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->''"Dashing and daring, courageous and caring, \\
Faithful and friendly with stories to share, \\
All through the forest they sing out in chorus, \\
Marching along as their song fills the air..."''

''Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears'' is a truly groundbreaking series by Creator/WaltDisneyTelevisionAnimation and Tokyo Movie Shinsha (Now known as Creator/TMSEntertainment; between seasons 1 to 4, switching to Walt Disney Animation Japan in the rest of the show's run). Although ''TheWuzzles'' was Disney's first original animated TV series, that was really a trial run for this series, which almost immediately made the company a dominant force in television animation. Lasting from September, 1985 to February, 1991. A total of 94 episodes.

The show was actually a major gamble for Disney, as it was a very new idea. Disney reasoned that the costs of a high-quality animated show could be recovered in syndication. The gamble worked, and a new era of unprecedented quality in western television animation was born with Disney's competitors eventually forced to raise their production standards and budgets to avoid unfavorable comparisons.

The series takes place in TheThemeParkVersion of medieval time, centuries after the Great Gummis fled across the sea while a small caretaker colony stayed behind in Gummi Glen in the Kingdom of Dunwyn to maintain the civilization's extremely sophisticated infrastructure on the off-chance the Gummis could return to live with humans in peace.

Unfortunately, when the story begins, the Glen Gummis have declined to only six descendants who have forgotten their past skills. Fortunately, they meet a friendly human boy named Cavin who has a Gummi Medallion that unlocks their library's Great Book of Gummi, the essential book of their culture's knowledge. Inspired, the colony decide to rediscover their heritage and help the boy whose kingdom is under dire threat.

That threat comes in the form of Duke Igthorn of Drekmore and his army of really dumb ogres. He is out to conquer Dunwyn and upon discovering that the supposedly mythological Gummi Bears exist, he will stop at ''nothing'' to exploit their secrets, like their powerful magic and technology, for his own use. Furthermore, he is but the most frequent of a whole host of enemies that the Gummi Bears and their human allies must oppose.

At the most uncharitable, you could call this series TMS' late answer to ''Anime/TheLittlBits'' (''The Little Bits'' coming out in 1980, this came out in 1985), but it's more accurate to call it Disney's[=/=]TMS's attempt to show how to do the premise ''right''. Apart from obviously lavish animation, the series addressed the major complaints of [[Creator/TatsunokoProduction Tatsunoko's]] series and the basic ideology of the 1980s; for instance, individuality is celebrated in proper proportion to the value of cooperation and the primary characters are far more nuanced with carefully considered flaws and strengths. Furthermore, the female characters avoid TheSmurfettePrinciple, with multiple characters with strong well-defined personalities who bow to no one.

If you're wondering how they came up with a premise for, of all things, ''Gummi Bears,'' as the story goes, Michael Eisner was inspired when he was [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gummi_bear snacking on them]]. True story, straight from ThatOtherWiki.

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!!This show includes examples of:

* AffablyEvil: Duke Igthorn.
* AnIcePerson: Chillbeard the frost giant.
* AndYourLittleDogToo: The witch Marzipan says this to Calla in "Eye of the Beholder," after being exposed - except it's a pig, not a dog, and the pig is actually a disguised Sunni.
* BadassAdorable:
** Cubbi is extremely cute, but he's usually very capable in their adventures, even though he's just a little bear cub. His badassery is exponentially enlarged when he takes on his "Crimson Avenger" secret identity.
** All the bears are this to an extent. Would you really expect something so cute and small to be able to open up such a can of whoopass?
* BadassLongcoat: Flint Shrubwood, the BountyHunter Igthorn hires in "For A Few Sovereigns More" to capture a Gummi Bear. Unlike most minor villains in Disney cartoons, he's actually ''capable''. He effortlessly captures Cubbi and subdues the Duke when he refuses to pay up. With a more reliable sponsor, this man would be a HeroKiller. (Fortunately, he's clearly OnlyInItForTheMoney.)
* BadassPrincess: Calla has saved her kingdom and her castle several times.
* {{Badbutt}}: Gruffi.
* BagOfKidnapping: Seen when Igthorn kidnaps "Calla" (really Sunni in disguise) in "A Gummi by Any Other Name".
