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When his natural habitat is threatened to be overrun by civilization and pollution, Yogi Bear, together with his faithful sidekick, Boo Boo Bear, and a gaggle of cartoon notables ranging from Huckleberry Hound, Quick Draw McGraw, and Pixie and Dixie, to Peter Potamus, Augie Doggy, and Snagglepuss, build and board a muscle-powered, propeller-flying ark in search of a "Perfect Place" into which for cartoon animals to relocate. En route, Yogi's group encounter and battle a series of conniving villains.Written by
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Despite his creators' contention to the contrary, all signs indicate that yes, Yogi Bear was indeed named after Yogi Berra. Yogi Bear first hit TV screens in 1958 as part of The Huckleberry Hound Show. Soon after, Berra tried to sue Hanna-Barbera Productions, Yogi Bear's creators, for defamation of character See more »
I have to agree that a lot of the shows that Hanna-Barbera made in the 1970's were good. However, a LOT of their shows made in this decade were well...plain crap. And this show is one of them.
The show features Yogi Bear, whom along with his companion Boo-Boo as well as many other HB characters like Snagglepuss, Huckleberry Hound, Quick Draw McGraw etc. flying around in a huge ark while trying to find the perfect natural habitat that is not overrun by pollution, and civilization. They usually ran into villians like Lotta Litter, and Mr. Plenty and of course like other cartoons stopped their evil polluting ways. Of course it MAY have seemed like a good idea, but this is absolute crap. I mean they changed Yogi Bear's identity. They changed him from a pic-a-nic basket stealing bear resident of Jellystone Park into this preachy, PC bear. That's degrading as heck!
Don't get me wrong, we DO have to clean up the environment, but we don't need our well known classic Hanna-Barbera characters to tell us too. Bottom line: This show is crap!!
This gets no stars.
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