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What does Bear has in common with the Book of Pooh?

Discussion in 'Bear in the Big Blue House' started by MJTaylor, Jun 23, 2005.

  1. MJTaylor

    MJTaylor Well-Known Member

    Well, not a lot really, aside from the fact that they are both produced by Barking Dog productions and Mitchell Kreigman is involved with both. One major thing they have is that every episode of both seires ends with the same song, which says goodbye.
    Anyone else notice that?
     
  2. MJTaylor

    MJTaylor Well-Known Member

    I made one mistake in the above post. The production company is Shadow Productions. I guess I got confused because Shadow has a shadow of a barking dog for its logo.
     
  3. BEAR

    BEAR Well-Known Member

    Yes, they are both goodbye songs, but not at all the same song. A lot of childrens shows do that too. Mister Rogers and Out of the Box. Sharon, Lois and Bram's Elephant Show had a similar closing theme.
     
  4. MJTaylor

    MJTaylor Well-Known Member

    You didn't quite understand Bear. I didn't mean both shows ended with the same song. I meant that every episode of both programmes ended with the same goodbye song as every other episode. As for the other shows you mention, I never saw them so I had no idea.
     
  5. BEAR

    BEAR Well-Known Member

    Okay, fair enough. Thanks for the clear up :)
     


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