Humphrey the bear is a very underrated character
in the Disney universe. He can be found in the films 'Mickey's House
of Villains' and 'Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House
of Mouse.' In television shows he can be found in 'House of Mouse,'
'Goof Troop,' 'Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,' 'Mickey Mouse Club,' 'Chip
'n Dale Rescue Rangers,' 'A Poem Is,' and 'Minnie's Bow-Toons.' He
can also be found in the video games, Donald Duck: Goin' Quackers!,
and Epic Mickey. In other merchandise he can be found in pins,
clothing, Disney art, toys, books, and vinlymations.
He makes his home in the Brownstone National Park.
His friends include Chip, Dale, Monterey Jack, Zipper, Goofy, Max,
Gadget, the rest of the Brownstone National Park bears, and the rest
of the good Disney characters. He also has a love hate relationship
with Donald Duck, and J. Audubon Woodlore. His enemies include Pete,
Louie the Mountain Lion, and the rest of the evil Disney villains.
Humphrey is a large overweight bear that has brown
fear, large black eyebrows, black claws, a black nose, and black
eyes. He is very funny, mischievous, and nervous. He first appeared
in the 1950 short, 'Hold That Pose.'
*FUN FACT* Humphrey the Bear had a heart shaped
nose in four television shows which were 'Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,'
'Minnie's Bow-Toons,' 'Mickey Mouse Works,' and 'House of Mouse.'
He was created by Walt Disney himself. He has been
voiced by a few people over the years such as James MacDonald, Frank
Welker, and Jim Cummings.
Humphrey can't be found as a meet and greet
character at Disney parks, but he can be found in reference form in
Disney's Wilderness Lodge, in Animal Kingdom, and the Magic Kingdom.
He also can be seen in Redwood Creek Challenge Trail in Disney