The following is a list of episodes for the 1961-1962 cartoon series The Yogi Bear Show; with the exception of the last episode, each episode consists of a Yogi Bear cartoon, a Snagglepuss cartoon, and a Yakky Doodle cartoon.

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Yogi Bear cartoon
Snagglepuss cartoon
Yakky Doodle cartoon

List of episodes

Because of the date gap between episodes 16 and 17, the following list is in two parts.

Season 1

Episode 1 Airdate: January 30, 1961
Oinks and Boinks: Pilot episode of The Yogi Bear Show.
Yogi and Boo Boo are tricked by the Three Little Pigs into moving into the straw house, then the wood house, just before each is blown down by the wolf. This cartoon was originally shown on The Huckleberry Hound Show.
Major Operation: Pilot episode of Snagglepuss.
To avoid being ejected from the Adventurers Club, Major Minor tries to hunt Snagglepuss again, despite the fact that the lion is now in a zoo.
Out of Luck Duck: Pilot episode of Yakky Doodle.
Unable to keep up with the other migrating ducks, Yakky falls into Chopper's water dish and meets the bulldog for the first time.
Episode 2 Airdate: February 6, 1961
Booby Trapped Bear: After Yogi poses as a health inspector in order to take tourists' picnic baskets, Ranger Smith sets out some booby-trapped baskets to teach Yogi a lesson.
Feud for Thought: Two hill people are competing for a woman's hand in marriage, and she says that she'll choose the one who brings her a lion fur coat; naturally, the suitors both hunt Snagglepuss.
Hop, Duck and Listen: Flying to Missouri, Yakky gets lost and finds himself in Australia, where he befriends a baby kangaroo who "adopts" him as his brother.
Episode 3 Airdate: February 13, 1961
Gleesome Threesome: Ranger Smith goes on vacation in Miami Beach; Yogi and Boo Boo, mistakenly thinking that they're invited, show up at the Ranger's hotel.
Live and Lion: Finding Yakky Doodle hiding in his mailbox, Snagglepuss contemplates eating him, but instead finds himself protecting Yakky from duck hunters.
Dog Flight: Learning that Chopper wishes he could fly, Yakky tries to teach him, with painful results.
Episode 4 Airdate: February 20, 1961
A Bear Pair: Boo Boo enters a mail-in puzzle contest and wins a trip for two to Paris; he takes along Yogi, who almost causes an international incident.
Fraidy Cat Lion: Snagglepuss shows up at the home of Mr. & Mrs. J. Evil Scientist, begging for food; J. Evil hires him to get rid of a mouse, which Junior had transformed into a giant.
Easter Duck: A lady buys Yakky from a pet store as an Easter gift for her granddaughter; the lady's cat, however, has different plans for the duckling.
Episode 5 Airdate: February 27, 1961
Spy Guy: Ranger Smith has a system of closed-ciruit cameras set up throughout Jellystone so he can keep an eye on Yogi.
Royal Ruckus: In a Medieval kingdom, Snagglepuss tries to rescue the Queen, who's been kidnapped by Count Down.
Foxy Duck: Fibber Fox (in his first appearance) disguises himself as Yakky's mother as part of a plot to get at the chickens in the henhouse Chopper is guarding.
Episode 6 Airdate: March 6, 1961
Do or Diet: At Ranger Smith's request, a doctor tells Yogi that his health will be in jeopardy if he doesn't stick to a diet of nuts and berries.
The Roaring Lion: Hungry Snagglepuss infiltrates a college because he heard they have "sheepskins," and he reasons that they must have sheep; he winds up being the quarterback of the football team.
Railroaded Duck: Yakky and Chopper are traveling by train, and so is a cat who keeps trying to eat Yakky.
Episode 7 Airdate: March 13, 1961
Bears and Bees: Yogi finds a hollow log filled with bees' honey, and trades jars of it for goodies from the tourists.
Paws for Applause: Snagglepuss gets a job as a television actor, but it turns out to be a lot rougher than he'd expected.
Duck Hunting: Duhh-glas the Dog is supposed to help his master hunt ducks, but the dog can't stand to see Yakky get shot.
Episode 8 Airdate: March 20, 1961
