|Leion Bound Hound|
|The Huckleberry Hound Show (Huckleberry Hound)|
|Season 3, Episode 41a|
|Air date||October 31, 1960|
|Written by||Warren Foster|
|Directed by||William Hanna and Joseph Barbera|
Legion Bound Hound is the 41st Huckleberry Hound segment made for The Huckleberry Hound Show. It first aired 31 October 1960. It was produced and directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. The story was crafted by Warren Foster. Voices were provided by Daws Butler and Don Messick.
Huckleberry Hound is serving as a sergeant for The Foreign Legion, in charge of "Company-B" in the hopes of forgetting his lost love, Clementine. He is called into action to go after the notorious desert bandit, Powerful Pierre the renegade, Huck makes his way across the desert in search of Pierre, eventually bumping into him.
Due to Pierre's strength, taking him in is exceedingly difficult, till Huck happens upon an abandoned fort, and uses it and it's canon's to put a stop to Pierre, the short ends with Huck deciding he now wants to be with his love once more, despite having forgotten her name.
- Streaming - Boomerang app
- The second half of this cartoons rips off several sequences from the Warner Bros. 1955 short, "Sahara Hare"
- This was the final Powerful Pierre short to be written by Warren Foster.