Mama Don't Whip Little Buford (Original Show)
Ole Slew Foot (with entire cast, Original Show)
On the Road Again (Vacation Hoedown)
Thank God I'm a Country Bear (with entire cast, Vacation Hoedown)
Twelve Days of Christmas (Oh, What a Christmas) (Christmas Special)
Let It Snow/Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer/Winter Wonderland (with entire cast, Christmas Special)
More About Wendell
Wendell is known for his buck teeth, bowler hat and short stature. Wendell performs a duet with Henry called “Mama, Don't Whip Little Bufford”. In the original version of the show he and Henry also sing a duet called “Fractured Folk Song”, before which, Wendell scolds Henry for not joining him in a timely fashion. The banter and song were cut from the most recent version.
He is clearly the most mischievous of all of the bears and is reprimanded in vacation hoedown for taking flash photography, and again in the Christmas Special for carrying a squirrel gun, which he claims is empty but ends up firing. In Vacation Hoedown, Wendell Sings “On the Road Again” with illustrated slides (the kind we see behind the Sunbonnets) showing a humorous version of his roadtrip.
Behind the Bear
Wendell was voiced by Bill Cole In the Vacation Hoedown and Christmas Special, he is voiced by Dave Durham