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Another great and classic Hanna-Barbera masterpiece that I wish were stiil on the air today.
Another Hanna-Barbera masterpiece that I wish were still on the air today. Another show that got bit by the "it's too violent" bug. This was a load up "Beep" and everyone knows it today. It was a fun show and even showed the difference between good and evil. There was nothing in this show that was going to make a normal kid turn violent. Its the same thing with porn. There is nothing in these things that is going to make a normal person flip. People who are unbalanced are just unbalanced. There is nothing about porn or a cartoon that is going to make someone evil.moreless
Oh My Darling Clementine!
Huckleberry Hound Is A Great Cartoon That Everyone Can Love. Huckleberry Was One Hanna-Barabera (The Same People Who Made The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Yogi Bear, Scooby Doo First Stars.
Huckleberry Hound Has Had More Jobs Than Any Other Cartoon Star I Have Every Know He Been...
A Police "Ossifer", a Sheriff, a "Liron" Tamer, a Mailman, a Fireman, a Sheepherder, a Mountie,
And That ONLY In the First Season Of the Show
If You Want To See Huck You Can Buy the First Season (With Pixie and Dixie and Yogi Bear) On DVD or You Can Watch It On Boomerang
A blue dog singing "Oh my darling Clementine" all the time? How could you not like this show?!
Huckleberry Hound was a great series when it first aried (so I've heard; I wasn't born when it first aired, but I've seen reruns), and I'm sure it would be a hit if it would return to TV today.
I guess the things that made Huck so funny were his Southern accent, his "theme song" ("Oh my darling Clementine") and his unique free-spirit way of living.
Also, this show is considered a classic because each episode provides a different story-line, with Huck always playing a different character, including a policeman, a fireman, a medieval knight, a TV repair man, an ancient Roman gladiator, and many more.moreless