

at Hop-Frog Pond?

Do you like it?

You draw very well,

           Little Bear.

Mother Bear helped write

   the story for me,

but I told her what to write.

You can read it.

Page four.

“Emily is Little Bear’s

              best friend.

He hopes she gets better soon.”

( both laughing )

( frogs croak )

( frogs croak )

Hop, Frog, hop!

( Frog croaks )

Whoa!

Look out below!

That’s a nice hat.

Now we match!

“The end.

P.S. Let’s go

to Hop-Frog

Pond again.”

It’s wonderful,

Little Bear.

Thank you.

           There’s still

one more page left.

Yes.

I thought we should write

           something together.

Hmm…

Oh, I know.

How about…

“This story

really has no end

because this story

is between friends.”

Does that sound good?

Very good.

Now your turn.

I did the words,

so you can do

the picture.

What do you think?

Perfect.

Now the book really

belongs to both of us.

Little Bear (TV series): Pillow Hill (1/5/1999) [Closed Captioning][]

Little  Bear  can’t  go  to  the  picnic  because  he  has  a  cold  and  has  to  stay  in  bed.  What  can  he  do  all

day  long?  Father  Bear  teaches  him  how  to  make  his  bed  into  a  fantastic  land  of  adventure,

and  soon,  the  only picnic  Little  Bear  wants  to  have  is  one  on  top  of  Pillow  Hill!

NICK      JR                Maurice   Sendak’s

                            LITTLE       BEAR

Maurice Sendak’s

LITTLE BEAR

BASED uPON

THE SERIES OF BOOKS

BY

ELSE HOLMELuND MINARIK

AND

MAuRICE SENDAK

( birds singing )

( Hen clucking )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Hen squawks )

( Hen squawks )

CAT:

Boo!

( quacking )

ALL:

Whoa!

( all laughing )

P     I     L     L     O     W       H     I     L     L

( birds singing )

Written by

James Still (American writer)

MOTHER BEAR:

Say, “Ah.”

Ah…

Ah…

Ah…

Hmm.

Well, your throat’s

a little red,

and you’re a little warm.

I feel j…

( clears throat )

I-I feel…

( sneezes )

( sneezes )

…fine.

Somebody has a cold.

Who?

You.

I’m too hot

to have a cold.

You need to get some rest.

But what about the picnic?

Everybody’s waiting for me.

Maybe tomorrow.

But the picnic is today.

I’m sorry, Little Bear,

but when you’re sick,

you have to stay in bed.

For how long?

Until you get better.

( kisses )

           ALL:

Little Bear.

Hello.

What are you doing in bed?

What about the picnic?

Everyone’s

waiting for you.

They are?

( sneezes )

( sneezes )

Oh…

you go ahead.

I have to stay in bed.

I’m sick.

That’s terrible.

Horrible.

Awful.

Yes.

Well, good-bye.

                       ALL:

Good-bye, Little Bear.

Feel better.

Hmm…

interesting.

( sneezes )

( sneezes )

Oh…

( door opens )

Bless you.

I hear you’re

under the weather.

I have a cold.

I’m sorry to hear that.

Mother Bear says I have to

stay in bed… the whole day.

( sneezes )

( sneezes )

I’m sick.

“When I was sick and lay abed

“I had two pillows at my head

“and all my days beside me lay

to keep me happy all the day.”

What’s that?

A poem my father

used to tell me

whenever I was sick.

        Did you have to

stay in bed, too?

The whole day.

“When I was sick and lay abed

I had two pillows at my head.”

        What did you do

when you were sick

and had to stay in bed

the whole day?

“Sometimes for an hour or so

“I watched my leaden soldiers go

“with different uniforms

and drills

among the bedclothes,

through the hills.”

“Among the bedclothes

through the hills.”

Is that a hill?

I believe it is.

There’s a hill.

And here’s a hill.

( chuckles )

That’s a big hill.

This is not a hill.

This… is a mountain.

Look at me!

( laughs )

I’m climbing

the mountain.

I’m on the top

of the mountain.

Hello, down there!

Hello, up there.

( laughs )

Look out below, here I come!

Whee…!

Whee…!

( laughing )

I see the ocean.

Where?

“And sometimes sent

my ships in fleets

all up and down

among the sheets.”

( laughing )

Ships and fleets

among the sheets.

“Or brought my trees

and houses out…

and planted cities all about.”

“Or brought my trees

and houses out

and planted cities

all about.”

Ships ahoy!

I’m a fisherman.

Caught anything lately?

Just a bad cold.

( laughs )

( laughs )

( both laughing )

( both laughing )

I see hills

and a mountain

and the ocean.

I see a giant.

Where?

“You’re the giant,

great and still…

I’m the giant?

           …that sits

upon the Pillow Hill.”

I’m the giant on Pillow Hill!

MOTHER BEAR:

Is anybody hungry?

LITTLE BEAR:

I am.

I’m starving.

I thought

we might have a picnic.

Let’s have a picnic

        on Pillow Hill.

Pillow Hill?

Don’t worry.

I don’t have to get out of bed.

We’re already there.

Mmm… I’m the hungry giant

                    on Pillow Hill.

Father Bear?

Hmm?

Do you want to go back

        to Pillow Hill?

It’s time for you

to get some sleep.

( kisses )

Sleep tight, Little Bear.

“Ships and fleets

among the sheets…

( drowsily ):

“Ships and fleets

among the sheets…

“I’m the giant,

great and still

that sits upon the Pillow Hill!”

Hello, down there!

Wait for me!

( seagulls cawing )

( Little Bear sneezes )

( Little Bear sneezes )

          ( Owl hooting,

crickets chirping )

Little Bear (TV series): Little Bear’s Sweet Tooth (10/7/1997) [Closed Captioning][]

During  Harvest  Day,  Little  Bear  finds  out  that  he  has  a

sweet  tooth.  While  everyone  else  plays  games,  Little  Bear  tries  each  and  every  tasty

dessert  on  the  table.  By  the  end  of  the  day,  Little  Bear’s  sweet  tooth  has

turned  into  a  tummy  ache!

NICK      JR                Maurice   Sendak’s

                            LITTLE       BEAR

Maurice Sendak’s

LITTLE BEAR

BASED uPON

THE SERIES OF BOOKS

BY

ELSE HOLMELuND MINARIK

AND

MAuRICE SENDAK

( birds singing )

( Hen clucking )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Hen squawks )

( Hen squawks )

CAT:

Boo!

( quacking )

ALL:

Whoa!

( all laughing )

L     I     T     T     L     E       B     E     A     R     ’     S

S     W     E     E     T       T     O     O     T     H

( birds singing )

Written by

Suzanne Collins

( birds singing )

         ( Tutu barking,

excited conversation )

         ( Tutu barking,

excited conversation )

           That’s a beautiful

Harvest Day banner, Emily.

Thank you, Grandmother Bear.

I painted it myself.

Is it straight, Cat?

Your side is perfect, Emily.

Owl, you need to be

        a little lower.

Lower.

Lower.

( clears throat )

Whoa!

Oh…

( purring )

( purring )

Hmm, too low.

Let me help you up, Owl.

Happy Harvest Day, everyone.

                       ALL:

Happy Harvest Day!

I hope there’s room

for my chocolate tarts.

Here, Mother Bear.

Set them right

between the peach cobbler

and the butterscotch fudge.

This will be

the pudding section,

and all the cookies

should go over here.

My goodness, Little Bear!

You certainly know

           your desserts.

( laughs )

Yes, our Little Bear

has a very big sweet tooth.

A sweet tooth? What’s that?

It’s what we say

about someone

when they love sweets.

They’ve got

a “sweet tooth.”

I think I’ve got more than one.

Maybe you’ve got

a whole mouthful.

FATHER BEAR:

Well, who’ll give me a band

setting up for the games?

( all cheering, laughing )

( all cheering, laughing )

( all cheering, laughing )

( all cheering, laughing )

( all cheering, laughing )

Aren’t you coming,

Little Bear?

In a minute.

I’m trying to decide

about the desserts.

It’s hard to know

which one to pick.

I’m going to eat all of them.

All of them?

Sure.

Well, good luck.

           Welcome, one and all,

to the Harvest Day picnic.

And now, let the games begin.

Contestants for the sack race,

        please take your places.

Little Bear, you don’t want

to miss the race, do you?

No, Mother Bear.

( Duck quacking )

( Duck quacking )

OWL:

Hey, no fair.

Cat doesn’t have

all his feet in the sack.

Really, Owl, I was

only going to use

two of my legs

for the race.

Well, good.

There’s no point in playing

                               the game

unless you play by the rules.

All right, everybody!

On your mark…

get set…

go!

( all laughing )

( all laughing )

( all laughing )

( clucking )

( clucking )

( clucking )

( clucking )

( Emily laughing,

Duck quacking )

( Emily laughing,

Duck quacking )

( Emily laughing,

Duck quacking )

( Emily laughing,

Duck quacking )

( Emily laughing,

Duck quacking )

( Duck squawks )

( Duck squawks )

( Duck squawks )

Ow.

Ow.

Hmm.

Hmm.

( all laughing )

( all laughing )

Oh, no.

Oh, no.

Oh, no.

( screeching )

Mitzi, that’s not fair!

( both grunt )

                         OWL:

It’s against the rules!

( Mitzi groaning )

( Mitzi groaning )

( Mitzi groaning )

( Mitzi groaning )

I won! I won!

I’m sorry, Mitzi,

there’s no swinging.

I should think not.

The winners are Cat and Emily!

( cheering and applause )

Oh!

( with mouth full ):

Congratulations,

Emily.

( clears throat )

Congratulations, Cat.

Where have you been?

Oh, I took a wrong turn.

Really?

I don’t think I’m going

to win anything today.

Oh, I don’t know, Duck.

I think you’ll like

Musical Chairs.

Musical chairs?

I love Musical Chairs!

Let’s play!

( piano playing lively tune )

( piano playing lively tune )

( piano playing lively tune )

( music stops )

You’re out, Little Bear.

Oh, well.

You didn’t even try.

( music playing )

( music playing )

( music playing )

( music playing )

( music playing )

( music playing )

( music stops )

( music stops )

Let’s see, sweet tooth,

              where were we?

( stomach rumbling )

Oh, yes, cookies.

Hello.

Who were you talking to,

              Little Bear?

My sweet tooth.

And did your sweet tooth

              answer you?

                                  Mm-hmm.

He said, “Have another cookie.”

Oh, I see.

Granny! The music.

Coming!

( smacking lips )

( smacking lips )

Now the fudge.

   Here’s this year’s

Musical Chairs champion!

( barking )

( cheering )

           GRANNY:

           Wonderful!

Is there a game that I can win?

How about Bobbing

For Apples, Duck?

I’m good at that!

Come on, I need some help

filling the tub.

( excited chattering )

What was that, sweet tooth?

( stomach rumbling )

You’re absolutely right.

Peach cobbler.

Mmm.

We’re ready.

Here’s the apples.

   CAT:

Ah, mmm!

( Hen clucking )

( Hen clucking )

Mmm.

( laughing )

Mmm, mmm.

( burps )

( hoots )

Mmm…

This is hard.

Come on, Little Bear,

have a try.

