|Start - end:||1965 - 1968|
|Studio:||Hanna Barbera Studios|
|Official site:||Hillbilly Bears official site||Rate:|
The Hillbilly Bears played on a social stereotype of the "hillbilly", with a gun toting, mumbling father (Paw Rugg) who was always "feudin" with the neighbors the Hoppers. Paw Rugg's voice was a comical mumble, splattered with a few understandable words. Particularly in the first episodes, Paw Rugg's voice was incomprehensible; his speech improved with the later episodes. "Feudin" was usually a lethargic operation in which the protagonists fired the same bullet back and forth from the comfort of their rocking chairs.