When a feisty little fox named Tod is adopted into a farm family, he quickly becomes friends with a fun and adorable hound puppy named Copper. Life is full of hilarious adventures until Copper is expected to take on his role as a hunting dog -- and the object of his search is his best friend!
Best friends Tod, a fox kit, and Copper, a hound puppy, visit a country fair when they see a band of dogs called "The Singin' Strays". The band has five members: Dixie, Cash, Granny Rose, and twin brothers Waylon and Floyd. It is important that they perform well because a talent scout is visiting.
The Huckleberry Hound Show is a 1958 syndicated animated series and the second from Hanna-Barbera following The Ruff & Reddy Show, sponsored by Kellogg's. Three segments were included in the program: one featuring Huckleberry Hound; another starring Yogi Bear and his sidekick Boo Boo; and a third with Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks, two mice who in each short found a new way to outwit the cat Mr. Jinks. The Yogi Bear segment of the show proved more popular than Huckleberry's; it spawned its own series in 1961. A segment featuring Hokey Wolf and Ding-A-Ling was added, replacing Yogi Bear during the 1960–61 season. In 1961, the series became the first animated program to be honored with an Emmy Award. The Huckleberry Hound Show contributed to making Hanna-Barbera a household name, and is often credited with legitimizing the concept of animation produced specifically for television.
Three boys transfer their souls in to a parallel world known as the "Unseen World."
Hound TV is an Australian television show about dogs hosted by Steven Pam. The show is currently broadcasting on Australian Community Television Stations. Hound TV was started by Steven Pam as a video podcast in early 2006. Steven’s friend, Matt Tynan later joined in for episode 2 and has stuck around ever since and they produced nearly 30 episodes until they were finally noticed by Melbourne's community TV station, Channel 31. Hound TV has produced three seasons airing on community TV in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide; and is currently on its third season. Most, if not all, of the stories from the TV show will eventually make their way to their official podcast.
Loosely based on the "Sherlock Holmes" series by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Hound turns all the classic characters into dogs. The canine Sherlock Holmes, his assistant Watson, and housemaid Mrs. Hudson work together to solve mysteries. The culprit is usually Professor Moriarty and his gang, who use all kinds of wacky contraptions to steal what they want.
A British television serial based on Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes novel.
Lomax, the Hound of Music is a PBS Kids TV series that brings together puppets, humans, live music and animation to promote musical education for children ages 3–7. Created by Christopher Cerf, Norman Stiles and Louise Gikow, and produced by Sirius Thinking, Ltd., Eyevox, Inc., and Connecticut Public Television, Lomax first aired in December 2008, and immediately gained a reputation as a show that follows in the tradition of acclaimed educational children's TV series like Sesame Street, and Between the Lions. Lomax, the Hound of Music follows the adventures of Lomax, a good-natured, melody-obsessed puppet pooch, his feline sidekick Delta, and their human companion, Amy, on a tune-filled train ride crisscrossing the musical landscape of America. With the help - and full participation - of real kids on the train, on location, and the viewers at home, Lomax and his friends track down the wonderful songs that form the heart of our nation's diverse musical heritage.
The Good, the Bad, and Huckleberry Hound is a 1988 animated television movie that stars Huckleberry Hound. It was a part of the Hanna-Barbera Superstars 10 series of televised movies. This television feature is a parody of various western movies, the title is a take-off of The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and a major plot point is lifted from High Noon. The constant references to Huckleberry as a "mysterious, steely-eyed, and silent-type stranger" spoof the western stock character of the Man with No Name. Several other plot points are lifted from well-known western films, such as High Plains Drifter. The film also marks the final time that Daws Butler voiced characters such as Huckleberry Hound and Yogi Bear, as he died a month after the film's release.
Hounded is a CBBC sitcom starring Rufus Hound. The comedian is chased through space and time by the evil Dr Muhahahaha.
Hounds is a New Zealand television comedy series, written, produced and directed by The Down Low Concept. Set in Auckland, New Zealand it centres on a self centred lawyer, Will Carrington, and the unusual family unit he is thrust into following the death of his father David,. Will inherits half a stately house, half a racing greyhound with its live in trainer, Marty, and guardianship of his estranged half-sister Lily. The series follows Will's transition from a souless city slicker as he deals with his new family that he has never met, and the low rent surroundings of the Greyhound community. Backed with a strong supporting cast of comic actors, including Will's best friend, the arrogant and self-serving Lance and shallow ditsy girlfriend Amber, Hounds also featured well known comics Guy Williams and Rhys Mathewson in minor roles, and veteran New Zealand actors Derek Payne, Steven Ure and David Weatherley The series is one of New Zealand's most critically acclaimed comedies ever produced.
Hoze Houndz is a Canadian animated television program which originally aired on The Family Channel from 1999. It features six dalmatian dogs who work as firefighters in the fictional town of Bonehead Hollow. Each of the 78 half-hour episodes produced consisted of two 11 minute stories with interstitials.
The Houndcats is an American Saturday morning cartoon series produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises. The series was broadcast by NBC from September 9 to December 2, 1972, with reruns continuing until September 1, 1973. Thirteen episodes were produced.