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  • Cindy Bear
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  • Title and short intro here.
  • Cindy Bear is the girlfriend of Yogi Bear, and a member of his Laff-a-Lympics team, the Yogi Yahooeys.
  • Cindy Bear is Yogi Bear's chaffeur in the Hanna-Barbera series, Yogi Bear. She is Yogi's love interest. Their relationship is on again, off again. Also, their relationship is almost always unrequited one side, but the one persuing the other differs from time to time.
  • ' 'Cindy Bear is Yogi Bear's love-interest from the show Yogi Bear. She is a female bear who is getting Yogi to be in love with her.
  • She is an anthropomorphic bear with light brown fur. She usually wears a flower behind one ear and often carries a parasol.
  • Cindy Bear is the love-interest of Yogi Bear and a resident of Jellystone Park. She speaks with a pronounced Southern accent, and carries a parasol. Cindy rarely engages in the same antics as Yogi and Boo-Boo and does not share the same antagonistic relationship with Ranger Smith. Her romance with Yogi Bear is typically portrayed as on-again/off-again, with her pursuing him while he avoids and evades her advances. Just as often, however, Yogi is shown to return her affections.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Cindy Bear is a character from the animated television series The Yogi Bear Show. She is Yogi Bear's Southern-accented love interest who rarely engages in the same antics as him and Boo Boo and does not share the same antagonistic relationship with Ranger Smith. Her romance with Yogi is typically portrayed as on-again/off-again, with her pursuing him while he avoids and evades her advances. Just as often, however, Yogi is shown to return her affections.
  • Cindy Bear originally appeared in the shorts "Acrobatty Bear", "A Wooin' Bruin" and the three-parter "Yogi's Birthday Party", where her fur was blue, but it was later changed to a light gray-beige to match that of Yogi (dark brown) and Boo Boo (light tan) in Hey There, It's Yogi Bear! in 1964. In this same film, Cindy sported a very light-blue skirt, and a very light-yellow scarf tied about her neck. She also wore a hat in the original 1961 cartoons, and in a few of her later appearances as well. In 2015 Yogi Bear 2 will be announced that Warner Bros. would film a 2nd live-action/animated film similar to Fox and Bagdasarian's Alvin & the Chipmunks. It stars Tom Cavanagh as Ranger Smith, T. J. Miller as Ranger Jones, Dan Aykroyd as the voice of Yogi Bear, Justin Timberlake as the voice of B
  • Cindy Bear originally appeared in the shorts "Acrobatty Bear", "A Wooin' Bruin" and the three-parter "Yogi's Birthday Party", where her fur was blue, but it was later changed to a light gray-beige to match that of Yogi (dark brown) and Boo Boo (light tan) in Hey There, It's Yogi Bear! in 1964. In this same film, Cindy sported a very light-blue skirt, and a very light-yellow scarf tied about her neck. She also wore a hat in the original 1961 cartoons, and in a few of her later appearances as well. Her personality also changed from her original episodes to the movie. In the original shorts she was usually not portrayed in a very positive light, and was very self centered. However in the movie, when she was turned into Yogi's love interest she was made more sympathetic and was given a sweeter
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  • Yogi's First Christmas
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  • Jean Klinordlinger
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  • 1961
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  • Tan
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  • Laff-a-Lympian
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  • Black
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  • Brown
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  • "Acrobatty Bear"
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  • : The Swiss Alps and Tokyo, Japan
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  • Title and short intro here.
  • Cindy Bear is the girlfriend of Yogi Bear, and a member of his Laff-a-Lympics team, the Yogi Yahooeys.
  • Cindy Bear originally appeared in the shorts "Acrobatty Bear", "A Wooin' Bruin" and the three-parter "Yogi's Birthday Party", where her fur was blue, but it was later changed to a light gray-beige to match that of Yogi (dark brown) and Boo Boo (light tan) in Hey There, It's Yogi Bear! in 1964. In this same film, Cindy sported a very light-blue skirt, and a very light-yellow scarf tied about her neck. She also wore a hat in the original 1961 cartoons, and in a few of her later appearances as well. Her personality also changed from her original episodes to the movie. In the original shorts she was usually not portrayed in a very positive light, and was very self centered. However in the movie, when she was turned into Yogi's love interest she was made more sympathetic and was given a sweeter personality.
  • Cindy Bear is Yogi Bear's chaffeur in the Hanna-Barbera series, Yogi Bear. She is Yogi's love interest. Their relationship is on again, off again. Also, their relationship is almost always unrequited one side, but the one persuing the other differs from time to time.
  • ' 'Cindy Bear is Yogi Bear's love-interest from the show Yogi Bear. She is a female bear who is getting Yogi to be in love with her.
  • She is an anthropomorphic bear with light brown fur. She usually wears a flower behind one ear and often carries a parasol.
  • Cindy Bear originally appeared in the shorts "Acrobatty Bear", "A Wooin' Bruin" and the three-parter "Yogi's Birthday Party", where her fur was blue, but it was later changed to a light gray-beige to match that of Yogi (dark brown) and Boo Boo (light tan) in Hey There, It's Yogi Bear! in 1964. In this same film, Cindy sported a very light-blue skirt, and a very light-yellow scarf tied about her neck. She also wore a hat in the original 1961 cartoons, and in a few of her later appearances as well. In 2015 Yogi Bear 2 will be announced that Warner Bros. would film a 2nd live-action/animated film similar to Fox and Bagdasarian's Alvin & the Chipmunks. It stars Tom Cavanagh as Ranger Smith, T. J. Miller as Ranger Jones, Dan Aykroyd as the voice of Yogi Bear, Justin Timberlake as the voice of Boo Boo Bear and Amy Adams as the voice of Cindy Bear. It can be released on August 6, 2017.
  • Cindy Bear is the love-interest of Yogi Bear and a resident of Jellystone Park. She speaks with a pronounced Southern accent, and carries a parasol. Cindy rarely engages in the same antics as Yogi and Boo-Boo and does not share the same antagonistic relationship with Ranger Smith. Her romance with Yogi Bear is typically portrayed as on-again/off-again, with her pursuing him while he avoids and evades her advances. Just as often, however, Yogi is shown to return her affections.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Cindy Bear is a character from the animated television series The Yogi Bear Show. She is Yogi Bear's Southern-accented love interest who rarely engages in the same antics as him and Boo Boo and does not share the same antagonistic relationship with Ranger Smith. Her romance with Yogi is typically portrayed as on-again/off-again, with her pursuing him while he avoids and evades her advances. Just as often, however, Yogi is shown to return her affections. Cindy's only appearance in a Christmas special was the 1980 telefilm Yogi's First Christmas. During Yogi's attempt to coach a Christmas caroling session, Boo Boo runs off and wakes Cindy out of her hibernation, requesting her help with the caroling. Cindy initially declines, since she's supposed to be hibernating, but when Boo Boo mentions that Yogi could lose his job because of this, Cindy, due to her love and concern for Yogi, immediately changes her mind and joins the chorus. Afterward, Mr. Dingwell, the manager of the hotel, gives her a job as a waitress. After Boo Boo introduces her to the concept of mistletoe, Cindy repeatedly attempts to get Yogi to kiss her under the mistletoe, but to no avail. Eventually, at the lodge's Christmas party, Yogi (dressed as Santa Claus) crowns her Miss Jellystone park and finally gives her the mistletoe kiss she wanted. In response, Cindy then sings that she's going to start using the mistletoe every day.
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