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King of the Hill (1997 - 2010)

King of the Hill (1997 - 2010)





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Sharp cartoon comedy chronicling the trials of proud Texas propane salesman Hank Hill, his family and their ragtag neighbors. From Mike Judge, the mind behind MTV's 'Beavis and Butt-head,' this one has heart where the other had guts, and fit nicely on Fox's Sunday-night lineup with 'The Simpsons' when it debuted in midseason in 1997. Judge's cocreator is `The Simpsons' former executive producer, Greg Daniels.

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2008, FOX, 25 episodes

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2007, FOX, 22 episodes

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2007, FOX, 13 episodes

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2005, FOX, 15 episodes

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2004, FOX, 15 episodes

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2003, FOX, 22 episodes

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2002, FOX, 23 episodes

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2001, FOX, 22 episodes


Mike Judge
as Hank Hill/Boomhauer
Kathy Najimy
as Peggy Hill
Pamela Adlon
as Bobby Hill
Brittany Murphy
as Luanne Platter
Breckin Meyer
as Joseph Gribble
Tom Petty
as Lucky
Johnny Hardwick
as Dale Gribble
Ashley Gardner
as Nancy Gribble
Stephen Root
as Bill Dauterive/Buck Strickland
Lauren Tom
as Minh Souphanousinphone/Connie Souphanousinphone
Toby Huss
as Kahn Souphanousinphone
Jonathan Joss
as John Redcorn
Phil LaMarr
as Ranger Payton
Scott Klace
as Mr. Beardon
Maurice LaMarche
as Prof. John Lerner
Dawnn Lewis
as Miss Johnson
Lisa Jane Persky
as Woman/Receptionist
Danny Trejo
as Enrique
John Ritter
as Eugene Grandy
Tammy Wynette
as Tilly Hill
Neil Giuntoli
as Closer #2
James Sie
as Bouncer
Mary Kay Place
as Helen Shell
Clint Black
as Himself
Amy Hill
as Insurance Adjuster
Henry Gibson
as Bob Jenkins
Victor Aaron
as John Redcorn
Dan Butler
as Attorney
Laurie Metcalf
as Cissy Cob
No Doubt
as Themselves
Dale Earnhardt
as Himself (uncredited)
John Amos
as Glen Johnson
Jill Parker
as Charisse
Paul Giamatti
as Mr. McKay
Gailard Sartain
as Anthony's Supervisor
Troy Aikman
as Himself
Stockard Channing
as Mrs. Halloway
Pauly Shore
as Party Guy
Chris Elliott
as Rob Holguin
Carl Reiner
as Gary Kasner
Trace Adkins
as Big John
Castulo Guerra
as Magistrate
Peri Gilpin
as Mary Ellen
Beth Grant
as Tilly Hill
Matthew McConaughey
as Rad Thibodeaux
Jennifer Coolidge
as Miss Kremzer
Burt Reynolds
as M.F. Thatherton
Tre Cool
as Kane Skretteberg
Wallace Shawn
as Rifle Shooting Instructor
Randal Reeder
as Frat Guy
Ernie Grunwald
as Mr. McKay
Mo Collins
as Carly/Felicia
Jamie Kennedy
as Dr. Rast/Salesman/Dwight
Abby Elliott
as Hipster Girl
Justin Long
as Cashier/Troy
Mike Dirnt
as Band Member
Orlando Jones
as Kidd Mookie
Anna Faris
as Kathryn/Mother/Jane No. 3
Tony Denman
as Benji/Sterno
Marcelo Tubert
as Marty Mendez
Tara Strong
as Ellie/Jane/Jane No. 5
Brendan Fraser
as David Kaliiki-Alii
Jack Carter
as Nate/Irwin
Wyatt Cenac
as Cameraman/Dr. Stephens
Norwood Cheek
as Dave/Rocker
Laura Dern
as Catherine/Sorceress
Chris Rock
as Roger "Buddha" Sack
Sally Field
as Junie Harper
Dan McGrath
as Mexican Radio Rapper
Johnny Depp
as Yogi Victor
Keone Young
