William Conrad as

Episodes 143

# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 1

# Aesop and Son: The Coyote and the Jackrabbits

# Bullwinkle's Corner: Old Mother Hubbard

# Peabody's Improbable History: Ludwig Van Beethoven

# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 2

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# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 3

# Fractured Fairy Tales: The Prince and the Popper

# Mr. Know-It-All: How to Sell Soap

# Peabidy's Improbable History: Calamity Jane

# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 4

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# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 5

# Aesop and Son: The Rooster and Five Hens

# Bullwinkle's Corner: The Cherry Tree

# Peabody's Improbable History: Cornwallis' Surrender

# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 6

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* Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 7

* Fractured Fairy Tales: Booty and the Beast

* Mr. Know-It-All: How to Be a Top Flight Stock Salesman

* Dudley Do-Right: Skagaway Dogsled-Pulling Contest

* Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 8

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# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 9

# Fratcured Fairy Tales: Little Fred Riding Hood

# Bullwinkle's Corner: Tommy Tucker

# Peabody's Improbable History: The First Indian Head Nickel

# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 10

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# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 11

# Aesop and Son: The Three Bears

# Bullwinkle's Corner: Grandfather Clock

# Peabody's Improbable History: Jules Verne

# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 12

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# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 13

# Fractured Fairy Tales: Goldilocks and the Three Bears

# Bullwinkle's Corner: A Wet Sheet and a Flowing Sea

# Dudley Do-Right: Canadian Railways Bridge

# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 14

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# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 15

# Aesop and Son: The Robin, the Pelican and the Angleworm

# Mr. Know-It-All: How to Teach a Mean Bully a Lesson at the Beach

# Peabody's Improbable History: Casanova

# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 16

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# Missouri Mash: Episode 17

# Fractured Fairy Tales: The Ugly Almond Duckling

# Bullwinkle's Corner: Pat a Cake

# Peabody's Improbable History: Lawrence of Arabia

# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 18

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# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 19

# Fractured Fairy Tales: John's Ogre Wife

# Mr. Know-It-All: How to Fall Asleep on the Job

# Dudley Do-Right: Niagara Falls

# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 20

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# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 21

# Fractured Fairy Tales: The Absent Minded King

# Bullwinkle's Corner: I Love Little Pussy

# Peabody's Improbable History: Bonnie Prince Charlie

# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 22

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# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 23

# Fractured Fairy Tales: The Mysterious Castle

# Bullwinkle's Corner: Little Miss Muffet

# Dudley Do-Right: Snidely's Vic Whiplash Gym

# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 24

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# Missouri Mish Mish: Episode 25

# Aesop and Son: The Eagle and the Beetle

# Bullwinkle's Corner: Little Bo Peep

# Peabody's Improbable History: Paul Reuter

# Missouri Mish Mash: Episode 26

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# Lazy Jay Ranch: Episode 1

# Fractured Fairy Tales: Hans Clinker

# Bullwinkle's Corner: Bullwinkle and Rocky Fan Club

# Dudley Do-Right: Flicker Rock

# Lazy Jay Ranch: Episode 2

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# Lazy Jay Ranch: Episode 3

# Fractured Fairy Tales: The Witch's Broom

# Mr. Know-It-All: How to Be a Successful Member of the U.S. Peace Corps

# Peabody's Improbable History: Johannes Gutenberg

# Lazy Jay Ranch: Episode 4

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# Lazy Jay Ranch: Episode 5

# Fractured Fairy Tales: Son of King Midas

# Bullwinkle's Corner: Morrie Had a Little Lamb

# Dudley Do-Right: Faithful Dog

# Lazy Jay Ranch: Episode 6

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# Lazy Jay Ranch: Episode 7

# Aesop and Son: The Hen and the Cat

# Mr. Know-It-All: How to Get Your Money Back

# Peabody's Improbable History: Buffalo Bull

# Lazy Jay Ranch: Episode 8

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# Lazy Jay Ranch: Episode 9

# Aesop and Son: The Chickens and the Ducks

# Mr. Know-It-All: How to Direct a Temperamentel Movie Star

# Peabody's Improbable History: Hans Christman Orsted

# Lay Jay Ranch

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# Lazy Jay Ranch: Episode 11

# Fractured Fairy Tales: The Magic Chicken

# Mr. Know-It-All: How to Have a Hit Record

# Peabody's Improbable History: Leif Ericsson

# Lazy Jay Ranch: Episode 12

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# Lazy Jay Ranch: Episode 13

# Fractured Fairy Tales: Aladdin and His Magic Lamp

# Mr. Know-It-All: How to Make the Neighbors Quiet

# Dudley Do-Right: Coming-Out Party

# Lazy Jay Ranch: Episode 14

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# Lazy Jay Ranch: Episode 15

# Fractured Fairy Tales: The Enchanted Gnat

# Bullwinkle's Corner: See a Pin

# Peabody's Improbable History: John Sutter

# Lazy Jay Ranch: Episode 16

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# Lazy Jay Ranch: Episode 17

# Fractured Fairy Tales: The Thirteen Helmets

# Mr. Know-It-All: How to Win Without Really Playing the Game

# Dudley Do-Right: Robbing Banks

# Lazy Jay Ranch: Episode 18

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# The Three Moosketeers: Episode 1

