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"The Bullwinkle Show" (1961) More at IMDbPro »TV series 1961-1964

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The Bullwinkle Show: :  -- Rocky & Bullwinkle, "Wossamotta U"- Part 7, Aesop and Son,,"The Three Bears", Peabody, "Lawrence of Arabia", Rocky & Bullwinkle, "Wossamotta U" Part 8
The Bullwinkle Show: :  -- US Home Video Trailer from Classic Media

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Writers:
Allan Burns (1961)
Chris Jenkyns (1961-1964)
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Release Date:
24 September 1961 (USA) See more »
Plot:
Rocky, a plucky flying squirrel and Bullwinkle, a bumbling but lovable moose, have a series of ongoing adventures. Full summary »
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Cast

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June Foray ... Rocky (5 episodes, 1960)
Paul Frees ... Additional voices / ... (5 episodes, 1960)

William Conrad ... Dudley Do-Right Narrator #2 / ... (5 episodes, 1960)
Bill Scott ... Bullwinkle J. Moose (4 episodes, 1961-1964)
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Series Directed by
William T. Hurtz (1 episode, 1960-1964)
Gerard Baldwin (1 episode, 1960)
Pete Burness (1 episode, 1960)
Gerald Ray (1 episode, 1960)
Bob Schleh (1 episode, 1960)
George Singer (1 episode, 1960)
Ernest Terrazas (1 episode, 1960)

Frank Braxton (unknown episodes)
Sal Faillace (unknown episodes)
Paul Harvey (unknown episodes)
Jim Hiltz (unknown episodes)
Lew Keller (unknown episodes)
Ted Parmelee (unknown episodes)
Dun Roman (unknown episodes)
John Walker (unknown episodes)
Rudy Zamora (unknown episodes)
 
Series Writing credits
Chris Jenkyns (1 episode, 1960-1964)
George Atkins (1 episode, 1960)
Chris Hayward (1 episode, 1960)
Lloyd Turner (1 episode, 1960)

Allan Burns (unknown episodes, 1961)
Ted Key (unknown episodes)
Bill Scott (unknown episodes)

Series Produced by
Ponsonby Britt .... executive producer (4 episodes)

Peter Piech .... producer: Producers Associates of Television (unknown episodes)
 
Series Original Music by
Dennis Farnon (unknown episodes)
Fred Steiner (unknown episodes)
George Steiner (unknown episodes)
 
Series Film Editing by
Skip Craig (unknown episodes)
Roger Donley (unknown episodes)
Ed Hansen (unknown episodes)
 
Series Art Department
Barbara Baldwin .... artist (unknown episodes)
Sam Clayberger .... artist (unknown episodes)
Adrienne Diamond .... artist (unknown episodes)
Art Diamond .... artist (unknown episodes)
Roy Morita .... artist (unknown episodes)
Alan Shean .... artist (unknown episodes)
Shirley Silvey .... artist (unknown episodes)
Al Wilson .... artist (unknown episodes)
 
Series Animation Department
Sam Clayberger .... artist: design and layout (1 episode, 1960)
Dave Fern .... artist: design and layout (1 episode, 1960)
Frank Hursh .... artist: design and layout (1 episode, 1960)
Don Jurwich .... artist: design and layout (1 episode, 1960)
Joe Montell .... artist: design and layout (1 episode, 1960)
Roy Morita .... artist: design and layout (1 episode, 1960)
Alan Shean .... artist: design and layout (1 episode, 1960)
Harvey Siegal .... supervisor: design and layout (1 episode, 1960)
Shirley Silvey .... artist: design and layout (1 episode, 1960)
Sam Weiss .... artist: design and layout (1 episode, 1960)
Al Wilson .... artist: design and layout (1 episode, 1960)

Bob Bachman .... animator (unknown episodes, 1966-1969)
Tex Henson .... animator (unknown episodes)
 