( Little Bear moans softly )

Let Duck go next.

Stand back, everyone.

Let me show you how it’s done.

( grunts )

I did it!

I won! I won!

Congratulations, Duck!

Good job, Duck.

Well done, Duck.

              Now it’s time for

the biggest contest of the day.

The Harvest Day

pie-eating contest.

( oohs and ahs )

( moaning )

( moaning )

I just…

I just don’t want to.

MOTHER BEAR:

Little Bear?

Stomach ache?

Uh-huh.

Sweet tooth

got the better of you.

Mm-hmm.

My sweet tooth wanted

to try every dessert.

We better take you home

and put you to bed.

Stomach feeling

any better?

A little.

You know what?

I think I lost my sweet tooth.

That can happen.

              Do you think

it will ever come back?

Probably.

( groans )

( chuckles )

Good night, Little Bear.

Pumpkin pie?

No, thanks.

Maybe tomorrow.

Little Bear (TV series): A Flu (11/27/1995) [Closed Captioning][]

Little  Bear  has  the  flu!  What  can  he  do  to  get  better?  Cat,  Duck,  and  Hen

all  have  some  ideas,  but  in  the  end,  Little  Bear  discovers  that  there’s no  substitute

for  the  tender  loving  care  of   Mother   Bear.

NICK      JR                Maurice   Sendak’s

                            LITTLE       BEAR

Maurice Sendak’s

LITTLE BEAR

BASED uPON

THE SERIES OF BOOKS

BY

ELSE HOLMELuND MINARIK

AND

MAuRICE SENDAK

( birds singing )

( Hen clucking )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Hen squawks )

( Hen squawks )

CAT:

Boo!

( quacking )

ALL:

Whoa!

( all laughing )

A       F     L     u

Written by

Peter Parnell

Little Bear, time to get up.

It’s cleaning day,

and I need your help.

Little Bear?

( starts to sneeze )

( sneezes loudly )

( sneezes loudly )

Morning, Mother.

Ooh, sorry.

I’ll finish dusting later.

( sneezes )

( sneezes )

( sneezes )

Little Bear,

are you all right?

I think so.

Hmm, your head

feels warm.

It does?

I wonder if you

have the flu.

The flu?

I should take your temperature.

Temperature?

Now, hold

the thermometer

under your tongue.

Now, hold

the thermometer

under your tongue.

I’m going to bring

you some broth.

( cooing softly )

( cooing softly )

( cooing softly )

( cooing softly )

( cooing softly )

Hello, Little Bear.

Hello, Little Bear.

Hello.

What’s that

in your mouth?

A thermometer.

I have the fru.

The fru?

How terrible.

What is it?

Sounds serious.

Is it catchy?

Bye, Little Bear.

Bye, Little Bear.

Hmm, just as I thought--

           a slight fever.

Not much, but enough for me.

Is it flu?

Could be.

You’ll have to stay

           in bed today.

All day?!

( whining ):

           Oh.

Be sure and drink

your broth.

It’ll make you

feel much better.

CAT ( purring ):

Mmm…

CAT ( purring ):

Mmm…

Hello, Cat.

What’s the matter with you?

I have the flu.

Oh, that’s too bad.

( purring )

You should roll in some catnip.

That always makes

me feel better.

I don’t think so.

Mmm, looks good.

   ( slurping )

Mmm, looks good.

   ( slurping )

So you’re sick.

              Awful.

I knew a cat who had

           the flu once.

Did he get better?

Yes, but he sneezed so much.

His nose got so big and swollen,

              it almost fell off.

Really?!

Really?!

( sneezes )

( sneezes )

( sneezes )

( sneezes )

( sneezes )

Did my nose fall off?

( slurping )

No, it’s still there.

No, it’s still there.

                                  DUCK:

Little Bear, are you there?

There you are.

There you are.

My poor dear.

Do you remember me?

           ( slowly ):

Do you know who I am?

Of course I do.

You’re Duck.

Oh, thank goodness.

I knew a duck once

who got the flu.

She forgot

she was a duck

and didn’t know

how to fly.

Delicious looking honey.

It’s for Little Bear.

You haven’t started having

rashes yet, have you?

Rashes?

That’s what the duck I knew got.

And what happened?

Oh, it was terrible.

           The rashes

got bigger and redder,

and soon she was rubbing

herself everywhere,

on everything.

And her little feathers

           started itching

until she was scratching

and scratching.

What’s the matter?

Rashes.

I must have a rash.

Oh, dear!

I’ll get you something.

Mmm!

Here, you poor dear.

         Now, get back into bed,

or you’ll never get better.

( sighs with relief )

( stomach gurgling )

What was that?

My stomach’s making noise.

Do you think it’s

from not eating?

HEN:

Oh, my.

Stomach ache is definitely

a sign of serious flu.

I’ve got a temperature, too.

I’ve got just the thing.

Very good medicine.

I don’t want to take medicine.

              Oh, you don’t take

a hot water bottle, you wear it.

Now I’m hot.

Better be careful.

If you fever gets too high,

your ears may start

           to swell.

Oh, no.

I think they’re

burning up!

Wrap his head

in a towel.

That will help.

Oh, no!

I can’t see.

The flu can affect

your eyesight.

( Little Bear grunting )

( Little Bear grunting )

Whoa!

I feel so dizzy!

( gasps )

Flu does that.

( gasps )

( clicking tongue )

( gasps )

My, my.

( purring )

( purring )

My ears!

My nose!

( stomach gurgling )

Ooh, my stomach!

The rashes!

The honey!

( gasps, grunts )

                               Oh, no!

( Hen squawks, Duck quacks )

What is going on in here?

We were just trying to help

Little Bear get over his flu.

You can help Little Bear get

over his flu by leaving now

and letting him

get some rest.

I’ll let you know

when he’s better.

Good-bye,

Little Bear.

Get well

soon.

Take care,

Little Bear.

Mmm, you’re so sweet.

Now let’s get

you cleaned up

and back to bed.

Am I better, Mother?

I stayed in bed

all day.

Uh-huh.

You’re back to normal,

Little Bear.

I’m not sick anymore?

No, you’re all better.

How are you feeling,

           Little Bear?

Are you better?

I’m normal.

My flu has flown.

( all cooing )

( all cooing )

( all cooing )

( all cooing )

( all cooing )

This hasn’t been such

a bad day after all.

I feel pretty good.

That’s good news.

Maybe tomorrow you can help me

clean the house, top to bottom.

Maybe tomorrow you can help me

clean the house, top to bottom.

Feel my head again.

Are you sure

I’m better?

( chuckling ):

Oh, no.

You’re not going

to get away with that.

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

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Little Bear (TV series): What will Little Bear Wear? (11/6/1995) [Closed Captioning][]

Little  Bear  is  playing  outside  in  the  fresh  snow.  But  when  he  keeps  coming  in  for

more  and  more  warm  clothing,  Mother  Bear  begins  to  suspect  it’s  not  really  the  cold  that’s  motivating  him.

NICK      JR                Maurice   Sendak’s

                            LITTLE       BEAR

Maurice Sendak’s

LITTLE BEAR

BASED uPON

THE SERIES OF BOOKS

BY

ELSE HOLMELuND MINARIK

AND

MAuRICE SENDAK

( birds singing )

( Hen clucking )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Hen squawks )

( Hen squawks )

CAT:

Boo!

( quacking )

ALL:

Whoa!

( all laughing )

           W     H     A     T       W     I     L     L

L     I     T     T     L     E       B     E     A     R

                          W     E     A     R?

Written by

Neena Beber

( wind blowing )

( wind blowing )

( wind blowing )

( sighs )

Come look!

It’s snowing, see?

Mm-hmm. Lots of snow.

( humming )

Hmm…

Hmm…

( humming )

Let’s go play

in the snow.

Let’s go play

in the snow.

I have too much to do

this morning.

You go ahead, Little Bear.

( sewing machine whirring )

( humming )

( humming )

( humming )

( humming )

Brr! Mother Bear, I’m cold.

Cold?

But you haven’t even

gone outside yet.

I want something to wear

              in the snow.

Ah, all right, then.

Close your eyes,

and I’ll make you something

to put on.

and I’ll make you something

to put on.

( imitates sewing machine )

( imitates sewing machine )

( imitates sewing machine )

( imitates sewing machine )

What are you making for me,

                       Mother Bear?

No peeking.

No peeking.

( imitates

   sewing machine )

( imitates

   sewing machine )

All done.

You can look now.

You can look now.

A hat!

Now I won’t be cold.

Now I won’t be cold.

Hooray!

Hooray!

Thank you, Mother Bear.

( chuckles )

( chuckles )

( chuckles )

( snaps )

( snaps )

( giggling )

( giggling )

( grunting )

( grunting )

( grunting )

Whew.

( humming )

LITTLE BEAR:

Brr!

Oh, is somebody here?

Done playing so soon?

Mother Bear,

I’m cold.

Aha. Well, then, I guess you

must want something to put on.

Aha. Well, then, I guess you

must want something to put on.

How did you know?

How did you know?

Let’s see.

Let’s see.

   What shall I make

for my Little Bear now?

Something good that goes

              with the hat.

Better close your eyes first.

Better close your eyes first.

( humming )

( humming )

Hmm…

No peeking.

          ( imitating

sewing machine )

          ( imitating

sewing machine )

          ( imitating

sewing machine )

          ( imitating

sewing machine )

          ( imitating

sewing machine )

There you go.

There you go.

Did you make it just for me?

Did you make it just for me?

Just for you.

Just for you.

Hooray!

A coat.

Now I won’t be cold.

MOTHER BEAR:

Better button it up,

just to be sure.

MOTHER BEAR:

Better button it up,

just to be sure.

Have fun, Little Bear.

( grunting )

( grunting )

( grunting )

Whew.

Whew.

Brr…

I’m still cold.

Do you want something?

Brr…

I’ll close my eyes now.

Good idea.

Good idea.

Let’s see.

( imitating sewing machine )

( imitating sewing machine )

Here’s just the thing.

All ready.

Snow pants.

Now you can’t be cold.

Just

perfect.

( chair squeaking )

( chair squeaking )

( chair squeaking )

( clears throat )

( clears throat )

( Mother Bear gasps )

( Mother Bear gasps )

What can you want now?

Brr… I’m still cold.

My Little Bear,

you have a hat,

you have a coat,

you have snow pants.

Do you want

a fur coat, too?

Yes, I want a fur coat, too.

All right, Little Bear,

give me your hat.

Give me your coat.

Now the snow pants.

There.

My own fur coat.

My own fur coat.

My own fur coat.

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

Hmm…

Hmm?

You can’t possibly

be cold.

No, but come on.

No, but come on.

No, but come on.

No, but come on.

( grunts )

Wait, close your eyes.

Wait, close your eyes.

No peeking.

No peeking.

Okay, you can look now.

A snow bear.

I made him all by himself.

It’s perfect.

I wish he had buttons

for a snow coat though.

Will these do?

Buttons!

Buttons!

I miss Father Bear.

I wish he could see my snowman.

I miss him, too.

We’ll tell him all about it

           when he gets back.

Wait!

I know!

I know!

Father Bear’s hat

and his scarf.

He was cold.

He wanted something to put on.

