Main continuing story involved Rocky and Bullwinkle in conflict with spies Boris and Natasha. Other segments included "Fractured Fairy Tales", "Peabody's Improbable History" (smart dog Peabody and his boy Sherman get in the way-back machine), the "Adventures of Dudley Doright" (Canadian Mountie vs. evil Snidley) and "Aesop and Son" (odd telling of the famous fables).
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Did You Know?
The likenesses of Boris and Natasha were modeled after the spooky husband and wife portrayed in Charles Addams
's comic strip in The New Yorker, which latter became the official basis for Gomez and Morticia Addams of The Addams Family
(1964). See more
Given the inherent absurdity of this cartoon, in which practically anything goes, and nothing is impossible, it could be argued that all of the show's continuity errors are deliberate gags, rather than goofs. They are kept on the list because they are interesting. See more
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This is the amplifier, which amplifies the sound. And this is the preamplifier, which, of course, amplifies the pree.
(voice of Aesop's son, and numerous incidental characters) has his credit removed after the first season. This was due to a contractual stipulation with Hanna-Barbera, which stated that he could not receive on-screen credit for work at another studio. See more
Original broadcasts of "The Bullwinkle Show" in NBC's Sunday night prime time lineup (starting in September 1961) opened with a segment featuring a live-action hand puppet version of Bullwinkle. Syndicated versions of the show do not include the puppet segments from the prime time format, keeping strictly to the animated stories. See more
Referenced in Wings: The Puppet Master