Yo, Yogi!

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Yo, Yogi!
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On-screen title card.
Network: NBC
Production company: Hanna-Barbera
Distributor: Worldvision Enterprises
Original release: September 14December 7, 1991

Starring: Greg Burson
Don Messick
Greg Berg
Kath Soucie
Rob Paulsen
Executive producer(s): William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
Paul Sabella
Mark Young
Producer(s): Cos Anzilotti
Rich Fogel
Mark Seidenberg
Music composed by: Jonathan Wolff
Writer(s): Bob Kushnell
Steve Smith
Earl Kress
Gordon Bressack
Director(s): Don Lusk
Paul Sommer
Carl Urbano
Jay Sarbry
Joanna Romersa
Ray Patterson (supervising)
Gordon Hunt (voices)
Animation director(s): Joanna Romersa
Sam Nicholson
Joan Drake
Allen Wilzbach
Robert Tyler
Zeon Davush
Michael V. Bennett
Rebecca Bristow
Ed Love
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Yo, Yogi! is an American mystery animated comedy television series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions for NBC's Saturday morning block. It ran in 1991, airing 13 episodes that spanned one season. It is the seventh Yogi Bear series after The Yogi Bear Show, which ran from 1961 to 1962.

In a retake of The Yogi Bear Show for hip young kids of the '90s, Yogi has been regressed into a pre-teen bear who leads the afterschool lost and found department at Jellystone Mall. When he's not being semi-serious, he's goofing off at the mall with his friends, Boo Boo, Cindy, Huckleberry, and Snagglepuss, which annoys Officer Smith to no end.

Throughout the series, various guest stars would recurrently make appearances, such as Augie Doggie, Doggie Daddy, Hokey Wolf, Ding-a-Ling, Atom Ant, Secret Squirrel, Quick Draw McGraw, Baba Looey, Super Snooper, Blabber Mouse, Magilla Gorilla, Squiddly Diddly, Peter Potamus and Loopy De Loop.




The title song was composed and conducted by Joe Curiale. The main music was composed and conducted by Jonathan Wolff. The director of music production was Bodie Chandler.


Episode Number Original air date
"Yo, Yogi!" 1x01 September 14, 1991
"Huck's Doggone Day" / "Grindhog Day" 1x02 September 21, 1991
"Jellystone Jam" 1x03 September 28, 1991
"Mall Alone" 1x04 October 5, 1991
"Tricky Dickie's Dirty Trickies" 1x05 October 12, 1991
"Super Duper Snag" 1x06 October 19, 1991
"Mellow Fellow" / "Hats Off to Yogi" 1x07 October 26, 1991
"Polly Want a Safecracker" 1x08 November 2, 1991
"Mall or Nothing" / "There's No Business Like Snow Business" 1x09 November 9, 1991
"It's All Relative" / "Bearly Working" 1x10 November 16, 1991
"Yippee-Yo, Yogi" / "Of Meeces and Men" 1x11 November 23, 1991
"Fashion Smashin!" / "To Tell the Truth, Forsooth" 1x12 November 30, 1991
"The Big Snoop" 1x13 December 7, 1991



  • This was the last show starring Yogi Bear until Jellystone!, which was released in 2021 on HBO Max. Jellystone! creator, C.H. Greenblatt, used Yo, Yogi! as partial inspiration since both use Jellystone as a town setting.

Critical reception

In a 1993 interview with USA Today, William Hanna was not fond of how the show handled Yogi and the other characters, stating, "they screwed it up by re-designing him. They made him look like a whoremonger."[1]