* BarefootCartoonAnimals: Zummi, Gruffi and Grammi do not wear shoes.
* BearsAreBadNews: Inverted, as you'd expect. Unless you're Duke Igthorn.
* BearyFriendly
* BerserkButton: Gruffi has a magical one in "Sweet and Sour Gruffi." The word "thanks" makes him evil.
* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor:
** In "When You Wish Upon A Stone" a young boy wishing to be bigger turned into [[OurGiantsAreBigger giant.]]
** Sunni takes to singing in "A Gummi In A Gilded Cage" and hopes she can sing in front of kings one day. Seconds after saying so, she's carried off by Carpies (giant vultures) who were ordered by ''their'' king to find a new "songbird". Sunni is not pleased.
* BetterTheDevilYouKnow: In "Just a Tad Smarter", when the ogres kick Igthorn out and Toadwart's cousin Tadpole takes over, he treats them even worse than Igthorn did. Not only does he mistreat them the same way, he ''makes them take baths!'' After the ogres call a truce with the Gummis, who help them find Igthorn again, all the Duke has to do is promise there'll be no more baths, and he's back in charge.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Gummi Bears are friendly, helpful, and loyal, but assuming they're weak is a ''big'' mistake.
* BigEater: Tummi. Gets him in trouble in at least one episode.
* BlindAndTheBeast: Tummi befriends a blind human woman in one episode.
* BlindWithoutEm: Zummi.
* BluffTheEavesdropper: In one episode, the King tries to find out a famous chef's secret recipe by listening at the door, which the chef thwarts by reciting absolute nonsense instead of his ingredients. However, this does not thwart Cubbi, Sunni, and Tummi, who are hiding in the kitchen and can write down the actual steps he's taking.
* BouncingBattler: Gummiberry Juice makes Gummi Bears incredibly bouncy and quick. They usually save it for battles or emergency situations.
* BumblingSidekick: Toadwart for Duke Igthorn.
* ButtMonkey: Toadie. Even his fellow ogres pick on him.
* ChainedHeat: Cubbi and Igthorn in "For A Few Sovereigns More," after Igthorn tries to double-cross a bounty hunter he hired to capture Cubbi.
* ChekhovsVolcano: Accompanied by ConvectionSchmonvection in "My Gummi Lies Over the Ocean".
* TheChewToy: Toadie.
* CityOfAdventure: Dunwyn.
* ClothesMakeTheSuperman: In one episode, Toadwart gets a suit of armor that makes him invincible in battle.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Gusto. Spending twelve years on an island with only a talking toucan for company can do things to a guy.
* TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong: Averted in that Gruffi complains a lot, but his practical nature means his call on things is often right and the other Gummis respect him for it.
* ConspicuouslyLightPatch: The various "secret doors" in particular almost always exhibit this.
* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: The Deluxe Torture Plan:
-->'''Toadwart:''' You'll be forced to listen to a medley of popular folk tunes sung by Gad and Zook.
* CoolBigSis: Calla is a surrogate one to Sunni.
* CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot: "Duel of the Wizards".
-->'''Zummi''': If you had just accepted our help when we first offered it, we could have avoided all this trouble.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Tummi.
* DaddysGirl: Sunni seems to have this relationship with Gruffi.
* DeadpanSnarker:
** Gruffi.
** Grammi tends to repay him in kind.
* DietEpisode: In "The Oracle", Tummi Gummi gets put on a diet.
* DisabilityImmunity: Being stupid is actually a benefit for Igthorn's ogres sometimes. In one episode, Igthorn's plan involves using [[MagicMusic magical bagpipes]] that hypnotize people, which only work on intelligent creatures. (That leaves his men out.) In another episode, it's implied that a [[TheFairFolk slumber sprite's]] spell might put Gruffi to sleep forever, but it only works on the ogres for about a minute, because as the sprite says, "they're so dumb!"
* TheDitherer: Tummi in "The Fence Sitter".
* {{Duck}}: Someone shouts this when a fish goes flying through the air. Another character remarks, "That's not a duck, it's a fish," before getting hit in the face.
* DumbMuscle: The Ogres.
