The Bullwinkle Show (1959–1963)
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Rocky & Bullwinkle, "Jet Fuel" Part 3 Fractured Fairy Tales "Puss and Boots" Peabody's Improbably History "Napoleon" Rocky & Bullwinkle, "Jet Fuel" Part 4


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Episode cast overview:
Edward Everett Horton ... Fractured Fairy Tales Narrator (voice)
June Foray ... Rocket J. Squirrel / Natasha Fatale / Additional Voices (voice)
Paul Frees ... Boris Badenov / Cloyd / Napoleon / Pierre LeKomo / Pirate #2 / Pirate #3 / Townsman #1 / Townsman #3 / Additional Voices (voice)
William Conrad ... Narrator (voice) (as Bill Conrad)
Walter Tetley Walter Tetley ... Sherman / Girl (voice)
Daws Butler ... Puss in Boots / Ogre / Various Fairy Tale Characters (voice)


Rocky & Bullwinkle, "Jet Fuel" Part 3 Fractured Fairy Tales "Puss and Boots" Peabody's Improbably History "Napoleon" Rocky & Bullwinkle, "Jet Fuel" Part 4

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When Boris tries to save Bullwinkle from the falling safe, the underground pipeline is already broken before the safe lands on Boris and crashes through the ground. See more »


Gidney: We lead such a quiet life on the moon. Take a look at what we had to go through just to prepare for a visit here.
Cloyd: Yeah. We had to practice dodging traffic.
Gidney: And listening to jukeboxes.
Cloyd: And filling out forms.
Gidney: And breathing smog.
Cloyd: And riding on subways.
Gidney: And regular bathing.
Cloyd: It was awful!
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A Career as a Hat Rack
3 November 2014 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

This continues the episode where Bullwinkle bakes a cake which turns out to be a recipe for rocket fuel. Of course, Boris and Natasha want to get their hands on it. Meanwhile, a pair of Moon men come on the scene. They are determined to keep tourists off the Moon and feel the need to eliminate the boys. There is clever dialogue about congressmen and the usual byplay. At one point, Bullwinkle is hypnotized, and asked the question, "What do you know." Funniest is that at one point in his life he worked as a hat rack. The "Fractured Fairy Tale" this time is "Puss in Boots" who makes his idiot master into a nobleman. Peabody and Sherman visit Napoleon and rescue his suspenders. Think about it. We conclude with yet another encounter with the Moon men and more baking of incredible cakes that don't explode.

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26 November 1959 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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