List of The Huckleberry Hound Show episodes

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The following is an episode list for the American animated television series The Huckleberry Hound Show (1958–61). Each episode of the first two seasons comprises a Huckleberry Hound cartoon, a Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks cartoon, and a Yogi Bear cartoon. In seasons three and four, Hokey Wolf cartoons replace the Yogi Bear segments.

Series overview[edit]

At present, the first season has been released on DVD by Warner Home Video.[1] There are currently no plans by Warner Home Video to release the remaining three seasons (42 episodes) on DVD.

Season Episodes First-run cartoons Premiered: Ended: DVD set release date
1 26 66 1958.10.02 1959.03.26 2005.11.15
2 13 39 1959.09.14 1960.02.22 --
3 13 39 1960.09.11 1960.12.04 --
4 16 34 1961.08.18 1961.12.01 --

List of episodes[edit]

Some episodes repeat cartoons from earlier episodes. In the following list, —rr— denotes a previously-aired (rerun) cartoon.

Season 1: 1958–59[edit]

Ep Huckleberry Hound Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks Yogi Bear Air date Credited animators
1 1 "Huckleberry Hound Meets Wee Willie" (Pilot) "Cousin Tex" (Pilot) "Yogi Bear's Big Break" (Pilot) 1958.10.02 Kenneth Muse,
Carlo Vinci
2 2 "Lion-Hearted Huck" "Judo Jack" "Slumber Party Smarty" 1958.10.09 Kenneth Muse,
Lewis Marshall
3 3 "Tricky Trapper" "Kit Kat Kit" "Pie-Pirates" 1958.10.16 Kenneth Muse,
Michael Lah
4 4 "Sir Huckleberry Hound" "Jinks’ Mice Device" "Big Bad Bully" 1958.10.23 Lewis Marshall,
Kenneth Muse,
Carlo Vinci
5 5 "Sheriff Huckleberry" "Pistol Packin’ Pirate" "Foxy Hound-Dog" 1958.10.30 Kenneth Muse,
Michael Lah,
Lewis Marshall
6 6 "Rustler Hustler Huck" "Scaredycat Dog" "Big Brave Bear" 1958.11.06 Lewis Marshall,
Kenneth Muse,
Michael Lah
7 7 "Freeway Patrol" "Little Bird-Mouse" "Tally Ho Ho Ho" 1958.11.13 Kenneth Muse,
Lewis Marshall,
Carlo Vinci
8 8 "Cock-a-doodle Huck" "Jiggers… It’s Jinks!" "High Fly Guy" 1958.11.20 Carlo Vinci,
Lewis Marshall,
Michael Lah
9 9 "Two Corny Crows" "The Ghost with the Most" "Baffled Bear" 1958.11.27 Kenneth Muse
10 10 —rr— "The Ace of Space" "The Brave Little Brave" 1958.12.04 Kenneth Muse,
Michael Lah,
Lewis Marshall (actually Carlo Vinci)
11 11 "Fireman Huck" "Jinks Junior" —rr— 1958.12.11 Kenneth Muse,
Lewis Marshall
12 12 "Dragon-Slayer Huck" —rr— "The Stout Trout" 1958.12.18 Kenneth Muse,
Lewis Marshall,
Carlo Vinci,
Michael Lah
13 13 —rr— "Jinks The Butler" "The Buzzin’ Bear" 1958.12.25 Kenneth Muse,
Carlo Vinci
14 14 "Hookey Daze" "Jinks' Flying Carpet" —rr— 1959.01.01 Carlo Vinci,
Kenneth Muse
15 15 "Skeeter Trouble" —rr— "The Runaway Bear" 1959.01.08 Carlo Vinci,
Kenneth Muse
16 16 —rr— "Puppet Pals" "Be My Guest Pest" 1959.01.15 Lewis Marshall,
Carlo Vinci
17 17 "Sheep-Shape Sheepherder" "Mark of the Mouse" —rr— 1959.01.22 Carlo Vinci
18 18 "Barbecue Hound" —rr— "Duck in Luck" 1959.01.29 Kenneth Muse,
Carlo Vinci
19 19 —rr— "Dinky Jinks" "Bear on a Picnic" 1959.02.05 Carlo Vinci
20 20 "Hokum Smokum" "Hypnotize Surprise" —rr— 1959.02.12 Carlo Vinci,
Lewis Marshall
21 21 "Bird House Blues" —rr— "Prize Fight Fright" 1959.02.19 Carlo Vinci,
Kenneth Muse
22 22 "Postman Panic" "Nice Mice" "Brainy Bear" 1959.02.26 Carlo Vinci,
Kenneth Muse
23 23 "Ski Champ Chump" "King-Size Surprise" "Robin Hood Yogi" 1959.03.05 Lewis Marshall,
Kenneth Muse
24 24 "Lion Tamer Huck" "Cat-Nap Cat" "Daffy Daddy" 1959.03.12 Michael Lah,
Kenneth Muse,
Carlo Vinci
25 25 "Little Red Riding Huck" "Mouse-Nappers" "Scooter Looter" 1959.03.19 Lewis Marshall,
Kenneth Muse,
Carlo Vinci
26 26 "The Tough Little Termite" "Boxing Buddy" "Hide and Go Peek" 1959.03.26 Kenneth Muse

