The Berenstain bears forget their manners [videorecording] : plus three more Berenstain bears stories / [stories by] Stan and Jan Berenstain ; produced & directed by Buzz Potamkin ; developed for television by Joe Cates ; Taft-Hardie Group Pty. Ltd. ; produced in association with Cates Films, Inc. ; a Southern Star/Hanna Barbera Australia production.
[New York, N.Y.] : Random House Home Video ; Murray, Utah : Distributed by Feature Films for Families, [1989?].
Based on the First time books of the same name by Stan and Jan Berenstain, published by Random House.
Videocassette release of the c1985 and c1986 animated features.
Parent's guide printed on container.
Berenstain bears forget their manners / teleplay by Rowby Goren -- Berenstain bears and the truth ; Bernestain bears in the dark ; Berenstain bears and too much birthday / teleplay by Stan and Jan Bernstain.
Music composer and conductor, Elliot Lawrence.
Mama Bear takes her ill-mannered family in hand with the Bear family politeness plan. The cubs soon learn that politeness can come naturally, but for Papa Bear the lesson takes a little longer. Then Brother and Sister learn that breaking Mama Bear's trust in them is worse than breaking her favorite lamp. When Brother Bear reads a scary story to Sister, she can't fall asleep in the dark. Papa helps sister conquer this common fear by giving her his own childhood night-light and reassuring talk about taking charge of your imagination. Lastly, is there really such a thing as too much birthday? Papa Bear and the cubs discover the answer as Sister celebrates her sixth birthday.