( both laughing )

( both laughing )

Now he looks just

like Father Bear.

( sighing )

And you know what else?

What?

I’m not even cold.

( grunts )

( grunts )

( both laughing )

( both laughing )

Little Bear (TV series): Hide and Seek (11/6/1995) [Closed Captioning][]

It’s  a  perfect  day  for  hide  and  seek,  and  Duck  is  quite  excited  about

being  the  seeker.  When  Little  Bear  and  his  friends  tire  of  hiding,  it’s  Duck  who  needs  finding.

NICK      JR                Maurice   Sendak’s

                            LITTLE       BEAR

Maurice Sendak’s

LITTLE BEAR

BASED uPON

THE SERIES OF BOOKS

BY

ELSE HOLMELuND MINARIK

AND

MAuRICE SENDAK

( birds singing )

( Hen clucking )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Hen squawks )

( Hen squawks )

CAT:

Boo!

( quacking )

ALL:

Whoa!

( all laughing )

H     I     D     E       A     N     D       S     E     E     K

( birds singing )

Written by

Neena Beber

( birds singing )

( humming )

( humming )

( grunts )

( squawks )

( squawks )

( squawks )

( all squawk )

( all squawk )

Whoa…

Whoa…

Whoa…

Where’s Cat?

Where’s Cat?

           ( Cat screeches )

Boo!

( all squawk )

Hey, Cat, where were you?

Hiding.

That’s a good idea.

Let’s play Hide and Seek.

HEN:

Yeah.

An excellent idea.

I was about

to suggest it myself.

Can I be the one

who looks this time?

Can I be the one

who looks this time?

Can I? Can I?

I never get to look.

Can I? Can I?

Duck’s right, you know.

( sighs )

( sighs )

Okay.

This should be

interesting.

I’m the seeker!

I’m the seeker!

Oh, Duck?

Me!

Duck?

Duck.

Let’s start!

Oh, yay!

We’re starting!

We’re starting!

Uh, how do we

start again?

You have to close

your eyes

so we can hide.

And don’t forget

to turn around

and count to ten.

Turn around and…

And no peeking!

And no peeking.

Whoa!

Whoa!

Okay.

Eyes closed, turn around…

And what?

Start counting.

Oh, right!

Oh, right!

One…

One…

…two… ooh!

three…

five, six…

Oh, my, didn’t I

already say six?

But I don’t remember

        saying four yet.

I better go back to four.

Four…

look, Hen, it’s just

about your size.

( squawks )

( squawks )

( grunting )

( grunting )

( grunting )

Five, six…

You’ll get stuck.

No, I won’t.

Let me try.

No, it’s just my size.

Boo!

( Cat purring )

( Cat purring )

( whimpering )

( whimpering )

( whimpering )

All the best spots

are taken!

You better hurry, Hen!

DUCK:

Seven, eight, one…

No, I don’t think I mean one.

Take that back.

Nine?

Yes, nine.

And, um, ten!

Um, now what?

           ALL:

Start seeking!

Oh, yeah.

Uh, seeking.

Ready or not, here I come.

( brush rustles )

( brush rustles )

( brush rustles )

( gasps )

( gasps )

( squawks )

( squawks )

( stifling sneeze )

( stifling sneeze )

( sniffing )

( sniffing )

( stifling sneeze )

( stifling sneeze )

( honks )

Boo!

Uh…

Whew.

Whew.

Boo!

( squawks )

( squawks )

What’s taking so long?

Maybe I’ll never be found.

Hello?

Anyone there?

( quacks )

( quacks )

I see you, whoever you are.

( squawks )

( squawks )

( squawks )

Little Bear,

I found you!

No, Duck, I found you.

What are you doing?

I’m seeking, of course.

Have you found anyone yet?

Well, not yet.

Well, not yet.

Oh, but I found Frog!

( croaks )

( croaks )

I found you, Frog.

You cannot find what isn’t lost.

Ribbit.

I guess Frog’s

not in the mood to play.

           It’s very hard

to find your friends

when they’re hiding from you.

Come on.

We’ll find them.

( birds singing )

( birds singing )

( birds singing )

( birds singing )

( birds singing )

Look, Duck.

Footprints!

I see my footprints.

Uh, maybe Hen’s

been here.

Oh, you’re right.

Hen tracks.

And they go round

and around and around.

And they go round and around

and around and around and…

Ooh!

Oh, ooh!

Oh, ooh!

Oh, ooh!

( singing )

Hen!

Hen!

I found you, Hen.

Oh, my! Looks like

I’m finally around.

Let’s find Owl now.

( quacks )

He must have found

a good hiding spot.

( snoring )

( squawks )

Did you hear

something?

It sounds like

it’s coming…

…from over there.

( snoring )

( snoring )

We see you, Owl!

We see you.

Boo.

( birds squawk )

( birds squawk )

( laughs )

( Little Bear and Cat laugh )

I wasn’t asleep, by the way.

( clears throat )

That was to fool you.

( all laugh )

( all laugh )

( all laugh )

( all laugh )

Oh, look.

We’re all found.

Next time,

I think maybe

I want to hide, too.

But right now, I have to look

           for something else.

Aw, you do?

My lunch!

Good-bye.

( growls )

( growls )

( growls )

Mother Bear?

Boo!

Oh!

I found you.

No, I found you.

( both laugh )

( both laugh )

( both laugh )

Little Bear (TV series): Little Bear Goes to the Moon (11/6/1995) [Closed Captioning][]

Donning  his  brand  new  space  helmet,  Little  Bear  is  ready  to  set  off  on  an

expedition  to  the  moon.  After  a  bumpy  landing,  he  finds  the  lunar  terrain  to  be  surprisingly  familiar.

NICK      JR                Maurice   Sendak’s

                            LITTLE       BEAR

Maurice Sendak’s

LITTLE BEAR

BASED uPON

THE SERIES OF BOOKS

BY

ELSE HOLMELuND MINARIK

AND

MAuRICE SENDAK

( birds singing )

( Hen clucking )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Hen squawks )

( Hen squawks )

CAT:

Boo!

( quacking )

ALL:

Whoa!

( all laughing )

L     I     T     T     L     E       B     E     A     R

G     O     E     S       T     O       T     H     E

                        M     O     O     N

( loon calling )

Written by

Neena Beber

( loon calling )

( Owl hooting )

( yawning )

Good night, moon.

( sighs softly )

( sighs softly )

( sighs softly )

( wind blowing )

( wind blowing )

( wind blowing )

( birds chirping )

( birds chirping )

( birds chirping )

( sighing )

( sighing )

Oh!

Oh!

Good morning, sun.

What have you done

           with the moon?

What have you done

           with the moon?

What have you done

           with the moon?

( humming )

( humming )

Interesting.

( metal clatters )

( metal clatters )

( metal clatters )

Hmm…

( rattles )

( rattles )

Hmm…

( metal clatters )

( metal clatters )

LITTLE BEAR:

Look at me!

I have a new space helmet.

I see.

I’m going to the moon.

Oh, really?

How?

I’m going to fly there.

Fly? You can’t fly.

Birds fly.

Yes, birds fly,

but they don’t fly

to the moon.

And you’re not a bird.

Maybe some birds

fly to the moon.

And maybe I can fly like a bird.

And maybe you’re a little fat

bear cub with no wings

and no feathers.

Maybe if you jump up,

you’ll come down very fast.

With a big plop.

Maybe, but maybe not.

Maybe, but maybe not.

I’m going now.

( door creaks )

Just look for me

   up in the sky.

Just look for me

   up in the sky.

Just look for me

   up in the sky.

Be back for lunch.

( birds chirping )

( birds chirping )

( birds chirping )

( hooting )

( hooting )

Oh, I like your space helmet,

Little Bear.

Thank you, Owl.

I’m going to the moon.

Have a good trip.

           I’ll jump from

a good, high spot.

I’ll jump way far up, into

the sky and fly up, up, up.

         Now, I just need a good,

high spot to take off from.

Hmm…

Not high enough.

Whoa.

Ah.

I’ll be going too fast

to look at things,

so I’ll just shut my eyes.

One, two…

… three.

( echoing ):

           Oh!

( echoing ):

           Oh!

( echoing ):

           Oh!

Everything’s so strange.

I must be on the moon.

Note: the moon looks

a lot like the earth.

Well, well.

They have trees, too.

Hmm…

( sniffing )

( sniffing )

( sniffing )

And birds…

just like our birds.

( twittering )

A real moon bird.

( twittering )

( twittering )

( chirping )

( chirping )

( chirping )

( chirping )

Moon music.

( croaking )

( croaking )

( croaking )

( bees buzzing )

( bees buzzing )

Hmm…

moon flowers.

( sniffing )

( sniffing )

( sniffing )

( sniffing )

Hmm…

( loud buzzing )

( loud buzzing )

What do you know?

        That house looks

just like my house.

        That house looks

just like my house.

I’ll go in and see

what kind of bears live here.

( door creaks )

If they even are bears.

( calling ):

           Hello.

( creaking )

( creaking )

Interesting…

( sniffing )

( sniffing )

Moon food!

This looks like a good lunch

for a Little Bear.

( sniffs )

( sniffs )

( sniffs )

( sniffs )

MOTHER BEAR:

But who is this?

Are you a bear from earth?

Oh, yes, I am.

And how did you get here?

There was this big hill.

I climbed it and jumped

           from a big tree

and flew here,

just like the birds.

Well, my Little Bear

did the very same

thing this morning.

              So… I guess

you can have his lunch.

Stop fooling.

You’re my Mother Bear,

and I’m your Little Bear.

And we’re on earth,

and you know it.

Now…

can I eat my lunch?

Yes, you can.

And then you’ll

have your nap…

And then you’ll

have your nap…

because you are

my Little Bear.

because you are

my Little Bear.

Little Bear (TV series): Gone Fishing (11/13/1995) [Closed Captioning][]

Little  Bear  and  Owl  are  off  to  catch  a  fish  for  tonight’s  supper.  They  may  be  at  the  edge  of  their

shallow  pond,  but  it’s  a  wild,  white-capped  adventure  in  the  high  seas  of  their  imagination.

NICK      JR                Maurice   Sendak’s

                            LITTLE       BEAR

Maurice Sendak’s

LITTLE BEAR

BASED uPON

THE SERIES OF BOOKS

BY

ELSE HOLMELuND MINARIK

AND

MAuRICE SENDAK

( birds singing )

( Hen clucking )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Hen squawks )

( Hen squawks )

CAT:

Boo!

( quacking )

ALL:

Whoa!

( all laughing )

G     O     N     E       F     I     S     H     I     N     G

Written by

Peter Parnell

( Little Bear laughing )

( Little Bear laughing )

( sniffing )

( sniffing )

( sniffing )

Mother Bear, what

are you cooking?

           I thought I’d make

a nice fish soup for supper.

Fish soup!

Fish soup!

Did you hear that, Father Bear?

We’re having your favorite soup.

When’s Father Bear

coming home?

Soon, Little Bear.

But not soon enough to bring

a fish for tonight’s soup.

But not soon enough to bring

a fish for tonight’s soup.

I’ll have to go buy one.

I’ll have to go buy one.

I know.

           I’ll bring you a fish,

just like Father Bear would.

