During the opening music, none of the normal sound effects such as quacking or laughing could be heard on the audio, although close-captioning still showed them.
When Little Bear and Owl stop fishing to assist Duck with her "big catch," their own fishing rods simply disappear. Later on, Duck's does too. None of them reappear back in the "real world" after the fantasy sequence is over.
in "Who Do I Look Like?" Little Bear see's a picture of Mother Bear as a cub but doesn't but doesn't know that it's her but he should know what Mother Bear looks like as a cub because in "Leaves" he has a dream where he plays with Mother Bear as a cub
This episode appears in some listings as "First Frost / Duck and the Winter Moon / Hello Snow," but the order as seen on TV is "First Frost / Hello Snow / Duck and the Winter Moon."
In "The Sky Is Falling," Mother Bear gives Little Bear a "special hat" (a flowerpot) that completely covers his head, including his ears. Still, he continues to carry on a conversation with her as if he can hear her just fine.
The basic plot of "Thunder Monster" (the main young character afraid of a thunderstorm, and then the fear goes away at the end of the story) was also used on two other cartoons produced by Nelvana, the Franklin story "Franklin and the Thunderstorm" and a story from The Berenstain Bears titled "The Berenstain Bears Count Their Blessings."
The caterpillars/butterflies in this episode are based on the Imported Cabbage Worm (Peris Rapae), a common caterpillar that feasts on cabbage as its main diet, along with other mustard-family plants. The Imported Cabbage Worm grows up to be the Cabbage White Butterfly.
Goof: The caterpillars could not have completed their transformation into butterflies in just one night; during the night they go into pupation, and emerge as butterflies the next morning. In real life it takes at least a week for a caterpillar to change into a butterfly or moth when it is in the pupa stage (some butterflies may spend the whole winter pupating if they are caterpillars in the fall).
The kids' costumes for Goblin Night:
Little Bear: A monster
Cat: A black cat
Owl: A ghost
Duck: A thunder cloud
Mitzi: A goblin
According to the close-captioning, Hen performs "La Hanabera" from Bizet's Carmen in "Diva Hen."
In "Little Bear Sing a Song", Little Bear, his friends and parents all make up a song with actions to follow along with. The song is as follows:
Little Bear, Little Bear, sing a song (ding dong, ding dong)
Little Bear, Little Bear, run along
Little Bear, Little Bear, turn around
Little Bear, Little Bear, fall to the ground
Little Bear, Little Bear, dance on your toes
Little Bear, Little Bear, wriggle your nose
Little Bear, Little Bear, wiggle your hips
Little Bear, Little Bear, do back / front flips
Little Bear, Little Bear, stand up tall
Little Bear, Little Bear, make yourself small
Little Bear, Little Bear, time for bed
Time for bed, sleepyhead
The moon shines bright
James Still is the writer for the first two stories, while Betty Quan is the writer for the third one.
Little Bear is accompanied by Emily and Duck on his raft. Hen, Cat and Owl choose to race him. Cat refuses to join them on the raft because he knows how to swim, but doesn't like to. Hen declines because she doesn't know how to swim. Owl is comfortable where he is, but can't resist the idea of a race.
The cast of Little Red Riding Hood:
Emily: Red Riding Hood
Little Bear: The huntsman
Cat: The wolf
Granny: The Grandma
Duck: The duck guarding Grandma's house.
In "Bigger Little Bear," Little Bear imagines becoming taller, and grows so big that his head hits the ceiling of the house. However, when he leaves the house, he's taller than the house itself.
when cat is walking on Bigger Little Bear the fur on Bigger Little Bear's lower jaw is the same color as his snout and his belly when it should be the color of the rest of his body
When Little Bear cuts the cake, he is beginning to cut it, in the next shot when the camera fades to a bird's-eye view of everyone at the table, the cake has no cuts in it. Then in the next shot, the cake has already been cut up.
When "Duck, Baby-Sitter" was released on "The World Of Little Bear" VHS, the scene at the end of the story where Little Bear agrees with Emily that they like baby animals and the rest of the episode was removed.
Little Bear gets into the bath tub covered in mud but after he washes it off the water in the tub is crystal clear when it should be a little brown from the mud.
The order of the stories between this episode and this episode has been changed on Noggin. Although "Up All Night / A Flu / Exploring" is what appears in schedule listings, "Up All Night / Little Bear's Bath / Father Bear Comes Home" is what actually airs. This effectively makes the episode into three part arc about Little Bear's anticipation of Father Bear returning and his finally coming home.
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