Biggest Show-Off on Earth: An escaped circus bear trades places with Yogi; Yogi has a terrible time trying to perform dangerous acts, while the more feral circus bear proves to be impossible for the rangers to control.
Knights and Daze: Hoping to become a member of King Arthur's Round Table, Snagglepuss does battle with the Stormy Knight.
Whistle-Stop and Go: In gratitude for being released from a dog catcher's wagon, Chopper gives Yakky a whistle, which the duck uses to call for help when Fibber Fox tries to eat him.
Episode 9 Airdate: March 27, 1961
Genial Genie: Yogi and Boo Boo find a lamp containing a genie, and Yogi wishes for a flying carpet.
The Gangsters All Here: Two gangsters use Snagglepuss' cave as a hideout.
Duck the Music: Yakky's terrible singing drives a cat to distraction.
Episode 10 Airdate: April 3, 1961
Cub Scout Boo Boo: When a boy scout troop sets up camp in Jellystone, Yogi and Boo Boo pose as scouts to get some food.
Having a Bowl: The Major's baby nephew runs away from home, and Snagglepuss brings him back.
School Fool: Yakky goes to school and is picked on by a bigger kid; Chopper disguises himself as a student so he can keep an eye on Yakky.
Episode 11 Airdate: April 10, 1961
Home Sweet Jellystone: When he inherits wealth and a mansion, Ranger Smith moves away from Jellystone.
Diaper Desperado: An outlaw called Big Hombre orders Snagglepuss to look after his baby, Little Hombre, while he goes off to rob a bank.
Oh Duckter: Yakky visits Chopper in the animal hospital, and Fibber Fox sneaks in to try to catch Yakky.
Episode 12 Airdate: April 17, 1961
Love-Bugged Bear: Yogi has been struck by Cupid's arrow (literally), and he's too busy pursuing a female bear to go after picnic baskets.
Arrow Error: Inspired by the story of Robin Hood, Snagglepuss sets out to be a champion for all in need — including an elephant who's escaped from the zoo.
It’s a Duck’s Life: Chopper's master is going duck hunting, and Chopper is trying to keep Yakky from being shot.
Episode 13 Airdate: April 24, 1961
"Bearface Disguise": Ranger Smith disguises himself as a bear, hoping to catch Yogi in the act of stealing picnic baskets.
Twice Shy: The Major's identical twin brother, Sir Clyde, believes that all animals should be free; Snagglepuss is confused when the Major keeps locking him in a cage and Sir Clyde keeps freeing him.
Happy Birthdaze: Yakky gets a birthday present for Chopper — a dinosaur bone from a museum.
Episode 14 Airdate: May 1, 1961
Slap Happy Birthday: Ranger Smith is trying to find out what Yogi is up to, not realizing that the bear is putting together a surprise birthday party for him.
Cloak and Stagger: When Snagglepuss tries to join the Three Musketeers, they trick him into thinking that the king is a spy.
Horse Collared: A farmer's old plow-horse mistakenly thinks that the farmer wants to shoot him, so Yakky helps him hide.
Episode 15 Airdate: May 8, 1961
A Bear Living: Yogi sets up a wishing well in the park, and uses the money people throw in to buy things.
Remember Your Lions: Snagglepuss finally gets to perform Shakespeare on stage, but Major Minor is sitting in the audience.
Ha-Choo to You!: Chopper has a cold, so Yakky brings him a basket full of goodies, which Fibber Fox tries to intercept (in the style of "Little Red Riding Hood").
Episode 16 Airdate: May 15, 1961
Disguise and Gals: Two bank robbers disguised as little old ladies hide out in Jellystone and conceal their loot in a picnic basket; naturally, Yogi gets involved.
Remember the Daze: The Major and Snagglepuss are guests on a television show called This Is Your Strife (a parody of This Is Your Life), and the former chases the latter through various TV studios, including the one Yogi Bear's show is in. This cartoon also includes parodies of You Bet Your Life, western shows, game shows, Frankenstein, and science fiction shows.
Foxy Proxy: When Yakky thinks that Fibber Fox is his mother, the fox finds that he can't bring himself to eat the duckling; this drives Fibber to see a psychiatrist.

