The Bear Band Serenade (with the Five Bear Rugs, Original Show)
The Fractured Folk Song (with Wendell, first version)
Mama Don’t Whip Little Buford (with Wendell, Original Show)
Davy Crockett (with Sammy, Original Show)
Ole Slew Foot (entire cast, Original Show)
Come Again (with Sammy, Melvin, Buff, and Max, Original Show )
The Great Outdoors (with The 5 Bear Rugs, Vacation Hoedown)
Singin' In the Rain (with Teddi Barra, Vacation Hoedown)
Thank God I'm a Country Bear (with entire cast, Vacation Hoedown)
It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas (Christmas Special)
Tracks in the Snow (with The 5 Bear Rugs, Christmas Special)
The Christmas Song (with Teddi Barra, Christmas Special)
Let It Snow/Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer/Winter Wonderland (entire cast except Ernest and Trixie as she is on the opposite side of the performing Henry and Ernest is opposite Big Al's stage, Christmas Special )
More About Henry
Iconic, calm, cool and collected, Henry is our lovable Master of Ceremonies. He introduces, narrates, keeps the gang in line and joins in on some of the musical numbers.
It’s a little known fact that prior to breaking into show-biz, Henry was a famous football player. In the original version of the show, Henry is dressed in his classy top hat and bow tie. He opens the show and introduces all of the other bears. He performs a duet with Wendell and begins to perform “Davy Crocket” with Sammy at the end, before being interrupted by Big Al. The ever professional Henry takes this in stride however, calling for the gang to help him out, and ending with a laugh while proclaiming they are “one big happy family”.
In the Vacation Hoedown, Henry does not open the show as he does in the other two versions. The Five Bear Rugs begin singing and Henry joins in with an introduction mid-song wearing his old “Camp Grizzly” T-shirt which is comically small on him. Later in Vacation Hoedown, Henry duets with Teddi Barra, shamelessly flirting with her which seems to confirm the relationship insinuated in the original show. Henry leads the gang in a finale of “Thank God I’m A Country Bear” while he performs with a tap-dancing skunk named Randy on his head.
In the Christmas Special, Henry is dressed in Dickens Style holiday attire. Sammy the racoon does not join in the finale, but pops up at the very end to say goodbye to the audience.
Behind the Bear
Henry is voiced by legenday voice actor, Peter (Pete) Renaday.