Top 10 Disney Bears


The Top Ten

1 Winnie the Pooh (Winnie the Pooh) Winnie the Pooh (Winnie the Pooh) Winnie the Pooh is a character based on A. A. Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh stories. The Disney media franchise commenced in 1966 with the theatrical release of the short Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree.

I may be a huge Splash Mountain fan and I do like Br'er Bear a lot, but I've got to give the #1 spot to none other than Winnie the Pooh! He's just so innocent and lovable, not to mention iconic. He's nearly as big of a Disney icon as Mickey himself and for good reason. Just looking at him makes me feel all warm and like a kid again, and he did have a fairly strong presence in my childhood. I'm sure the same can be said for many other people as well. Overall, he's just an adorable classic character that is nearly impossible to hate and is definitely deserving of the top spot. - SplashMoun10

He is a symbol of nostalgia, he's sweet and kind, and he's just really cute. He also has an awesome origin on his name and such. - RaccoonCartoon

2 Baloo (Jungle Book) Baloo (Jungle Book)

Another character that I have strong childhood memories of. Who doesn't love "The Bare Necessities? " I do have to say that I prefer the cartoon version of him, but the new one isn't bad at all, just different, though his personality is pretty much the same. I will admit though that hearing the songs in the new movie did give me a kick of nostalgia. In both versions, Baloo is a laid-back and humorous companion who gives good advice to Mowgli and is always looking out for him. He's definitely the kind of character you'd want to be friends with. Also, you've just got to love Phil Harris' voice in the original. - SplashMoun10

3 Br'er Bear (Song of the South) Br'er Bear (Song of the South)

What can I say, I'm a sucker for Splash. Though most haven't seen Song of the South, people can still get a glimpse of the Br'ers and their personalities through the popular Disney ride, Splash Mountain. Br'er Bear is of course Br'er Fox's dimwitted sidekick, and while he is a prime example of the incompetent villain sidekick trope (Br'er Fox really doesn't need him at all, as a matter of fact he ruins literally everything for him), he's probably one of the best of that trope. Though I think all three are funny, he's definitely the comic relief character, as can be seen in Splash Mountain, what with his bear butt and all. What the ride doesn't show though is his angry side, and though he usually comes off as gentle and friendly, if you make him mad, he gets almost scarily aggressive, which I find pretty humorous. Overall, I really like this guy and I wish he and the other two were more well-known and popular. - SplashMoun10

4 Lotso Huggin' Bear (Toy Story 3) Lotso Huggin' Bear (Toy Story 3)

Well, he DID turn out to be evil, but he's still cute. - RaccoonCartoon

5 Kenai (Brother Bear) Kenai (Brother Bear)

Kenai? Oh No! He's not the best bear. He was born as human and Native Alaskan American Inupiat hunter before turned into an Kodiak Bear.

6 Koda (Brother Bear) Koda (Brother Bear)
7 Mor'du (Brave) Mor'du (Brave)
8 Bongo (Fun and Fancy Free) Bongo (Fun and Fancy Free)
9 Lulubelle (Fun and Fancy Free) Lulubelle (Fun and Fancy Free)
10 Big Al (Country Bear Jamboree) Big Al (Country Bear Jamboree)

The Contenders

11 Lumpjaw (Fun and Fancy Free) Lumpjaw (Fun and Fancy Free)
12 Queen Elinor (Brave) Queen Elinor (Brave)
13 Kevin (Zootopia)
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Top Remixes

1. Winnie the Pooh (Winnie the Pooh)
2. Baloo (Jungle Book)
3. Koda (Brother Bear)
1. Winnie the Pooh (Winnie the Pooh)
2. Br'er Bear (Song of the South)
3. Baloo (Jungle Book)


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