# Fractured Fairy Tales: The Giant and the Beanstalk

# Mr. Know-It-All: How to Interview a Scientist

# Dudley Do-Right: Mechanical Dudley

# The Three Moosketeers: Episode 2

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# The Three Moosketeers: Episode 3

# Fractured Fairy Tales: The Enchanted Fly

# Bullwinkle's Corner: I Shot an Arrow

# Peabody's Improbable History: Sir Isaac Newton

# The Three Moosketeers: Episode 4

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# The Three Moosketeers: Episode 5

# Fractured Fairy Tales: Felicia and the Pot of Pinks

# Bullwinkle's Corner: Bullwinkle and Rocky's Fan Club

# Peabody's Improbable History: Kit Carson

# The Three Moosketeers: Episode 6

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# The Three Moosketeers: Episode 7

# Aesop and Son: Son of the Masked Clock

# Bullwinkle's Corner: Jack Be Nimble

# Peabody's Improbable History: The First Caveman

# The Three Moosketeers: Episode 8

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# Topsy Turvy World: Episode 1

# Fractured Fairy tales: The Little Tinker

# Bullwinkle's Corner: The Swing

# Peabody's Improbable History: Geronimo

# Topsy Turvy World: Episode 2

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# Topsy Turvy World: Episode 3

# Aesop and Son: The Fox and the Hound

# Bullwinkle's Corner: My Shadow

# Peabody's Improbable History: The Great Wall of China

# Topsy Turvy World: Episode 4

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# Topsy Turvy World: Episode 5

# Fractured Fairy Tales: A Sad Tale of a Frog

# Mr. Know-It-All: How to Train Your Doggy

# Dudley Do-Right: Marigolds

# Topsy Turvy World: Episode 6

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# Topsy Turvy World: Episode 7

# Fractured Fairy Tales: The Teeth of Baghdad

# Bullwinkle's Corner: Sing a Song of Sixpence

# Peabody's Improbable History: The Marquis of Queensbury

# Topsy Turvy World: Episode 8

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# Topsy Turvy World: Episode 9

# Aesop and Son: The Bears and the Dragons

# Mr. Know-It-All: How to Escape From Devil's Island

# Peabody's Improbable History: Jim Bowie

# Topsy Turvy World: Episode 10

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# Topsy Turvy World: Episode 11

# Aesop and Son: The Fox and the Woodman

# Bullwinkle's Corner: The Raven

# Peabody's Improbable History: Edgar Allan Poe

# Topsy Turvy World: Episode 12

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# Topsy Turvy World: Episode 13

# Fractured Fairy Tales: The Little Man in the Boat

# Bullwinkle's Corner: Hickory Dickory Dock

# Dudley's Do-Right: Trading Places

# Topsy Turvy World: Episode 14

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November 19, 1959

All of America is in a panic due to the arrival of what they think are ""moon men"". When they land, it turns out to be a flying squirrel, and a bull moose named Rocky and Bullwinkle. They explain that when they were trying to bake Grandma Moose's fudge cake, the first layer blew their stove to the moon, so they used the rest of the cake to take them to the moon and back. So Bullwinkle is appointed head of Guided Moosles to duplicate the recipe, which had been torn in half by the explosion. Two spies named Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale try to do-away with Bullwinkle, which fails. And as the episode closes, we notice a scaly green hand raising some kind of gun at Rocky and Bullwinkle.

FRACTURED FAIRY TALES: Rapunzel

BULLWINKLE'S CORNER: The Swing

PEABODY'S IMPROBABLE HISTORY: Show Opening

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November 26, 1959

Rocky and Bullwinkle encounter two moon men named Gidney and Cloyd. They start to threaten the two they they'll get scrootched. The moon men are doing this because they say that the moon is tired of an invasion from earth, and if Rocky and Bullwinkle re-discover the formula, they'll be scrootched. Rocky claims that the recipe is in Bullwinkle's brain, and the only way to get it out is hypnotism. So Boris, posing as a Swami hypnotizes Bullwinkle asking him to tell everything he knew. The hypnotized Bullwinkle does tell everything he know from his childhood to the recipe. When the moon men hear Bullwinkle say the recipe, Cloyd fires his scrootch gun.

FRACTURED FAIRY TALES: Puss & Boots #1

BULLWINKLE'S CORNER: Little Miss Muffett

PEABODY'S IMPROBABLE HISTORY: Napoleon

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December 3, 1959

Bullwinkle got scrootched! He was now frozen solid. When Boris wakes up, he draws the moon men's attention to Rocky while he steals Bullwinkle. When Bullwinkle comes too, he has a new laboratory, with a new assistant (Boris). Boris wears a hearing aid which is really a short-wave radio which is being transmitted in another country by a band of spies. While Gidney and Cloyd take Rocky, he convinces them that they are invited to a party, and Bullwinkle's the entertainment chairman. But they can't find Bullwinkle. Bullwinkle has to use a chemistry dictionary for each of his household ingredients so Boris won't think it's a girl's cooking class. While the spies' duplicate explodes, Bullwinkle's result was chocolate pandowdy. When Rocky catches the aroma, he heads for Bullwinkle, where he falls through Boris's trap door.

