The show's premise involved a professional football quarterback named Ed Huddles (voiced by Cliff Norton) and his neighbor, the team's center, Bubba McCoy (voiced by Mel Blanc). They played for a team called the Rhinos.
Other characters included Ed's wife, Marge Huddles (voiced by Jean Vander Pyl); their acerbic neighbor, Claude Pertwee (voiced by Paul Lynde), who tended to refer to Ed and Bubba as "savages" (Pertwee's only friend is a spoiled cat named Beverly); their teammate Freight Train (voiced by Herb Jeffries), and their daughter, Pom-Pom. Alan Reed had a recurring role as Mad Dog Mahoney, the Rhinos' coach. The Huddles had a dog named Fumbles, voiced by Don Messick.
This series reused both voice talent and plots from The Flintstones, as Bubba, Marge and Mad Dog.
- Mel Blanc as Bubba McCoy
- Dick Enberg as the football announcer
- Herb Jeffries as Freight Train
- Paul Lynde as Claude Pertwee
- Don Messick as Fumbles
- Cliff Norton as Ed Huddles
- Alan Reed as Mad Dog Mahoney
- Jean Vander Pyl as Marge Huddles
- Marie Wilson as Penny McCoy
(Dates in parentheses refer to that of its original broadcast over CBS.)
- The Old Swimming Hole (7/1/1970)
- A Weighty Problem (7/8/1970)
- The Ramblin' Wreck (7/15/1970)
- The Offensives (7/22/1970)
- Hot Dog Hannah (7/29/1970)
- To Catch a Thief (8/5/1970)
- Get That Letter Back (8/12/1970)
- The Odd Trio (8/19/1970)
- A Sticky Affair (8/26/1970)
- One Man's Family (9/2/1970)
End credits stills
A pilot animatic for Where's Huddles? (YouTube video) has a few differences from the series:
- The title still, made up of cards held by the football spectators, includes a question mark.
- Penny McCoy is a brunette, rather than a blonde.
- The Rhinos' coach is not named. He is voiced by Joe Besser rather than Alan Reed.
On July 26, 2016, Warner Archive released Where's Huddles? The Complete Series as a manufacture-on-demand title.
- Where's Huddles? at the Big Cartoon Database