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The end of Playhouse Disney Live at WDW

PHDGrady

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I registered in this forum specifically to reply to this thread.

Bear, and his Big Blue House, have been a HUGE part of my life for the last 5 years. I had the honor of performing with him on a daily basis at Disney's California Adventure for years. Better still, I got to close the show with him out there. As far as I know, I was the last person on stage with Bear.

I do the current Playhouse Disney show, with the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. It. Is. Not. The. Same. I, along with my fellow puppeteers, miss Bear on a daily basis. The joke backstage is that it's ALWAYS "too soon." And we always pause when we find orange fur on someone's clothes (cause that stuff never goes away! It's a badge of honor!)

Anyway. I just thought I'd share in the love that we all have for Bear =) All the best, everyone!
 

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It's good to see that you guys out there miss him as much as we do here in FL... :smile: Question... does Bear still hang around there? Y'know, just in case...?
 

muppet baby

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I registered in this forum specifically to reply to this thread.

Bear, and his Big Blue House, have been a HUGE part of my life for the last 5 years. I had the honor of performing with him on a daily basis at Disney's California Adventure for years. Better still, I got to close the show with him out there. As far as I know, I was the last person on stage with Bear.

I do the current Playhouse Disney show, with the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. It. Is. Not. The. Same. I, along with my fellow puppeteers, miss Bear on a daily basis. The joke backstage is that it's ALWAYS "too soon." And we always pause when we find orange fur on someone's clothes (cause that stuff never goes away! It's a badge of honor!)

Anyway. I just thought I'd share in the love that we all have for Bear =) All the best, everyone![/quote

Wow thanks so much for replying to this thread , i really miss the show to i did not get to see much of it but i am planing on geting some of the eposides on DVD to catch up .

This show was a good , henson production i am so glad that it was made you shared a wonderful memerory .
 

Elmo The Second

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Wow I love bear in the big blue house. My favorite was always Treelo! He or she [i have no idea] was so funny
 

PHDGrady

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Does anyone have a good site to post a large video file on? As a youtube sort of thing? I have the video of the final PHD in California. I also have some bear-cam footage, though not sure if that's kosher to post =) I'd love to share it with you! I'll have to find out the file size and let you know. It's big... high quality and all 22 minutes.
 

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I'd Love to see both of those videos. Would you be opposed to breaking it up into shorter bits on youtube? or is it also to large of a file for that?
 

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Man do I miss this show. This was my favorite back at MGM studios. I wish bear could still be in the disney parks in some form( ride, show, etc).
 
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