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  • 12 days, 10 hours, 50 mins (815 episodes)
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Rocky and Bullwinkle began life in the 1950's television show, The Frostbite Falls Review. It was created by Jay Ward and Bill Scott. Their names in that show were Rocket J. Squirrel and Canadian Moose. The Frostbite Falls Review was not very successful so Rocky and Bullwinkle became the stars of their own show, Rocky and His Friends. The show was co-created by Alex Anderson and premiered on November 29th, 1959 on ABC. Added to the cast were Boris and Natasha, two Pottsylvanian spies. The show also featured various segments; Peabody's Improbable History, Fractured Fairy Tales, Mr. Know-It-All, and Aesop and Son. In 1961, the show moved to NBC and was renamed The Bullwinkle Show. It ran for three seasons and was canceled in 1964. ABC ran reruns until 1974, when the show then entered syndication.
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862 episodes

Boris is on the trail of the Kirward Derby, which can make its wearer the smartest man in the world. (26 Segments) "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 1 Aesop and Son, "The Coyote and the Jackrabbits" Peabody, "Ludwig Van Beethoven" "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 2

Boris is on the trail of the Kirward Derby, which can make its wearer the smartest man in the world. (26 Segments) "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 3 Fractured Fairy Tales, "The Prince and the Popper" Peabody, "Calamity Jane" "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 4

Boris is on the trail of the Kirward Derby, which can make its wearer the smartest man in the world. (26 Segments) "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 5 Aesop and Son, "The Rooster and Five Hens" Peabody, "Cornwallis Surrender" "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 6

Boris is on the trail of the Kirward Derby, which can make its wearer the smartest man in the world. (26 Segments) "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 7 Fractured Fairy Tales, "Booty and the Beast" Dudley Do-Right, "Skagway Dogsled-Pulling Contest" "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 8

Boris is on the trail of the Kirward Derby, which can make its wearer the smartest man in the world. (26 Segments) "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 9 Fractured Fairy Tales, "Little Fred Riding Hood" Peabody, "The First Indian Head Nickel" "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 10

Boris is on the trail of the Kirward Derby, which can make its wearer the smartest man in the world. (26 Segments) "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 11 Aesop and Son, "The Three Bears" Peabody, "Jules Verne" "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 12

Boris is on the trail of the Kirward Derby, which can make its wearer the smartest man in the world. (26 Segments) "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 13 Fractured Fairy Tales, "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" Dudley Do-Right, "Canadian Railways Bridge" "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 14

Boris is on the trail of the Kirward Derby, which can make its wearer the smartest man in the world. (26 Segments) "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 15 Aesop and Son, "The Robin the Pelican and the Angleworm" Peabody, "Casanova" "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 16

Boris is on the trail of the Kirward Derby, which can make its wearer the smartest man in the world. (26 Segments) "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 17 Fractured Fairy Tales, "The Ugly Almond Duckling" Peabody, "Lawrence of Arabia" "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 18

Boris is on the trail of the Kirward Derby, which can make its wearer the smartest man in the world. (26 Segments) "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 19 Fractured Fairy Tales, "John's Ogre Wife" Dudley Do-Right, "Niagara Falls" "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 20

Boris is on the trail of the Kirward Derby, which can make its wearer the smartest man in the world. (26 Segments) "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 19 Fractured Fairy Tales, "John's Ogre Wife" Dudley Do-Right, "Niagara Falls" "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 20

Boris is on the trail of the Kirward Derby, which can make its wearer the smartest man in the world. (26 Segments) "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 23 Fractured Fairy Tales, "The Mysterious Castle" Dudley Do-Right, "Snidleys Vic Whiplash Gym" "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 24

Boris is on the trail of the Kirward Derby, which can make its wearer the smartest man in the world. (26 Segments) "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 25 Aesop and Son, "The Eagle and the Beetle" Peabody, "Reuter" "Missouri Mish Mash" Part 26

The North Pole has slipped down to the West Pacific. Boris plans to take over the new North Pole, replace Santa Claus and start carrying presents up the chimney instead of down. (14 Segments) "Topsy Turvy World" Part 1 Fractured Fairy Tales, "The Little Tinker" Peabody, "Geronimo" "Topsy Turvy World" Part 2

The North Pole has slipped down to the West Pacific. Boris plans to take over the new North Pole, replace Santa Claus and start carrying presents up the chimney instead of down. (14 Segments) "Topsy Turvy World" Part 3 Aesop and Son, "The Fox and the Hound" Peabody, "The Great Wall of China" "Topsy Turvy World" Part 4

The North Pole has slipped down to the West Pacific. Boris plans to take over the new North Pole, replace Santa Claus and start carrying presents up the chimney instead of down. (14 Segments) "Topsy Turvy World" Part 5 Fractured Fairy Tales, "Tale of a Frog" Dudley Do-Right, "Marigolds" "Topsy Turvy World" Part 6

The North Pole has slipped down to the West Pacific. Boris plans to take over the new North Pole, replace Santa Claus and start carrying presents up the chimney instead of down. (14 Segments) "Topsy Turvy World" Part 7 Fractured Fairy Tales, "The Teeth of Bagdad" Peabody, "The Marquis of Queensbury" "Topsy Turvy World" Part 8

The North Pole has slipped down to the West Pacific. Boris plans to take over the new North Pole, replace Santa Claus and start carrying presents up the chimney instead of down. (14 Segments) "Topsy Turvy World" Part 9 Aesop and Son, "The Bear and the Dragon" Peabody, "Jim Bowie" "Topsy Turvy World" Part 10

The North Pole has slipped down to the West Pacific. Boris plans to take over the new North Pole, replace Santa Claus and start carrying presents up the chimney instead of down. (14 Segments) "Topsy Turvy World" Part 11 Aesop and Son, "The Fox and the Woodman" Peabody, "Edgar Allan Poe" "Topsy Turvy World" Part 12

The North Pole has slipped down to the West Pacific. Boris plans to take over the new North Pole, replace Santa Claus and start carrying presents up the chimney instead of down. (14 Segments) "Topsy Turvy World" Part 13 Fractured Fairy Tales, "The Little Man in the Boat" Dudley Do-Right, "Trading Places" "Topsy Turvy World" Part 14

While baking Grandma's Bullwinkle's explosive recipe for delicious mooseberry-flavored fudge cake, Rocky and Bullwinkle inadvertently discover a fantastic new rocket fuel that propels their homemade spaceship to the moon and back. Bullwinkle is immediately made Director of Guided Moosles.

The long-haired heroine lets her hair down.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

A Jay Ward send-up of this classic tale, with a whole new twist on the story you expect.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

2x01 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Upsidaisium (1) - Upsidaisium

  • Season Premiere

    1960-09-24T04:00:00Z — 22 mins

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

In a pond in the Middle West, an ugly duckling wants to be a star, so he has a face lift that makes him good-looking, and missing the opportunity to play an ugly role.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.

The arrival of six-foot-tall metal moon mice who chomp up TV antennas spells catasrophe in Frostbite Falls. As their screens go dark, townsfolk are forced to watch black screens, or clothes in the laundromat. Can mankind concieve of a greater terror?