Yogi's Treasure Hunt

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Yogi's Treasure Hunt
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Network: Syndication
Production company: Hanna-Barbera
Distributor: Worldvision Enterprises
Original release: September 6, 1985March 25, 1988
Run time: 19 minutes
Starring: Daws Butler
Don Messick
Paul Winchell
Arnold Stang
Jimmy Weldon
John Stephenson
Julie Bennett
Executive producer(s): William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
Producer(s): Bob Hathcock
Charles Grosvenor
Jeff Hall
Music composed by: Hoyt Curtin
Writer(s): Tom Ruegger
John K. Ludin
Director(s): Ray Patterson
Oscar Dufau
Bill Hutten
Tony Love
Alan Zaslove
Rudy Zamora
Don Lusk
Carl Urbano
Art Davis
Charlie Downs
Paul Sommer
Bob Alvarez
Bob Goe
Bill Hutton
Rick Leon
Tony Love
Tim Walker
Irv Spence
Gordon Hunt (voice director)
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Yogi's Treasure Hunt is an American adventure/comedy animated TV series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions, airing in syndication on stations that took part in The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera programming block. It ran from 1985 to 1988, airing 27 episodes that spanned three seasons. It was the fifth Yogi Bear series after The Yogi Bear Show, which ran from 1960 to 1961.

On behalf of the President of the United States, Top Cat sends Yogi and a crew on special missions to retrieve rare and invaluable items around the world, before Dick Dastardly and Muttley can claim them for themselves.

Throughout the series, various guest stars would recurrently make appearances, such as Hokey Wolf, Mr. Jinks, Yakky Doodle, Cindy Bear, Baba Looey, Undercover Elephant and Wally Gator.

Production

Development

It was originally called Funtastic Treasure Hunt.

Circa 1987, Tom Ruegger, John Ludin, Scott Jeralds, and Alfred Gimeno developed the series bible for a potential spin-off called The Trio of Triumph, starring the Trio of Triumph, made up of Huckle Hero, Ram-Boo-Boo, and El Kabong.[1]

Music

The score was composed and conducted by Hoyt Curtin, with musical supervision from Paul DeKorte.

Episodes

Episode Number Air date
"Riddle in the Middle of the Earth" 1x01 September 6, 1985
"Bungle in the Jungle" 1x02 September 13, 1985
"Countdown Drac" 1x03 September 20, 1985
"The Return of El Kabong" 1x04 September 27, 1985
"Ole, the Red-Nosed Viking" 1x05 October 4, 1985
"The Curse of the Tutti-Frutti" 1x06 October 11, 1985
"Yogi and the Unicorn" 1x07 October 18, 1985
"The Case of the Hopeless Diamond" 1x08 October 25, 1985
"Merlin's Lost Book of Magic" 1x09 November 1, 1985
"Beverly Hills Flop" 1x10 November 8, 1985
"Follow the Yellow Brick Gold" 1x11 November 7, 1986
"To Bee or Not to Bee" 1x12 November 14, 1986
"Heavens to Planetoid" 1x13 November 21, 1986
"Beswitched, Buddha'd and Bewildered" 1x14 December 5, 1986
"There's No Place Like Nome" 2x01 December 12, 1986
"The Great American Treasure" 2x02 January 2, 1987
"Huckle Hero" 2x03 January 9, 1987
"The Moaning Liza" 2x04 January 16, 1987
"Snow White & the 7 Treasure Hunters" 2x05 November 6, 1987
"Yogi's Heroes" 2x06 November 13, 1987
"The Attack of Dr. Mars" 2x07 November 20, 1987
"20,000 Leaks Under the Sea" 2x08 December 4, 1987
"Goodbye, Mr. Chump" 2x09 December 11, 1987
"Yogi Bear on the Air" 2x10 February 5, 1988
"Yogi & the Beanstalk" 2x11 February 12, 1988
"The Greed Monster" 2x12 February 19, 1988
"Secret Agent Bear" 2x13 March 25, 1988

Cast

References