Boo Boo Runs Wild

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Boo Boo Runs Wild
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Format Comedy, TV special
Created by John Kricfalusi
Starring John Kricfalusi
Stephen Worth
Corey Burton
Mary Ellen Thomas
Michael Pataki
Country of origin USA
Production
Running time 20 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Cartoon Network
Picture format 4:3 SDTV
Original airing September 24, 1999
Chronology
Related shows A Day in the Life of
Ranger Smith

Boo Boo Runs Wild is a stand-alone special parody of the Hanna-Barbera cartoon series, The Yogi Bear Show.[1] It was made by The Ren & Stimpy Show creator John Kricfalusi and his company Spümcø. Boo Boo Runs Wild originally aired on Cartoon Network on September 24, 1999, along with A Day in the Life of Ranger Smith, a similar Yogi Bear-themed stand alone special. Despite Boo Boo being the arguable star of this short, it is title carded as "A Ranger Smith Cartoon".

Since its original debut in 1999, Boo Boo Runs Wild has aired multiple times on Cartoon Network's late night programing block, Adult Swim. From January 2006 until April 2006 Boo Boo Runs Wild aired every single Sunday on Adult Swim. On April 1, 2006, following the normal Neon Genesis Evangelion bump Adult Swim aired Boo Boo Runs Wild as an April Fool's Day joke, despite all TV listings showing Evangelion in its normal time slot. Adult Swim re-aired Boo Boo Runs Wild on Halloween night, October 31, 2008, as part of an advertised "Halloween Stunt" night, where obscure or randomly seen shows preempted the usual programming for that Friday night. In 2011 Adult Swim re-aired Boo Boo Runs Wild every night from January 10 until January 14, as part of their "DVR Theatre".[2]

Cast[edit]

Name Character(s)
John Kricfalusi Boo Boo Bear
Tree
Stephen Worth Yogi Bear
Corey Burton Ranger John Smith
Moose
Mary Ellen Thomas Cindy Bear
Michael Pataki The Chief

Plot[edit]

Just when Ranger Smith is making sure everything in Jellystone Park is in order, Boo Boo enters a feral state due to his impatience with all the rules, much to the displeasure of Ranger Smith, who expected Yogi Bear to do this. Boo Boo's actions go from clawing the backsides off trees to savagely devouring honey from a hive. So, Yogi Bear, scared, decided to attack and fight with Ranger Smith, and the cartoon ends with Boo Boo turned back to normal by Yogi and Ranger Smith.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Lucas, Michael P. (September 23, 1999). "The much-loved character and friends, created by Hanna-Barbera, are back--but with John Kricfalusi's twist.". The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2010-08-24. 
  2. ^ "DVR Theater Line-up". Adult Swim Central. Retrieved 2011-01-11. 

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