Bedtime Bear is one of the ten original Care Bears who originally appeared on American Greetings greeting cards in 1982. Since then, he has appeared in nearly every incarnation of the franchise, from movies to TV series to toys.
He was voiced by Laurie Waller in DIC Version, Gloria Figura in The Care Bears Movie & Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation, Scott McCord in Care Bears: Journey to Joke-a-lot & Big Wish Movie who also voices Brain, Owen, Yang & Dan Kuso, Richard Ian-Cox in Care Bears: Adventures in Care-a-Lot & Care Bears: To The Rescue who also voices Inuyasha & Ranma Saotome, Michael Sinterniklaas in Care Bears: Welcome to Care-a-Lot who also voices Leonardo, Kenji Koiso, Mikey Simon, Jyushimatsu Matsuno, Utakata, Funshine Bear & Cozy Heart Penguin and Harry Chaskin in Care Bears: Unlock the Magic.
He has aqua blue fur and his Belly badge depicts a light blue crescent moon with a yellow star hanging from its top crest. In the Adventures in Care-a-Lot series, Bedtime Bear is usually seen with a sleeping cap and slippers, and patrols the street of Care-a-Lot at night to make sure everyone is getting their required eight hours.
While this perpetually sleepy bear would prefer to be snug in his bed than anywhere else, he has an important job of insuring the restful slumber of children and Care Bears alike. Whether its helping someone overcome a fear of the dark, curing insomnia, or just plain being there, this dozy denizen of the night has made it his duty to make sure everyone gets a good night's rest.
His belly badge gives him the extraordinary ability to freely enter and exit Dreamland and influence dreams directly, meaning nightmares don't stand a chance.
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