* ElaborateUndergroundBase: Gummi Glen has an unusually realistic take on such a habitat and the various tasks necessary to maintain it and the consequences of neglecting it is a source of story material.
* EmbarrassingFirstName: Duke Sigmund Igthorn.
-->"Siggy Soggy-Pants!"
* EnemyMine:
** In the episode "Just A Tad Smarter", Toadwart's cousin Tadpole takes over Castle Drekmore, kicks Duke Igthorn out, and orders the ogres to destroy all the Gummiberry bushes. Neither Igthorn nor the Gummis want the bushes destroyed, so they reluctantly team up to get rid of Tadpole. (Not to mention that he ''makes the ogres take baths'', something they ''really'' hate to do!)
** In "For A Few Sovereigns More", Duke Igthorn hires a bounty hunter to catch a Gummi Bear. When the hunter returns with Cubbi and Igthorn refuses to pay, he and Cubbi are tossed into a dungeon cell and have to work together to escape.
* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: Princess Calla.
* EvilTwin: {{Inverted|Trope}}. Igthorn is a twin, but ''he's'' the evil one. His [[SiblingYinYang heroic knightly brother]] Sir Victor (whom Cavin idolizes) is deeply ashamed.
* EvilerThanThou: Flint Shrubwood is this to Duke Igthorn. If you don't give him his gold, you've got a bad thing coming. Heck, he took out an entire squad of ogres.
* ExpositoryThemeTune: Quoted above.
* {{Expy}}: Cavin and Calla bear more than a passing resemblance to [[TheBlackCauldron Taran and Elionwy]], in both physical appearance and role in the story.
** Likewise, Toadie is a short, green, SycophanticServant who serves as second-in-command to the antagonist and is kicked around by larger minions. Just like Creeper
** The scene in "A Gummi In A Gilded Cage" where Tummi is trying to stop two Carpies from carrying Sunni off brings to mind Taran trying to stop the dragons from taking Hen Wen. Especially since in both instances, the flying monsters are kidnapping something their king wants.
* FantasticRacism: Part of the reason Gummi Bears are now the stuff of fairy tales is they were all so mistreated by humans that they either sailed away or went into hiding as their numbers dwindled. Not surprisingly, many Gummis still distrust humans. Cavin often suffers for this.
* FantasyHelmetEnforcement: Sort of. When Tummi builds a boat in "My Gummi Lies Over the Ocean," he and Gruffi are wearing what appear to be life jackets.
* FateWorseThanDeath: In the Season Six episode "Thornberry To The Rescue", [[spoiler: an evil spider called the Spinster kidnaps Gummi Bears but they are rescued by Sir Thornberry and Cavin. To make sure that The Spinster never bothers them again, they leave her tied up in an underground cave, the entrance to which is later boarded up by Gruffi. It is also implied in the episode that the Spinster might be immortal as she was originally imprisoned by the ancient Great Gummis, which makes her fate even worse.]]
* FeatheredFiend: Carpies
* FiveManBand:
** TheHero: Gruffi
** TheLancer: Cubbi
** TheSmartGuy: Zummi
** TheBigGuy: Tummi
** TheChick: Sunni
** SixthRanger: Gusto
** TeamMom: Grammi
* FloatingContinent: Aerial Isle.
* FoodAsBribe: Igthorn tries to bribe Tummi with food to find the location of Gummi Glen.
* ForHalloweenIAmGoingAsMyself: The Gummis go without costume into Dunwyn on Folly Day.
* FountainOfYouth: Gummiberry juice mixed with baby powder ends up turning Igthorn's ogre army into babies.
* FullCircleRevolution: In "Just a Tad Smarter," the ogres replace Igthorn with Tadpole in the belief that a fellow ogre will be kinder to them, but once he's in power Tadpole is just as bad as or worse than Igthorn.
* GangOfCritters
* GoneBehindTheBend: "A Gummi A Day Keeps The Doctor Away" has a scene where Gruffi and Tummi get chased by ogres while saving a kindly doctor from Duke Igthorn. The chase scene then leads to the two Gummis and the ogres running around the top part of the castle, until only the ogres are seen running around.
-->'''Tummi:''' [[LampshadeHanging I wonder how long they're gonna keep this up.]]
* GrandFinale: "King Igthorn."
