Non-canon update of Yogi Bear and friends, this time as teenage detectives in the local mall.
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Greg Burson Greg Burson ...  Snagglepuss / ... 19 episodes, 1991-1992
Don Messick ...  Boo Boo / ... 19 episodes, 1991-1992
Rob Paulsen ...  Dick 'Dickie' Dastardly / ... 19 episodes, 1991-1992
Kath Soucie ...  Cindy Bear / ... 19 episodes, 1991-1992
Pat Fraley 18 episodes, 1991-1992
Danny Mann 18 episodes, 1991-1992
Lennie Weinrib ...  Max the Mole 18 episodes, 1991-1992
Frank Welker 18 episodes, 1991-1992
Greg Berg ...  Huckleberry Hound 10 episodes, 1991
Pat Harrington Jr. ...  William Shakesbear 10 episodes, 1991
Matt Hurwitz Matt Hurwitz ...  Hokey Wolf 10 episodes, 1991
John Stephenson ...  Doggie Daddy / ... 10 episodes, 1991
Patric Zimmerman ...  Augie Doggie / ... 10 episodes, 1991
Charlie Adler 9 episodes, 1991
Lewis Arquette ...  Bombastic Bobby 9 episodes, 1991
Charlie Brill 9 episodes, 1991
Bernard Erhard Bernard Erhard ...  The Pest 9 episodes, 1991
Arte Johnson ...  Lou / ... 9 episodes, 1991
Nancy Linari 9 episodes, 1991
Gail Matthius ...  Roxie Bear 9 episodes, 1991
Allan Melvin ...  Magilla 'Ice' Gorilla 9 episodes, 1991
Howard Morris ...  Murray 9 episodes, 1991
Roger Nolan Roger Nolan 9 episodes, 1991
Henry Polic II ...  Baba Looey 9 episodes, 1991
Neil Ross ...  Morocco Mole 9 episodes, 1991
Ronnie Schell ...  Calvin Klunk 9 episodes, 1991
Hal Smith ...  Blabber Mouse 9 episodes, 1991
Sally Struthers 9 episodes, 1991
B.J. Ward 9 episodes, 1991
Mitzi McCall ...  Talula LaTrane 8 episodes, 1991
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Non-canon update of Yogi Bear and friends, this time as teenage detectives in the local mall.

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USA

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English

Release Date:

14 September 1991 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Turminha do Zé Colméia See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Proof That Not Every Cartoon Needs To Be Turned Into A Kid
25 September 2019 | by jeremycrimsonfoxSee all my reviews

In the late 80's and early 90's, Hannah-Barbara was making cartoons, still, but one of the main cartoons from them at the time was taking classic cartoon characters they invented and re-imagining them as kids, starting with The Flintstone Kids and continuing with A Pup Named Scooby-Doo. Yo Yogi! is the fourth one of the series, the third being Tom and Jerry Kids, which debut a year before this, and it has gone on to become proof that not every cartoon character should be turned into a kid.

So, basically, the show has Yogi turned into a teen who works in Jellystone Mall's Lost and Found Department with friends Boo-Boo, Cindy, Snagglepuss, and Huckleberry Hound, who have also been turned into kids. Every episode, they have to deal with a mystery that is causing problems in the mall, but little Dickie Dastardly and Muttley are there to get in the way.

Yeah, the show basically turns Yogi and friends into a near-copy of A Pup Named Scooby-Doo, only it does everything the latter show knew not to do: rely too much on gimmicks. The shows tries to attract kids by being "radical and hip", with episodes even referencing what was hip back then (one episode had Magilla Gorilla as Magilla Ice, which was meant to be a parody of Vanilla Ice, and even using slang that teens in the 90's use. While it sounds good, the cartoon uses it too much to the point where it stops being fresh and becomes annoying. Another gimmick is the use of 3D. Back then, Kellogg's, the cereal company, sponsored this show, so they gave out 3D glasses in one of their cereals for use. For this, when Yogi spins his hat, the series cuts to 3D. This makes the cartoon more of a product placement.

This show was basically a failure, only lasting 13 episodes before it was cancelled, and it often cited as one of the reasons why NBC would stop Saturday Morning cartoons in favor of TNBC. Avoid this show at all costs.


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