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Songfellow Strum is a supporting character who appeared in the both parts of the 46th episode of Nelvana's The Care Bears Family TV series, "Songfellow Strum and His Magic Train" and "Music Video". Hailing from Songland, Strum is a magic musician who travels around in his magic flying train spreading joy and merriment through song.

Original series

Care Bears Family TV series

When the Caring Meter breaks down one day, Brave Heart Lion, Baby Hugs and Baby Tugs have nothing to do but wait for Bright Heart Raccoon to show up and fix it. However, they get an unexpected visitor in the form of Songfellow Strum, a magical minstrel who regales them with a song to lighten their mood before offering them a ride on his train. Traveling to Songland, he continues to play tunes for the trio while transporting them to various appropriate locations, such as Old McDonald's Farm. After a day of song and dance, he takes them home where they discover that the meter is now fixed, with Tugs guessing that their new-found happiness must have fixed it. Songfellow Strum and His Magic Train

Later, Strum makes a concert appearance in Care-a-Lot, which even Shreeky and Mr. Beastly attend. During the show, he transports audience members on stage to take part in the performance, including Brave Heart Lion during "Humpty Dumpty", Hugs and Tugs in "Jack and Jill", and Beastly in both "The Itsy Bitsy Spider" and "I've Been Working on the Railroad". Music Video

Trivia

  • Strum is the only supporting character in The Care Bears Family to appear in two separate stories, though they were both originally aired as part of the same episode.
  • Shreeky seems to be a fan of his.
Supporting characters
1980s series
Movies and TV specials
Alan - Alice - Alex - Anna - Caterpillar - Cheshire Cat - Christy - Cloud Keeper - Dawn - Donna - Great Wishing Star - Harliquin - Heartbuddies - Jason - John - Kevin - Kim - Lori - Lumpy - Mad Hatter - Nicholas - Paul - Peter - Princess of Wonderland - Queen of Wonderland - Stan the Jabberwocky - Starbuddies - White Rabbit
Care Bears TV series
Amy - Becky - Benny - Captain McDougal - Carl - Charlie (Lucky Charm) - Charlie (The Girl Who Cried Wolf) - Cloud Worm - David - Eddie - Elaine - Fred - Hal - Jeff - Jill - Jill Wayland - Jim - Jimmy - Joey (Braces) - Joey (Dry Spell) - Kara - Kathy - Keith - Ken - Linda - Lisa - Mary - Matthew - Melanie - Millie - Missy - Murphy - Patti - Paula - Sandra - Sanford - Susie - Timmy - Tommy - Tricia - Wendy - Willis
Care Bears Family TV series
Adam - Alvin - Amber - Anne - Bob the Swamp Monster - Buttercup - Captain Graybeard - Charles - Cindy the Unicorn - Claire - Cubot - Dale - Gay - Melvin - Nicey Nice - Rebecca - Sally and Sarah - Sleeping Giant - Songfellow Strum - Tony - Wally
Comics
Adora - Barbara - Billy - Dick - Eek and Ick - Elaine - Fairy Boatride - Gary - General T.N.T. Havoc - Genie of the Lamp - Gertrude - Gracie - Jacky - Jane - Jenny - Jonah - Inventor - Lisa - Lynn - The Mad Balls - Marie - Missy - Ninja Bread Man - Nukluk - O'Blunk - Ol' Paint - Pam - Sad Solly - Samantha - Sandman - Steve - Sue - Super-Dooper Salesman - Tommy - Tyrone
2000s series
Bumpity - Emma - Gig - Jake - McKenna - Princess Starglo - Tweasel - Twinkers - Wingnut
2010s series
Aiden - Clem - Hayden - Penny - Phoebe - Zack

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