Season 2: 1959–60[edit]

Ep Huckleberry Hound Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks Yogi Bear Air date Credited animators
27 1 "Ten Pin Alley" "Hi-Fido" "Show Biz Bear" 1959.09.14 Ed Love,
Manuel Perez,
Don Patterson
28 2 "Grim Pilgrim" "Rapid Robot" "Lullabye-Bye Bear" 1959.09.21 Kenneth Muse,
Carlo Vinci,
George Nicholas
29 3 "Jolly Roger and Out" "Sour Puss" "Bare Face Bear" 1959.09.28 Kenneth Muse,
Ed Love,
Gerard Baldwin
30 4 "Somebody's Lion" "King Size Poodle" "Papa Yogi" 1959.10.26 Dick Lundy,
Carlo Vinci,
George Nicholas
31 5 "A Bully Dog" "Mighty Mite" "Stranger Ranger" 1959.11.02 Kenneth Muse,
Lewis Marshall
32 6 "Nottingham and Yeggs" "Bird Brained Cat" "Rah Rah Bear" 1959.11.23 Ed Love,
Don Patterson,
Carlo Vinci
33 7 "Huck the Giant Killer" "Batty Bat" "Bear for Punishment" 1959.11.30 Dick Lundy,
Don Williams,
Gerard Baldwin
34 8 "Cop and Saucer" "Lend-Lease Meece" "Nowhere Bear" 1959.12.21 Ed Love,
George Nicholas
35 9 "Pony Boy Huck" "A Good Good Fairy" "Wound-Up Bear" 1959.12.28 Laverne Harding,
Lewis Marshall,
Don Patterson
36 10 "Pet Vet" "Heavens to Jinksy" "Bewitched Bear" 1960.01.18 Carlo Vinci,
Kenneth Muse,
Don Patterson
37 11 "Piccadilly Dilly" "Goldfish Fever" "Hoodwinked Bear" 1960.01.25 Don Patterson,
Dick Lundy,
George Nicholas
38 12 "Wiki Waki Huck" "Pushy Cat" "Snow White Bear" 1960.02.15 Lewis Marshall,
Carlo Vinci,
George Nicholas
39 13 "Huck’s Hack" "Puss in Boats" "Space Bear" 1960.02.22 Don Patterson,
Dick Lundy

Season 3: 1960[edit]

