Boo Boo Runs Wild (1999)

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Boo-Boo gets fed up with the rules imposed on bears by humans and decides to return to his 'wild' roots.

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Ranger Smith / Moose (voice)
Stephen Worth ...
Yogi Bear (voice)
John Kricfalusi ...
Boo-Boo / Tree (voice)
Mary Ellen Thomas ...
Cindy Bear (voice)
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Boo-Boo gets fed up with the rules imposed on bears by humans and decides to return to his 'wild' roots. Written by Raymond Spum

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This short film is dedicated to veteran Hanna-Barbara animator 'Ed Benedict (II)', who contributed to this work. See more »

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[first lines]
Ranger John Smith: [putting up all sorts of signs] Man, keeping order in the forest is hard work! Ah, but it'll be worth it when I see the happy little eyes of the thankful woodland creatures...
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References Rocky and His Friends (1959) See more »

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Metropolitan Movement (ZR51)
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Interesting symbolic short made by John K. and Spumco
22 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

John Kricfalusi, as most of his fans know, was anti-censorship; and he used the opportunity to make his case against the unnecessary evils of censorship within the entertainment industry.

Who these characters represent are players in the entertainment and television broadcast industry; the Park Chief is the FCC, the Park Ranger is an FCC rule enforcer, Yogi is a down-on-his-luck bear (or a television broadcaster/writer/director/artist), trying to make a living within the conditions he has to live with, as hilariously forced to abide by such ridiculous rules as wearing clothing, walking on two legs, talking, etc. (writers/directors/TV producers have to censor content or change it around to the personal liking of those who think otherwise, when all people have to do is regulate the content themselves via V-Chip or other media control devices), and Boo Boo is his younger pal, who could be represented as being John Kricfalusi, who is angry at the confines of the media that he absolutely MUST follow in order to "survive", or otherwise be metaphorically "shot."

I knew there was something more to this new rendition of Yogi when I saw it on Adult Swim a few times. I haven't seen many old school Yogi episodes when I saw this, so I can't accurately tell you how close to original it was, but in my personal opinion it had good production values, but that's what you can definitely expect from the good old folks from Spumco.

I like a good product, and this is one of them, from the creators of Ren & Stimpy. 9/10


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