Fatso the Bear

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Fatso The Bear
Fatso The Bear (art by Walter Lantz Studios).
Character information
first app.:"Hunger Strife" (1960)
last app.:"The Bear and the Bees" (1961)
created by:Walter Lantz Studios

Fatso The Bear is a Walter Lantz character, who made his first appearance in the cartoon "Hunger Strife", in 1960. His final appearance was in 1961, in "The Bear and the Bees". The bear is essentially a "clone" of Disney's Humphrey the Bear, in terms of physical appearance, gruff voice, and personality. This makes sense, as the character was created by Jack Hannah, who had directed some Donald Duck cartoons at Disney back in the mid-1940s into the 1950s.

List of appearances:

See also[edit]


  1. ^ http://lantz.goldenagecartoons.com/1960.html
  2. ^ "Hunger Strife (Universal Studios)".
  3. ^ "Hunger Strife (Walter Lantz Productions)".
  4. ^ http://lantz.goldenagecartoons.com/1961.html
  5. ^ "Eggnapper (Universal Studios)".
  6. ^ "Eggnapper (Walter Lantz Productions)".
  7. ^ http://lantz.goldenagecartoons.com/1961.html
  8. ^ "The Bears and the Bees (Universal Studios)".

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