Yogi Bear (126)
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In 1976 the Hanna Barbera studios licensed the likeness of their cartoon star Yogi Bear to appear on a simple molded-pastic camera for 126 film (as used in the Kodak Instamatic series.) A lens is hidden inside his mouth. The camera was originally sold on a display card with a drawing of Yogi "sledding" downhill in a picnic basket while holding a Yogi camera.
There are also unrelated "Yogi Bear" cameras for 127 film.