Rocky and Bullwinkle "Rue Britannia" Part 7, Fractured Fairy Tales "Son of Beauty and the Beast", Dudley Do-Right of the Mounties "Elevenworth Prison", Rocky and Bullwinkle "Rue Britannia" Part 8.
Did You Know?
In the "Dudley Do-Right of the Mounties" segment ("Elevenworth Prison"), the silent film-style on-screen "credits" include:
- Elevenworth Prison played by Graumans Chinese
- Snidely Whiplash played by Willie Sutton
- Dudley Doright played by Ned Sparks, Jr.
Grauman's Chinese Theatre (now known as TCL Chinese Theatre) is the iconic movie palace in Hollywood where movie stars from yesteryear left their handprints in the cement outside the entrance. Willie Sutton (1901-1980) was a famous bank robber who managed to escape from prison three times. Ned Sparks
was a character actor from the 1920s and 1930s, specializing in playing deadpan cynics. See more
Near the end of the Rue Britannia story arc, Bullwinkle reveals to Rocky that although the "Rue Britannia" on one of his feet wore off, his other foot had a "Rue Britannia" inscription that never comes off. Earlier in the story arc, when the three Crankcase nephews checked both of Bullwinkle's feet, one of them said "Check other foot for inscription". See more