Gone Throughout Woodland Valley, Part 1
Season 10, Episode 19
Vital statistics
Air date May 29, 2015
Written by Mitchell Kriegman (and Created by)
Chris Hoey and Lindsey Aikens (Script Supervisors)
Andy Yerkes (Producer)
Directed by Mitchell Kriegman (and Executive Producer)
Dean Gordon, Andrea Giles-Rich & Maureen Thorpe (Associate Directors)
Ric E. Anderson & Adam Matalon (Stage Managers)
Peter Hefter and Victor Smith (Audio Engineers)
Keith Conod, Jack Cooke, Mike Moran and Jim Washburn (Utilities)
Richie Wirth (Technical Director)
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Tutter's Day Off Gone Throughout Woodland Valley, Part 2

Gone Throughout Woodland Valley, Part 1 is the 19th episode of Season 10, 359th episode overall.

Plot Edit

In the first part of "Gone Throughout Woodland Valley," Bear said it smells like Cherry Pie. Bear finds Tutter playing a game of Checkers, but Tutter said he is going to be gone and moves into a new mousehole, so Tutter does not want to play another game of Checkers anymore. Bear finds Bear's friends in the living room, and realizes that they're packages, and Pip and Pop said Ursa is moving in. This made Bear amused, and refused to tell Bear's friends to clear out the packages. Bear sits on the stairs telling his friends about what they want to do on the job. After they're gone, Bear stands up. In the Shadow segment, Shadow tells Bear a story about a turtle who saved money. This story itself is repeated from "A Trip to the General Store" and "Playing Store". Bear tells his friends the Reunion Party was complete, so the Reunion Party Takes All Kinds.

Songs Edit

Bear's Sense of Smell Edit

Song Sequence and Cherry Pie


Gone Throughout Woodland Valley, Part 1 (Credits)

Other Languages Edit

Gone Throughout Woodland Valley, Part 1 (Other Languages)

Transcript Edit

Gone Throughout Woodland Valley, Part 1 (Transcript)

Shadow's AppearanceEdit

Downstairs Hallway with A Lamp with the Stairs

Disney Junior DVD Releases Edit

Greatest Hits: Vol. 10

The Woodland Valley Hits

Notes Edit

  • This final episode is a musical.
  • The dog in the Gumpel/Henson Industries logo shouts "Show's over!" during the credits.
  • After Part 1, no closing credits shown. Instead, it's shown for Luna setting and Ray rising, continuing Part 2.
  • The Last Episode with the Regular Version of The Goodbye Song.
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