REVIEW – The Berenstain Bears 50th Anniversary DVD Collection

by Valerie, Mom Knows It All

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The Berenstain Bears 50th Anniversary DVD Collection

The Berenstain Bears 50th Anniversary DVD Collection

  • DVD Release Date: November 6, 2012
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Run Time: 165 minutes
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Studio: Phase 4 Films
  • ASIN: B0091G7AJ8

Set in the rolling hills of Bear Country, this animated comedy stars a fun loving family of honey Bears whose love, loyalty and humor allow them to overcome any obstacle that finds its way down to their sunny dirt road. The funny, familiar experiences of this bear family instill timeless life lessons and reflect the traditional community values of country life.

This collection includes three DVDs that each have five episodes.

Bear Country

  • Go Up and Down
  • The Big Election
  • The Giant Mall
  • Showdown at Birder’s Wood
  • That Stump Must Go


  • The Birthday Boy
  • Count Their Blessings
  • Double Dare
  • Trouble with Money
  • Slumber Party

Homework Help

  • Go to School
  • Trouble at School
  • Homework Hassle
  • Jump Rope Contest
  • The In Crowd

I have always liked The Berenstain Bears. They’re cute. Their stories are ones that we can relate to, filled with real feelings and challenges and situations that children face every day. Every story has a positive message behind it. What’s not to like! My youngest enjoys watching it. Aside from the positivity, I like that the show doesn’t “talk down” to children, it puts things on a level that they can understand. This collection was a big hit in our house and is a must have for all Berenstain Bears fans.

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