Season 2

Episode 17 Airdate: September 16, 1961
Touch and Go-Go-Go: The bears' fairy godmother grants Yogi the power to turn anything he touches into a picnic basket (à la Midas).
Express Trained Lion: A mouse named Bigelow, whom Snagglepuss once freed from a mousetrap, is intent on freeing Snag from a zookeeper, despite the fact that the lion doesn't want to be freed. The main action takes place on a train, hence the title.
Count to Tenant: After a flea is "evicted" from a dog's hide, kind-hearted Yakky offers to let the flea live on Chopper.
Episode 18 Airdate: September 23, 1961
Acrobatty Yogi: Cindy Bear is in a circus, so Yogi runs off to join it; the circus owner get him a job as a lion tamer.
Jangled Jungle: Sick and tired of being part of a lion taming act, Snagglepuss runs away from the circus and goes back to the jungle, expecting to be the king of the beasts.
Shrunken Headache: Using a child's chemistry set, Fibber Fox creates a formula that shrinks Chopper down to Yakky's size, and the fox chases after the two of them.
Episode 19 Airdate: September 30, 1961
Ring-a-Ding Picnic Basket: Ranger Smith tries to trap Yogi with an alarm-rigged picnic basket, and fails; later Yogi mistakenly thinks the Ranger wants him shot.
Lion Tracks: A railroad company tries to put a track through Snagglepuss' cave, but Snag thwarts their efforts; the railroad then hires Major Minor to handle the situation.
The Most Ghost: Chopper and Yakky stay in an abandoned house for the night; Fibber Fox disguises himself as a ghost, hoping to scare Chopper away so he can catch Yakky.
Episode 20 Airdate: October 7, 1961
Iron Hand Jones: When Ranger Smith goes on vacation, his seat is filled by Ranger "Iron Hand" Jones, who's more of a strict disciplinarian than Yogi can stand.
Fight Fright: At the county fair, Snagglepuss is tired of being the target in an "African Dodger" type of game; he's talked into boxing with a kangaroo instead.
Stamp Scamp: Chopper gives Yakky a trading stamp so his book will be completely filled, but the wind keeps blowing the stamp away from them.
Episode 21 Airdate: October 14, 1961
Yogi’s Pest Guest: A Japanese bear who's a martial artist is transferred to Jellystone, and Yogi gets him addicted to picnic baskets.
Lions Share Sheriff: An outlaw is intent on shooting the sheriff of a western town; after their sheriff runs away, the people appoint Snagglepuss their sheriff.
All’s Well That Eats Well: Alfie Gator, in his first appearance, tries to catch Yakky so the 'gator can dine on roast duck.
Episode 22 Airdate: October 21, 1961
Missile Bound Yogi: The army has its war games in a sealed-off part of the park; when Yogi wanders in, he thinks Jellystone has been invaded.
Cagey Lion: Snagglepuss is being transported to the zoo on a riverboat; he escapes from his cage and poses as a riverboat gambler.
Foxy Friends: Bigelow the Mouse (from the Snagglepuss cartoon "Express Trained Lion") helps Yakky to stay out of Fibber Fox's clutches.
Episode 23 Airdate: October 28, 1961
Loco Locomotive: When a kiddie train is added to the park, Yogi becomes determined to ride it.
Charge That Lion: To evade hunters, Snagglepuss disguises himself as a soldier and winds up in an army camp.
Mad Mix Up: A mad scientist switches Chopper's and Yakky's brains, and the two of them drive Fibber Fox crazy.
Episode 24 Airdate: November 4, 1961
Missile-Bound Bear: The military builds a secret rocket-launching base in Jellystone, and Yogi, Boo Boo, and Ranger Smith all wind up inside a space-bound rocket. This cartoon contains a great deal of satire of the military.
By My Ghost: Snagglepuss visits an old English castle, which is haunted by a pair of mischievous ghosts.
Beach Brawl: Yakky and Chopper enjoy a day at the beach, until Fibber Fox starts chasing after Yakky again.
Episode 25 Airdate: November 11, 1961
A Wooin’ Bruin: Yogi and another bear compete for Cindy's affections by bringing her gifts, committing a rash of thefts throughout the park in the process.
Spring Hits a Snag: Snagglepuss protects a lioness named Lila (in her first appearance) from hunters by giving her shelter in his cave, but he soon finds her company less bearable than the hunters' bullets.
