Early concept art available on the DVD for this movie reveals that Me Bear's tummy symbol was originally going to be her own face and that the expression on this face would change with Me Bear's mood.
Ian Thomas was nominated for a Gemini Award in the category of Best Original Music in a Children’s or Youth Program or Series for his work on this movie. The winner was announced at the 20th Annual Gemini Awards on November 17, 18, & 19, 2005. Unfortunately, though, Ian Thomas did not win this award.
Premiered on YTV in Canada at 1:30 P.M. on Monday, October 10, 2005. Premiered on Playhouse Disney in the United States on Monday, October 17, 2005. Released on DVD and video on October 18, 2005.
All "i"s during the closing credits are dotted with hearts.
Robert Tinkler is credited as Rob Tinkler, Louise Vallance is credited as Stevie Vallance and Elizabeth Hanna is credited as Liz Hanna.
Too Loud Bear is bright-red with a megaphone for his tummy symbol, Me Bear is light pink with a heart-shaped mirror for her tummy symbol and Messy Bear is light blue with a tornado for his tummy symbol.
The Care Bears accept Too Loud Bear, Me Bear and Messy Bears' request that they be allowed to continue to live in Care-a-Lot, allowing the possibility that these characters may return in a future movie.
The animals/things that Dark Heart transformed into were: a sea serpent, a rattle snake, a fox, a wolf, a frog (twice), a turtle, a gorilla, an alligator (twice), a spider, a tornado, a smoke cloud, and a teenage boy.
During the scene when everyone is swimming in the river, Grumpy Bear is shown in swimsuit and naked in between shots.
It is learned in this movie that the Care Bear family were adopted by True Heart and Noble Heart from an orphanage.
When the Care Bears and the four children wave good-bye to each other towards the end, Dark Heart has gray hair, when, as a good boy, he's supposed to have red hair.
We never see baby Treatheart or adult Cozyheart.
The first of two Care Bears movies to feature Harmony Bear as a character (the recent "Big Wish Movie" being another). Her only appearance in the 1980s series was in its "Great Race" episode.
At the end of the movie when all the care bears go swimming at the lake, wearing "Bikini styled swim suits".
At one point Nobleheart and Braveheart decide to throw Swiftheart into the lake wearing there swim suits.
A brief few seconds during the throwing shot, they get naked again as there swim suits magically disappear a goof or they set a new undressing speed record.
This movie is out of continuity with the first one. In the first movie, the Care Bears meet the Cousins for the first time. But in this movie, they have all known each other since they were cubs and all grew up together.
In the "Our Beginning" sequence, look closly, and you'll see Proudheart Cat has her emblem on her tummy. The only problem is, none of them are supposed to have their emblems yet.
In one scene, Swift Heart Rabbit is grey, when she's supposed to be blue.
After Noble Heart says "This time, it might be Dark Heart", in the next scene the Little Star & Heart Buddies switch colors. Didn't occur to me 'til now but in that scene the Little Star Buddy looks a lot like Patrick Star of "SpongeBob SquarePants".
Proudheart Cat is supposed to be girl but in movie she is a boy.
After Jason and Kim solve the mystery, they get new parents.
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talking animals, altruistic behavior, long running show, good vs. evil, for the nostalgic