A segment occurs where they are flying in outer space, and begin to see images of each other drawn in the stars.
Category:1980s American animated films. Category:Yogi Bear This is a Manufacture-on-Demand (MOD) release, available exclusively through Warner's online store and Amazon.com.[2].

Music by William Hanna - Lyrics by William Hanna and Dennis Marks, Sound Editors: David West, Roy Braverman, Paul Vitello, Track Readers: Yvonne Palmer, Jim Hearn, Kay Douglas, Kerry Iverson, Lee-Tsu Aries. In 1992 the Spruce Goose was moved from Long Beach to the Evergreen Avation & Space Museum located in McMinnville, Oregon, where it resides today.

They soon escape and exit the plane, but are soon trapped by The Dread Baron.

They believe everything is going to be okay until they see they are approaching the RMS Queen Mary, and will surely hit it. The gang arrives to save the animals. Behind the clouds the horse turns into a mad bull and chases Yogi and Quick Draw back into the clouds. Luckily, Bernice devises a plan to open the front of the Spruce Goose up, allowing the animals to come inside. They transform into "Earth animals" in an attempt to, once again, mingle among them. While the gang are eating in a cargo hold, Baron and Mumbly trap them in and take the controls of the Spruce Goose. Yogi Bear and the Magical Flight of the Spruce Goose is a 1987 television film produced by Hanna-Barbera as part of the Hanna-Barbera Superstars 10 series. Dread Baron, seeing his precious gold being thrown, jumps out of the plane to obtain it. With the Baron and Mumbly on board, the gang take off and head towards home. He then parachutes down and takes his place as their king, ordering all of their gold to be stored inside of the Spruce Goose. Yogi and his friends are sent on a magical trip around the world on the Spruce Goose, seemingly guiding them on missions to help out those that are in need. © 1987 Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Category:Hanna-Barbera animated films He instantly believes she was eaten by sharks, until he spots her hanging onto one of the Spruce Goose's propellers. Driving home, they hear the stories on the radio of how animals were saved at the South Pole and at the Zelman Sea, to which he claims nobody knows how that happened. Boo Boo then reminds Yogi that the south the birds are going to is for warmer temperatures, and that the South Pole is freezing cold. After ignoring a sign blocking an entrance door inside the Spruce Goose, Yogi leads his gang inside and shuts the door, accidentally locking them inside. The thing in the bushes is revealed to be Mumbly, who has crashed on the island along with the Dread Baron. On their way back home, the gang overhears on the radio of an unmanned ocean liner full of abandoned poached animals adrift on the Zelman Sea. The source of the noise turns out to be a young girl named Bernice. Category:Huckleberry Hound The gang then runs towards the plane to escape, with Dread Baron and Mumbly following.

Merkin and Firkin then decide to go somewhere else to begin their invasion. This plan works at first, but soon backfires when the doors crack open, letting tons of seawater in and causing the ship to begin sinking.

All of a sudden, they are startled by a gigantic rumbling sound.

While they are flying south, they notice a flock of birds flying south too. The gang becomes nervous at the thought, but are then reassured when Yogi switches back on the radio to hear another telling of the same story.

They see Bernice and her mom in a car beside them as she tries to tell her mom about their story. He strains to pull the wheel backwards and just narrowly allows the Spruce Goose to land safely back on the water.

Yogi goes outside and notices she's gone.

They then walk throughout the large aircraft trying to find a way out after many attempts fail to open the door, most notably one involving ramming it with a ladder that knocks most of them unconscious. After passing through a cloud, they witness an event where a young boy, appearing to be a satyr, plays an instrument that leads a Pegasus-like horse out of hiding. When she goes out to check on the status of the penguins, she slips from the frozen wings.

He then jumps on the back of the horse and begins to ride it away, when Yogi and Quick Draw attempt to rope the winged horse. On July 28, 1988 (1988-07-28), the movie was released on VHS videocassette in the United States.

Acesta se difuzează în sindicare ca parte a seriei de filme Hanna-Barbera Superstars 10. Yogi Bear and the Magical Flight of the Spruce Goose is a 1987 television film produced by Hanna-Barbera as part of the Hanna-Barbera Superstars 10 series.

Afterwards, they all get back in Yogi's "Jollyday Tours" van and prepare to go home. The SPRUCE GOOSE is located in Long Beach, California, Produced in Association with: Wang Film Productions Co., Ltd., Cuckoo's Nest Studio, Supervising Directors: Shivan Ramsaran, Janine Dawson, Bill Perkins. In the sky appears, once again, the alien spacecraft containing Merkin and Ferkin, who prepare to begin their invasion of the isle of Moolah-Moolah. The Dread Baron and Mumbly accomplish this task, although they had to face a cave full of bats, a large and strange lizard, and other obstacles. Mumbly then awakens Dread Baron and attempts to tell him of the plane.

Yogi claims he knows how it all happened as he and the gang cheer for the Spruce Goose.

They then let it go to "fly to Miami with his mommy for the winter." The gang then takes off and begins searching for land. His attempt to turn the propeller around to get her back up works, but also backfires as Yogi is now in her same predicament. Bernice devises a plan to park the Spruce Goose between the island and the main body of land, allowing the penguins to walk across the wings. Special thanks to the Weather Corporation for its cooperation with the production of this program. From the clouds, a small spaceship with Merkin and Firkin appear as they prepare for invasion of the "United States of California." The engines turn on, blowing Yogi, Bernice, and Quick Draw off the wing onto a small iceberg.
The aliens see the gigantic plane coming towards them, and are thrown off course spinning.

On the end credits of the movie is was stated that "The Spruce Goose is located in Long Beach California". They successfully bring the bird back on the plane and bandage up its wing. They are about to attack when they are startled by the oncoming Spruce Goose. A segment then occurs where the Spruce Goose is in outer space, and the gang begins seeing images of each other drawn in the stars. The thing in the bushes is revealed to be Mumbly, who has crashed on the island along with the Dread Baron. Yogi claims he knows how it all happened as he and the gang cheer for the Spruce Goose. Still trapped on board, Yogi and the gang hear the chant of the tribal men ("Moolah-moolah, ma-la goolah"). However, as of 2009, the videocassette is now out of print.

With all of the gold gone, the Spruce Goose regains its full power and flies back towards Long Beach, California. Category:1987 films The two-hour film aired in syndication.

Yogi Bear and the Magical Flight of the Spruce Goose is a 1987 animated made-for-television film produced by Hanna-Barbera as part of the Hanna-Barbera Superstars 10 series.