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The end of Playhouse Disney Live at WDW

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Well i give the information like it should be given...
 

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In fitting tribute to Bear & the Woodland Valley gang, I hearby gather the cast around for a final send-off:

The moon
The bear
And the big blue house
Will be waiting for you
To come and play
To come and play
To come and play
Goodbye now
 

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nice send off. I'm sure the otters and treelo love it... lOL
 

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sadly it was only cast members who really saw it.. the people in the audience really had no idea it was the end of something so great...
 

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sadly it was only cast members who really saw it.. the people in the audience really had no idea it was the end of something so great...
People are sadly becoming more ignorant, it seems.
 

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So is the Bear franchise, for all intensive purposes completely dead?

RIP Bear
1997-2007
 

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It's sad to say that it's true. When Bear left a lot of the soul of the show at Studios went with it. The Bear franchise slowly stopped during the end of the live show run.. But people and kids even still know who Bear is! Funny, huh? He lives on through DVDs etc... I'm not quite sure if he'll be back... Such a great show and a true classic now..
 
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