Cartoon Resource entry #093D - Yogi's Treasure Hunt (1985)


ORIGINAL AIRDATES: Sep 6, 1985-Sep 1988 in syndication
RERUNS: 1992-1999 on Cartoon Network,
ANIMATION BY: Hanna-Barbera
DISTRIBUTED and OWNED BY: Warner Bros. Television and Turner Entertainment


Yogi’s Treasure Hunt originally aired as part of the nationally syndicated Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera. This is the last Yogi Bear cartoon to feature the original voice actor, Daws Butler, as he passed away in 1988.

1st Season (1985-1986)

#01 Riddle In the Middle of the Earth (09.06.1985)
#02 Bungle In the Jungle (09.13.1985)
#03 Countdown Drac (09.20.1985)
#04 The Return of El Kabong (09.27.1985)
#05 Ole the Red Nose Viking (10.04.1985)
#06 The Curse of Tutti Frutti (10.11.1985)
#07 Yogi and the Unicorn (10.18.1985)
#08 The Case of the Hopeless Diamond (10.25.1985)
#09 Merlin's Lost Book of Magic (11.01.1985)
#10 Beverly Hills Flop (11.08.1985)

2nd Season (1986-1987)

#11 Follow the Yellow Brick Gold (11.07.1986)
#12 To Bee Or Not To Bee, That Is the Treasure (11.14.1986)
#13 Heavens to Planetoid (11.21.1986)
#14 Beswitched, Buddha'd, and Bewildered (12.05.1986)
#15 There's No Place Like Nome (12.12.1986)
#16 The Great American Treasure (01.02.1987)
#17 Huckle Hero (01.09.1987)
#18 The Moaning Liza (01.16.1987)

3rd Season (1987-1988)

#19 Snow White and the 7 Treasure Hunters (11.06.1987)
#20 Yogi's Heroes (11.13.1987)
#21 The Attack of Dr. Mars (11.20.1987)
#22 20,000 Leaks Under the Sea (12.04.1987)
#23 Goodbye, Mr. Chump (12.11.1987)
#24 Yogi Bear On the Air (02.05.1988)
#25 Yogi and the Beanstalk (02.12.1988)
#26 The Greed Monster (02.19.1988)
#27 Secret Agent Bear (03.25.1988)


Charlie Adler (1956) as Greed Monster
Julie Bennett as Cindy Bear, United Nations Speaker
Daws Butler (1916-1988) as Yogi Bear, Snagglepuss, Huckleberry Hound, Quick Draw McGraw, Augie Doggie, Snooper and Blabber, Baba Looey, Undercover Elephant, Yippee Coyote, Hokey Wolf, Lippy the Lion, Mr. Jinks, Peter Potamus
Hamilton Camp (1934-2005) as Mike Walnuts
Pat Carroll (1927) as Wicked Queen
Vance Colvig Jr. (1918-1991) as Chopper
Richard Erdman (1925) as Happy Bing
Linda Gary (1944-1995) as Lady Creampuff
Dick Gautier (1931-2017) as Inka-Dinka Tribe leader
Stacy Keach, Sr. (1914-2003) as Dinky Dalton
Gail Matthius (1953) as Square Rock
Edie McClurg (1951) as Dr. Mars
Don Messick (1926-1997) as Boo Boo Bear, Ranger Smith, Muttley, Narrator, President of Amnesia, Ricochet Rabbit, Touché Turtle, Ruff, President of Amnesia
Gary Owens (1934-2015) as Narrator
Rob Paulsen (1956) as Hansel
Ann Ryerson (1949) as Woman In the Mirror
Marilyn Schreffler (1945-1988) as Little Girl, Nathan
Arnold Stang (1918-2009) as Top Cat
John Stephenson (1923-2015) as Doggie Daddy, Officer Dibble, The President of Rhubarbia, Magnifico the Magician, King Tutti-Frutti
Andre Stojka (1944) as Professor Whobigone Sprock
Russi Taylor (1944) as Penelope Pitstop, Candy Girl, Mom
Jean Vander Pyl (1919-1999) as Ma Rugg
Janet Waldo (1920-2016) as Cindy Bear, Little Red Riding Hood, Gretel, Witch
Lennie Weinrib (1935-2006) as Pink Pussycat
Jimmy Weldon (1923) as Yakky Doodle
Frank Welker (1946) as President, The College Dean, Ziltch, Jabberjaw, Good Night Show Host, Various Animal & Monster voices
Paul Winchell (1922-2005) as Dick Dastardly, Policeman
Jonathan Winters (1925-2013) as Ollie the Red-Nosed Viking

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