Too-Tall Grizzly
Too-Tall Grizzly






Two-Ton Grizzly (father)
Too-Too Grizzly (mother)
Too-Much Grizzly (sister)

Voice Actor(s)

Brian Cummings (1985)
Gage Knox (2003)


Too-Tall is a recurring antagonist in the books and the main antagonist of the 2003 series, and the school bully. A head taller than all of the kids though nonetheless the same age as those in his class, Too-Tall and his gang abuse the less popular bears and harass new kids. His first appearance was in the book "Papa's Pizza" in 1978. He appeared in both the 1985 cartoon, and the 2003 cartoon, as well as some of the books. Queenie McBear is his on-and-off girlfriend.

In the 1985 cartoon, Too-Tall is shown to be snide, loud-mouthed, mischevious, and obnoxious as a bully. Like in the books, he is bigger than the other cubs in his class, though still the same age. This time though, Too-Tall is drastically taller than portrayed in the books and leads an entirely different gang. He is also much less frequently acknowledged as an antagonist and will sometimes be willing to fix his mistakes, and can sometimes laugh at himself.

In the 2003 cartoon, Too-Tall's appearance, outfit, and gang of friends is the same as in the book (although the unnamed gang member is absent and Vinnie is only seen occasionally with no lines). Too-Tall's personality is also more ironical, but still at times sarcastic, mischevious, and sardonic. He is sometimes shown to be friends with the protagonists, and will sometimes apologize for his behavior.


(2003 cartoon and books)Purple cap, long sleeved shirt with yellow and red stripes, gray pants. (1985 cartoon) Light purple cap and pants, pale yellow shirt, large belly sticking out from under it.

Too-Tall Gang

Main article: The Too-Tall Gang

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