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The Humphrey cartoons have been aptly described as "belly-laugh" shorts by Leonard Maltin, as they feature a broader, wilder style of comedy than the usually cute or coy gags typically associated with the Classic Disney Shorts.
Not to be confused with the star of the Australian children's show Here's Humphrey.
Hold That Pose (Goofy cartoon)
Grin and Bear It
Hooked Bear (One of only two shorts in his own series)
In the Bag (One of only two shorts in his own series)
Donald's Grizzly Guest
Donald's Fish Fry
Hot Tub Humphrey
Survival of the Woodchucks
Media Featuring Humphrey:
- The Mickey Mouse Club
- Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers
- Goof Troop
- Mickey Mouse Works / House of Mouse
- Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Cameo appearance in one episode)
Tropes That Apply to Humphrey:
- Beary Funny
- Big Eater: When he can get food, that is.
- Catch Phrase: A very distinctive "heh".
- Everything's Worse with Bears: Well, sort of. Humphrey may make life harder for those around him, but he's a pest rather than an actual threat.
- Expy: Not Humphrey himself, but when Humphrey's creator Jack Hannah left Disney for Walter Lantz, he created a new character named Fatso Bear, who was more or less identical to Humphrey.
- The Golden Age of Animation
- Wrong Type of Mammal Mammaries: Rare male example.
- The Unintelligible: Humphrey's speech consists of grunts, mumbles, and whines.