( gasps )

( gasps )

( gasps )

Little Bear,

if you want to fish,

do it outside.

( sighs )

( sighs )

( sighs )

Okay.

If Father Bear can catch

   big fish, so can I.

( snoring )

LITTLE BEAR:

Hello, Owl.

                                  Hoo!

Why, hello, Little Bear.

( clears throat )

What are you doing here?

I’m going to catch a fish

           for tonight’s supper.

Oh, very nice, very nice.

I suppose it’s time for me

to think about supper as well.

I suppose it’s time for me

to think about supper as well.

Hmm, let’s see now.

                      The winds are

out of the south-southwest,

and the tide is low.

Is that good?

        I believe it is,

nautically speaking.

( grunts )

Very well done.

Father Bear taught me.

♪ Blow the man,

oh, blow the man down ♪

♪ Hey, ho,

blow the man down. ♪

What’s that?

A fisherman’s song.

                         BOTH:

   ♪ Blow the man down,

oh, blow the man down ♪

♪ Hey, ho, blow the man down. ♪

Whoa!

I think I got one!

OWL:

D-Don’t pull too hard!

Don’t ease up.

( grunting )

( grunting )

Whoa!

Pull! Push!

( grunting )

OWL:

You got him!

Whoa! ( grunts )

Hmm…

is it too tiny?

Looks fine to me.

( chomping )

( chomping )

( yawns )

( burps )

It’s been a busy day fishing.

Don’t you think

you should…?

( yawns )

I mean, even though

you already caught

a very nice fish,

it-it might be wise

for you to, uh…

keep fishing.

I know what.

I’ll be Father Bear,

        you can be you,

and we’re fishing.

Where are we fishing?

Where are we fishing?

On the ocean.

                         BOTH:

   ♪ Blow the man down,

oh, blow the man down. ♪

Look at all the fish!

What is it?

A trout?

Well, that’s

not a trout.

Maybe it’s a flounder.

What did you catch?

Looks like a halibut to me.

What’s a halibut?

My favorite kind.

( chomping )

( chomping )

( chomping )

( splash )

Whoa!

What is it?

I don’t know.

There’s something

on my line that’s big!

Don’t lose it!

Keep pulling it in!

Keep pulling it in!

Throw it back!

Throw it back!

Throw it back!

An octopus

can be dangerous.

An octopus

can be dangerous.

An octopus

can be dangerous.

Ooh, that was close.

We’d better turn

the boat around.

Hey, skipper.

I’ve got something, too.

What do you

think it is?

I don’t know.

It’s real big.

Let me help.

( grunting )

( grunting )

Pull harder!

Don’t let it get away!

It’s a whale.

It’s a whale.

Hello, whale.

                                  OWL:

It doesn’t look too friendly.

                                  OWL:

It doesn’t look too friendly.

( gasps )

( gasps )

Throw it back!

OWL ( voice echoing ):

           Oh, no…!

MOTHER BEAR:

There you are.

MOTHER BEAR:

There you are.

What are you doing

           under the log?

We were just about to be eaten.

Eaten?

Eaten?

Yes, by a whale.

A whale?

Really? How exciting.

It was exciting.

Owl and I were fishing

on this big boat.

I caught a trout, or

maybe it was a flounder.

Slow down, Little Bear.

Then Owl caught

a halibut.

And then he caught

an octopus!

And then, all

of a sudden…

Say,

where is Owl?

Owl!

( hoots )

Right here,

Little Bear.

Weren’t you

scared, too?

Scared, me?

                               Oh, no.

Oh, no, oh, no, not at all.

( Mother Bear laughs )

( Mother Bear laughs )

And you did catch

any fish?

Oh, yes, right here.

My fish, it’s gone!

Gone?

I had a fish.

A real little fish,

one I actually caught.

There was a fish

here, Mother.

Of course there was.

Of course there was.

( clears throat )

( clears throat )

( gulps )

( splash )

OWL:

Little Bear!

Your fishing rod!

( grunts )

There’s your fish!

It looks like the perfect fish

                      for my soup.

More soup, Owl?

Oh, I couldn’t, Mother Bear.

But thank you,

it was scrumptious.

Little Bear?

Yes, please.

It’s a delicious fish,

if I do say so myself.

Someday, when I’m as big

           as Father Bear,

I’m going to go out

           on a big boat

and catch a big fish.

Yes, you will.

           And I’ll catch

a real octopus, too.

And maybe even a whale.

                      I don’t know

about octopus and whales,

but you will certainly sail

                    in a real boat.

Little Bear already fishes

very well, don’t you think?

Yes, he’s a real fisherman.

Just like his father.

OWL:

Exactly.

Just like his father.

( sighs )

( sighs )

Exactly.

( laughs )

( laughs )

( all laughing )

( all laughing )

( all laughing )

( all laughing )

( all laughing )

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Little Bear (TV series): Under the Covers (10/15/1997) [Closed Captioning][]

Sleep  tight,  says  Mother  Bear.  Don’t  let  the  bedbugs  bite.

Bedbugs?  How  can  Little  Bear  sleep  with  bugs  in  his  bed!  And  how  can  his  parents

sleep  with  Little  Bear  bugging  them?

NICK      JR                Maurice   Sendak’s

                            LITTLE       BEAR

Maurice Sendak’s

LITTLE BEAR

BASED uPON

THE SERIES OF BOOKS

BY

ELSE HOLMELuND MINARIK

AND

MAuRICE SENDAK

( birds singing )

( Hen clucking )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Hen squawks )

( Hen squawks )

CAT:

Boo!

( quacking )

ALL:

Whoa!

( all laughing )

               U     N     D     E     R

T     H     E       C     O     V     E     R     S

Written by

Betty Quan

Good night, Little Bear.

Good night, Mother Bear.

Sleep tight.

Don’t let the

bedbugs bite.

Bedbugs?

Hmm…

Hmm…

Hmm…

( chuckling )

Don’t worry, it’s just a saying.

( kisses )

( creaking )

( sighs )

( sighs )

( sighs )

Bedbugs.

Hmm…

( growls )

( growls )

( growls )

( gruffly ):

           Bedbugs!

Better not bite me!

( growling )

( growling )

( growling )

( growling )

( growling )

( growling )

( snoring )

( snoring )

( whistling )

Bedbugs.

( whistling )

( door opens and shuts )

( door opens and shuts )

( whistling, snoring )

( whistling, snoring )

( whistling, snoring )

( whistling, snoring )

( quiet snoring )

Uh… oh!

Can’t you sleep,

Little Bear?

I think there are bugs

           in my bed.

( chuckles )

( chuckles )

Oh, Little Bear.

Bedbugs, everywhere.

Oh, I see.

( snoring loudly )

( snoring loudly )

( snoring loudly )

( whistling )

( whistling )

( whistling )

I think Father Bear

swallowed a bedbug.

I think Father Bear

swallowed a bedbug.

( snorts )

( snorts )

( smacking )

( smacking )

( laughing )

( laughing )

You just can’t escape

           those bedbugs.

( snoring )

Hmm, eh? Bugs?

( laughing )

( laughing )

Whoa!

Where?

Wh-what bugs?

Bedbugs in the bed, Father Bear.

Don’t let them bite.

Where? Where?!

( laughs )

There!

There’s one.

( giggling )

There’s another one.

Here’s one.

Oh! Hey!

I’m not a bedbug.

( chuckles )

You look like

a bedbug to me.

( growls )

( growls )

Oh!

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

Oh!

I am a bedbug!

( growls )

( laughing )

( laughing )

           Bedbug bites

feel more like tickles.

Because we only have

           little teeth.

( growling )

( growling )

( continues growling )

( continues growling )

( continues growling )

( continues growling )

( laughing )

( laughing )

Oh!

Wait.

Listen.

Did you hear that?

What?

Some bedbugs are very sneaky.

They sneak up

on you, and…

( growls )

( growls )

( growls )

( squealing, laughing )

( squealing, laughing )

( squealing, laughing )

Now I’m the bedbug!

Here comes another bedbug!

Sneaky bedbugs!

Sneaky bedbugs!

Sneaky bedbugs!

( laughing, giggling )

( laughing, giggling )

Hey!

           Bedbugs like

to have pillow fights.

That’s true.

Father Bear overboard!

Whoa!

( thud )

Bedbug overboard!

Whoa!

BOTH:

Oh!

( both laughing )

( both laughing )

( both laughing )

( both laughing )

( both laughing )

Ooh!

Got you!

All right.

Are you two bedbugs

getting tired yet?

( yawns )

Yes…

( yawns again )

I think so.

( yawns )

Me, too.

( yawns )

( yawns )

( sighs )

( sighs )

Are any bedbugs still hiding

                      in the pillows?

All gone.

( giggling )

( giggling )

We’d better give this

blanket a good shake--

just in case.

Yes. Bedbugs like

to hold on tight.

( laughing )

No more bedbugs.

( sighs )

( sighs )

Good night, Father Bear.

( kisses )

( yawns )

Oh… good night.

( kisses )

( kisses )

Good night,

Mother Bear.

( yawns )

Good night.

( snoring )

Now we’re as snug

as three bugs in a rug.

Bugs in a rug?

What kind of bugs?

( chuckling )

( chuckling )

It’s just a saying, Little Bear.

Oh.

( snoring )

( snoring )

( snoring louder )

( snoring louder )

( snoring quietly )

( snoring quietly )

( snoring quietly )

( sighs )

( door creaking open

              and closed )

( door creaking open

              and closed )

( door creaking open

              and closed )

( whistling softly )

( whistling softly )

Little Bear (TV series): The Campfire Tale (5/27/1997) [Closed Captioning][]

The  night  is  jeweled  with  stars.  And  beside  a  crackling

campfire,  Uncle  Rusty  has  a  story  for  Little  Bear,  about  a  bear  very  much  like

him,  who  wanted  to  bring  his  mother  the  moon.

NICK      JR                Maurice   Sendak’s

                            LITTLE       BEAR

Maurice Sendak’s

LITTLE BEAR

BASED uPON

THE SERIES OF BOOKS

BY

ELSE HOLMELuND MINARIK

AND

MAuRICE SENDAK

( birds singing )

( Hen clucking )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Hen squawks )

( Hen squawks )

CAT:

Boo!

( quacking )

ALL:

Whoa!

( all laughing )

               T     H     E

C     A     M     P     F     I     R     E

               T     A     L     E

Written by

Michael Thoma

( fire crackling )

( fire crackling )

( fire crackling )

( slurping )

                               Look, Father Bear.

That’s the biggest

moon I’ve ever seen.

Yes, it’s a beautiful sight,

Little Bear.

I wish I could take it back

and show it to Mother Bear.

I know a story

about a Little Bear

who wanted to do

the very same thing.

You do?

Mm-hmm.

This Little Bear was away

from his Mother Bear

and missed her very much.

Oh, he must have been a little,

                      Little Bear.

Well, maybe.

Well, maybe.

Well, maybe.

Well, maybe.

Ah…                          You see,

he missed his

Mother Bear so much

that he wanted to take

the moon back to her

as a present.

But you can’t do that.

The moon is too far away.

Well, this Little Bear

           knew that,

but he thought if

he could scoop up

the moon reflection

out of the water

           he could carry it home

to his Mother Bear in a bucket.

