List of The Yogi Bear Show episodes
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The following is a list of episodes for the 1961–1962 cartoon series The Yogi Bear Show.
- YB = Yogi Bear
- SP = Snagglepuss
- YD = Yakky Doodle
- No. = Overall episode number
- Ep = Episode number by season
Season 1 (1961)
|No.||Ep||Cartoons||Original air date|
|1||1||"Oinks and Boinks / Major Operation / Out of Luck Duck"||January 30, 1961|
|* Oinks and Boinks (YB): Yogi and Boo Boo are tricked by the Three Little Pigs into moving into the straw house, then the wood house, just before each is blown down by the wolf. Animated by Don Patterson.
|2||2||"Booby Trapped Bear / Feud for Thought / Hop, Duck and Listen"||February 6, 1961|
|* Booby Trapped Bear (YB): After Yogi poses as a health inspector in order to take tourists' picnic baskets, Ranger Smith sets out some booby-trapped baskets to teach Yogi a lesson. Animated by Lewis Marshall.
|3||3||"Gleesome Threesome / Live and Lion / Dog Flight"||February 13, 1961|
|* Gleesome Threesome (YB): Ranger Smith goes on vacation in Miami Beach; Yogi and Boo Boo mistakenly think that they're invited so they show up at Miami Beach and drives poor Ranger Smith out of his mind. Animated by Carlo Vinci.
|4||4||"A Bear Pair / Fraidy Cat Lion / Easter Duck"||February 20, 1961|
|* A Bear Pair (YB): Boo Boo enters a mail-in puzzle contest and wins a trip for two to Paris; he takes Yogi along, who causes havoc there. Animated by Kenneth Muse.
|5||5||"Spy Guy / Royal Ruckus / Foxy Duck"||February 27, 1961|
|* Spy Guy (YB): Ranger Smith has a system of closed-ciruit cameras set up throughout Jellystone so he can keep an eye on Yogi. Animated by Ed Love.
|6||6||"Do or Diet / The Roaring Lion / Railroaded Duck"||March 6, 1961|
|* Do or Diet (YB): At Ranger Smith's request, a doctor tells Yogi that his health will be in jeopardy if he doesn't stick to a diet of nuts and berries. Animated by Ed deMattia.
|7||7||"Bears and Bees / Paws for Applause / Duck Hunting"||March 13, 1961|
|* Bears and Bees (YB): Yogi finds a hollow log filled with bees' honey, and trades jars of it for goodies from the tourists. Animated by Hicks Lokey. This is the first episode that Yogi Bear starts laughing and crying.
|8||8||"Biggest Show-Off on Earth / Knights and Daze / Whistle-Stop and Go"||March 20, 1961|
|* Biggest Show-Off on Earth (YB): An escaped circus bear trades places with Yogi; Yogi has a terrible time trying to perform dangerous acts, while the more feral circus bear proves to be impossible for the rangers to control. Animated by Ed deMattia.
|9||9||"Genial Genie / The Gangsters All Here / Duck the Music"||March 27, 1961|
|* Genial Genie (YB): Yogi and Boo Boo find a lamp containing a genie, and Yogi wishes for a flying carpet. Animated by Dick Lundy. This is the second episode that Yogi cries.
|10||10||"Cub Scout Boo Boo / Having a Bowl / School Fool"||April 3, 1961|
|* Cub Scout Boo Boo (YB): When a boy scout troop sets up camp in Jellystone, Yogi and Boo Boo pose as scouts to get some food. Animated by Bob Carr.
|11||11||"Home Sweet Jellystone / Diaper Desperado / Oh Duckter"||April 10, 1961|
|* Home Sweet Jellystone (YB): When he inherits wealth and a mansion, Ranger Smith moves away from Jellystone. Animated by Brad Case.
|12||12||"Love-Bugged Bear / Arrow Error / It's a Duck's Life"||April 17, 1961|
|* Love-Bugged Bear (YB): Yogi has been struck by Cupid's arrow (literally), and he's too busy pursuing a female bear to go after picnic baskets. Animated by Bob Carr.
|13||13||"Bearface Disguise / Twice Shy / Happy Birthdaze"||April 24, 1961|
|* Bearface Disguise (YB): Ranger Smith disguises himself as a bear, hoping to catch Yogi in the act of stealing picnic baskets. Animated by Art Davis. This is the third episode that Yogi cries. This is the first time also that Yogi starts throwing a temper tantrum wailing: "No, I can't do that."
|14||14||"Slap Happy Birthday / Cloak and Stagger / Horse Collared"||May 1, 1961|
|* Slap Happy Birthday (YB): Ranger Smith is trying to find out what Yogi is up to, not realizing that the bear is putting together a surprise birthday party for him. Animated by George Nicholas.
|15||15||"A Bear Living / Remember Your Lions / Ha-Choo to You!"||May 8, 1961|
|* A Bear Living (YB): Yogi sets up a wishing well in the park, and uses the money people throw in to buy things. Animated by Art Davis.
|16||16||"Disguise and Gals / Remember the Daze / Foxy Proxy"||May 15, 1961|
|* Disguise and Gals (YB): Two bank robbers disguised as little old ladies hide out in Jellystone and conceal their loot in a picnic basket; naturally, Yogi gets involved. Animated by Don Patterson.