Duck Seasoning: Alfie Gator is hunting Yakky again; in this cartoon, Yakky is unusually self-reliant as he fights back against Alfy.
Episode 26 Airdate: November 18, 1961
Yogi in the City: After falling asleep in a tourist's trailer, Yogi finds himself dodging cars in the big city.
Legal Eagle Lion: A circuit judge is afraid to try a bank robber in a rough western town, so Snagglepuss steps in as judge, prosecutor, and a pair of witnesses.
Hasty Tasty: Fibber Fox and Alfie Gator are both after Yakky, and the two of them fight over who's going to get him.
Episode 27 Airdate: November 25, 1961
Queen Bee for a Day: Yogi has Boo Boo dress up as a queen bee to lure bees away from their honey-filled hive, but an entomologist starts chasing Boo Boo.
Don’t Know It Poet: In this takeoff of Cyrano de Bergerac, professional poet Cyril D. Snagglepuss is hired to help a suitor win a lady's heart, but something has gone wrong.
Nobody Home Duck: Yakky's wings are too weak to take him south for the impending winter, so Chopper tries to find him a home.
Episode 28 Airdate: December 2, 1961
Batty Bear: After sending in thousands of boxtops to a television show, Yogi receives a "Bat Guy" costume with functional bat-like wings, which he uses to swoop down on campers and steal their picnic baskets.
Tail Wag Snag: Major Minor tries again to catch Snagglepuss, this time with the aid of Snuffles.
Dog Pounded: Fibber Fox steals Chopper's dog tags and gets him captured by the dog catcher, thus leaving Yakky defenseless.
Episode 29 Airdate: December 9, 1961
Droop-a-Long Yogi: A television station is using part of Jellystone to shoot a western program, and Yogi and Ranger Smith get parts on the show.
Rent and Rave: To raise money for a trip, Snagglepuss rents out part of his cave, but his new tenant — Lila — is more than he can stand.
Witch Duck-ter: A witch is brewing a special recipe to celebrate her 110th birthday, and one of the ingredients is Yakky.
Episode 30 Airdate: December 16, 1961
Threadbare Bear: While being transported to the zoo, Yogi and Boo Boo escape into the woods, and start stealing food from stores and houses.
Footlight Fright: Major Minor uses psychology to capture Snagglepuss, by playing on his dreams of becoming an actor.
Full Course Meal: Alfie Gator invites Yakky to dinner, without mentioning that the duckling will be the main course; Yakky, however, brings his friend Chopper with him.
Episode 31 Airdate: December 23, 1961
Ice Box Raider: To prove that Yogi's been raiding his refrigerator, Ranger Smith rigs it with a practical joke; later, Yogi hatches a plan to get even.
One Two Many: Snagglepuss' identical twin brother Snaggletooth comes to stay for the summer, and the two of them inadvertently confuse Lila.
Baddie Buddies: Lost in the desert, Yakky tries to be friends with a dangerous outlaw, and his attentions prove to be detrimental to the outlaw.
Episode 32 Airdate: December 30, 1961
Bear Foot Soldiers: Series finale of Yogi Bear.
The army is playing war games in Jellystone, and one of the teams is disguising their soldiers as bears; of course, Yogi and Boo Boo get caught up in the games.
Royal Rodent: Series finale of Snagglepuss.
The king hires Snagglepuss to rid his castle of Bigelow the Mouse.
Judo Ex-Expert: Series finale of Yakky Doodle.
Yakky believes that he's now a Judo expert, and tries to fight Fibber Fox; Chopper secretly lends a hand.


Special / finale Airdate: January 6, 1962
Yogi’s Birthday Party (Parts 1, 2, and 3): In this 3-episode-length cartoon, Yogi is told that he'll be appearing on a television program. He tries to prepare for the show by taking lessons from Fred Upstairs, Boppy Barrin, and Lee B. Rocky (spoofs of Fred Astaire, Bobby Darin, and Liberace, respectively), but the lessons don't go well. Yogi is afraid that he'll ruin the show, but at the last minute he discovers that it's actually a surprise birthday tribute for him and that he doesn't have to do anything.

The "guests" who show up to honor Yogi include Ranger Smith, Huckleberry Hound, Quick Draw McGraw and Baba Looey, Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks, Snooper and Blabber, Snagglepuss, Hokey Wolf and Ding-A-Ling, Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy, Cindy Bear, Boo Boo, and Yakky Doodle.

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