FANDOM


Meet Little Bear
Maurice Sendak's Little Bear, Meet Little Bear (VHS, 1997)

Release Date

3/11/1997

Type

VHS tape

Episodes Featured

What Will Little Bear Wear?
Hide and Seek
Little Bear Goes to the Moon
Gone Fishing

Next Video

Family Tales

Meet Little Bear is a Little Bear VHS tape featuring four episodes from its 1st season.

Episodes Featured

Contents

  1. Paramount Means Family Entertainment VHS Trailer
  2. Paramount Logo (Still)
  3. Allegra's Window VHS Trailer
  4. Paramount Feature Presentation/FBI Warning
  5. Paramount Home Video Logo
  6. Nick Jr. ID Bumper - Dizzy
  7. Maurice Sendak Special Interview (Little Bear)
  8. Nick Jr. ID Bumper - Trampoline
  9. Face Looks At A Butterfly
  10. Little Bear Theme Songs
  11. What Will Little Bear Wear?
  12. Hide and Seek
  13. Little Bear Goes to the Moon
  14. Gone Fishing
  15. Face Sings A Very, Very Short Goodbye Song
  16. Little Bear Credits
  17. Nelvana Logo (1985)
  18. Nick Jr. Productions Logo (1993) (Catch)
  19. Nickelodeon Top Logo
  20. Paramount Home Video Logo

Face Promos

  1. Face Looks At A Butterfly
  2. Face Sings A Very, Very Short Goodbye Song

Facts

  • This and Family Tales were produced by Nick Jr. and Paramount Pictures on March 11, 1997. But even so, Meet Little Bear is considered to be the very first official Little Bear home video ever (Family Tales is considered to be the second).
  • These episodes from this VHS release were also included as a bonus on the DVD release Feel Better, Little Bear, and as a regular on Winter Tales. The rest are different.
  • This VHS release has a special interview with Maurice Sendak about how Little Bear is made for Nickelodeon.
  • The Face Looks At A Butterfly segment would later be seen on the 2001 VHS of Dora the Explorer: "Wish On a Star" and the Little Bear VHS Summertime Tales.
  • The Face Sings A Very, Very Short Goodbye Song segment would later be seen on the 1997 VHS of Allegra's Window: "Play Along With Allegra & Friends", the 1997 VHS of Gullah Gullah Island: "Dance Along With The Daise Family", the 1998 VHS of Blue's Clues: "Blue's Birthday", and the 1999 VHS of Blue's Clues: "Rhythm and Blue".

Number

  • 44

Printdate

  • March 11, 1997

Gallery

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.