* GrandTheftMe: Igthorn steals Tummi's body in "If I Were You."
* GreatBigBookOfEverything: The Great Book of Gummi. The Gummi Bears are only able to read it and use the great knowledge inside because because they met Cavin, whose medallion unlocks it.
* GrumpyBear: A literal example with Gruffi.
* HotWitch: Lady Bane.
** Also Marzipan, [[spoiler: until you see her true form.]]
* HumansAreTheRealMonsters: The ancient Gummis were forced into hiding because of greedy humans who wanted to take their magic and technology for themselves.
* IfYouKillHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim: Cubbi's reason for rescuing Igthorn in "For a Few Sovereigns More." Cubbi makes a promise to Igthorn to rescue him, and only someone as treacherous as Igthorn would go back on a promise.
* ILied: Igthorn tries this on Flint Shrubwood, the bounty hunter, in "For a Few Sovereigns More". Big mistake.
* IWantYouToMeetAnOldFriendOfMine: In Season One, Gruffi was voiced by the late Bill Scott, who voiced Bullwinkle in ''RockyAndBullwinkle''. Grammi was voiced by June Foray who voiced Rocky in that same series.
* IWasBeatenByAGirl: Calla, going undercover, defeats the squires in "Girl's Knight Out."
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Gruffi.
* KarmaHoudini: The villain in "The Sinister Sculptor" really doesn't receive any punishment for heaven knows how long his cruelty to animals has been going on. He loses his magic dust (ensuring he can't continue doing it) and he's attacked by said animals while escaping after Gruffi and Grammi break the spell, but he ''does'' escape, and [[FridgeLogic when you think about it]] he probably got away with most of his ill-gotten gained money.
* LargeHam: Igthorn.
** And his brother.
* LastOfHisKind: The Gummi Glen Gummis believe they are the last remaining Gummis. They're wrong, but not by much.
** Most of the Gummi Bears set off in ships to find new land where they wouldn't be persecuted by humans. A small number remained in Gummi Glen, to watch and wait for the day it was safe for the other Gummis to return. Five hundred years later, there are ''six'' left. However, by the end of Season One it's made clear that there's a thriving Gummi society across the ocean.
** On a slightly smaller scale, in Season Two the group come across another Gummi Bear called Chummi, who's ''really'' desperate to find other bears. The small bits he mentions about his past indicate he was from another warren that stayed behind but, like Gummi Glen, their numbers dwindled until there was only him.
** Sir Thornberry seems to be the last of the guards left behind [[spoiler:at the ancient Gummi city of Ursalia]].
* LethalChef:
** Grammi's cooking. (Tummi likes it, however.)
** Also Sunni's various attempts to make Gummi Berry Juice before she gets it right. It's literally explosive.
* LostTechnology: By the wagonload. Even the Gummis don't know what half of it does.
* LovePotion: One causes Tummi to fall for Lady Bane and Lady Bane to fall for Toadie.
* MamaBear: Grammi. Literally.
* MeaningfulName:
** Sunni is the CheerfulChild and has yellow fur.
** Cubbi the cute TagalongKid and the youngest in the group.
** Tummi the BigEater
** Grammi the ApronMatron
** Gruffi is a GrumpyBear
** Gusto is HotBlooded and energetic.
** Zummi is...um... is... [[OddNameOut we'll get back to you on that.]]
*** It may have something to do with his {{spoonerism}} tendencies, or to emphasize his "wizard-like" nature given that a lot of sound effect depictions have the letter Z, like Zap or Kazaam.
*** In the Russian dub he's renamed "Spellcaster," which still rhymes with the other Russified names the same way as it does in the original.
** On the villains' side, Toadie is the SycophanticServant.
* MedievalStasis: Would instantly have been dispelled if humanity at large could have gotten their hands on Gummi technology.
* TheMiddleAges: A soft, light depiction.
* MilesGloriosus: Zigzagged with Sir Tuxford. He's like this ''most'' of the time, but he can be somewhat brave if the situation warrants it; he's just slowing down in his old age.
* MissingMom: Princess Calla's mom is never mentioned in the series.
* MobileSuitHuman: In "A Hard Dazed Knight," Gruffi uses one (in the form of an armored knight) to infiltrate Duke Igthorn's castle.