as Male Flight Attendant/Valet/Producer
Steve Gunderson
as Old Man No. 2
Rini Bell
as Olivia
Johnny Knoxville
as Peter Sterling
Nicky Katt
as Dr. Brown
Vince Gill
as Assistant Pastor Rayburn
Glenn Lucas
as Frat Brother
Amy Adams
as Sunshine/Merilynn
Ann Richards
as Herself
Christina Applegate
as Colette/Attorney
Kathy Bates
as Officer Cooper
Kid Rock
as Himself
Tony Danza
as Himself
Michael McShane
as Mountain Man
Marion Ross
as Ms. Wakefield
Glenn Morshower
as Referee/Shelwin
Teri Garr
as Laney Grambler
Randy Travis
as Himself
Eliza Schneider
as Charisse/Waitress
Alan Rickman
as King Phillip
Michael Keaton
as Trip Larsen
Jeff Garlin
as Dan Vasti
Heather Locklear
as Mrs. Donovan
Sydney Pollack
as Grant Trimble
Tom McGowan
as Dr. Newman/Dave
Tom Poston
as Jerry Popper
Laura Linney
as Maureen
Jennifer Aniston
as Pepperoni Sue/Stephanie
Ruth Livier
as Cristina/Maria
Eliza Schneider
as Charisse/Waitress
Martin Starr
as Andrew/Tommy
Brad Pitt
as Patch Boomhauer
Gary Cole
as Vance Gilbert
Gwen Stefani
as Herself/Vivian
Lisa Kudrow
as Miss Pitman/Marjorie
Larry Miller
as Dr. Tabor
Jillian Bowen
as Lori/Shelley
Andy Dick
as Griffin
Snoop Dogg
as Alabaster
Peter Kwong
as Mr. Ho/Mr. Tranh
John Force
as Himself
Ben Stein
as Quizmaster
Tim Sharp
as Sprinter/Big Jock
Tom Dumont
as Himself
Cynthia Stevenson
as Sister Mary Catherine/Claire
Lupe Ontiveros
as Anne/Greeter
Tone Loc
as Bouncer
Kix Brooks
as Himself
Harry Groener
as Dr. Tate/Larry
Amanda Carlin
as Matriarch
Sal Lopez
as Employee/First Mate/Waiter
John Carroll Lynch
as Steve Carey
Chelcie Ross
as Councilman Ebberd
Michael Clarke Duncan
as Coach Webb/Morgan
Melissa Etheridge
as Singing Hippie/Topaz
Adrian Young
as Himself
Terry Bradshaw
as Preston Rogers
Mike McShane
as Mountain Man
Kate Walsh
as Katt Savage
Ryan Janis
as Keegan Evans
Dennis Burkley
as Principal Moss
Jason Bateman
as Dr. Leslie
Ronnie Dunn
as Himself
John C. McGinley
as One-Armed Ronnie/Ranger
Robert Stack
as Reynolds Penland
Jeff Goldblum
as Dr. Vayzosa
Betty White
as Ellen/Dorothy
Marg Helgenberger
as Mrs. Hanover/Pretty Student
Dusty Hill
as Himself
James Brown
as Digby Wilkins
Lucy Liu
as Tid Pao
Scott Hamilton
as Dud Jeperson
Don Meredith
as Himself
Tony Kanal
as Himself
Wayne Federman
as McDermott
Lisa Hartman
as Herself
Seiko Matsuda
as Japanese Girl
Howie Long
as Terrell Cartwright
Tom Arnold
as Glidewell
David Cross
as Ward Rackley
Frank Beard
as Himself
Michael Jamin
as Carolyn/Jamie/Frida Kahlo impersonator
Lori Nasso
as Maureen/Suzette
K Callan
as Tillie
Bob Elliott
as Edgar Hornsby
Debra Messing
as Mrs. Hilgren-Bronson
Stephanie Darby
as Aghast Mom
Ed Begley Jr.
as Stephens Davies
Bill Saluga
as Raymond J. Johnson Jr.
Wynonna Judd
as Herself
Neil Flynn
as Turpin
Colleen Smith
as 911 Operator/Brunette Waitress
Jason Konopisos
as Commissioner No. 2
Mike Oristian
as Announcer/DJ No. 2/Song
David Koechner
as Actor/Frank
Tom Jourden
as Headmaster/Announcer
Terri Clark
as Manager
Ted Danson
as Tom Hammond
Andrea Bowen
as Teenage Girl
Jacob Zachar
as Cashier
Andy Richter
as Wesley Cherish
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Series Details

TV Network: FOX
Premiere Date: Jan 12, 1997
Genre: Animation
Executive Producers: Greg Daniels, Richard Appel, Mike Judge, Phil Roman, Howard Klein, Michael Rotenberg, John Altschuler, Dave Krinsky, Jim Dauterive
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