The Bullwinkle Show (1959–1963)
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Rocky & Bullwinkle, "Jet Fuel" Part 11 Fractured Fairy Tales "Beauty and the Beast" Peabody's Improbably History "Franz Schubert" Rocky & Bullwinkle, "Jet Fuel" Part 12


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Episode cast overview:
Edward Everett Horton ... Fractured Fairy Tales Narrator (voice)
June Foray ... Rocket J. Squirrel / Natasha Fatale / Old Woman / Amazonian Woman / Fair Maid / Beauty / Additional Voices (voice)
Paul Frees ... Boris Badenov / Railroad Man / Franz Schubert / Vienna Police Chief / Gorki's Assistant / Additional Voices (voice)
William Conrad ... Narrator (voice) (as Bill Conrad)
Walter Tetley Walter Tetley ... Sherman (voice)
Daws Butler ... Beast / Various Fairy Tale Characters (voice)


Rocky & Bullwinkle, "Jet Fuel" Part 11 Fractured Fairy Tales "Beauty and the Beast" Peabody's Improbably History "Franz Schubert" Rocky & Bullwinkle, "Jet Fuel" Part 12

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The rocket fuel recipe seen in the cookbook features the following ingredients: 1 cup frogs legs, 2 tbs. wolfbane, 1 pinch mooseberry juice, 3/4 cup light bulbs, 1 qt. chalk, 3 tanna leaves, 6 stink berries. See more »


Narrator: But on the submarine, Boris wasn't as cheerful as he could have been.
Natasha Fatale: Boris, darling, why so sad?
Boris Badenov: I got feeling there is something I forgot.
Natasha Fatale: What could it was?
Boris Badenov: I don't know, but something.
Natasha Fatale: Cheer up, darling. When we get back you will get big medal!
Boris Badenov: Medals I got! For burning down orphanage, for kicking small dog, for taking candy from babies. Who needs medals?
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Four in the Air
4 November 2014 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

It's necessary to find Mooseberries to make the rocket fuel. Gidney and Cloyd are helpless without their help. The only place to find these things is Frostbite Falls, Minnesota, their home town. As usual, Boris and Natasha trick them into a rickety plane, lock them in a seatbelt, and head into the air. Of course, R & B are clueless and trusting. The Peabody and Sherman thing is about Franz Schubert, who has lost his piano. I have to say these are the weakest part of the shows. There is little imagination. The fairy tale is "Beauty and the Beast" where the title figure goes through hell to get a kiss so he can be turned into a prince. His efforts are noble and this is pretty entertaining. There is a neat twist which helps things.

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24 December 1959 (USA) See more »

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