Beezy Bear

Beezy Bear
Donald Duck series
Directed by Jack Hannah
Produced by Walt Disney
Story by David Detiege
Al Bertino
Voices by Clarence Nash
James MacDonald
Bill Thompson
Music by Oliver Wallace
Animation by Bob Carlson
Al Coe
Volus Jones
Bill Justice
Dan MacManus (effects)
Layouts by Yale Gracey
Backgrounds by Brice Mack
Studio Walt Disney Productions
Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures
Release date(s)
  • September 2, 1955 (1955-09-02)


Color process Technicolor
Running time 7 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Preceded by Bearly Asleep
Followed by Up a Tree

Beezy Bear is a Disney animated short featuring Donald Duck, who appears as a beekeeper. This is Humphrey the Bear's fifth appearance. The cartoon portrays Humphrey as a honey-stealing bear.


While beekeeper Donald is working one morning, he catches Humphrey the bear raiding his hives in an attempt to steal some of the honey. The bees then chase Humphrey, forcing him to hide underwater in a nearby pond.

Donald complains to Ranger Woodlore, who assembles his bears and informs them of Donald's predicament. Told that someone is stealing Mr. Duck's honey, the entire group expresses mock outrage. Humphrey, who is the last bear to arrive, is still dripping from being in the pond. When Woodlore asks him why he is always wet, and he responds by making body-washing gestures, Woodlore tells him that he bathes too much.

The Ranger then shows the bears the property boundary line between their park and Donald's honey farm. Donald puts up a barbed wire fence to keep the bears out, but this doesn't stop Humphrey, who uses a sign to prop it up. After failing twice to outsmart the bees, Humphrey uses a hose to try to obtain the honey, but accidentally picks up a bucket of water, which squirts in his face and catapults, him, Donald and Woodlore into the pond, after which Woodlore hits him on the head and says, "You take too many baths!"

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