The Yogi Bear Movie is a 1964 American animated feature-film, produced from Hanna-Barbera Productions. It was released in April 13, 1964, the first Yogi Bear film ever.



At Jellystone Park, Yogi Bear is relaxing on the river, living a lifetime with Boo-Boo. Then Yogi steals all picnic baskets from all visitors and eat all the food. All the visitors get angry and demand their food that they're hungry for, but Yogi and Boo-Boo escape and get a car for themselves. Once they're on the road, they sing, "Movin' Right Along" (which was also for the upcoming '79 film, The Muppet Movie). After the song, they notice that the "Yogi Bear monster sandwich", which Yogi is shocked and scared.

When they get to a farm, they notice a dancing female bear named Cindy. Yogi shockingly falls in love with Cindy. The gang of bears goes to a death place, where a prototype of Dick Dastardly (making his prototype debut) kidnaps Yogi and attempts to kill him, but Cindy saves him, with karate kicks. At the end of the movie, they sing a happy song about love.


  • In this film, Dick Dastardly appears as a prototype of him.


Movin' Right Along (Yogi & Boo-Boo Edition)

Movin' Right Along (Yogi & Boo-Boo Edition)

Movin' Right Along (Yogi & Boo-Boo Edition)