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- 506877536@delet...Aug 06, 2009by
Hey There, it's Yogi Bear
A classic from my youth that still holds up. Yogi takes a stand against Ranger Smith about his food begging and is shipped to a zoo when he complains about the rules. When Cindy finds out she requests a transfer also (she doesn't want to live without Yogi) not knowing that Yogi is still in Jellystone (who schemed another bear to take his place). Yogi and Boo Boo set out to find Cindy and bring her back to Jellystone. They find Cindy captured by an evil circus owner who forces Cindy to walk the high wire against her will. They free her and escape heading back home. Not good with directions, the bears end up in Manhattan. They fee the scared and frightened public up a building under construction and end up on TV. Here Ranger Smith finds his missing bears and rescues them in a hilarious showdown with Yogi. This was Hanna-Barbera's first animated feature and it starred their biggest star. They remained true to the characters and put them in funny situations and settings for, in my opinion, the best feature they ever did.Read full review
- mad-mad-worldJun 29, 2009by
The Official Yogi Bear Movie
With the glut of straight-to-video rubbish that is thrown at children these days, it's easy for a gem like "Hey There, It's Yogi Bear" to get overlooked. This movie is not like the others as it was produced for motion picture theaters and graced the silver screen in the summer of 1964. Yogi Bear is, of course, a product of Joseph Barbera and William Hanna, two experienced animators from the golden days of movie cartoons who formed their own company and tackled the television market with a new approach to low-budget animation. By 1964 they had already enjoyed years of great success with hit cartoon series like Huckleberry Hound and The Flintstones. With this, their first re-entry into movie theaters, they took no chances as the two masters of animation personally wrote and directed the feature. The result is first rate all the way! The animation is in the TV-style but has very little repetition and is actually vibrant in its approach. It also features a roster of fantastic songs, and even Yogi himself sings a ballad quite beautifully! This film's biggest setback is that few people know about it. I think if more parents were aware of this film, it would be more commonly seen amongst family DVD collections. If you get the chance to enjoy this film, then you will be interested to know Hanna-Barbera's 2nd big screen cartoon was "The Man Called Flintstone."Read full review
- 883125226@delet...Jun 05, 2009by
One of the best toons for my Grandkids.
I have memories of this Bear from when I was young, this brought back many memories of days gone by. I can only wish it was a weekly show again for my Grandkids. I would not think twice of buying from this site again, it was here on my door with in 3 days after I paid for it. And in the future I will, with out thinking twice buy from this person again.
- ebergman123May 21, 2011by
fUN MOVIE TO WATCH AND ITS GREAT FOR KIDS
THIS WAS A GREAT MOVIE AND FUN! BRINGS BACK MEMORIES FROM CHILDHOOD DAYS! YOGI BEAR AND BOOBOO AND CINDY BEAR ARE GREAT I ENJOYED WATCHING THIS DVD IT WOULD BE A FUN MOVIE FOR KIDS AND FOR THE INNER KID ALSO! GREAT DVD AND FUN!
- andranikyahooMar 06, 2011by
Hey There, It's Yogi Bear (DVD, 2008)
I purchased this DVD for my children. They like it and watched every day. It is very joyfull cartoon. Sometimes I also participate him.
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