Old Bear Stories: Fun and Games

Theatrical Release: December 27, 2000
DVD Release: December 3, 1996
Old Bear Stories: Fun and Games
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Synopsis

Old fashioned fun and games are the subject of these three episodes based on curious playroom toys from the best-selling “Old Bear” storybooks.

The Circus Coming – Across a table full of food that is just out of his reach, Old Bear explores underneath and discovers the perfect place for a circus. As all the toys gather to watch, Rabbit, who turns out to be the star of the show, accidentally solves the dilemma of the out-of-reach food.
The Boat Race – When Bramwell decides to make some pirate hats out of newspaper scraps, Old Bear and his friends decide it’s a great day for a boat race. They all build their boats and set out for the stream, only to find the evens of the day don’t go exactly as they had planned.
Little Bear’s Big Race – When Rabbit sees Little Bear and Bramwell making foil cups, he suggests they have a sports day. Old Bear organizes a sock race, potato and spoon race, and some high-jumping. Little Bear begins to feel sad as he is certain he won’t win a prize, but in the end, as luck will have it, he wins the final cup.

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Company: Sony Wonder
Genre: Children
Runtime: 30 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: carol verbrugge