Yogi Bear

Synopsis: Jellystone Park is celebrating its 100th anniversary, however it may be for the last time, because attendance is down and Mayor Brown wants to close the park and sell the land. If the park is closed, Yogi Bear and Boo Boo will lose their home. They join forces with Ranger Smith to save Jellystone from closing forever. Yogi must really prove in this endeavor that he is "smarter than the average bear".
Director(s): Eric Brevig
Production: Warner Bros. Pictures
  2 wins & 1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
80 min

Good day, Mr. Ranger, sir.

We'll keep our eyes peeled.

I wonder if he noticed the pie.

Ra... Smith. You have a vis... Over.

Didn't understand a word of that, Jones.

- Sorry. Some lady's here to see you.

- Send her in.

- Okay. I'll be in the Armadillo.

- Or you could be...

- Map stacking?

- Map stacking.

- Ranger Smith?

- Yes.

- Hello. I'm Rachel Johnson.

- Hi.

I was hoping to talk to you about

filming a documentary here.

Sure. I can handle you for that.

Handle that for you.

Sorry. My work isn't...

My brain isn't working right.

- I must have inhaled some jimsonweed.

- Oh.

Datura stramonium.

It's known to cause delirium...

...cramping and nausea. Heh.

- Cramping and nausea.

You've read

The North American Wilderness Guide.

Yeah, I like to highlight all the plants

and animals I see.

- I like to... Me too.

- Ha, ha! Yeah.

Ranger Smith. At your service.

You want to film a documentary

in Jellystone?


I sent you a letter about a month ago.

- Written on a piece of bark.

- That was you!

Yes. I'm sorry about that.

I was in Sumatra,

living among the orangutans at the time...

...and they get very nervous if they spot

anything from the modern world.

Really? Wow, that's amazing.

Then what did you use for ink?

Bird poop and spit.


So, what are you here to film?

Well, I was hoping to shoot

a local species.

Something to really capture the beauty

of a national park.


What animal were you thinking?

I heard you had an unusual brown bear.

- Brown bear?

- Yes.

One that talks? Those are so rare.

- None that I can think of.

- Named Yogi? Wears a hat and a tie?

No, that doesn't ring a bell.

I think he's standing on the roof,

trying to steal your lunchbox.

I smell PB and J.

I'm all done.

Oh, right. That Yogi.

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