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Bear
 Bear for Punishment is a 1950 animated Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon released in 1951, featuring The Three Bears. This was the last cartoon of the Three Bears series. It was directed by Chuck Jones.

The DVD extras for this cartoon include Stan Freberg reminiscing about the cartoon and reciting part of Junior Bear's poem, "My Pa", in the bear's voice; and a clip of Chuck Jones stating that Papa Bear's growling, "I HATE breakfast in bed!" was taken from his own experience as a father when his children would try to serve him on Father's Day.

The march, "Father", performed by Junior and Ma, is a special vocal written to the tune of "Frat", a long-standing Warner cartoon staple. 

PlotEdit

The film begins with the bear family sleeping peacefully at home, when suddenly, the alarms of dozens of alarm clocks located on the Junyer Bear's table begin to sound, causing Pa Bear wakes up completely altered and run to try to turn them off. Junyer excited wakes up and exclaims: - "Oh, boy! At last the great day has come at last! Oh, boy!" -. Henry (Pa Bear) asks how to stop the alarms, to what his child responds making a sign to them for they shut up and they obey. Dad gets angry and stars a clock in the face of his son. Mom replies: - "But, Henry ..." -; Henry shouts: - "Well! What do you Want!?" -; To what Mom says, "It's Father's Day, Dear."

Then mom and baby bear make several activities to please Dad on his day, but getting only cause discomfort and misery, ending with a theatrical presentation in which there are three numbers, of which the latter has a song called Let's Give A Cheer For father. This number ends with the mother and baby Bear dressed as parents of the American homeland (George Washington and Abraham Lincolnrespectively), who have dressed Henry as the Statue of Liberty and end up shooting fireworks, as an allegory of July 4th.

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