Hello, moon.

I’m going to take you home

and show you to Mother Bear.

                    UNCLE RUSTY:

Back and forth he went…

spoonful after spoonful…

night after night.

But it’s not the

real moon in the water.

Listen to your

Uncle Rusty.

Oh, this Little Bear knew that

because his friends

           has told him.

I know who his

friends are.

You do?

Owl, Hen,

Duck and Cat.

Yes, I believe

you’re right.

Hoo! Little Bear,

what are you doing?

I’m putting the moon

in this bucket.

Why?

Is it going

to fit?

           I’m going to give it

to Mother Bear as a present.

           ( laughs )

Oh, you can’t do that.

Yes, I can.

Hmm…

                    UNCLE RUSTY:

The Little Bear was determined.

           He kept spooning

one spoonful after another.

I think the moon is shrinking.

I still don’t see

any moon in the bucket.

And neither do I.

It can’t be done.

        LITTLE BEAR:

Was the moon really

getting smaller?

                    UNCLE RUSTY:

Oh, yes, night after night.

           The Little Bear

was making progress.

Look!

Look!

Look!

The moon

is half gone.

Oh, the bucket

is half full.

        LITTLE BEAR:

So, the moon was

           in the bucket?

                    UNCLE RUSTY:

Well, the Little Bear hoped so

because one night

the bucket was full,

and the moon was gone.

The moon

is gone.

You did it,

Little Bear.

You did it,

Little Bear.

Well, I don’t

see it,

but I know

it’s in there.

                    UNCLE RUSTY:

So Little Bear carried the full

bucket back to Mother Bear.

        LITTLE BEAR:

And did he give her

           his present?

         UNCLE RUSTY:

Well, yes and no.

What have you got there,

           Little Bear?

I brought you a present,

Mother Bear.

Oh, what is it?

It’s the moon.

Oh.

I know it’s in there.

           I spooned some of it

out of the lake every night.

Well, then, I’m sure

it is in there.

Thank you,

Little Bear.

                    UNCLE RUSTY:

Little Bear picked up the

                                  bucket

and put it in the corner

                      of his room.

Hello, moon.

I know you’re in there.

Why don’t you come out?

         UNCLE RUSTY:

He waited and waited,

but night after night,

the moon stayed hidden.

                    UNCLE RUSTY:

There was no moon in the bucket

           and no moon in the sky.

The poor Little Bear.

I don’t think

the story’s over yet.

No, not at all.

You see, that’s when the

Little Bear’s friends

came to see him.

( quacking,

   hooting outside )

( quacking,

   hooting outside )

( quacking,

   hooting outside )

( quacking,

   hooting outside )

( quacking,

   hooting outside )

Hello, everyone.

Hello, Little Bear,

we want to talk to you.

It’s too dark out.

I know.

Very dark.

Yes, I can see that.

And we were

wondering

when you’re going to

put the moon back.

Maybe the moon doesn’t belong

                      in a bucket.

You’re right.

MOTHER BEAR:

Oh!

Hello, everybody.

Mother Bear,

I have to put

the moon back

in the sky.

Good idea.

        UNCLE RUSTY:

It was a dark night.

The clouds filled the sky

as the Little Bear carried

the bucket back to the lake.

           His Mother Bear and all

his friends were with him.

( quacking )

( quacking )

( quacking )

( quacking )

                    UNCLE RUSTY:

He waded into the lake…

lifted the bucket…

and threw the water

           into the lake.

LITTLE BEAR:

There it is!

The moon’s back!

( all cheer )

( all cheer )

I’m glad the

moon’s back.

                       HEN:

Where it belongs.

CAT:

And where everybody

can see it.

                       OWL:

It’s a lovely moon.

Look, Mother Bear.

Isn’t that the biggest moon

           you’ve ever seen?

Ah, it certainly is,

           Little Bear.

It’s a beautiful sight.

And so the moon was

back in the water

and back in the sky.

So he did it, Uncle Rusty--

he did give the moon

to his Mother Bear.

And now, whenever

his Mother Bear

looks up at

the night sky

and sees the moon,

she knows her Little Bear

           can see the moon, too.

( rocking chair creaking )

( rocking chair creaking )

Thank you for the story,

           Uncle Rusty.

Good night,

Father Bear.

Good night,

Little Bear.

           ( whispers ):

Good night, Little Bear.

( loon calling )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

Little Bear (TV series): Up All Night (11/20/1995) [Closed Captioning][]

On  the  ocean,  in  his  fishing  boat,  Father  Bear  watches  the  sun

rise  each  morning.  And  tonight,  Little  Bear  is  determined  to  watch  the  sun  come

up,  too.  But-yawn!  -his  eyelids  are  beginning  to  feel  very  heavy.

NICK      JR                Maurice   Sendak’s

                            LITTLE       BEAR

Maurice Sendak’s

LITTLE BEAR

BASED uPON

THE SERIES OF BOOKS

BY

ELSE HOLMELuND MINARIK

AND

MAuRICE SENDAK

( birds singing )

( Hen clucking )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Hen squawks )

( Hen squawks )

CAT:

Boo!

( quacking )

ALL:

Whoa!

( all laughing )

u     P       A     L     L

N     I     G     H     T

Written by

Suzanne Collins

Can Father Bear see

the sunset at sea?

Yes. The very

same one.

And in the morning,

because fishermen get

up so early to fish,

he can see the

sunrise, too.

Can I see the sunrise,

just like Father Bear?

You’ll have to get up

very, very early.

Unless I stay up

all night.

I’m afraid you’re too little

                       to do that.

I’m not too little.

Little Bears need their sleep.

Good night, sun.

See you in

the morning.

( Owl hooting )

        MOTHER BEAR:

And then the bear

ate all the honey

and went to sleep

with a very full belly.

That’s a good story.

Yes, it is.

Let’s read it again.

We’re already

read it twice.

Now it’s time for you

to go to sleep.

( blows )

Good night.

Mother Bear.

What is it?

How long before

the sun comes up?

Not until the moon goes down.

Good night,

Little Bear.

Sweet dreams.

( door creaks )

Hmm.

Hmm.

( loon calling )

( loon calling )

( loon calling )

( Owl hooting )

( growling )

( growling )

( growling )

( growling )

( growling )

( growling )

( thumps )

MOTHER BEAR:

Little Bear?

( door creaks )

Mother Bear.

What’s the matter?

( coughs )

( coughs )

I’m thirsty.

All right.

I’ll be right back.

( gulping )

( gulping )

( gulping )

( kisses )

( kisses )

Now go to sleep.

( kisses )

I gave you a kiss.

I didn’t kiss you back.

( kisses )

( kisses )

Good night,

Little Bear.

( door closes )

Mother Bear?

Mother Bear.

Oh, what is it,

Little Bear?

It’s too hot.

There.

( crickets chirping )

Now I’ll see you at breakfast.

What’s for

breakfast?

We can have oatmeal and juice.

What kind of juice?

Little Bear,

go to sleep.

( kisses )

( kisses )

( Owl hooting )

( door closes )

( door closes )

( wind blowing )

( wind blowing )

( wind blowing )

( trilling purr )

Boo!

                  ( gasps )

Cat.

You scared me.

What are you

doing up?

I’m staying up all night.

                       Oh, me, too.

I hardly ever sleep at night.

            You must be up

when the sun rises.

Actually, I prefer

the middle of the night.

Why?

It’s nice and dark,

and no one can see me.

Don’t you

get scared?

Sure, sometimes.

The night can be very scary.

But I like that.

Want to come?

I better not.

See you

in the morning then.

I’ve still got dinner waiting…

                      somewhere.

( purring )

( purring )

I wonder where

Father Bear is now.

It must be very dark

on the ocean at night.

There must be a lot of waves,

and the water must be

           very cold.

Whoa!

Mother Bear!

What’s wrong?

I need a lifesaver.

A lifesaver?

I was pretending

I was on a boat,

like Father Bear,

and the waves

were really big.

                      Now this time,

I want you to go to sleep.

I mean it,

Little Bear.

( sighs )

Oh, Mother Bear.

I must’ve been sleepwalking.

Hmm, you’ve never done

           that before.

I can’t get

to sleep.

Why not?

Because I want

to stay up and see

Father Bear’s sunrise.

You’re sure you want

to stay up all night?

Okay, then.

                       Let’s go wait

for Father Bear’s sunrise.

Mother Bear, where does

Father Bear sleep at night?

Father Bear sleeps in

a warm cabin on the ship.

He has a red and blue

checked quilt on his bed.

And on the nightstand,

next to his pillow,

is a picture of you.

That’s a good place

to sleep.

A very good place.

Does he have a glass

of water at night,

just like me?

Of course he does.

Does he get

a bedtime story?

Well, every night

before he goes to sleep,

he reads the letters

I write to him.

And do you write him

things about me?

All about you.

Mmm…

( snoring )

( bell dinging )

( bell dinging )

Father Bear!

Ahoy, Little Bear.

( birds singing )

( birds singing )

( birds singing )

( birds singing )

Good morning, sleepyhead.

Morning.

I’m sorry you missed the

sunrise, my Little Bear.

But I did see

the sunrise.

You did?

Of course.

Didn’t I say I would?

Was it very beautiful?

Yes, it was.

Father Bear saw it, too.

He waved to me.

Then you are a

lucky Little Bear.

Yes, I am.

Little Bear (TV series): Night of the Full Moon (11/25/1996) [Closed Captioning][]

Tonight  is  a  full  moon.  And  just  like  in  Little  Bear’s  favorite  story,  the

moon  monsters  have  come  out  to  play.

NICK      JR                Maurice   Sendak’s

                            LITTLE       BEAR

Maurice Sendak’s

LITTLE BEAR

BASED uPON

THE SERIES OF BOOKS

BY

ELSE HOLMELuND MINARIK

AND

MAuRICE SENDAK

( birds singing )

( Hen clucking )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

( Hen squawks )

( Hen squawks )

CAT:

Boo!

( quacking )

ALL:

Whoa!

( all laughing )

             N     I     G     H     T

            O     F       T     H     E

F     u     L     L     M     O     O     N

Story by

Else Holmelund Minarik

Written by

Betty Quan

Father Bear, when will

Mother Bear be home?

                      Oh, I’m sure

she’s on her way home now.

Perhaps you should be

getting ready for bed.

Mother Bear didn’t

kiss me good night.

Yes, she did.

I saw her.

That was a good-bye,

not good night.

I’m always ready for bed

after my good-night kiss.

All right, then.

Why don’t I read you a story

while we wait for Mother Bear

                       to return?

Would you like that?

Would you like that?

( mimicking airplane )

( Little Bear laughing )

What would you like me

to read tonight?

FATHER BEAR:

  The Night of the Full Moon.

This one again?

I like monster stories.

So do I.

Can we read

the book outside?

Why?

If there are any

monsters outside,

they can hear

this story, too.

Good idea.

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

It’s getting dark.

There isn’t much light

for reading books.

Hello, fireflies.

           Can you help us

with our storybook?

Don’t worry, I’ll let you out

           as soon as Father Bear

is finished reading.

Father Bear, do you think

the monsters are out?

