History YMMV / YogiBear

16th Jul '16 7:08:47 PM Prinzenick
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* MorePopularSpinoff: The Yogi Bear Show was basically a SpinOff of ''The Huckleberry Hound Show'', but it is much more remembered than its predecessor today.
22nd Jun '16 6:20:22 PM ironballs16
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* AccidentalInnuendo: In "Booby Trapped Bear", the chief of the Ranger arrives to assess the situation because he was informed that someone was [[HaveAGayOldTime "molesting a bear."]] In the sixties, Molest meant "Pester and harass", as opposed to, well...

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* AccidentalInnuendo: In "Booby Trapped Bear", the chief of the Ranger arrives to assess the situation because he was informed that someone was [[HaveAGayOldTime "molesting a bear."]] In the sixties, Molest meant "Pester and harass", as opposed to, well...to pestering and harassing in [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil a decidedly different sense]].
** One of the movie's posters had a close-up of Yogi and Boo-boo's faces, Yogi behind Boo-Boo. The tagline? "[[http://cdn.collider.com/wp-content/uploads/yogi_bear_poster_02.jpg Great things come in bears]]".
5th Jun '16 7:24:40 PM Prinzenick
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* AccidentalInnuendo: In "Booby Trapped Bear", the chief of the Ranger arrives to assess the situation because he was informed that someone was [[HaveAGayOldTime "molesting a bear."]] (Which, in the sixties, meant "Pester and harass", as opposed to, well...)

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* AccidentalInnuendo: In "Booby Trapped Bear", the chief of the Ranger arrives to assess the situation because he was informed that someone was [[HaveAGayOldTime "molesting a bear."]] (Which, in In the sixties, Molest meant "Pester and harass", as opposed to, well...)
5th Jun '16 7:23:56 PM Prinzenick
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* AccidentalInnuendo: In "Booby Trapped Bear", the chief of the Ranger arrives to assess the situation because he was informed that someone was "molesting a bear." (Which, in the sixties, meant "Annoying", as opposed to, well...)

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* AccidentalInnuendo: In "Booby Trapped Bear", the chief of the Ranger arrives to assess the situation because he was informed that someone was [[HaveAGayOldTime "molesting a bear." "]] (Which, in the sixties, meant "Annoying", "Pester and harass", as opposed to, well...)
5th Jun '16 7:21:55 PM Prinzenick
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* AccidentalInnuendo: In "Booby Trapped Bear", the chief of the Ranger arrives to assess the situation because he was informed that someone was "molesting a bear." (Which, in the sixties, meant "Annoying", as opposed to, well...)
2nd Aug '15 6:32:08 PM Johnny2071
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* TheScrappy: Ranger Rubideux from the 1988 reboot.

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* TheScrappy: Ranger Rubideux from the 1988 reboot.series.
10th Feb '15 9:12:54 AM MartyD82
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** Likewise, most of the plots in the 1988 reboot (some of which are flat-out remakes of older Yogi cartoons).
25th Oct '14 2:02:47 PM specialsam110
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** Tom Cavanaugh is not the first actor who comes to mind when you think "strict authoritarian ranger." And for good reason.
5th Aug '14 6:51:39 PM SCMKFGJBG
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5th Aug '14 3:52:36 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* BigNameFan: Creator/JohnKricfalusi has praised Yogi's and Boo Boo's personality and character designs many times on his blog, even creating a few Yogi shorts in [[DerangedAnimation his signature style]] in the 1990s.
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