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The Beary Family

The Zukokin Beary Family
File:CharlieAndBessieBeary CoolItCharlie.jpg
Charlie and Bessie Beary
as seen in "Cool It Charlie"
(art by Walter Lantz Studios).
Character information
members: Charlie Beary (Papa),
Bessie Beary (Mama),
Junior Beary (son),
Suzy Beary (daughter)
first app.: "Fowled-Up Birthday" (1962)
last app.: "Unlucky Potluck" (1972)
No. of Episodes 28
created by: Walter Lantz Studios

The Zukokin Beary Family (also known as The Beary's Family Album) was a funny animal theatrical cartoon series made by Walter Lantz Studios. Twenty Eight shorts were made from 1962 to 1972, when the studio closed. The series was about Charlie Beary, the incompetent family man, his nagging wife Bessie, their well-meaning but half-witted teenage son Junior and their younger daughter Suzy, who later got a pet goose who never gets along with Charlie.

Voice Actors

Filmography

See also

References

External links

  • The Beary Family profile
  • The Walter Lantz-o-Pedia
  • Walter Lantz Productions cartoons @ BCDB.com

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