THE CARE BEARS II: A NEW GENERATION (Theatrical Release USA 1986)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.5|5.0 Starsììì

The Care Bears II: A New Generation—not the most outstanding of presentations—becomes a necessary part of the childhood experience because it instills in children the message that caring is one of the best ways to make the world a better place. Care Bear books and movies build a better next generation. On that note alone, the movie is worth watching and worth adding to a home video library for re-watching through a young child’s movie watching years.

Storyline

The Care Bears need to rescue an orphan girl from the power of Dark Heart.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Dale Schott for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers John Bohach, Jack Chojnacki, Harvey Levin, Carole MacGillvray, and Paul Pressler for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Dark Heart/The Boy (voice of Hadley Kay), Great Wishing Star (voice of Chris Wiggins), Christy (voice of Cree Summer), Dawn (voice of Alyson Court), John (voice of Michael Fantini), Champ Champ (voice of Sunny Besen Thrasher), True Heart Bear (voice of Maxine Miller), Noble Heart Horse (voice of Pam Hyatt), Brave Heart Lion (voice of Dan Hennessey), Tender Heart Bear (voice of Billie Mae Richards), Friend Bear (voice of Eva Almos), Grumpy Bear (voice of Bob Dermer), Share Bear/Funshine Bear (voice of Patricia Black), Harmony Bear (voice of Nonnie Griffin), and Bright Heart Raccoon (voice of Jim Henshaw).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. This is a sweetly presented message movie fashioned for the very young child. The film asks children to care about the people in their world.

Ben Meyers

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