They must still

be sleeping.

They only come out

when there’s a full moon.

Oh, yes.

That’s right.

Now, let’s see.

“Two little…”

Monsters!

( laughs )

“Two little monsters

on the moon

“dance while a comet

           whistles a tune.

“One goes up

and then goes down.

“The other moon monster

goes round and round.

“One moon monster jumps

           over tall trees.

“The other one crawls

“on his hands and knees.

One scares himself…”

“And bumps his head!”

“The other one says,

‘You should go to bed.”

Not yet.

( both laughing )

( both laughing )

( Owl hoots )

Ah, guess what

we have tonight?

A full moon.

LITTLE BEAR:

It’s beautiful.

It’s almost

like daytime.

It is indeed.

( growling )

( growling )

( growling )

The full moon is out.

You know what that means.

What?

It’s time for

the moon monsters

to go out and play.

Should we hide

from them?

No. We are them.

( growls )

( growls )

Come on, father

moon monster.

Where are we going,

little moon monster?

           LITTLE BEAR:

“Two little monsters

           on the moon…

                       BOTH:

Dance while a comet

whistles a tune.”

( laughs )

                                                  ( growls )

( laughing )

“One monster goes…

BOTH:

Up.”

            FATHER BEAR:

The father moon monster

and the little moon

           monster together

make a very big moon monster.

( Little Bear growls )

( Little Bear growls )

( Little Bear growls )

( both growling )

( both growling )

( both growling )

( both growling )

( laughs )

( laughs )

( laughs )

Whee!

Whee!

“One monster

then goes…

BOTH:

Down.”

“One monster goes over

and then around.”

“One monster goes over

and then around.”

( Frog croaks )

Are you the little monster

that likes to crawl

on his hands and knees?

LITTLE BEAR:

           Yep!

Moon monster.

Moon monster.

( growls )

( growls )

( both growling )

( both growling )

( Little Bear laughing )

( Little Bear laughing )

( Little Bear laughing )

( growling )

( growling back )

( growling back )

( growling back )

( growling back )

( growling back )

( Little Bear growls )

( Little Bear growls )

( laughs )

Ooh!

Ooh!

Whoops.

Whoops.

“One little monster

bumps his head.”

“One monster

scares himself”

then “bumps his head.”’

( growls )

( growls )

( growls )

( growls )

           FATHER BEAR:

“Two little monsters

           on the moon

dance while a comet

whistles a tune.”

( Little Bear laughing )

( Little Bear laughing )

( Little Bear laughing )

            FATHER BEAR:

Little monster, I forgot

a line from the book:

Little moon monster gets

           ♪ Very sleepy. ♪

Father Bear, that’s

not in the book.

It’s not?

No.

( sighs )

We have company,

little moon monster.

Shh.

( needles clicking )

( Little Bear giggles )

( Little Bear giggles )

( growls )

I’m a little moon monster.

Oh, my goodness!

You certainly are.

Are you scared?

Ooh, terrified.

( growling )

And I’m a father moon monster.

Oh, my.

Oh, my.

We make trouble

wherever we go.

Why aren’t you in bed

like all good

little monsters?

Moon monsters don’t sleep

when there’s a full moon.

( yawns )

Not even when they’re sleepy?

Sleepy monsters

can’t go to sleep

without a

good-night kiss.

Hmm…

so what you monsters

really want is

another kiss from

the mother monster.

( growling )

( growling )

Yes, that’s right.

But…

you’ll have

to catch me first.

( laughing )

( laughing )

Well then, here comes

           mother monster.

( Mother Bear growls )

( Mother Bear growls )

( Little Bear laughs )

( Little Bear laughs )

( Father Bear growls )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( Father and Mother Bear

              growling )

( Father and Mother Bear

              growling )

( Father and Mother Bear

              growling )

( Father and Mother Bear

              growling )

( squealing and giggling )

( squealing and giggling )

Will a good-night kiss

change the little monster back

           into my Little Bear?

Uh-huh.

Uh-huh.

Uh-huh.

Why,

is it my Little Bear.

Now father monster, too.

( growling )

( growling )

( growling )

( growling )

MOTHER BEAR:

Welcome back,

Father Bear.

Now, it’s time

for bed.

Yes. All the monsters

are sleeping now.

Good night,

my Little Bear.

( loon calling )

( loon calling )

( Owl hooting )

( Owl hooting )

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Little Bear (TV series) Website Promo[]

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Between Friends/Pillow Hill/Little Bear’s Sweet Tooth/A Flu End Credits[]

B     E     T     W     E     E     N       F     R     I     E     N     D     S

Executive Producers

Maurice Sendak

and

John B. Carls

Producers

Michael Hirsh (Belgian-Canadian film producer)

Patrick Loubert

Clive A. Smith

Supervising Producer

Stephen Hodgins

Coordinating Producer

Patricia R. Burns

Executive for Nickelodeon

Brown Johnson

Line Producer

Pamela Slavin

Directors

Raymond Jafelice

Arna Selznick

John Van Bruggen

Assistant Director

Gary Hurst

Story Editor

John B. Carls

Story Consultant for

Nickelodeon

Todd Kessler

Script Coordinators

Beth Gardiner

Bonnie Chung

Diane Burstein

Featuring the Voices of:

Janet-Laine Green: Mother Bear

Kristin Fairlie: Little Bear

Jennifer Martini: Emily / Lucy

Additional Voice Talent

Kay Hawtrey: Granny

Casting Directors

Karen Goora

Jessie Thomson

Casting Coordinator

Karyn Tester

Voice Director

Merle Anne Ridley

Recording Coordinator

Joanne Boreham

Production Supervisor

Ruta Cube

Overseas Unit Director

Brian McKaig

Production Coordinators

Tracey Oxholm

Suzie Gallo

Production Managers

Judy Leung

Carolyn Walters

Storyboard Supervisor

Raymond Jafelice

Storyboard Artists

Stephanie Gignac

Brian Lee

Andrea Robins

Dan Nosella

Chad Hicks

Frank Ramirez

Rui Albino

John Flagg

Lewis-McDougall

Arna Selznick

Andrew Tan

Annelies Davis

Dan Poitras

Raymond Jafelice

Storyboard Assistants

Ruth Tait

Patricia Lewis-McDougall

Annelies Davis

Kerry Sargent

Storyboard Coordinators

Allan Parker

Ian Baggley

Leora Dinsmore

Design Supervisors

Alan Knappett

Sean V. Jeffrey

Designers

Koko Maung

Scott Collie

Ross Campbell

Franc Reyes

Cynthia Ward

Dimitri Kostic

Mark Koren

Design Coordinator

Gitte Barrow

Effects Design Supervisor

Michael McKay

Effects Designers

Lars Pindal

Royce Langford

Art Director

Rudolph Stussi

Color Stylist

Jo-Anne Merrill

Background Stylists

Mei Tsao

Christina Rother

Layout Supervisors

Ron Wilson

Ted Collyer

Assistant Layout Supervisor

Brad Markewitz

Layout Coordinators

Marissa Collyer

Renee Martin

Layout Artists

Georges Daigle

David E. Pietila

Kevin McDonald

Mary Lyons

Brian Poehlman

Dinah Postma

Terry Rotsaert

Vivian Cheuk

Eugene McDermott

Colin Nordell

Mike Thurmeier

Mike Fowler

Todd Jahnke

Kevin Z. Klis

Jim Nakashima

Brian Lee

Allison Ryckman

Chris Hayes

Winky Wong

Howard Lonn

Affee Yepp

Mitch Manzer

Terry Lenko

Key Animation Supervisor

Denis Gonzalez

Key Animation Coordinator

Clare Johnston

Key Animators

Eva Smith

Cynthia Ward

Lynn Reist

Jan Tillock

Maureen Shelleau

Michelle Houston

Nadine Cupryn

Phillip Stamp

John Mahovlich

Enzo Avolio

Kevin Labanowich

Digital Production Manager

Cherri Hurst

Digital Production Coordinators

Brenda Wood

Warren Shepherd

Digital Technical Director

Mike Reid

Digital Systems Director

Mac Holyoke

Digital Systems Video Engineers

James Jacobs

Jeremy Chew

Compositing Supervisor

Tyler Baylis

Retake Coordinator

Lynda Haynes

Retake Assistant

Jan Robson

Scanners

Damian Temporale

Ken Rentner

Derek Craig

Hugh Powell

Lead Painter

Ed Ochtabienski

Digital Painters

Editha Payuma

Lloyd Simms

Christine Lasebnik

Nora San Jose

Stephen Lategan

Elisa Salmacio

Val Cummings

Bob Devine

Catherine Roebuck

Paul Telford

Kevin Pelle

Brenda Stark

Dylan Wickware

Jim Prue

Digital Painters

Chris Cornish

Hector Goldby

John Goh

Elliot Joel

Kim Denommé

Candy Nichols

Lliam Cole

Brendan Sack

Justin Galal

Jason MaCallum

Matina Theodosiou

Chris Richards

Maryla Straczynski

Tomoko Salsaki

Steven Gelling

Joe Yu Zhao

David Zimmerman

Hugh Williamson

Jyun Oki

Karin Minchin

Digital Compositors

Ian Marrs

Kevin Clark

Dave Shepherd

Carin Macinroy

Angelia To

Dave Altman

Eliat Harel

Glen Binmore

Shirl Kwan

Fred Ni

Dan Wood

Ryan Smith

Kevin Colbourne

Joseph Chan

Dale Ranson

Mel Vavaroutsos

John Lyons

Francois Valentyne

Preproduction Editors

Darrell MacDonald

Shelley Mills-Hughes

Brian Fraser

Mark Grosicki

Production Coordinator

Rick Dubiel

Breakdown

Ken Hurlbut

Terry Carter

Geoff Walton

Transfer/Splitting

Sheila Murray

Transfer Technicians

John Dubiel

Jeff Howard

Supervising Editor

Rob Kirkpatrick

Post Production Managers

Samara Melanson

Lan Lamon

Supervising Sound Editor

Glenn Barna

Music Supervisor

Stephen Hudecki

Picture Editor

Karen Lawrie

Dialogue Editors

Keith Trevor

Sheila Murray

Melodie Vaughn

Sound Effects Editors

Craig Marshall

John Baktis

Ryan Araki

Eric Mattar-Hurlbut

Christopher Harris

David Bass

Aaron Holm

Assistant Music Editor

Dave Shaw

Assistant Picture Editor

Dave Dias

Music Editors

Peter Branton

Anthony Crea

Brian Fraser

Recording Engineers

Paul Shubat

Bruce Fleming

Re-Recording Engineer

Elius Caruso

Original Theme Song by

Arnold Black

Score by

Lesley Barber

Additional Production Facilities

Hanho Heung-Up Co. Ltd.

On Line Editor

Brian Karn

Colorist

Colin Moore

Laboratory Services

deluxe sound

DAVE Audio

Magnetic North

International Image

National Captioning Centre

Produced by Nelvana Limited

in association with

John B. Carls Productions Inc.

and

Wildthings Productions Inc.

and

The Canadian Broadcasting

Corporation

Series © 1996 Nelvana Limited

All Rights Reserved.

Nelvana Limited is the

owner of this motion picture

for the purposes of copyright

and other laws.

