The Little Bear Movie is a film based on the television series Little Bear, which in turn is based on the book of the same name which was written by Else Holmelund Minarik and illustrated by Maurice Sendak, and produced by Nelvana Limited for Paramount Pictures. The film was released direct-to-video on August 7, 2001 by Paramount Home Video. It also marked the end of the series.
- Little Bear: Come on, slowpoke! We're going to be late! Whoa!
- Father Bear: [muffled, through a sandwich in his mouth] Pudding hill.
- Father Bear: - Pudding Hill will still be there, Little Bear!
- Little Bear: But I want to be there, too.
- Mother Bear: [accepting a hug from Little Bear] Oh my goodness, you are getting so big!
- Little Bear: But not too big, right?
- Mother Bear: Never too big. You will always be my Little Bear.
- Little Bear (voiced by Kristin Fairlie)
- Mother Bear (voiced by Janet Laine-Green)
- Owl (voiced by Amos Crawley)
- Duck (voiced by Tracy Ryan)
- Hen (voiced by Elizabeth Hanna)
- Cat (voiced by Andrew Sabiston)
- Father Bear (voiced by Dan Hennessey)
- Moose (voiced by Ray Landry)
- Cub (voiced by Kyle Fairlie)
- Trouble (voiced by Wayne Best)
- Little Moose (voiced by Max Morrow)
- Mother Moose (voiced by Catherine Disher)
- Poppy and Pete (voiced by Cole Caplan and Asa Perlman)
- Cub's Father (voiced by Maurice Dean Wint)
- Cub's Mother (voiced by Alison Sealy Smith)