The Order Of The Straight ArrowThe Order Of The Straight Arrow (1997) Season 1 Episode 4.00E+03- King of the Hill Cartoon Episode Guide by Dave Koch
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- 20th Century Fox Television.
- King of the Hill Episode Guide
- Cartoon Characters: Hank Hill, Boomhauer, Peggy Hill, Bobby Hill, Luanne Platter, Joseph Gribble, Dale Gribble, John Redcorn, Brock, Randy Miller, Cotton Hill, Kahn Souphanousinphone, Sr., Joe Jack, Bill Dauterive.
- Vocal Talent: Mike Judge (Hank Hill, Boomhauer), Kathy Najimy (Peggy Hill), Pamela Adlon (as Pamela Segall) (Bobby Hill), Brittany Murphy (Luanne Platter, Joseph Gribble), Johnny Hardwick (Dale Gribble), Victor Aaron (John Redcorn), David Herman (Brock), Cheryl Holliday (Randy Miller), Toby Huss (Cotton Hill, Kahn Souphanousinphone, Sr., Joe Jack), Stephen Root (Bill Dauterive [uncredited]).
- Directed By Klay Hall.
- Produced By Joseph A. Boucher.
Executive Producers: Greg Daniels, Mike Judge, Howard Klein, Phil Roman, Michael Rotenberg.
Co-Executive Producer: Brent Forrester.
Supervising Producers: David Zuckerman, Jonathan Collier, Cheryl Holliday.
Co-Producers: Jonathan Abiel, Daniel Rappaport, Glenn Berger, Joe Stillman.
Executive Animation Producers: John W. Hyde, David Pritchard.
Animation Producers: Lolee Aries, Michael Wolf.
Associate Producers: Malisa Caroselli, Stephanie Elliott, Mark McJimsey, Loren Smith, Kenny Micka.
- Written By Cheryl Holliday.
- Edited By Don Barrozo, Kirk Benson, Lee Harting, Mark McJimsey, Leo Papin.
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A weekend camping odyssey meant to be a rite of passage for the boys turns ugly when Bobby thinks he's killed an endangered bird.