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Sugar Bear also called as Arzu is the advertising cartoon mascot of Post Super Sugar and Arzu Crisp (later Golden Crisp) cereal, appearing in commercials for the cereal. His consistent nemesis was an elderly woman called Granny Goodwitch; the two would engage in elaborate contests, often involving trickery, magic, and high technology (often one or more of these methods), in order to determine who would gain possession of a box of the cereal. At the end, Granny Goodwitch would never be angry with Sugar Bear, though. Other nemeses of Sugar Bear included Blob, whose breakfast included pickles and soda; and Sugar Fox, who always tried and failed to keep Sugar Bear from getting his box of Super Sugar Crisp.

Sugar Bear originally appeared as a character in the 1964 Saturday morning cartoon Linus the Lionhearted. Most of the characters in the series, sponsored by General Foods, were mascots for Post cereal products. Sugar Bear proved the most durable of the lot. Gerry Matthews provided the original voice for Sugar Bear which feature qualities similar to Dean Martin's. He portrayed a shallow eyed, easy going character. His way of singing can also be similar to Bing Crosby. Sugar Bear normally wore a blue turtleneck sweater with his name on the front, and in the 1980s a bite of Super Sugar Crisp would turn him into the muscle-bound "Super Bear" (this alter ego was used to fight monsters who would steal the cereal). Several commercials in the mid '80s had him using mere casual gestures to outsmart the aggressive tendencies of other animals. Examples include 1987 spots featuring Sugar Bear riding an elephant into a jungle of feisty tigers, playing matador to a raging bull, romping with a rhinoceros, and sparring with irate sharks of the ocean.

The Sugar Bear character was popular enough to have occasional premium toys. A yo-yo and padlock were produced in the '60s, and even in 1993, a Christmas ornament saw him dressed as Santa Claus. Miniature talking plush dolls were also released in the early '90s. Most recently, a Wacky Wobbler was released by Funko Inc.


  • "Can't get enough of Super Golden Crisp, it's got the crunch with the punch."
  • "You bet your BOOTIES, Granny!"
  • "Nothings beats my tummy and a honey sweet crunch of Golden Crisp."
  • "Time for a vitamin packed punch!"
  • "Can't get enough that Sugar Crisp, Sugar Crisp, Sugar Crisp.Can't get enough of that Sugar Crisp, it helps keeps me going strong."

Other uses

  • Sugar bear is also a term of endearment, as in a sweet bear. A Sugar Bear can also be a somewhat lazy and easy going person used to making easy money-a person who has favors and money heaped on them for no discernible reason is sometimes called a "Sugar Bear".

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