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Birthday Bear is one of the ten original Care Bears who first debuted as a character on American Greeting cards in September 1982. Since then, he has made a number of appearance in various forms of Care Bear-related media, but mostly including the original 1980's series.
He was voiced by Melleny Brown.
He has golden yellow fur and his Belly badge depicts a pink cupcake with a single candle.
Birthday Bear loves birthdays and he loves to party. This much is very clear. And since someone's always having a birthday party somewhere, that means it's never a bad time to break out the cake, streamers, and whistles. If it's your birthday, even if you're alone, you can bet Birthday Bear's gonna be your best friend for the next 24 hours or so, and he'll even bring the favors. He's like an instant celebration - just add you.
The Care Bears Movie
Birthday Bear makes his animated debut in the Care Bears first theatrical film as one of the residents of Care-a-Lot who welcome two children named Kim and Jason to their high-altitude home. However, when the kids, along with Secret Bear and Friend Bear, are accidentally transported to the Forest of Feelings, she joins the crew of the Cloud Clipper to search for them. After re-uniting with their friends and making new allies in the Care Bear Cousins, she is among the team who travels to earth to help stop The Spirit from finishing her spell that will remove all caring from the world.
Care Bears Movie II
The second Care Bear feature film tells the story of how the Care Bear Family, including Share Bear, first came to Care-a-Lot after escaping the clutches of the evil Dark Heart. Some time later, the villain makes another attempt at capturing his furry prey by setting a trap with the help of a girl named Christy.
Care Bears Cousin