Hey There, It's Yogi Bear


1h 29m 1964

Film Details

Also Known As
Whistle Your Way Back Home
MPAA Rating
Release Date
Jan 1964
Premiere Information
Salt Lake City, Utah, opening: 3 Jun 1964
Production Company
Hanna-Barbera Productions
Distribution Company
Columbia Pictures
Country
United States

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 29m
Sound
Mono
Color
Color

Synopsis

In Jellystone National Park, the "No Feeding the Bears" signs force a showdown between Yogi Bear and Ranger Smith, causing Yogi to request a transfer to the San Diego Zoo. However, he changes his mind at the last minute, convinces another bear to go in his place, and hides in the woods with his sidekick, Boo Boo. Yogi's girl friend Cindy, unaware of the switch, tries to follow Yogi but is abducted and put on display by the Chizzling Brothers Circus. She is rescued by Yogi and Boo Boo, but the trio gets lost on the way back to Jellystone and takes refuge on top of a partially constructed building in New York City. The event is reported on the news, and Ranger Smith comes to lead the three bears back home.

Crew

Edwin Aardal

Animation

Bob Abrams

Background dsgn

Fernando Arce

Background dsgn

Joseph Barbera

Producer

Joseph Barbera

Screenwriter

Ted Bemiller

Director of Photography

Richard Bickenbach

Art Director

Bruce Bushman

Art Director

Gerry Chiniquy

Animation

Larry Cowan

Film Editor

Ron Dias

Background dsgn

Donald A. Douglas

Film Editor

Jerry Eisenberg

Art Director

Charles Flekal

Director of Photography

Warren Foster

Screenwriter

David Gates

Composer

Robert Gentle

Background dsgn

Ray Gilbert

Composer

George Goepper

Animation

Doug Goodwin

Composer

Dan Gordon

Story sketches

Roberta Greutert

Ink & paint supervisor

Bob Gribbroeck

Background dsgn

William Hanna

Producer

William Hanna

Screenwriter

Ken Harris

Animation

Jerry Hathcock

Animation

Harry Holt

Animation

Willie Ito

Art Director

Zigamond Jablecki

Art Director

Richard Kelsey

Background dsgn

Bill Kotler

Director of Photography

George Kreisl

Animation

Warner Leighton

Film Editor

Alex Lovy

Associate Producer

Art Lozzi

Background dsgn

Don Lusk

Animation

Tony Milch

Film Editor

F. Montealegre

Background dsgn

Kenneth Muse

Animation

Buddy Myers

Sound Recording

Charles A. Nichols

Animation Director

Ernest Nordli

Art Director

Tom O'loughlin

Background dsgn

Marty Paich

Music

Frank Paiker

Director of Photography

Ed Parks

Animation

Frank Parrish

Director of Photography

Ray Patterson

Animation

William Perez

Art Director

Curtiss D. Perkins

Background dsgn

Don Peters

Background dsgn

Don Peterson

Animation

Jacques W. Rupp

Art Director

Tony Sgroi

Art Director

Grant Simmons

Animation

Ken Spears

Film Editor

Irv Spence

Animation

Norman Stainback

Director of Photography

Iwao Takamoto

Art Director

Richard H. Thomas

Background dsgn

Richard Ung

Background dsgn

Roy Wade

Director of Photography

Greg Watson

Film Editor

Fred Wolf

Animation

Film Details

Also Known As
Whistle Your Way Back Home
MPAA Rating
Release Date
Jan 1964
Premiere Information
Salt Lake City, Utah, opening: 3 Jun 1964
Production Company
Hanna-Barbera Productions
Distribution Company
Columbia Pictures
Country
United States

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 29m
Sound
Mono
Color
Color

Quotes

Trivia

Notes

The working title of this film is Whistle Your Way Back Home.