* TheMunchausen: Sir Tuxford and King Gregor are like this in one episode, teaming up to tell tall-tales about their past exploits. (Subverted, however, because they ''knew'' no one believed them.)
* TheNicknamer: Gusto has a handful of affectionate nicknames for nearly every member of the cast.
* NotSoHarmlessVillain: Igthorn on occasion, particularly in the finale.
* OddNameOut: See MeaningfulName above.
* OneNoteCook: The only thing that Grammi can prepare correctly is Gummiberry Juice.
* OlderSidekick: Tummi for Cubbi's "Crimson Avenger."
* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Both the Medieval and Chinese kind appear.
* OurGiantsAreBigger: They appear on multiple occasions.
* OurGryphonsAreDifferent: They're pink.
* OurMermaidsAreDifferent: Standard fantasy version appears in "Water Way to Go."
* OurOgresAreHungrier
* TheOneWhoWearsShoes: Slightly more than normal for the trope, but Sunni, Tummi and Gusto.
* PapaWolf: Gruffi.
* PimpedOutDress: Calla occasionally wears one.
* PlotHole: The first time the Carpies encounter the Gummis is when they kidnap Sunni to be the King Carpie's "songbird." He's rather obsessed with having a singer. The next time the King encounters Sunni, he doesn't recognize her at all.
* PowerUpFood: Gummiberry juice. For Gummis it makes them bouncy and agile. For humans, it gives them a few minutes of super strength, but only works once a day. Ogres gets super strength too, but unlike humans, it lasts longer and can be renewed by drinking more juice. Fortunately for the world at large, the berries must be prepared in a very specific way to create an effective juice, and only the Gummis have the secret.
* PrecociousCrush: Sunni has one for Gusto, who is either [[ObliviousToLove oblivious]] or politely uninterested.
* PrincessesPreferPink: Calla and Marie both wear pink dresses.
* PuppyLove: It's clear Cavin and Calla have a mutual crush on each other.
* RagnarokProofing: Averted in that many of the Great Gummi artifacts found often have to be refueled, reconditioned or otherwise have just decayed to uselessness.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: King Gregor. This extends into his personal life when he eventually discovers, and quickly learns to be pleased, at how powerful a warrior his daughter has become.
* RebelliousPrincess: Princess Calla to a T.
* RedOniBlueOni: Gruffi, the no-nonsense conservative, is often at odds with Grammi, who is far more [[CoolOldLady progressive]], and Gusto, who is [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} out to lunch]].
* RememberedTooLate: Zummi does this with the fact that Gummi berry juice only works on humans once a day.
* TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation: The Disney cartoon that finally introduced quality animation to made-for-TV cartoons, playing a big role in getting rid of lingering legacy of TheDarkAgeOfAnimation.
* TheRival: Princess Marie to Princess Calla.
* RopeBridge:
** Seen in "Zummi Makes it Hot," when the heroes eventually set it on fire to evade pursuit.
** Also shows up in "A Bridge On the River Gummi" when Gruffi attempts to build a much nicer bridge over the former RopeBridge after it collapses.
* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: Princess Calla and King Gregor count for this in spades. In the grand finale of the series, it is Gregor who [[spoiler: actually kicks Igthorn's butt]].
* ScoobyDoobyDoors
* SecretKeeper: Cavin and, later, Calla.
** Still later, we also get Cavin's grandfather, Sir Gowan (from whom Cavin received the Gummi medallion).
* SheCleansUpNicely: Calla proves this on several occasions.
* SheIsAllGrownUp: Happens to Sunni in the space of one episode, due to a RapidAging {{Phlebotinum}}. Unfortunately, the aging doesn't ''stop'' at "filled out"...
* ShorterMeansSmarter: The Gummis are both considerably smaller and considerably smarter than most of their opponents (though not their human friends and allies).
** Toadwart, who is extremely short for an ogre, also happens to be the smartest of them. Mind you, that isn't saying much.
* ShoutOut: The show has a ''lot'' of references to other Disney works.
** You can see a Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck statue on one of the sculptor's shelves in "The Sinister Sculptor."