FRACTURED FAIRY TALES: The Fisherman Wishes

BULLWINKLE'S CORNER: Little Boy Blue

PEABODY'S IMPROBABLE HISTORY: Lord Nelson

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December 10, 1959

Rocky falls through Boris's trap door and ends up in a hot air balloon that takes him over the ocean. When Gidney and Cloyd arrive at Boris's house, Boris and Natasha pretend to throw them a party. Their noise makers are guns that cause a whole in the cieling and Bullwinkle falls through and joins the party. Boris's punch is really poison, and Bullwinkle gave the wrong toast ""here's to crime"". And of course, Boris and Natasha had to drink it. Next thing Rocky flies back to shore, only to be attacked ny the U.S. Air Force until Rocky tells them that he's a U.S. Taxpayer. Rocky, now back with Bullwinkle and the moon men head back to the real laboratory when they end up arrested.

FRACTURED FAIRY TALES: Goldilocks

BULLWINKLE'S CORNER: Where Go The Boats

PEABODY'S IMPROBABLE HISTORY: Wyatt Earp

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December 17, 1959

Rocky, Bullwinkle, Gidney, and Cloyd are claimed they are under arrest because of the word that there are two spies. They clear themselves up, and then the moon men get accused, but Cloyd scrooches one of the FBI agents for 50 years. When everything's okay, Gindey and Cloyd get so much attention and popularity that they want to go back to the moon, and take Rocky and Bullwinkle as hostages. Why? Because they don't want to leave Rocky and Bullwinkle on earth and then end up rediscovering the rocket fuel. They take them in their flying saucer and begin to take off, but they end up finding out they're out of gas. Gindey asks Rocky and Bullwinkle to make some. This requires them to return to Frostbite Falls to get one ingredient: a Mooseberry Bush. Meanwhile, Boris and Natasha send the stolen rocket fuel to Pottsylvania via submarine.

FRACTURED FAIRY TALES: Fe-Fi-Fo-Fum

BULLWINKLE'S CORNER: My Shadow

PEABODY'S IMPROBABLE HISTORY: King Arthur

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December 24, 1959

Rocky and Bullwinkle are asked to help out the moon men, Rocky and Bullwinkle need to help them go back to the moon. Rocky and Bullwinkle have to make them some rocket fuel because (they don't know) Boris and Natasha stole their rocket fuel. They take it back to Pottsylvania, but Fearless Leader sends them back to kill Rocky and Bullwinkle, so they swim back, while the rocket fuel is still sent to Pottsylvania, but once it gets to the docks, Pottsylvania explodes. Rocky and Bullwinkle try every which way to get back to Frostbite Falls to get one ingredient: A Mooseberry Bush. After many failed attempts, they get lucky with Ace Rickenboris, a pilot. Boris poses as the pilot, while Natasha is the stewardess. They fasten Rocky and Bullwinkle in their seats with permanent seat belts, while Boris and Natasha sabotage the plane and jump out with parachutes.

FRACTURED FAIRY TALES: Beauty And The Beast

BULLWINKLE'S CORNER: I Love Little Pussy

PEABODY'S IMPROBABLE HISTORY: Franz Schubert

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January 1, 1960

Boris finishes destroying the plane and prepares to jump out, when a last second change of plans, that Bullwinkle must finish finding the formula. Boris unlocks our heroes out of their one-way seat belts. Rocky glides out of the plan, Boris insists that Bullwinkle use his parachute. And Boris crashes with the plane on top of a tree. Rocky and Bullwinkle find Mooseberry Island, only to find that all of the Mooseberry Bushes are quarantined due to a blight. Bullwinkle decides to swim with the current, grab a healthy bush, and return to shore. Once Bullwinkle's in the water, he remembers he can't swim, and disappears over a waterfall. Fortunately, Bullwinkle gets caught in a bush, and Rocky saves him. Boris finds out that the fuel he sent to Pottsylvania blew up the sea port and is instructed to make sure Bullwinkle finishes finding the formula. Boris poses as a plant inspector spray the mooseberry bush.

FRACTURED FAIRY TALES: Brave Little Tailor

BULLWINKLE'S CORNER: Taffy

PEABODY'S IMPROBABLE HISTORY: Lucretia Borgia

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January 8, 1960

Rocky and Bullwinkle have lost the mooseberry bush in a smokescreen. Boris and Natasha paddle away in a canoe, while Rocky and Bullwinkle turn their wrecked airplane into a canoe and are in hot pursuit. Rocky, Bullwinkle, Boris, and Natasha inevitably start the longest canoe race from Frostbite Falls to Washington D.C. going through any possible water places. When nightfalls, Boris changes a sign that said WARNING: Straight Ahead Only, No Left Turn, Dangerous Sawmill, to WARNING: Left Turn Only, Dangerous Sawmill Straight Ahead. Rocky and Bullwinkle take the sign seriously.

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January 15, 1960

Rocky and Bullwinkle's canoe ends up in a sawmill, where they are seized by the sawmill machinary, and are placed in an asmbly of soap boxes. Back in the laboratory, citizens are mad at Rocky and Bullwinkle for loosing the mooseberry bush. Boris and Natasha finally back on land, steal tickets to Pottsylvania. Rocky calls the moonmen who are now currently doing a show in Las Vegas. Gidney tells Rocky that they can get another Mooseberry Bush in Pottsylvania. Rocky, Bullwinkle, Boris, and Natasha are going to be on the same cruise ship.

