The Hucklebuck (aka: Huckle-Buck, Huckle Buck) dance is considered a Risque, sexual type of dance which had its hey-day during the late 1940s early 1950s but goes back to the early 1900's. It is also a slang term for a sexual position. Paul 'Mr. Hucklebuck' Williams (1915-2012) recorded "The Hucklebuck," which was an important precursor to Rock and Roll music went on to become a super-smash hit in 1949.
His version is said to be an adaptation of Charley Parker's "Now's The Time".
Basically the dance has a double point with the feet to the side on each side (4 counts) then a lift & twist of the leg and a small kick, then a shimmy, hip gyration, (Arch your back, Wiggle Like A duck, Shake your sacrolliac) etc. see some of the videos
to get the idea. The dance could get very sexual in nature when done as s couple dance with the male dancing behind the female, one hand on her waist or hip and the other on her shoulder, gyrating the hips in unison or with shocking variations such as when the female dancers would lay down on their backs and the male dancers would stand over the center of her, slowly doing hip gyrations, hip rolling, wiggling dance movements, slowly working their way over and past the females head. Due to TV censors I doubt there will be any real versions of this dance shown. There is a popular version today called "freak" dancing which uses the back to front idea of this dance.
Line dancers have made a few Line dance variations of the song/dance as well.