Gummi Bears

For A Few Sovereigns More / Over The River And Through The Trolls

Season 2, Ep 1, Aired 9/13/86
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  • Episode Description
  • A) Igthorn hires a mercenary named Flint Shrubwood to find and capture a Gummi bear and ends up being the one that is hunted along with Cubbi. Can they escape the persistant bounty hunter?B) Trolls try to hijack a shipment of gold protected by Sir Gawain. Can Calvin and the Gummi Bears help his grandfather save the gold from the trolls?

  • Cast & Crew
  • June Foray

    Grammi Gummi

  • Paul Winchell

    Zummi Gummi (Seasons 1 - 3)

  • Noelle North

    Cubbi Gummi

  • Lorenzo Music

    Coach Driver

  • Roger C. Carmel

    Sir Tuxford (1st season)

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (12)

    • Sir Gawain: Cavin, I saw a Gummi Bear! Cavin: (acting surprised) Really? Wish I could have seen him. Sir Gawain: Oh you will lad, someday. I'm sure of it.

    • Grammi: Well, that's the best I can do on such short notice. Gruffi: Hey, is that a short joke, Grammi?

    • Sir Tuxford: Have at them, lads. They can't best the knights of Dunwyn.

    • Toadie: Did you get him? Igthorn: He didn't stand a chance. That flea bitten rent-a-bum bounty hunter turned when I stood up to him. That coward. (hears a whistle like the bounty hunter's) Don't let him get me! Save me! Save me! (it was a little bird and all the ogres laugh)

    • Cubbi: I did learn one important lesson from him (Igthorn)...(Igthorn tries to jump and grab the Gummies but they bounced away at the last second) Never trust Igthorn!

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    Notes (1)

    • The episode title is a spoof of the Christmas carol "Over the River and Through the Woods".

    Allusions (2)

    • Dirty Harry Duke Igthorn's mercenary, Flint Shrubwood, is clearly influenced by this recognizable character played by Clint Eastwood. His character's recognizable catchphrase, "Go ahead, make my day", is spoofed in the phrase "Go ahead, take my pay."

    • Movie Allusion: The tile of the episode is a spoof of the Spaghettie Western "For a Few Dollars More" by Sergio Leone.

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