Fractured Fairy Tales: Giant and the Beanstalk Bullwinkle's Corner: The Children's Hour Peabody's Improbable History: General Sherman Mr. Know It All: How to Catch a Bee

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January 22, 1960

Boris and Natasha have to steer clear of Rocky and Bullwinkle if their all on the same boat. The S.S. Andalusia. Boris and Natasha can't take their plant on with then because the ship's facalty was on the look for a stolen Moosberry Bush, yet their plant IS the stolen Moosberry Bush. So Natasha uses it like a new hat. While Rocky and Bullwinkle were walking up the gangplank, Boris snapped the chain and Rocky and Bullwinkle fell into the water and were about to be crushed between the dock and the ship. Capt. Peachfuzz threw a rope for them to catch, but as we all know, he's Wrongway Peachfuzz, and his rope went out on the other side. But fortunately, a passing motorboat hokked onto the rope and puled the ship out of the way, and Rocky and Bullwinkle were pulled back on deck. Boris and Natasha's stolen Moosberry Bus was sea-sick. Having to give it freshair, they disguised. Boris was Sir Thomas Lipenboris, the millionary yachtsman, and Natasha was his wife Lady Alice, and the stolen Moosb

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January 29, 1960

Rocky, Boris (Sir Thomas), and Natasha (Lady Alice) go for a turn around the deck, but Rocky soon tires the villains out since he's too fast. Bullwinkle tries to stir up a conversation with Uncle Chamly. Boris and Natasha drill holes in Rocky and Bullwinkle's lifeboat, then tricks them into a fake lifeboat practice. Out in the water, Rocky and Bullwinkle discover they've sprung a leak. Then Bullwinkle plugged up the holes in the lifeboat with his antlers, while Rocky kept his eyes open for the S.S. Andalusia, while the stolen Moosberry Bush disguised as Uncle Chamly just sat there. Rocky may be waiting a long time since the S.S. Andalusia is under the control of Capt. Peachfuzz, ther world's worst sailor. This episode also explains Peachfuzz's history. While at the end, the lifeboat with Rocky, Bullwinkle, and the Moosberry Bush got hooked to the S.S. Andalusia.

Fractured Fairy Takes: The Enchanted Fly Bullwinkle's Corner: Excelsior Peabody's Improbable History: Richard the Lionhe

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February 6, 1960

The Andalusia crashes into Rocky and Bullwinkle's lifeboar, but Bullwinkle ends up hanging from the anchor from his antler. Once back on board, Capt. Peachfuzz starts steering the ship in various directions all at once. Rocky and Bullwinkle find themselves along the shores of Netherlands, then Antarctica. Our heroes then find out the ship has run out of food. They're so hungry, they're even eating pictures of food out of magazines. Boris gets an instruction to pick the mooseberries off of the bush, only to find out that they are very explosive. All of the sudden, their bowl of Mooseberries slides out of their cabin where Bullwinkle begins to snack on them. He then gets deadly hiccups, when Boris decides to scare him with a false rumor about Rocky falling overboard.

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February 13, 1960

After Bullwinkle accidentally ate the Mooseberries, he was turned into a living bomb. He fell into the ships's swimming pool and the water blew out of the pool. Capt. Peachfuzz course wasn't going good. The ship run aground on tiny Bloney Island. Rocky and Bullwinkle spot Sam's Poi Burger stand. Since the ship's food supply ran low, Rocky, Bullwinkle, and Capt. Peachfuzz went to Sam's to get some food, when the ship was drifting away. But in reality, it was stolen by Boris. Meanwhile, in Sam's, the food cost clamshells, and Sam wouldn't accept any other kind of payment or trade. Boris contacted Fearless Leader to tell him that he stolen $100,000,000 Ocean Liner, but Fearless Leader told Boris to get Bullwinkle. While digging for clams, they saw the Andalusia came back, with Sir Thomas Lipenboris (Boris) at the wheel. Peachfuzz made a shrude deal with Sam. Now Sam will accept $800 for a Poi Burger each. Now the Andalusia has a refilled food supply, but on the way to Pottsylvania, the do

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February 20, 1960

The Andalusia arrives in Pottsylvania where Rocky and Bullwinkle see an angry mob waiting on the deck. But little do they know that the mob is really waiting for Boris! Boris feeling neglected, hears Rocky and Bullwinkle asking Sir Thomas Lipenboris and Lady Alice for help, Boris tells them that they can only get into the country via disguise. Boris diguises Rocky and Bullwinkle as an undisguised Boris and Natasha. When Rocky and Bullwinkle set foot onto the country, they are arrested and tried with execution. Boris heads to Central Control where Fearless Leader isn't happy. Rocky failing the execution save him and Bullwinkle. Fearless Leader fogives Boris. Rocky and Bullwinkle manage to get their disguises off. The mayor of Potttsylvania take Rocky and Bullwinkle straight to jail!