Ep Huckleberry Hound Plot Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks Plot Hokey Wolf Plot Air date Credited Animators
40 1 "Spud Dud" "High Jinks" Jinks forces Pixie and Dixie to take part in his project of going to the moon; Jinks then has to rescue them from a cheese factory. "Tricks And Treats" (Pilot) Hokey and Ding-A-Ling set up Farmer Smith to gain free food handouts. Hokey then summons the news press to ensure his success. 1960.09.11 George Nicholas, Dick Lundy, Don Patterson
41 2 "Legion Bound Hound" "Price for Mice" Jinks tricks Pixie and Dixie into getting painted white, so he can sell them to a lab. His curiosity soon gets him on a launch to the moon. "Hokey Dokey" Hokey and Ding-A-Ling go house hunting. Hokey scares the three little pigs out of their house, but the pigs and the Big Bad Wolf teach him a lesson. 1960.09.18 Kenneth Muse, Bob Carr
42 3 "Science Friction" "Plutocrat Cat" Pixie and Dixie move to a rich cat's place to escape from Jinks; while Jinks is lonesome, some luxuries disagree with the mice. "Lamb-Basted Wolf" After Hokey reads Ding-A-Ling the story of "The Boy who Cried Wolf", Hokey uses the idea to nab some sheep, but his plans backfire on him. 1960.09.25 Ed Love, Lewis Marshall, Hicks Lokey
43 4 "Nuts Over Mutts" "Pied Piper Pipe" "Which Witch Is Witch" 1960.10.02 Ed Love, Don Patterson, George Nicholas
44 5 "Knight School" "Woo for Two" Jinks is in love with Brigette. To his surprise she's engaged to another cat. Pixie and Dixie try to sort the problem out. "Pick a Chick" Hokey and Ding-A-Ling go to raid the farmer's hen house. First they have to trick watchdog Douglas. Little do they know, is that the farmer wants to be rid of those chickens. 1960.10.09 Lewis Marshall, Bob Carr, Ed deMattia
45 6 "Huck Hound’s Tale" "Party Peeper Jinks" After Jinks rejects Pixie and Dixie from his party, Rocky decides to teach Jinks' a lesson, which makes Jinks distrust his invited friends. "Robot Plot" A chicken farmer fed up with Hokey's egg snatching, makes a robot to dispose of him. After a brief chase, Hokey reprograms the robot to get the farmer. 1960.10.16 Ed deMattia, Dick Lundy, ?
46 7 "The Unmasked Avenger" "A Wise Quack" "Boobs In the Woods" 1960.10.23 Don Williams, Bob Carr, ?
47 8 "Hillbilly Huck" "Missile Bound Cat" "Castle Hassle" 1960.10.30 Hicks Lokey, Lewis Marshall, Bob Carr
48 9 "Fast Gun Huck" "Kind to Meeces Week" Spike tries to convince Jinks it is "Be Kind to Animals Week". When Jinks gets the message, Pixie and Dixie take advantage of this. "Booty on the Bounty" 1960.11.06 Brad Case, Hicks Lokey, Allen Wilzbach
49 10 "Astro-nut Huck" "Crew Cat" Jinks takes Pixie and Dixie aboard ship to get the job of ship's cat. Knowing they've been used, the mice deliver payback to Jinks. "Hokey in the Pokey" Two thieves have stolen a valuable painting and hide in Hokey's cave. Ten months later they try to take the painting from the wolves at gunpoint until the wolves turn over to the police. 1960.11.13 Lewis Marshall, Brad Case, Don Patterson
50 11 "Huck and Ladder" "Jinxed Jinks" "Who’s Zoo" 1960.11.20 Hicks Lokey, Art Davis Robert Bentley
51 12 "Lawman Huck" "Light Headed Cat" Jinks has applied for a job, which unknown to him will have his gravity removed. A monkey keeps Jinks in anti-gravity for a long time. "Dogged Sheep Dog" Hokey convinces a sheep dog to train Ding-A-Ling as a sheep dog in order to steal a lamb. But the training is hindering Hokey's attempts. 1960.11.27 Bob Carr, Lewis Marshall, ?
52 13 "Cluck and Dagger" "Mouse for Rent" Jinks starts up a renting service, where cats can rent Pixie and Dixie. When the business starts to prosper, the mice take over. "Too Much to Bear" Hokey and Ding-A-Ling go the Three Bears house to acquire their food and beds under the pretext of detective work, until they are met with the house burglar Light fingers Louie. 1960.12.04 Art Davis, Bob Carr, ?

Season 4: 1961[edit]

Ep Huckleberry Hound Plot Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks Plot Hokey Wolf Plot Air date Credited Animators
53 1 "Caveman Huck" "Jinks’ Jinx" "Movies Are Bitter Than Ever" 1961.08.18 George Goepper, Emil Carle, Lewis Marshall
54 2 "Huck of the Irish" "Fresh Heir" "Poached Yeggs" 1961.08.25 Laverne Harding, Ed Love
55 3 "Jungle Bungle" "Strong Mouse" "Rushing Wolf Hound" 1961.09.01 Ralph Somerville, Hicks Lokey, Don Patterson
56 4 "Bullfighter Huck" "Bombay Mouse" "The Glass Sneaker" 1961.09.08 Ken Southworth, John Boersema, ?
57 5 "Ben Huck" "Mouse Trapped" "Indian Giver" 1961.09.15 John Boersema, Kenneth O'Brien, ?
58 6 "Huck de Paree" "Magician Jinks" Jinks receives a magic kit. With it he makes Pixie and Dixie, disappear. The mice aided by a bulldog, get even with him. "Chock Full Chuck Wagon" Hokey attempts to get close to a Chuck wagon to swipe some of the sheriff's food. Just when the wolves drive the sheriff away, marauding buffalo drive them away. 1961.09.22 Ken Southworth, Edwin Parks, Kenneth Muse
59 7 "Bars and Stripes" "Meece Missiles" "Bring ’Em Back a Live One" 1961.09.29 John Boersema, Carlo Vinci, C. L. Hartman
60 8 "The Scrubby Brush Man" "Homeless Jinks" "A Star Is Bored" 1961.10.06 Edwin Parks, Kenneth O'Brien, Ed Love
61 9 "Two for Tee Vee" (Series Finale) "Home Flea" (Series Finale) "West of the Pesos" 1961.10.13 Don Towsley, John Boersema, Allen Wilzbach
62 10 —rr— —rr— "Phony-O and Juliet" 1961.10.20 Robert Bentley
63 11 —rr— —rr— "Hokey’s Missing Millions" 1961.10.27 Don Williams
64 12 —rr— —rr— "Loot to Boot" 1961.11.03 Robert Bentley
65 13 —rr— —rr— "Guesting Games" 1961.11.10 ?
66 14 —rr— —rr— "Sick Sense" 1961.11.17 ?
67 15 —rr— —rr— "Aladdin’s Lamb Chops" 1961.11.24 Hicks Lokey
68 16 —rr— —rr— "Bean Pod’ners" (Series Finale) 1961.12.01 ?

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