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Executive Producers

Maurice Sendak

and

John B. Carls

Producers

Michael Hirsh (Belgian-Canadian film producer)

Patrick Loubert

Clive A. Smith

Supervising Producer

Stephen Hodgins

Coordinating Producer

Patricia R. Burns

Executives for Nickelodeon

Brown Johnson

Beth Gardiner

Line Producer

Marianne Culbert

Director

Charles E. Bastien

Assistant Director

Michael Stuart Bass

Dan Poitras

Story Editor

Raymond Jafelice

Script Coordinators

Bonnie Chung

Karen Ringling

Featuring the Voices of:

Janet-Laine Green: Mother Bear

Kristin Fairlie: Little Bear

Dan Hennessey: Father Bear

Casting Director

Jessie Thomson

Casting Coordinators

Karyn Tester

Judy Wong

Voice Director

Merle Anne Ridley

Recording Coordinator

Joanne Boreham

Production Supervisor

Ruta Cube

Overseas Unit Director

Michael Daze

Production Manager

Judy Leung

Production Coordinator

Erin Skopitz

Production Assistants

Marissa Collyer

Caroline Simmons

Storyboard Supervisor

Raymond Jafelice

Storyboard Artists

John Flagg

Chad Hicks

Rui Albino

Annelies Davis

Andrew Tan

Raymond Jafelice

Frank Ramirez

Lyndon Ruddy

Patricia Lewis-McDougall

Dan Nosella

Charles E. Bastien

Bob Smith

Storyboard Assistants

Simon West

Tony Tarantini

Kerry Sargent

Storyboard Coordinator

Aare Voitk

Design Supervisor

Alan Knappett

Designers

Alex Nussbaum

KoKo Maung

Ross Campbell

John McDiarmid

Sasha McIntyre

Design Coordinator

Gitte Barrow

Effects Design Supervisor

Michael McKay

Effects Designers

Lars Pindal

Royce Langford

Color Stylist

Nassirin Monem

Background Painter

Sandra Yeaman

Background Stylists

Maureen Paxton

Ange Zhang

Layout Supervisors

Kevin Klis

Rob Sadler

Assistant Layout Supervisors

Terry Rotsaert

Chris Minz

Layout Coordinators

Renée Martin

Tania Anderson

Layout Artists

Genni Selby

Scott Bennett

Chris Hayes

Joanne Rice

Georges Daigle

Mark Komza

Eugene McDermott

Birgit Schulz

Brian Lee

Sean Jeffrey

John Stuart

Dinah Postma

Glenn Chadwick

Dale Desrochers

Winky Wong

Vivian Cheuk

Tony Tarantini

Dolores Moreira Pocinho

Key Animation Supervisor

Denis Gonzalez

Key Animation Coordinators

Clare Johnston

Leora Dinsmore

Key Animators

Maureen Shelleau

Eva Smith

Peter Giliberti

Enzo Avolio

Wendy Parkin

Mark Koran

Ross Campbell

Director’s Notes

Willard Kitchen

Digital Production Manager

Joyce Marshall

Digital Technical Director

Mike Reid

Digital Systems Producer

George Roy

Digital Video Technicians

David Zimmerman

Paul Telford

Compositing Supervisor

Eilat Harel

Production Assistant

Allison Chai

Compositing Shift Supervisor

Shirl Kwan

Compositing Coordinator

Peter Wagner

Scanners

Daniel Gareau

Andrew Itwaru

Mark Picard

Patrick Ingoldsby

Chris Richards

Maryla Straczynski

Paint Supervisor

Ed Ochtabienski

Paint Production Coordinators

Kim Denomme

Jason Cook

Assistant Color Stylist

Kevin Pelle

Lead Painters

Piper Corchesne

Andrew Laitinen

Val Cummings

Neil Seeley

Digital Painters

Chris McNorgan

Christine Lasebnik

Derek Geldart

Edith Payumo

Elisa Dalmacio

Jim Fell

John Robinson

Jyun Oki

Karin Jeffery

Ken Rentner

Laurel Dewan

Jason Abrahams

Dave Volf

Hugh Williamson

John Mokedanz

Daniel Hance

Tony Rodriguez

Anthony Chimming

Laurel Daugherty-Seto

Danny Elliot

Emily Guarascio

Jason Zusko

Digital Painters

Leanne Welbourn

Michael Reed

Nora San Jose

Robin Mitchell

Steven Gelling

Susan Erlich

Tomoko Sasaki

Candy Nichols

Karen Matskiw

Robert Covacich

Jackie Liew

Julia Sparrow

Laleh Ladjevardi

Matther Hurst

Mitch Valenton

Rebecca Orr

Saul Caetano

Carmen Albano

Carrie McLean

Catherine Roebuck

Christopher Gould

Angela Cabral

Lead Compositor

David Shephard

Compositors

Gerald Brophy

Joseph Chan

Eduardo Espinoza

Roger Kenchington

Jason McCallum

Ian Marrs

Fred Ni

Andrea Smith

Tara Campbell

Pan Van Emmerik

Brad Husband

John Lyons

Carin McInroy

Rodica Mihailescu

Steve Sanderson

Angelo To

Dan Wood

Preproduction Supervisor

Rick Dubiel

Assembly Editors

Darrell MacDonald

Mark Grosicki

Shelley Mills-Hughes

Peter Winninger

Audio/Video Technicians

John Dubiel

Jeff Howard

Splitting/Transfer

Jeff Howard

Breakdown

Ken Hurlbut

Terry Carter

Geoff Walton

Director Of Post Production

Rob Kirkpatrick

Post Production Manager

Tracy Grant

Music Supervisor

Stephen Hudecki

Picture Editor

Al Maciulis

Audio Supervisor

Scott Murdoch

Dialogue Editor

David Shaw

Sound Effects Editors

Scott Murdoch

Justin Drury

Music Editor

David Shaw

Assistant Picture Editor

Brian Berger

Recording Engineer

Mark Baldi

Re-Recording Engineer

Elius Caruso

Post Production Assistant

Barry Craigmyle

Original Theme Song by

Arnold Black

Score by

Lesley Barber

Additional Production Facilities

Hanho Heung Up Co. Ltd.

On-Line Editor

Brian Karn

Colorist

Colin Moore

Laboratory Services

deluxe sound

McClear Pathe

Crunch Recording Group

Magnetic North

National Captioning Centre

Produced by Nelvana Limited

in association with

John B. Carls Productions Inc.

and

Wildthings Productions Inc.

with the participation of

The Canadian Broadcasting

Corporation

The Government of Canada

Canadian Film or Video Production

Tax Credit program

Series © 1998 Nelvana Limited

All Rights Reserved.

Nelvana Limited is the

owner of this motion picture

for the purposes of copyright

and other laws.

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Executive Producers

Maurice Sendak

and

John B. Carls

Producers

Michael Hirsh (Belgian-Canadian film producer)

Patrick Loubert

Clive A. Smith

Supervising Producer

Stephen Hodgins

Coordinating Producer

Patricia R. Burns

Executives for Nickelodeon

Brown Johnson

Beth Gardiner

Line Producer

Pamela Slavin

Director

Arna Selznick

Co-Director

Charles E. Bastien

Post Producer

Marianne Culbert

Timing Directors

Willard Kitchen

Paul Schibli

Assistant Director

Michael Stuart Bass

Second Assistant Director

Chad Hicks

Story Editor

Raymond Jafelice

Script Coordinators

Tracey Oxholm

Bonnie Chung

Diane Burstein

Featuring the Voices of:

Tara Charendoff: Tutu

Diane D’Aquila: Grandmother Bear

Jennifer Martini: Emily

Andrew Sabiston: Cat

Amos Crawley: Owl

Dan Hennessey: Father Bear

Janet-Laine Green: Mother Bear

Kristin Fairlie: Little Bear

Kay Hawtrey: Granny

Sean McCann (actor): Grandfather Bear

Tracy Ryan: Duck

Elizabeth Hanna: Hen

Ashley Taylor: Mitzi

Additional Voice Talent

Ray Landry: Moose (cameo; does not speak)

