Yogi Bear and the Three Stooges Meet the Mad, Mad, Mad Dr. No-No

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Yogi Bear and the Three Stooges Meet the Mad, Mad, Mad Dr. No-No
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Studio album by The Three Stooges
Released 1966
Genre Comedy
Label Hanna-Barbera Records
Producer Hanna-Barbera

Yogi Bear and the Three Stooges Meet the Mad, Mad, Mad Dr. No-No is a 1966 comedy album produced and released by Hanna-Barbera Records. The album presents the Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly-Joe DeRita) as inept park rangers who are called upon to rescue Yogi Bear (played by Daws Butler) after he is kidnapped by Dr. No-No, a nefarious scientist who invented a machine that turns people into animals. This was the final album recorded by the Three Stooges. [1] [2]

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References

  1. Greg & Jeff Lenburg and Joan Howard Maurer (1994). The Three Stooges Scrapbook. Citadel Press. p. 191–193. ISBN   0-8065-0946-5.
  2. Ronald L. Smith (1993). The Stooge Fans' I.Q. Test. SP Books. p. 150. ISBN   1-56171-217-5.