Fractured Fairy Tales: Pinochio Bullwinkle's Corner: The Daffodils Peabody's Improbable History: General Custer Mr. Know It All: How to Remove a Mustache

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February 27, 1960

Rocky and Bullwinkle are taken to jail because they're tourist in Pottsylvania. Boris outlines his fiendish plan to Fearless Leader: When Bullwinkle gives them the rocket fuel, they'll go to the moon, conquer the moonmen, and beam Pottsylvanian TV programs to America hoping to cause them to pay billions to stop broadcasting. Rocky and Bullwinkle are released by their lawyer (who is really Boris in disguise.) But Rocky and Bullwinkle refuse ro leave unless the other tourist are set free too. With that, Boris pays bail for them too. The Andalusia sails off, while Rocky and Bullwinkle stay in Pottsylvania. They need a password to get into a hotel and they sign in with the name of Smith. With that they go out in search of a Mooseberry Bush. When they return to their room, they find it's been turned upside out and inside down. They lost their money, their papers, and worst of all, Bullwinkle's autographed picture of Sonny Tops!

Fractured Fairy Tales: Sleeping Beauty Bullwinkle's Corner: T

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March 6, 1960

Rocky and Bullwinkle find out that a mooseberry bush grows on Whynchatakea Peak in the Grimylayian Mountains. They hire the Boris and Natasha who pose as mountain climbing guides, Sir Hilary Pushemov and Princess Bubbling Spring That Runs in the Meadow. They climb to the top of Whynchataka Peak, where Boris and Natasha find a mooseberry bush. To make sure Rocky and Bullwinkle don't find it, Boris rolls a jawbreaker down at them that soon transforms into a giant snowball. Our heroes survive and are soon in hot pursuit of the mooseberry bush.

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March 13, 1960

Rocky and Bullwinkle have lunch on ledge, where Bullwinkle sneezes due to too much pepper on his hardboiled egg. Rocky and Bullwinkle fall and end up in a snowpile. Boris and Natasha then have to dig up our heroes since they still have the bush. Boris decides to scare our heroes with the legend of the Abominadaba-b-b-b-b-b-b-b-b-ble Snowman. Natasha dresses up in a white cloak, when Rocky and Bullwinkle are scared out of their tent by the real Abominadaba-b-b-b-b-b-b-b-b-ble Snowman!

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March 20, 1960

Rocky and Bullwinkle have a real scared feeling now since they have encountered the Abomidable Snowman. Boris suggests that one of them should stay and fight the snowman, so they draw straws, with Bullwinkle getting the longest straw. It looks like Bullwinkle is all alone with the Abomidable Snowman, when Rocky flies off the cliff to help Bullwinkle. The snowman is paralyzed, and all of the sudden, there was a voice from the snowman saying ""Get me out"". The voice belonged to Gidney. And then another voice that belonged to Cloyd. So they told Rocky and Bullwinkle how they were contracted to a western show, but when a scene called for some gunplay, Cloyd scrooched the audience. Since the audience can't move away from their sets, the show was cancelled and TV now plays nothing but commercials. Rocky and Bullwinkle have to take the last Mooseberry Bush to their government, which puts the moonmen down since that's the last one, and they need a Mooseberry Bush for their rocket fuel. Rocky de

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March 27, 1960

Rocky and Bullwinkle are reunited with the moonmen, Gidney and Cloyd. Rocky has a plan to turn Gidney and Cloyd into Americans so they can go back to the moon. Boris and Natasha pose as the two-drives of the Tick Tock Taxi company. Once Rocky and Bullwinkle are on their way, they hear a ""tick tock"" sound, but it isn't the price meter. Boris and Natasha pull over to ""take cover"" while our heroes look for the ticking sound. Bullwinkle accidentally cause the taxi cab to roll backwards and then car explodes right where Boris and Natasha were hiding. It turns out that the ticking sound was a ticking bomb underneath the back seat. Rocky and Bullwinkle try to leave the country, only to find that a centry won't let them leave.

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April 3, 1960

Vladimere, The border centry is about to shoot our heroes, when Cloyd scrooches him. Rocky and Bullwinkle then sneak out of the country only to find every airport, train depot, and boat docks are full of tourist dying to get out of Pottsylvania. Gidney and Cloyd fade in on a ship and persuaed the crew to pick up Rocky and Bullwinkle. Once back in America, Rocky and Bullwinkle train the moonmen to be Americans. Senator Fussmussen makes it harder to become an American, Gidney and Cloyd fail their exam, and end up being deported back to the moon.

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April 10, 1960

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April 17, 1960

Bullwinkle now in jail because he is accused of being the boxtop counterfeiter. When the guard notices that the counterfeiter struck again while he was in jail, Rocky and Bullwinkle are called to the World Economic Council to help them out figuring out who the real counterfeiter is. The head of the WEC named Mr. Blurp calls on Hemlock Somes, (who is really Boris) to find where the counterfeit Boxtops are hidden in the entire building. Rocky, Bullwinkle, Boris and Natasha search the whole building when once at the top floor, Boris aims Rocky and Bullwinkle's attention to a certain room which leads to the building's clock.

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April 24, 1960

Rocky and Bullwinkle are locked inside the clock tower of the WEC building. Boris has wrecked the controls, and the clock started to spin out of control. Rocky flies out through an opening in the clock face, where he gets help from the WEC. Mr. Blurp notices trouble because the entire city regulates it's time by the clock tower. Once Rocky manages to get the door open, the vibration of the clock's chimes knock Bullwinkle out of the window, where he is dangling from the clock hands. Rocky saves Bullwinkle by grabbing him and tries to pull him in. Seaching for the counterfeiter, Bullwinkle uses the elevator, only to find no elevator car and falls down.

