The Offensives

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This article is about the episode. For the singing group, see The Offensives (singing group).
The Offensives
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Ed, Bubba and Freight start their performance in front of a live audience.
Premiere date: July 22, 1970
Writers: Harvey Bullock
Ray Allen
Iwao Takamoto
Directors: William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
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"The Offensives" is the fourth episode of Where's Huddles? season one. It aired on July 22, 1970 on CBS. It was written by Harvey Bullock, Ray Allen and Iwao Takamoto, and directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera.

Ed, Bubba and Freight start a new singing group called "The Offensives", but MadDog put's up a "no moonlighting policy", so they must not let MadDog find out about their moonlighting plan.

Detailed summary

Memorable quotes

MadDog: SIX MONTH SUSPENSION!

Characters

Legend
Character debut Speaking debut Ep. debut No lines Mentioned

In order of appearance:

Character Actor
Show host Unavailable
Ed Huddles Cliff Norton
Fumbles Don Messick
Bubba McCoy Mel Blanc
Penny McCoy Marie Wilson
Marge Huddles Jean Vander Pyl
Armin Larson Unavailable
Masher Makowsky Unavailable
Claude Pertwee Paul Lynde
Beverly Don Messick
Sportscaster Dick Enberg
Freight Train Herb Jeffries
Referee N/A
Audience N/A
Coach MadDog Alan Reed
Pom Pom Huddles Jean Vander Pyl
Secretary Jean Vander Pyl
Pertwee Famous Paul Lynde
Deano
Annie Pertwee
Englebird Jones (poster) N/A
Athletes Unavailable
Show host Unavailable
Mrs. Maloney Unavailable
Host Unavailable


Organizations

Locations

Objects

Vehicles

  • Uncle Pertwee Famous' car

Production

Development

Music

Release

Dates are in order of release:

  • United States: July 22, 1970 on CBS

Behind the scenes

Errors

  • For one frame while The Offensives are performing in front of a live audience, Ed's entire face is mistakenly colored brown.

Critical reception

In other languages

Language Name Meaning

Home availability

References