|Other names||Fuzzy Wuzzy (By Smarty Weasel), Bär|
|Birthday||July 2 1951|
|Affiliations||The Weasels, The Squirrel, The Mole, The Raccoon, The Vixen, The Fox, The Spotted Ferret, The Badger, The Vulture, The Hare, The Rabbit, The Rat, The Vole, The Shrew, The Mouse, The Bird, The Ferret, The Stoat, The Tortoise, The Turtle, The Sloth, The Snake, Owl, The Kestrel, The Frog, The Polecat, The Crow, Mrs. Hare, Mr. Bear (Boyfriend), The Skunk, The Chipmunks, The Lion, The Hedgehog, The Hamster, The Beaver, The Lynx, The Cougar, The Marmot, The Tiger, The Gopher, The Kangaroo, The Otter, The Seal, The Sea Otter, The Sparrow, The Eagle, The Woodpecker, The Wolf, The Dog, The Cat, The Deer, The Porcupine, The Coyote, Momma Rabbit, Little Rabbit, The Duck|
|Residence|| The Mighty Forest|
|Interests||The Mouse, Making Friends, Her Adventure|
|Parents||UnNamed Parents (Deceased)|
|First appearance||The Bear and the Weasel|
|Last appearance||The Extra Timing Show: Featuring The Bear and The Mouse|
|Voiced by|| June Foray (1970-2003)|
Tara Strong (2009-)
The Bear is a cartoon character from Warner Bros. Studios, Isolde Schmitt-Menzel and WDR.
She is an anthropomorphic small bear that lived in the mighty forest with her friends (the forest animals), she’s a sweet and cuddly little grizzly bear that a time, falls in love with the male anthropomorphic bear “Mr. Bear”, as she and Mr. Bear wanted to hire a new dinner at the restaurant, but the cat got scared away from calling him “Ant Pasted”, she becomes friends with The Mouse (Die Maus), which whatever could be a matter, She has brown fur, wearing many clothes as she wants, She like singing, sleeping, swimming and dancing, She likes her friends: The Mouse, The Weasels, The Spotted Ferret, The Skunk and some other animals.
in Short Films
In TV Movies
In TV Series
- The Bear is a Part of the German Books and Comics.
- The Bear Became The Looney Tunes Star in the 1970s.
- The Bear Sounds Like Karen (from Frosty the Snowman).
- The Bear is also a Part of Bastei Books “Das Buch mit der Maus” and Isolde Schmitt-Menzel’s Books.