Casting Director

Jessie Thomson

Casting Coordinator

Karyn Tester

Voice Director

Merle Ann Ridley

Recording Coordinator

Joanne Boreham

Production Supervisor

Ruta Cube

Overseas Unit Director

Brian McKaig

Production Manager

Judy Leung

Production Coordinators

Tracey Oxholm

Suzie Gallo

Amanda Johnston

Storyboard Supervisor

Raymond Jafelice

Storyboard Artists

John Flagg

Chad Hicks

Mike Csunyoscka

Annelies Davis

Doug Thoms

Frank Ramirez

Tim O’Halloran

Bob Smith

Mike Smukavic

Raymond Jafelice

Patricia Lewis-McDougall

Storyboard Assistants

Ruth Tait

Russ Tonks

Storyboard Coordinator

Ian Baggley

Design Supervisor

Alan Knappett

Designers

Rodica Oancea

Marijan Trpkovic

KoKo Maung

Cynthia Ward

Mark Koren

Dimitrije Kostic

Ruth Tait

Goran Delic

Design Coordinator

Gitte Barrow

Effects Design Supervisor

Michael McKay

Effects Designers

Lars Pindal

Royce Langford

Color Stylist

Jo-Anne Merrill

Background Painters

Maureen Paxton

Christina Rother

Layout Supervisors

Roy Wilson

Tony Tarantini

Genni Selby

Dermot Walshe

Scott Bennett

Assistant Layout Supervisor

Brad Markewitz

Layout Coordinators

Marissa Collyer

Renée Martin

Layout Artists

Terry Rotsaert

Mary Lyons

Dinah Postma

Chris Hayes

Howard Lonn

Brian Poehlman

Mitch Manzer

Colin Nordell

Brian Lee

Jim Nakashima

Affee Yepp

Allison Ryckman

Bernard Lizon

Gord Sinclair

Ed Lee

Glenn Chadwick

Warren Flanagan

Rob Sadler

Kevin Z. Klis

Key Animation Supervisor

Denis Gonzalez

Key Animation Coordinator

Clare Johnston

Key Animators

Maureen Shelleau

Eva Smith

Cynthia Ward

Pamela Pagayonan

Lynn Reist

Michelle Houston

Kevin Labanowich

Sean Branigan

Wendy Parkin

Digital Production Manager

Cherri Hurst

Digital Production Supervisors

Brenda Wood

Warren Shepherd

Digital Technical Director

Mike Reid

Digital Systems Director

Mac Holyoke

Digital Video Technicians

James Jacobs

Paul Telford

Compositing Supervisor

Vesna Mostovac

Technical Assistant

Jan Robson

Production Assistant

Allison Chai

Scanners

Andrew Itwaru

Ken Rentner

Hugh Powell

Kimberly Stringer

Lead Painters

Ed Ochtabienski

Candy Nichols

Lloyd Simms

Kevin Pelle

Jason McCallum

Digital Painters

Editha Payumo

Elisa Dalmacio

Christine Lasebnik

Nora San Jose

Jim Prue

Steven Gelling

Maryla Straczynski

Kim Denommé

Bob Devine

Tomoko Sasaki

Stephen Lategan

Neil Seeley

Digital Painters

Karin Minchin

Rachael Agnew

Patrick Ingoldsby

Dierdre Commanda

Tara Campbell

Joe Yu Zhao

Catherine Roebuck

Chris Cornish

Hugh Williamson

Jyun Oki

Mark Picard

Chris Defreitas

Stephen Tillcock

Jude Clarke

Angela Cabral

Val Cummings

David Zimmerman

Matina Theodosiou

Chris Richards

Piper Courchesne

Lead Compositor

Glen Binmore

Compositors

Dave Shepherd

Ian Marrs

Carin MacInroy

Dan Wood

Lynn Harris

Angela To

Fred Ni

Joyce Marshall

Sonya Carey

Kevin Colbourne

Eilat Harel

Shirl Kwan

Preproduction Supervisor

Rick Dubiel

Preproduction Editors

Darrell MacDonald

Mark Grosicki

Shelly Mills-Hughes

Peter Winninger

Audio Technicians

John Dubiel

Jeff Howard

Splitting Technician

Sheila Murray

Breakdown

Ken Hurlbut

Terry Carter

Geoff Walton

Supervising Editor

Rob Kirkpatrick

Post Production Manager

Tracy Grant

Supervising Sound Editor

Glenn Barna

Music Supervisor

Stephen Hudecki

Picture Editor

Karen Lawrie

Dialogue Editors

Keith Traver

Scott McCrorie

Sound Effects Editors

Ryan Araki

Eric Mattar-Hurlbut

John Baktis

Craig Marshall

Assistant Picture Editor

Mhairi Kerr

Music Editors

Peter Branton

Anthony Crea

David Shaw

Recording Engineer

Paul Shubat

Re-Recording Engineer

Elius Caruso

Original Theme Song by

Arnold Black

Score by

Lesley Barber

Additional Production Facilities

Hanho Heung-Up Co. Ltd.

On-Line Editor

Brian Karn

Colorist

Mike Thibodeau

Laboratory Services

deluxe sound

DAVE Audio

Magnetic North

International Image

National Captioning Centre

Produced by Nelvana Limited

in association with

John B. Carls Productions Inc.

and

Wildthings Productions Inc.

and

The Canadian Broadcasting

Corporation

with the participation of the

Government of Canada

Canadian Film or Video Production

Tax Credit program

Series © 1997 Nelvana Limited

All Rights Reserved.

Nelvana Limited is the

owner of this motion picture

for the purposes of copyright

and other laws.

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Executive Producers

Maurice Sendak

and

John B. Carls

Producers

Michael Hirsh (Belgian-Canadian film producer)

Patrick Loubert

Clive A. Smith

Supervising Producer

Stephen Hodgins

Coordinating Producer

Patricia R. Burns

Executive for Nickelodeon

Brown Johnson

Line Producer

Hasmi Giakoumis

Director

Raymond Jafelice

Assistant Director

Dave Pemberton

Story Editors

Neena Beber

John B. Carls

Maurice Sendak

Story Consultant for

Nickelodeon

Todd Kessler

Voice Talent

Janet-Laine Green: Mother Bear

Kristin Fairlie: Little Bear

Andrew Sabiston: Cat

Tracy Ryan: Duck

Elizabeth Hanna: Hen

Casting Director

Karen Goora

Casting Coordinator

Karyn Bonello

Voice Director

Merle Anne Ridley

Recording Coordinator

Joanne Boreham

Production Supervisor

Steve Chadwick

Overseas Unit Director

Evan Steacy

Production Coordinators

Patricia Drury

Tracey Oxholm

Caroline Simmons

Storyboard Supervisor

Raymond Jafelice

Storyboard Artists

Stephanie Gignac

Vincenzo Natali

Andrea Robbins

David Soren

Doug Thoms

Dave Pemberton

Arna Selznick

Andrew Tan

Raymond Jafelice

Storyboard Assistants

Danny Kahan

Patricia-Ann Lewis

Frank Ramirez

Storyboard Coordinators

Alan Parker

Ian Baggley

Design Supervisors

Andrew Hickson

Sean V. Jeffrey

Designers

Koko Mauns

Dimitrije Kostic

Steve Wood

Frank Reyes

Cynthia Ward

Raymond Pang

Design Coordinator

Carolyn Walters

Art Director

Rudolph Stussi

Colour Stylist

Jo-Anne Merrill

Background Stylists

Mei Tsao

Christina Rother

Layout Supervisors

Genni Selby

Tony Tarantini

Layout Artists

George Daigle

Glenn Jeffs

Kevin Klis

Mary Lyons

Brian Poehlman

Dinah Postma

Terry Rotsaert

John Stewart

Ron Wilson

Dale Desroches

Mark Komza

Daniel Poitras

Peter Morley

Brian Lee

Frank Ramirez

Rob Sadler

Peter Wong

Affee Yepp

Key Animators

Niall Johnston

Dave Zach

Lynn Reist

Denis Gonzalez

Rob Elliot

Ted Collyer

Fred Wilmot

Brian Lee

Maureen Shelleau

Digital Ink & Paint Supervisor

Mary Aitken

Digital Systems Director

Mac Holyoke

Digital Technical Director

George Roy

Digital Systems Video Engineer

Mike Reid

Digital Compositors Supervisor

Dave Altman

Digital Ink Painters

Voltaire Alquino

Monica Faltin

Jason McCallum

Editha Payuma

Hugh Powell

Angela To

Mae Wo

Demien Temporale

Jeremy Chew

Kimberly Stringer

Ian Marrs

Winky Wong

Warren Shepherd

Ed Ochtabienski

Sasha Waddington Barone

Kevin Pelle

Digital Compositors

Glen Binmore

Joyce Marshall

Dave Shepherd

Shirl Kwan

Fred Ni

Dan Wood

Digital Systems Coordinator

Tyler Baylis

Scanners & Prep

Lynn Harris

Jody Richardson

Vesna Mostovae

Jan Robson

Preproduction Editors

Darrell MacDonald

Shelley Mills-Hughes

Michele Cook

Peter Winninger

Production Coordinator

Rick Dubiel

Breakdown/Splitting

Ken Hurlbut

Terry Carter

Fred Spek

Transfer/Splitting

Sheila Murray

Aaron Holm

Pre and Post Transfer Technician

John Dubiel

Supervising Editor

Rob Kirkpatrick

Post Production Manager

Samara Melanson

Supervising Sound Editor

Scott McCrorie

Music Supervisor

Stephen Hudecki

Picture Editor

Karen Lawrie

Dialogue Editors

Keith Trevor

Sheila Murray

Melodie Vaughn

Sound Effects Editors

Craig Marshall

John Baktis

Eric Mattar-Hurlbut

Christopher Harris

Assistant Music Editor

Dave Shaw

Assistant Picture Editor

Dave Dias

Music Editors

Peter Branton

Anthony Crea

Brian Fraser

Recording Engineer

Paul Shubat

Re-Recording Engineer

Andy Koyama

Original Theme Song by

Arnold Black

Score by

Lesley Barber

Additional Production Facilities

Hanho Heung Up Co. Ltd.

On Line Editor

Frank Biasi

Colourist

Joanne Rourke

Laboratory Services

deluxe sound

Dome/Sounds Productions

Magnetic North

National Captioning Centre

Produced by Nelvana Limited

in association with

John B. Carls Productions Inc.

and

Wildthings Productions Inc.

and

The Canadian Broadcasting

Corporation

Series © 1995 Nelvana Limited.

All Rights Reserved.

Nelvana Limited is the

owner of this motion picture

for the purposes of copyright

and other laws.

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NELVANA

A CORUS™ Entertainment Company

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NICK      JR

Package   Design   ©   2003   Viacom   International   Inc.   NICKELODEON,   NICK   JR.,   and   all   related   titles,   logos   and

characters   are   trademarks   of   Viacom   International   Inc.   All   Rights   Reserved.   LITTLE   BEAR   series

©   1996   Nelvana   Limited.   All   Rights   Reserved.   MAURICE   SENDAK’S   LITTLE   BEAR   ™

Wild   Things   Productions,   Inc.   Little   Bear   Characters

©   1997   Maurice   Sendak.   All   Rights   Reserved.

™,   ®   &   Copyright   ©   2003   by   Paramount   Pictures.   All   Rights   Reserved.

Package   Design   ©   2003   Viacom   International   Inc.

NICKELODEON,   NICK   JR.,   and   all   related   titles,   logos   and

characters   are   trademarks   of   Viacom   International   Inc.   All

Rights   Reserved.   LITTLE   BEAR   series   ©   1996   Nelvana   Limited.

All   Rights   Reserved.

MAURICE   SENDAK’S   LITTLE   BEAR   ™   Wild   Things

Productions,   Inc.   Little   Bear   Characters

©   1997   Maurice   Sendak.   All   Rights   Reserved.

™,  ®  &  COPYRIGHT  ©  2003  BY  PARAMOUNT  PICTURES.  ALL  RIGHTS  RESERVED.

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Executive Producers

Maurice Sendak

and

John B. Carls

Producers

Michael Hirsh (Belgian-Canadian film producer)

Patrick Loubert

Clive A. Smith

Supervising Producer

Stephen Hodgins

Coordinating Producer

Patricia R. Burns

Executive for Nickelodeon

Brown Johnson

Line Producer

Hasmi Giakoumis

Director

Raymond Jafelice

Assistant Director

Dave Pemberton

Story Editors

Neena Beber

John B. Carls

Maurice Sendak

Story Consultant for

Nickelodeon

Todd Kessler

Voice Talent

Kristin Fairlie: Little Bear / Father Bear (referenced only)

Janet-Laine Green: Mother Bear

Elizabeth Hanna: Hen

Tracy Ryan: Duck

Amos Crawley: Owl

Andrew Sabiston: Cat

Dan Hennessey: Frog

Nelvana Logo[]

NELVANA

A CORUS™ Entertainment Company

Nick Jr. Logo[]

NICK      JR

Package   Design   ©   2003   Viacom   International   Inc.   NICKELODEON,   NICK   JR.,   and   all   related   titles,   logos   and

characters   are   trademarks   of   Viacom   International   Inc.   All   Rights   Reserved.   LITTLE   BEAR   series

©   1996   Nelvana   Limited.   All   Rights   Reserved.   MAURICE   SENDAK’S   LITTLE   BEAR   ™

Wild   Things   Productions,   Inc.   Little   Bear   Characters

©   1997   Maurice   Sendak.   All   Rights   Reserved.

™,   ®   &   Copyright   ©   2003   by   Paramount   Pictures.   All   Rights   Reserved.

Package   Design   ©   2003   Viacom   International   Inc.

NICKELODEON,   NICK   JR.,   and   all   related   titles,   logos   and

characters   are   trademarks   of   Viacom   International   Inc.   All

Rights   Reserved.   LITTLE   BEAR   series   ©   1996   Nelvana   Limited.

All   Rights   Reserved.

MAURICE   SENDAK’S   LITTLE   BEAR   ™   Wild   Things

Productions,   Inc.   Little   Bear   Characters

©   1997   Maurice   Sendak.   All   Rights   Reserved.

™,  ®  &  COPYRIGHT  ©  2003  BY  PARAMOUNT  PICTURES.  ALL  RIGHTS  RESERVED.

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