Song of the South , Who Framed Roger Rabbit The Santa Clause, The Lion King 1 1/2
House of Mouse, Bonkers, DuckTales
Funny, silly, foolish, big-hearted, respectful, polite, even-tempered, rational, brainy, extroverted, affectionate, relaxed, bold, realistic, powerful, earnest, righteous, benevolent, empathetic, attentive and reliable
Large and chubby, brown fur, blue sweater, red hat
To eat Br'er Rabbit(all failed)
Br'er Rabbit (occasionally)
Powers and abilities
Got chased away by bees with Brer Fox ~Song Of The South Caught by alligators ~Splash Mountain
"Let's just knock his head clean off!"
Br'er Bear is the secondary antagonist in the animated sequences of the 1946 Disney film Song of the South. He is voiced by Nick Stewart. He tries to kill Br'er Rabbit and eat him. He is Br'er Fox's sidekick and companion. He made a cameo appearance in Who Framed Roger Rabbit when he was walking to the L.A. movie studio with the Dodo from Porky in Wackyland.
Br'er Bear is often Mistaken by fans for
Nick Stewart, Br'er Bear's voice actor, another character from Song of the South
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