Yogi Bear and the Three Stooges

Can’t tell you much about this mid-’60s record album, but it might entertain you.

Yogi Bear and the Three Stooges

(via LP Cover Lover, thanks Chappell Ellison)


  • http://www.awprunes.blogspot.com/ Larry Levine

    I’m curious if Moe, Larry & Curly Joe did their own voices, I still cringe remembering the ‘fake’ Stooge vocals from The All-New Scooby Doo Movies.

  • http://AviewfromaGoon Marc Greisinger

    I’ve been searching for this record since I first read about it 25 years ago in the 3 Stooges Scrapbook. In answer to L. Levine’s question yes, the Stooges provided their own voices and Daws Butler and Don Messick did Yogi, Boo Boo and Ranger Smith. THIS IS WHY I WANT IT.

  • Robert Schaad

    Wow! This looks amazing. A meeting of the minds.

  • Killroy McFate

    Hilarious! If only they’d replaced one of the “Mad”s with “Mod”!!!

  • Brian Kidd

    Wow! That cover is almost pure nightmare fuel! Still, I’d love to hear it.

  • http://mostlyghostlymusicsharingblaaahhhggg.yuku.com Dave

    You can find the download link for it by requesting to join here:

    http://mostlyghostlymusicsharingblaaahhhggg.yuku.com/topic/453

  • Brent Seguine

    Story and production details for this 1966 LP are available in “The Three Stooges Scrapbook,” pgs. 191-193.

    Three Stooges recording history (LPs, 45s and 78s)…
    http://www.threestooges.net/discography.php

  • http://classicshowbiz.blogspot.com Kliph

    I can also tell you more about the people responsible for this here:

    http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2007/08/the-vinyl-side-.html

  • C. Augusto Valdés

    the guy’s old blog still has a working d/l link, hxxp://childrensrecordsandmore.blogspot.com/2007/08/yogi-bear-and-3-stooges-meet-dr-no-no.html, no need to register at the other site

  • Jorge Garrido

    ZOMG TORRENT PLOX!!!!!!!!!1!!1!

    Seriously, though, I’m downloading as we speak from the link above.

  • http://blog.dwacon.com Dwacon

    I wonder if I had that as a kid? My mom seemed to be clumsy with the albums that annoyed her when I played them repeatedly. I might hear, “Whoops… CRASH!”

  • opello

    http://sharebee.com/189e7ff5 (from the blogspot link above)

    Ironically, using a free service, mentions in the side bar of his site to not direct link as it’s “stealing bandwidth.” Well, in the spirit of “you’re using a free service, so share the wealth” here’s the direct link.

  • http://www.xenutv.com Mark Bunker

    I had this record as a kid! I don’t recall much about it at all but I wasn’t about to pass up the Stooges and Yogi in one album. And nothing has changed in 40 years as I am not passing up downloading this file.

  • Nathan Cormier

    Hehe, I just found some old vinyls in my closet and this was the first one that caught my eye among the Cheap Trick and SuperTramp.

  • Susan

    I still have my vinyl copy of this from when I was just a baby. It’s full of pops and cracks and I just LOVE it still. I need a digital copy.

  • Jerry Sciarrio

    I also have a “real” copy of this classic. I think it would translate directly to animated fare as well. Hand Drawn, that is. In true H-B style. The Stooges did a great job and you can really see it happen as you listen to the story.