Huckleberry Hound

Season 2 Episode 4

Nutts Over Mutts

Aired Unknown Sep 02, 1960 on CBS



  • Trivia

    • The dog biscuits Huck tries using to catch the dog are, according to the box "Gro-Pup T-Bone Dog Biscuits". They are supposed to be Kellogg's Gro-Pup dog biscuits, a brand which was sponsoring Hanna-Barbera cartoons at the time. The same box can be spotted in various Quick Draw McGraw cartoons as well, most notably "Dynamite Fright" from 1961. Snuffles, a canine character introduced on The Quick Draw McGraw Show was also seen in commercials for this product in the early 60s.

    • This is the third time Huck gets arrested at the end of an episode. It has already happened in episodes 17, "Barbecue Hound", and 21, "Little Red Riding Huck".

    • The fine Huck had to pay to the police was of 200 dollars.

    • This is the fourth time the mischievous white dog appears on the show. He has also appeared in episodes 12, "Fireman Huck", 18, "Postman Panic", and 30, "A Bully Dog".

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