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)
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Boo-Boo / Tree (voice)
Mary Ellen Thomas ...
Cindy Bear (voice)
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The Chief (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-Barbera animator Ed Benedict, who contributed to this work. See more »

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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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Spoofs The Yogi Bear Show (1961) See more »

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Pixie Comedy
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Music by William Loose and John Seely
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My childhood - now officially gone
3 January 2006 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

Gee..I got a chance to see this the other night on Adult Swim and I am ambivalent about this to say the least. I guess I am still in that "kiddie" mode of the "smarter than the average bear" Yogi, Boo-boo Bear, Cindy Bear and Ranger Smith. Delightful.

This was a creative piece of animation and CERTANTLY for adults. It goes one step beyond the cuteness of Hanna Barbera and allows us into a world where cute little Boo-Boo has had enough of Ranger Smith's stupid Jellystone Park rules and becomes...a bear. A REAL bear. Doing all real bear things...loosing the sweet little tie/walking on fours/growling and adult things as well such as going to his best friend Yogi Bear's girlfriends house and....well you can imagine -- and what you're imagining is probably right. Ranger Smith and Yogi sitting down talking about the Boo-Boo situation was also...interesting. I found this all very funny...this was something along the lines of "what if...".

But then, there was something a bit strange about actually seeing the "what if". Adult Swim also has another wonderful series called "Harvey Birdman - Attorney At Law" and they did tackle the Yogi and Boo-Boo Bear 'situation', but I found that one more funnier than this.

And then there is the real reason why I cringe slightly. I can take a joke. Maybe I'm afraid of other adults who may look at this who can't.


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