Series Other crew
Barbara Baldwin .... staff: and a host of others (1 episode, 1960)
Skip Craig .... staff: and a host of others (1 episode, 1960)
Adrienne Diamond .... staff: and a host of others (1 episode, 1960)
Art Diamond .... staff: and a host of others (1 episode, 1960)
Roger Donley .... staff: and a host of others (1 episode, 1960)
Sal Faillace .... staff: and a host of others (1 episode, 1960)
Carlos Manríquez .... staff: and a host of others (1 episode, 1960)
Jesus Martinez .... staff: and a host of others (1 episode, 1960)
Bob Maxfield .... staff: and a host of others (1 episode, 1960)
Dun Roman .... staff: and a host of others (1 episode, 1960)
Jean Washam .... staff: and a host of others (1 episode, 1960)
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show" - USA (syndication title)
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Runtime:
30 min
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Aspect Ratio:
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Trivia:
New episodes of The Bullwinkle Show played for three years (1961-1964). Network reruns lasted until 1973, at which time the shows went into syndication.See more »
Goofs:
Anachronisms: In an episode not listed on IMDB, Peabody & Sherman join Cleopatra VII and Gaio Giulio Cesare to wage war against Ptolemy XIII, in "42 BC" according to the Waybac machine's clock. However, that war happened in 48-47 BC, Ptolemy died in a shipping accident on 13 January 47 BC, and Julius was stabbed to death on 15 March 44 BC. Since this erroneous chronology is not revealed in a humorous fashion, it counts as a goof.See more »
Quotes:
[repeated line]
Dudley Do-Right:Stop, Snidely Whiplash, in the name of the law.
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Movie Connections:
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6 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Great Reminiscences, 8 September 2000
Author: Brian Kistler (junipearldew@netzero.net) from Austin, Texas

I guess like most fans of Rocky and Bullwinkle, these days, I saw the majority of these shows in re-runs......Though I think that I did catch some of the latter shows, when they aired for the very first time, at the very tail end of the series (I was nearly 5 years old, when the series was canceled in 1964).

Probably my favorite part of this vintage cartoon series was the episodes of Rock & Bullwinkle.......and also the Fractured Fairytales. Sometimes I think that I liked the Fractured Fairytales even better than the episodes of R & B.

Jay Ward was very clever, however, to have so many different "side shows", if you will, on the program. I pretty much liked all of them (Peabody, Dudley Do-Right too). My least favorite of "Rocky's friends" was Aesop's Fables---but even that had some redeeming qualities.

Though I always loved the show, I think that I first REALLY became interested in it when my Great-Aunt Esther admitted to having met and known Edward Everett Horton, who used to narrate the Fractured Fairytales on the series. She met him when the two of them lived in the New York City area, when he was doing "winter stock". Supposedly Mr. Horton was born around 1886 and my great-aunt was born in 1895.

I had always loved his wonderful, grandfatherly voice, which was just so perfect for conjuring up the images of those priceless and precious fairytales (albeit "fractured" fairytales). I think that Edward Everett Horton truly lent a genuine modicum of CLASS and DELIGHT to those cartoons, by being the one to tell the story.

I started trying to tape all of the fractured fairytales, since my great-aunt and he had been acquaintances and since I liked him very much. I was not successful in getting too many of them on tape.

In the process of taping these tales I gained an even keener appreciation for the other voice-over actors, that Jay Ward used. Jay Ward was really quite loyal to these people----He generally only used four people, on all of his cartoons, over and over again-----but these folks were really all that he needed because they were truly THE BEST!!

I came to love the characterizations of June Foray (who did almost all of the female voices on all of Ward's cartoons---and some of the male ones---like Rocky and young boys), Daws Butler (in Rocky and Bullwinkle he was mostly used for the Fractured Fairytales, but he was a lot more active in the George of the Jungle series----including the Tom Slick and Super Chicken episodes), Paul Frees (Boris Badenov, Captain Peachfuzz, Fred the Lion in Super Chicken and the Narrator in many of Ward's cartoons)and Bill Scott (Bill usually did the starring roles in all of Ward's cartoons-----perhaps the fact that he was a co-producer, with Jay Ward, had something to do with that----he was Bullwinkle, Dudley Do-Right, Peabody, George of the Jungle, Tom Slick, Super Chicken, etc., etc.).

As much as I loved listening to Edward Everett Horton's voice, I think that the rich talent, of all of these other voice-over artists, far outshined Mr. Horton (who was just a narrator).

Since my great-aunt had known him, I had hoped to write to him, but I was too late. He died in the Fall of 1970 and I began trying to write to him in 1971 or 1972. It was a rude awakening when I learned that he was already dead for some time.

I did, however, manage to find, write to and exchange letters with all four of my above "heros": June Foray, Daws Butler, Paul Frees and Bill Scott. June and Daws were the most fascinating of these people.

Sadly, except for Ms. Foray, they are all dead. On September 18th, June Foray will be 83, 81 or 75, depending on which year of birth is correct for her......I have seen dates of 1917, 1919 and 1925, given for her, and I have no way of knowing which is correct (she understandably declined to tell me how old she was, back in December, 1973, when she wrote to me).







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