Season 2 (1961/62)
|No.||Ep||Cartoons||Original air date|
|17||1||"Touch and Go-Go-Go / Express Trained Lion / Count to Tenant"||September 16, 1961|
|* Touch and Go-Go-Go (YB): The bears' fairy godmother grants Yogi the power to turn anything he touches into a picnic basket (à la Midas). Animated by Bob Carr.
|18||2||"Acrobatty Yogi / Jangled Jungle / Shrunken Headache"||September 23, 1961|
|* Acrobatty Yogi (YB): Cindy Bear (in her first appearance) is in a circus, so Yogi runs off to join it; the circus owner gets him a job as a lion tamer. Animated by Robert Bentley.
|19||3||"Ring-a-Ding Picnic Basket / Lion Tracks / The Most Ghost"||September 30, 1961|
|* Ring-a-Ding Picnic Basket (YB): Ranger Smith tries to trap Yogi with an alarm-rigged picnic basket, and his plan fails; Later, Yogi mistakenly thinks the Ranger wants him shot. Animated by Lewis Marshall.
|20||4||"Iron Hand Jones / Fight Fright / Stamp Scamp"||October 7, 1961|
|* Iron Hand Jones (YB): When Ranger Smith goes on vacation, his seat is filled by Ranger "Iron Hand" Jones, who's more of a strict disciplinarian than Yogi can stand. Animated by William Keil.
|21||5||"Yogi's Pest Guest / Lions Share Sheriff / All's Well That Eats Well"||October 14, 1961|
|* Yogi's Pest Guest (YB): Yo Yo, a Japanese bear who's a martial artist, is transferred to Jellystone, and Yogi finds him in his cave and to become friends, he gets him a picnic basket and Yo Yo becomes addicted to picnic baskets. Animated by William Keil (actually Don Williams.)
|22||6||"Missile Bound Yogi / Cagey Lion / Foxy Friends"||October 21, 1961|
|* Missile Bound Yogi (YB): The army has its war games in a sealed-off part of the park; when Yogi wanders in, he thinks Jellystone has been invaded. Animated by C.L. Hartman.
|23||7||"Loco Locomotive / Charge That Lion / Mad Mix Up"||October 28, 1961|
|* Loco Locomotive (YB): When a kiddie train is added to the park, Yogi becomes determined to ride it. Animated by Kenneth Muse.
|24||8||"Missile-Bound Bear / Be My Ghost / Beach Brawl"||November 4, 1961|
|* Missile-Bound Bear (YB): The military builds a secret rocket-launching base in Jellystone, and Yogi, Boo Boo, and Ranger Smith all wind up inside a space-bound rocket. This cartoon contains a great deal of satire of the military. Animated by William Keil.
|25||9||"A Wooin' Bruin / Spring Hits a Snag / Duck Seasoning"||November 11, 1961|
|* A Wooin' Bruin (YB): Yogi and another bear compete for Cindy's affections by bringing her gifts, committing a rash of thefts throughout the park in the process. Animated by Bob Carr.
|26||10||"Yogi in the City / Legal Eagle Lion / Hasty Tasty"||November 18, 1961|
|* Yogi in the City (YB): After falling asleep in a tourist's trailer because of a drip in his cave, Yogi finds himself in the big city dodging cars and wounding up on the ledge of a building. Animated by Ed Love.
|27||11||"Queen Bee for a Day / Don't Know It Poet / Nobody Home Duck"||November 25, 1961|
|* Queen Bee for a Day (YB): Yogi has Boo Boo dress up as a queen bee to lure bees away from their honey-filled hive, but an entomologist starts chasing Boo Boo. Animated by Don Williams.
|28||12||"Batty Bear / Tail Wag Snag / Dog Pounded"||December 2, 1961|
|* Batty Bear (YB): After sending in thousands of boxtops to a television show, Yogi receives a "Bat Guy" costume with functional bat-like wings, which he uses to swoop down on campers and steal their picnic baskets. Animated by Robert Bentley.|
|29||13||"Droop-a-Long Yogi / Rent and Rave / Witch Duck-ter"||December 9, 1961|
|* Droop-a-Long Yogi (YB): A television station is using part of Jellystone to shoot a western program, and Yogi and Ranger Smith get parts on the show. Animated by Ralph Somerville.
|30||14||"Threadbare Bear / Footlight Fright / Full Course Meal"||December 16, 1961|
|* Threadbare Bear (YB): While being transported to the zoo, Yogi and Boo Boo escape into the woods, and start stealing food from stores and houses. The zoo they are intended to be transported to is the Cincinnati Zoo – coincidentally, Hanna-Barbera would be purchased by the Cincinnati-based Taft Broadcasting in 1967. Animated by Robert Bentley.
|31||15||"Ice Box Raider / One Two Many / Baddie Buddies"||December 23, 1961|
|* Ice Box Raider (YB): To prove that Yogi's been raiding his refrigerator, Ranger Smith rigs it with a practical joke; later, Yogi hatches a plan to get even. Animated by Ed Love (actually Hicks Lokey.)
|32||16||"Bear Foot Soldiers / Royal Rodent / Judo Ex-Expert"||December 30, 1961|
|* Bear Foot Soldiers (YB): The army is playing war games in Jellystone, and one of the teams is disguising their soldiers as bears; of course, Yogi and Boo Boo get caught up in the games. Animated by Robert Bentley (actually Edwin Parks.)
|33||17||"Yogi's Birthday Party: Parts 1, 2, and 3"||January 6, 1962|
|In this episode-length cartoon, Yogi is told that he'll be appearing on a television program. He tries to prepare for the show by taking lessons from Fred Upstairs, Boppy Barrin, and Lee B. Rocky (spoofs of Fred Astaire, Bobby Darin, and Liberace, respectively), but the lessons don't go well. Yogi is afraid that he'll ruin the show, but at the last minute he discovers that it's actually a surprise birthday tribute for him and that he doesn't have to do anything.
The "guests" who show up to honor Yogi include Ranger Smith, Huckleberry Hound, Quick Draw McGraw and Baba Looey, Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks, Snooper and Blabber, Snagglepuss, Hokey Wolf and Ding-A-Ling, Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy, Cindy Bear, Boo Boo, and Yakky Doodle.