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April 30, 1960

Bullwinkle has entered an empty elevator shaft only to find the hidden counterfeit boxtops. All of the sudden, the pile of boxtops begin to shrink as Boris and Natasha shovel all of the boxtops into a big truck. Rocky and Bullwinkle get into the next elevator to try to catch the counterfeiter, where Boris's plan is waiting, for their elevator car to hit a giant TNT plunger, and blowup. But instead, their elevator car acts like a rocket, Rocky and Bullwinkle are expecting the worse, and are taking it remarkably calm, while Mr. Blupt from the WEC tries to contact the police, only to get ahold of an intellectual officer. Just at that moment, Rocky and Bullwinkle's elevator car hits the river.

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May 1, 1960

Rocky and Bullwinkle may have landed in the river in a disconnected elevator car, but they're still alive. Now they're heading out to sea. At that moment, Boris and Natasha had just crossed the stateline only to be stopped by the drawbridge being up, while Rocky and Bullwinkle's car passes by. Boris and Natasha are now in a pickle, for they cannot drive any further, and the police are closing in on them. So, with no alternitive, they jump off the side of the bridge just as the police arrive. Meanwhile, Rocky and Bullwinkle spot a nearby coast guard, who mistakens them for a enemy submarine, and starts shooting at them. Bullwinkle just thinking it's from his rival network is wrong for at that moment, a giant boat floats by and tosses two depth charges at them. All of the sudden, there's a big explosion!

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May 8, 1960

Rocky and Bullwinkle end up in a Coast Guard Station where they are seized. Rocky and Bullwinkle explain to the comodor that they were in an elevator car was blown out of the building and they ended up in the river. Boris and Natasha sneak back to their printing press where they make even more counterfeit boxtops. Bullwinkle goes inside to ask for some reward posters, when Boris gives Bullwinkle a pice of dynamite which he said was cigar and asked him to wait. When Bullwinkle remembers he doesn't smoke, he slips the dynamite back through the mail slot where the printing press blows up and counterfeit boxtops rains on the city. Rocky and Bullwinkle are heros again!

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September 25, 1960

Our story opens up in the post office in Frostbite Falls Minnesota. Rocky and Bullwinkle come to pick up their mail. Amazingly, Bullwinkle gets a letter from a New York Law Firm. The letter says that Bullwinkle's Uncle Dewlap had passed away, Bullwinkle has inherited a claim to a mine. The mine is on the slopes of Mt. Flatten, but just hearing that made the post office worker faint. Rocky and Bullwinkle head home to pack up to end up almost being stabbed by a mysterious knife-throwing stranger. The knife has a note attached to it wanting them to keep away from Mt. Flatten, but Rocky's not giving up! Once Rocky and Bullwinkle are at home, they start packing, only Bullwinkle is having trouble opening his suitcase. His suitcase has a big can of TNT wired to go off as soon as he opens it. He kicks out the window hoping the force will open it. The suitcase lands next to the mysterious knife throwing stranger, and blows up. On the way to Mt. Flatten, Rocky and Bullwinkle are tricked into goi

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September 29, 1960

In Frostbite Falls, there are more TV sets than there are people. The reason for this is because Frostbite Falls is the home of TV's most precious personalities: Rocket J. Squirrel. But a very funny thing has happened: that same night when people tuned into ""Rocky and His Friends"", their TV sets are busted! Rocky soars up into the air to see what could be the problem, and finds every single TV antannia are missing! The people of Frostbite Falls are going crazy without any TV to watch. Some people are slipping back into old fashion evening habits are knitting, going to bed early, catching fireflies, or beating each other. Rocky tries to fix this remedy by replacing all the TV antannias. But afterwards, they're all gone again. Local Sheriff Wright examines the stumps, and cloncludes they've been bitten off! But how? Sheriff Wright, Rocky, and Bullwinkle agree to stand watch over a deco antannia. Bullwinkle takes the first watch, while Rocky and the sheriff slumber. Bullwinkle suddenly fi

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October 2, 1960

Boris had tricked Rocky and Bullwinkle into thinking they're heading toward Mt. Flatten, but actually, they are heading for a minefield. Boris chooses that moment to drive off on his motorcycle to get to Mt. Flatten, when all of the sudden, Natasha appears on the scene to make sure Boris doesn't hog allof Bullwinkle's inheritance for himself. With the sounds of landmines going off, a military tank comes to ""despose"" of Rocky and Bullwinkle. The commander asks them to leave, but Rocky points out that they can't due to they are surrounded by landmines. So the tank's giant mechanical hand grabs Rocky and Bullwinkle, then a giant mechanical foot kicks them out of the minefield. Boris feels down since Rocky and Bullwinkle aren't really dead. They are now hitching a ride, but no one stops, until a limo comes and picks them up. Once inside, Rocky notices that door has no window crank or door handle. The driver of the limo isn't really a driver at all, but a dummy fastened to the will, while t

