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Fictional Bears


  1. Created in 1985 by BBC graphic designer Joanna Lane, can you name the bear that fronts the Children in Need appeal?
  2. Created in 1948 by Dudley D. Watkins, Biffo the Bear features in which comic?
  3. Which brand was marketed in the 1980s with the slogan "Follow the Bear"?
  4. Which comedian is Kermit the Frog's best friend?
  5. Which bear character was created by American author Walt Morey in a 1965 children's novel about the friendship between a large male bear and a boy named Mark?

  6. Boo-Boo Bear only wears a blue what?
  7. Which company's 2013 advert featured a hare buying her bear friend an alarm clock so he’d wake up from hibernation in time for Christmas?
  8. Rupert the Bear was created by artist Mary Tourtel and first appeared in which newspaper in 1920?
  9. Which fictional bear was named after the Hindi word for bear?
  10. What colour duffle coat does Mrs. Brown buy Paddington?
  11. Winnie-the-Pooh was created by AA Milne in the 1920s to amuse his son. What was his son's name?
  12. Name the bear who was a key character on the children’s TV series Rainbow?
  13. Iorek Byrnison is a species of giant polar bear in which book series?
  14. First aired on Watch with Mother in 1973, which bear's theme song featured the line "never call me Jack or James"?
  15. Who is the girlfriend of Yogi Bear?
  16. Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear or Lotso, was a pink teddy bear who was the main antagonist in which film?


  1. Pudsey Bear
  2. The Beano
  3. Hofmeister Lager
  4. Fozzie Bear
  5. Gentle Ben
  6. Bow tie
  7. John Lewis
  8. Daily Express
  9. Baloo (in Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book. And "bhalu" is the Hindi word for bear)
  10. Blue
  11. Christopher Robin Milne
  12. Bungle
  13. His Dark Materials (by Philip Pullman)
  14. Barnaby the Bear (the song starts: "Barnaby the Bear's my name, never call me Jack or James")
  15. Cindy Bear
  16. Toy Story 3