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Trivia / Adventures of the Gummi Bears

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  • Canon Welding: The 2017 DuckTales series establishes that Gummi Bears took place at some point during DuckTales' past.
  • Channel Hop: The show was on NBC from 1985 to 1989, then switched to ABC from 1989 to 1990; the season on ABC saw it paired up with The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh as the Gummi Bears/Winnie-The-Pooh Hour. And a year earlier, it had debuted in syndication as part of the first season of The Disney Afternoon, lasting on that block until 1991.
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  • The Danza: Princess Marie is voiced in the Mexican Spanish dub by Maria Fernanda Morales (Marie is the French form of the Spanish name Maria)
  • Keep Circulating the Tapes: Only the first three seasons (a total of 29 episodes) were released on DVD in the United States. However, the rest of the series was released across 7 DVD volumes in Australia. As of 2019, the entire series is available on Disney+.
  • Name's the Same: Cubbi's alter ego is the Crimson Avenger, who is also a masked vigilante in DC Comics.
  • The Other Darrin:
    • Bill Scott was the original voice of Gruffy, Toady, and Sir Tuxford. After he passed away, Corey Burton voiced Gruffi and Toady for the rest of the series.
    • Roger C. Carmel voiced Sir Tuxford in Season 2, while Brian Cummings voiced him starting in Season 3.
    • Paul Winchell left the series after Season Five, so Jim Cummings took over as the voice of Zummi.
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    • Also, the voice artist for Cavin has changed regularly during the course of the show's run as the artist in question grew up and his voice broke and had to be replaced. In this case, Christian Jacobs first voiced Cavin during season 1, then Brett Johnson did the honors in season 2, followed by David Faustino in season 3, then Jason Marsden in seasons 4 and 5, and finally R.J. Williams in season 6.
  • Talking to Himself: All the way in the Mexican Spanish dub, especially between Sunni and Calla, who are very good friends, albeit it's not too notable because all the voice actors managed to sound too different between each character.
    • In the Japanese dub Masashi Ebara voiced both Gusto and Toadie.
    • And in the normal version, Michael Rye was both Igthorn & Gregor, so a lot of episodes have him yelling at himself. Ditto with Gad & Zook who often converse with each other, as Will Ryan voiced both.
    • In the Norwegian dub, "Marvin" (Zummi), "Gruffi", "Gumle" and Paddvart are all voice by the Uncle of Children's TVnote , Harald Mæle, though its helped by him being a Man of A Thousand Voices.
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  • What Could Have Been: According to the creative team, if the show had continued for another season, new gummi bears from across the sea would've been introduced.
  • The Wiki Rule: The Adventures of the Gummi Bears Wiki.


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