|The Unbearable Bear|
Sniffles' talkativeness foils both the burglar and a tipsy Officer Bear, who's trying to sneak past his rolling-pin-toting, sleepwalking wife.
- (1992) LaserDisc - The Golden Age of Looney Tunes, Vol. 2, Side 10: Variations on a Theme
- (2012) Blu-ray, DVD - Looney Tunes Mouse Chronicles: The Chuck Jones Collection, Disc 1
- This cartoon marked a new direction in the Sniffles cartoon series; In this one, the cartoon has a zanier, faster pace and more humorous direction than previous Sniffles cartoons as director Chuck Jones "learnt to be funny" starting with "The Dover Boys". Prior to that, Sniffles cartoons were cutesy and slow-moving in pacing, direction and timing.
- This is the first cartoon where Marjorie Tarlton, who voiced Batty in "The Brave Little Bat" voices Sniffles, taking over the role from Margaret Hill-Talbot.
- Beginning from this cartoon, Sniffles has been recast as an incessant chatterbox who serves more as a nuisance than a cute protagonist.
- The cartoon was re-released to theaters under the Blue Ribbon program on Deember 9, 1950. As a result, the original credits and title card were scrapped off.
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