Generic filters
Exact matches only
Yogi Bear Logo

Unofficial Yogi Bear cartoon wiki page

'Yogi Bear ' toys, costumes, goodies & gadgets

You can discover a selection of ‘Yogi Bear ‘ merchandise on Amazon

All you need to know about

Yogi Bear

Disclaimer: we are a participant in the Amazon Services Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to and affiliated sites.

Country of origin

United States of America

Creation year



William Hanna, Joseph Barbera and Ed Benedict



“Yogi Bear” is a classic American animated television series that premiered in 1958. The show was produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions, one of the most iconic animation studios of its time, and it follows the adventures of a lovable, picnic-basket-stealing bear named Yogi and his sidekick, Boo Boo.

The show is set in Jellystone Park, a fictional wilderness reserve where Yogi lives. Yogi is a clever and mischievous bear who is always trying to find ways to get his paws on human food. He frequently steals picnic baskets from unsuspecting park visitors, much to the dismay of the park’s Ranger, Smith. Smith is always trying to catch Yogi and put him in a zoo, but Yogi is too smart for him and manages to escape every time.

Boo Boo is Yogi’s loyal friend and partner in crime. He is the voice of reason and often tries to talk Yogi out of his latest scheme. Despite Boo Boo’s best efforts, Yogi can’t resist the temptation of food and always gets himself into trouble.

The show was a hit with audiences and became a cultural phenomenon in the United States. Yogi Bear and Boo Boo quickly became beloved characters, and their catchphrases, such as “I’m smarter than the average bear,” and “Hey, Boo Boo,” became part of the American lexicon.

In addition to Yogi and Boo Boo, the show also featured a variety of other characters, including Ranger Smith, Cindy Bear (Yogi’s love interest), and a host of other forest creatures. The show was notable for its clever writing and slapstick humor, which appealed to both children and adults.

“Yogi Bear” ran for three seasons, from 1958 to 1961, and produced 89 episodes. The show was so popular that it spawned a number of spin-offs, including a feature film and several other television series.

Overall, “Yogi Bear” is a classic American television series that has stood the test of time. Its clever writing, lovable characters, and timeless humor have made it a favorite of generations of viewers.

Who are the main characters of Yogi Bear ?

Yogi Bear: A mischievous bear who loves to steal pic-nic baskets.
Boo Boo Bear: Yogi's best friend and sidekick, a small bear who is always getting into trouble.
Ranger Smith: The park ranger who is always trying to stop Yogi and Boo Boo from causing mischief.
Cindy Bear: A beautiful bear who is Yogi's love interest.
Huckleberry Hound: A friendly hound dog who is always ready to help his friends.
Quick Draw McGraw: A fast-talking horse who is always ready for a fight.
Snagglepuss: A drama queen lion who loves to be the center of attention.
Augie Doggie: A small dog who is always getting into trouble.
Doggie Daddy: Augie's father, a patient and understanding dog.
Mama Bear: Yogi's mother, a kind and loving bear.

Production studio: Hanna-Barbera Cartoons

The information provided on this page about Yogi Bear isn’t endorsed by the creators or the production. It has been compiled by fans of the character(s) who want to share their passion. Feel free to share it if you also love this cartoon!

Yogi Bear videos on Youtube

Yogi Bear – Escape Plan

Yogi Bear – Trying to escape Jellystone Park

Yogi Bear colouring images

How to draw Yogi Bear

Yogi Bear Theme Song

Listen to the theme song of Yogi Bear