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Auction History Result

Lot #: 065 BEAR & THE BEAVERS linen 1sheet

Date Sold 6/14/1993
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Appears in Hollywood Posters 4
Only $60

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An Original Vintage Linenbacked One-Sheet Movie Poster (1sh) (Learn More)

The Bear and the Beavers, the 1942 Rudolf Ising animated animation cartoon comedy short (in this one, it is time for Barney to hibernate, but he is out of firewood to keep him warm during the long cold winter, and he tries to gather some, but has no luck, and he spies the beavers' huge supply, and helps himself to it, and when they discover that it is gone, they not only recover all of it, but they take Barney's cabin too, in revenge!) featuring Barney Bear. Note that Barney Bear was one of the most popular MGM cartoon characters of the 1940s. He first appeared in 1939 in "The Bear That Couldn't Sleep", and was created by director Rudolf Ising. In 1941, he was given his own series of cartoons. Barney Bear was a very large slow moving sleepy bear who usually was simply wanting to rest, and the other characters kept disturbing him. Some of the animators who worked on the Barney Bear cartoons also worked on Tex Avery cartoons, but Avery himself never worked on a Barney Bear cartoon. The last Barney Bear cartoon was made in 1954, although he was resurrected decades later. A curious footnote is that in a 1953 cartoon, Barney Bear is mentioned as living in Jellystone Park, which of course would later become the home of Hanna-Barbera's Yogi Bear.
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