** Princess Calla wears a dress very similar to Snow White's.
** In "Queen Of The Carpies" the Carpie King says "you bet your bear necessities."
** In "Sweet and Sour Gruffi", Grammi sarcastically calls Gruffi [[WesternAnimation/RockyandBullwinkle "Mr. Know-it-All"]] and later on exclaims [[CatchPhrase "Hokey Smoke!"]]. Since this is one of the episodes where Bill Scott voices Gruffi, this doubles as a CastingGag.
** One episode has a dimwitted thief saying "[[WesternAnimation/SylvesterTheCatAndTweetyBird I taw I taw]] a Gummi Bear".
* SiblingYinYang: Sir Victor fights for good while his brother Duke Igthorn fights for evil.
* SixthRanger: Well, seventh: Gusto.
* SmoochOfVictory: Cavin gets one from [[ShipTease Calla]] at the end of "Ogre For A Day."
* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''WesternAnimation/TheBlackCauldron'' (the Disney film, not the book).
* SpoiledBrat: Princess Marie.
* {{Spoonerism}}: Zummi megularly rakes these. Bit of a problem when he needs to use magic with {{Exact Word|s}}ing.
* SugarBowl: Somewhat less than you'd think for a show ''named'' after a candy.
* SuperHeroEpisode: Cubbi's stories as the [[ColorCharacter Crimson Avenger.]]
* SuperSerum: Gummiberry Juice which makes the Gummis bounce and gives humans and ogres a few minutes of super strength. Not to mention it's also good as motor fuel for Gummi machines.
* SwanBoats: Our gummi bears had a roller coaster-like transportation system with cars that normally were shaped like birds of prey. However, when they journey to a lost city, the cars there are shaped like swans.
* TakenForGranite: The unnamed villain in "The Sinister Sculptor" poses as a sculptor selling his art, but actually has no talent whatsoever, using magic dust that he ''stole'' from a wizard to turn forest animals (and the Gummis) to stone.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: Gad and Zook.
* TickleTorture: Igthorn does it to Grammi in one episode.
* TitleThemeTune: Although it's a milder example than subsequent Disney animated shows.
* TokenHuman: Cavin and Calla.
* TookALevelInBadass:
** Cubbi when he becomes the Crimson Avenger.
** Anyone who drinks Gummiberry juice.
* TooDumbToLive:
** Sir Thornberry on the Gummi Bears' side.
** Gusto, sometimes.
** All the ogres, except Toadie.
** Actually, Toadie too, sometimes, like the time he stole a whole keg of Gummiberry Juice and then drank the ''whole keg'' at once, with rather ''explosive'' results.
* VanishingVillage: Castle Gummadoon. Gummadoon's wizards cast a spell over the whole castle to stop humans from capturing it and taking Gummi technology for themselves. To everyone outside, it's vanished and only reappears for one day every hundred years; to everyone inside, one night has passed. Presumably they'll lift the spell when they think humans have changed.
* WaveMotionGun:
** The Gummiscope. Although its real purpose is as a giant solar powered messaging machine, it can be used as as a massive energy cannon if there is enough solar energy to power it.
** By contrast, the Great Horn of Ursalia is definitely a WeaponOfMassDestruction.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: While the Barbics' hatred and distrust of humanity is far from unjustified, their desire to destroy all of it puts them at odds with the Glen Gummis in "Return to Ursalia."
* WhamEpisode: The final two parter; [[spoiler:Igthorn leaves the kingdom and after months of nothing happening, Zummi sends a message to the Great Gummis, announcing that the kingdom is finally safe and ready for their return. Then Igthorn suddenly returns, more terrible than ever, and quickly succeeds at completely destroying Gummi Glen, capturing the Gummis and stealing the secret of the Gummi Berry Juice from them, and immediately leading his army of super powerful ogres against Dunwyn castle, demolishing its defenses and crowning himself as the new king. All of this is just ''one'' episode. Sure, everything turns out all right in the end, but still.]]
* WhenTreesAttack
* WholeCostumeReference: In one episode, Calla wears a dress identical to Snow White's iconic dress.
* WholePlotReference: "[[Film/TheBridgeOnTheRiverKwai Bridge On the River Gummi]]"
* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Zummi is deathly afraid of heights.
* YouDontWantToCatchThis: Gummioleosis, when Cubbi and Gusto are captured by the ogres.
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