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October 6, 1960

When Bullwinkle was put in charge of watching a deco TV antania, he ran into a 6foot tall metal mouse. The next morning Bullwinkle found it impossible to tell anyone about it. The nation's TV's have been going off in a blink by something or someone destroying the TV antnias, the culprit is the 6foot tall mouse. Senator Seanpike apointed Rocky in charge of the investiation. Just as he was making his farewell address, an iron lamp post falls and knocks out Seanpike. When Rocky inspects it, he concludes it's been bitten. Rocky says that whoever bitten through an iron lamp post had to be some unknown creature. Bullwinkle finally tells Rocky about the metal mouse. Rocky and Bullwinkle build a giant mousetrap and roll it to Bleakly Mansion. When Bullwinkle accidentally drops the bait on the trap, Rocky goes hurdling in the air and smashs through a window. Bullwinkle tried every which way to get into the house to save his friend. He finally catapulted himself via the giant mouse trap, but unf

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October 9, 1960

Rocky and Bullwinkle have hitched a ride into a limo which had no human hand to control it, instead a dummy fastened to the wheel. Rocky and Bullwinkle try feverishly to stop the car, but are unsuccessful. Meanwhile, Natasha figures a way to keep Rocky and Bullwinkle from Mt. Flatten, by changing the road signs. Unfortunately, Boris ends up with the same idea and changes the signs back, and while they ride off on the motorcycle, they end up going over a cliff. Miles away in a dark room, a mysterious figure is controling the limo by remote control, and pushes the reverse button. The bottom half of the limo reverses and begins tearing up the desert. Rocky and Bullwinkle try to get to Mt. Flatten on foot, but get weaker and weaker by the hot desert sun. Then, the bottom half of the limo tears across the desert, and ends up catching Boris and Natasha. Then, Boris's cannon ball strikes them in the limo.

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October 13, 1960

Inside the old Bleakly Mansion, Rocky ran into a 6 foot metal mouse. When the mouse tried to spear Rocky, his tail got stuck into the wall. Once Bullwinkle meets Rocky in the house, they find pictures of the Bleakly ancestors, and one of the metal mouse, but it wasn't really a painting, it was another one! Rocky and Bullwinkle discover it's a secret passage. Once inside, the passage closes. After walking a little while they come to a door with voices inside. Rocky instructs Bullwinkle to put his ear to the door to listen, but the only way he could do that, is to put his antler through the door. The door opened, and Rocky and Bullwinkle found a room full 6foot metal mice. Two capture them, and take them to their leader, the big cheese, who's a little rat. He tells Rocky their plan of having the metal mice devouring TV antanias, which will make the Americans move to a country where there is TV, and the mice take of the ""US of A"". Rocky doesn't believe it until the big cheese shows them p

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October 16, 1960

Rocky and Bullwinkle can't stand walking through the hot desert. Boris and Natasha can't stand the fact of them reaching Mt. Flatten. Boris posing as Gunga Drain, an Indian water peddler, offers them some water in exchange for Bullwinkle's mine deed. Rocky refuses, so Boris offers them some ""chameleons"" as souveineirs. But Rocky knows they're really scorpions. Rocky and Bullwinkle leave. Yes, Boris really was going to offer them water, that dissolves it's consumers. All of the sudden, a badly flown helicopter appears in the sky and dives ending up getting Bullwinkle's antlers caught between the wheels. Rocky grabs ahold of Bullwinkle in attempt to pull him out, only to be picked up too.

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October 20, 1960

Rocky and Bullwinkle have been placed in their own giant mousetrap, and are about to be exterminated by a metal mouse. Rocky takes another look at the pictures Big Cheese Boris gave them and noticed that they weren't taken in America! Fortunately, the mouse randown before he got rid of them. They escaped and were about to runaway, when Rocky said they had to go back and defeat the mice. Rocky got cornered, but when Bullwinkle accidentally hit the exterminator mouse, he charged it back up, and the mouse caught the other mouse's tail in the trap. Rocky and Bullwinkle hid in the Bleakly Mansion kitchen to think of a plan. Meanwhile, Boris and Natasha were winding up more of the metal mice. Rocky got an idea, and cooked up some caramels. He fed them to the mice, who ended up with mouths that couldn't open or close anymore due to the sticky caramels. Boris and Natasha ordered a new shsipment of the mice. All of the sudden, a space ship came into view from the moon.

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October 23, 1960

Bullwinkle's antlers are stuck between the wheels of a mysterious helicopter, that boucnes, and flies like crazy across the desert. Rocky grabbed Bullwinkle's feet at one moment when he comes to the ground, but Rocky is pulled up into the air again. Suddenly, the pilot pulls a wrong lever, and Rocky and Bullwinkle are hurled into the cockpit, where Rocky hears a familiar voice. Next thing you know, Rocky and Bullwinkle are reunited with their friend, Captain Peter Wrongway Peachfuzz. Capt. Peachfuzz then throws another wrong lever, and the propellers of the copter fly off. As the copter falls earth-ward, Bullwinkle and Capt. Peachfuzz parachute out, while Rocky soars out. Bullwinkle has no trouble as he drifts to earth, but Capt. Peachfuzz has his on upside down and his money falls out of his pockets, but not to worry because Rocky saves them. Once on the ground, Rocky and Bullwinkle are even more lost than ever, but Peachfuzz doesn't care because he has to follow Rocky and Bullwinkle

