The Country Bears
The Country Bears is a 2002 American family musical film, directed by Peter Hastings, produced by Walt Disney Pictures, and based on the Disney attraction Country Bear Jamboree. It was released on July 26, 2002.
- Officer Hamm: Give me a description of the child?
- Dex: Oh! He has brown hair; ALL OVER HIS BODY!
- Dex: [holding up a baby picture] This is my baby picture, [holds up another picture of a park ranger holding a bear] and this is yours.
[coming out of the car wash, Officer Hamm's hair looks like doo-wop style hair]
- Officer Cheets: Your hair looks ridiculous.
[Officer Cheets turns to find that his hair is longer]
- Officer Hamm: My hair?
- Officer Hamm: Have you seen this boy?
[holds up a picture of Beary]
- Big Al: Yep, only in real life he's a lot bigger, and not all teeny and flat like that!
- Reed Thimple: [after destroying a model of Country Bear Hall] Oh no, Country Bear Hall has been crushed!
- Reed Thimple: Do you like the sound of crunching wood? I do.
- Beary Barrington: What's that?
- Big Al: That there's a sign.
- Reed Thimple: What is that?
- Big Al: A sign.
- Officer Cheets: What is that?
- Big Al: [throws hammer down] That's a SIGN!
- Henry: Get the band back together?
- Big Al: You could do that.
- Henry: For a show, you need equipment, and tickets, and *people*, and everything.
- Big Al: I could do that.
- Henry: Oh, Al. Let's face it, in a week, some teenager's gonna be teaching us how to operate a deep-fryer.
- Big Al: We could do that.
- Big Al: I'm chubby... but I'm quick!
- Reed Thimple: This is not over! Bears!
- Christopher Walken as Reed Thimple
- Michael Lawrence Morgan as Young Benny Bogswaggle
- Diedrich Bader as Officer Cheets
- Daryl Mitchell as Officer Hamm
- M.C. Gainey as Roadie
- Stephen Tobolowsky as Mr. Barrington
- Meagen Fay as Mrs. Barrington
- Eli Marienthal as Dexter Barrington
- Alex Rocco as Rip Holland
- Jennifer Paige as Waitress
- Jess Harnell as Long-Haired Dude
- Paul Rugg as TV Reporter
- Krystal as Herself
- Don Henley as Himself
- John Hiatt as Himself
- Elton John as Himself
- Queen Latifah as Herself and "Cha Cha"
- Willie Nelson as Himself
- Bonnie Raitt as Herself
- Brian Setzer as Himself
- Don Was as Himself
- Xzibit as Himself
- Haley Joel Osment as Beary Barrington
- Elizabeth Daily as Beary Barrington (singing voice)
- Diedrich Bader as Ted Bedderhead
- John Hiatt as Ted Bedderhead (singing voice)
- Candy Ford as Trixie St. Claire
- Bonnie Raitt as Trixie St. Claire (singing voice)
- Toby Huss as Tennessee O'Neal
- Don Henley as Tennessee O'Neal (singing voice)
- James Gammon as Big Al
- Brad Garrett as Fred Bedderhead
- Kevin Michael Richardson as Henry Dixon Taylor
- Stephen Root as Zeb Zoober
- John Alexander as Big Al (suit performer)
- Julianne Buescher as Tennessee O'Neal (puppeteer)
- Alice Dinnean as Beary Barrington (puppeteer)
- Tom Fisher as Henry Dixon Taylor (suit performer)
- Terri Hardin as Trixie St. Claire (puppeteer), Big Al (puppeteer)
- John Kennedy as Zeb Zoober (puppeteer)
- Bruce Lanoil as Henry Dixon Taylor (puppeteer)
- Jody St. Michael as Tenessee O'Neal (suit performer)
- Denise Cheshire as Trixie St. Claire (suit performer)
- Tony Sabin Prince as Zeb Zoober (suit performer)
- Brian La Rosa as Ted Bedderhead (suit performer)
- Misty Rosas as Beary Barrington (suit performer)
- Kaepan Shaw as Fred Bedderhead (suit performer)
- Michelan Sisti as Ted Bedderhead (puppeteer)
- Allan Trautman as Fred Bedderhead (puppeteer)