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October 27, 1960

After the metal-munching mice were ruined by Rocky's caramel, Boris and Natasha order a new shipment of them from a landing spaceship. The spaceship began to unload a new cargo of the metal mice. So Rocky and Bullwinkle snuck upon the spaceship, unfortunately, so did Boris, who was then disguised as the big cheese. Rocky and Bullwinkle began to chase Boris, who then ran like a frightened mouse. All of the sudden, a stange weapon came out of the spaceship, and shot. Boris (or the big cheese) was frozen solid. Rocky and Bullwinkle then have a reunion with their old friends, Gidney and Cloyd the moonmen, who were delivering a new shipment of metal mice. When Rocky told them what had happened, the moonmen were shocked. ""We didn't know they were going to be used this way,"" Gidney said. The moonmen decide to have a little discussion with the big cheese, who was still scrooched. Rocky, Bullwinkle, Gidney, and Cloyd waited for the big cheese to get unscrooched. All of the sudden, more of the m

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October 30, 1960

Rocky, Bullwinkle, and Capt. Peachfuzz kand safely on the sands of the desert, where they're lost again. Capt. Peachfuzz claims he has to follow them because of Bullwinkle's mine. In one word: upsidasium. Capt. Peachfuzz goes through his pockets, only to find he has lost all of his papers since he parachuted upside down. Meanwhile in another part of the desert, Boris and Natasha find all of Capt. Peachfuzz's top secret papers. Boris has a sneaky idea. After our heroes trail through the desert, they run into an arabian named Abou Ben Boris (who is really Boris). He tells them that they are in the middle of the Saharrah Desert. Rocky and Capt. Peachfuzz step inside the spies tent, while outside, Boris knocks Bullwinkle unconscious, and he sneaks inside the tent to do-away with the other two, only to have Rocky and Capt. Peachfuzz to request that they help them out of the desert. Boris's asking price is one deed to mine. Rocky becomes too suspicious. Boris and Natasha leave the tent, and

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November 3, 1960

Rocky, Bullwinkle, Gidney, and Cloyd are forming a human fence at the pass to stop the army of metal-munching mice from striking the little town of Podunk Junction. But unfortunately, the moonmice took another way. Rocky gets an idea to hire a pide piper to pipe away all of the metal-munching mice. Gidney and Cloyd think it's a ridculous idea, but Rocky and Bullwinkle try it anyway. They advertised in the newpaper, and Boris comes along posing as ""Roughonrats Chasemov"". Rocky wonders if he's a real piper, but Boris pull out a pipe and begins to pipe smoke rings. Rocky makes a deal with him that he'll receive a dollar for every metal-munching mice he pipes away. Boris comes by with a line of the mice, but little did our heroes know that he was leading the same line in a large circle to make it look like he's piping more mice. Rocky owes Boris $6000. After that, Rocky and Bullwinkle spot one that Boris missed. Rocky has to leave it instead of take it. Gidney and Cloyd brought down 100,00

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November 6, 1960

Rocky, Bullwinkle, and Capt. Peachfuzz continue there walk through the desert, until Peachfuzz comes across a railroad track. Bullwinkle insists that it's a mirage, so he stands on the tracks, while a train comes his way. The engineers see Bullwinkle and jump out of the train. Rocky flies in and stops the train, explains to the engineers, and are now on the train heading to they hope Mt. Flatten. Meanwhile, down the tracks, Boris is ready to derail the train when it arrives. While in their car, Capt. Peachfuzz says that Bullwinkle's mine is very valuable because it's chaucked full of the rare anti-gravity metal, Upsidasium. Awhile back, a grizzled old prospector found a chunck of it, and it made his mule float since the mule was carrying it in the prospector's pack. He wants to make a claim on Mt. Flatten, but is turned down because Bullwinkle's uncle Dewlap D. Moose already has a claim on it. The prospector says that Mt. Flatten is a lost mountain.

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November 10, 1960

The whole metal-munching mice issue is all the fault of our heroes old nemices, Mr. Big! His plot, to send metal-munching mice to USA, to destroy all of the TV antanias. With the citizens getting disgusted, they'll leave for some other country that has TV, then he and the mice will take over. Rocky, Bullwinkle, Gidney, and Cloyd are feeling low. Rocky is upset about the whole TV issue, but Bullwinkle decides to play his old ukelelea. His singing is terrible and Rocky and the moonmen want him to stop. All of the sudden, the whole army of metal-munching mice surround the cotage of Rocky and Bullwinkle. But the thing is, Boris is not leading them! They ran away from Boris, it turns out that Bullwinkle's singing voice makes the moonmice happy. Boris automatically thinks two can play at this game, so he poses as the Big Cheese, and has a musical battle against Bullwinkle. All of the sudden, the moonmice begin to go back to Boris.

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November 13, 1960

Boris is ready to derail the upcoming train with Rocky and Bullwinkle aboard. Boris contacts Fearless Leader to get approval from a fellow named: Mr. Big. He's disapproved because if Bullwinkle's gone, how will they find Mt. Flatten? So Boris tries to put the switch back to where it was, only to find it stuck. So he runs on the tracks waving a red flag. Rocky notices, and has Bullwinkle pull the emergancy brake cord. The train stops and Rocky and Bullwinkle go to meet the hero, who turns out to be a grizzled old prospector named Mojave Max (Boris) and his sidekick Death Valley Dotty (Natasha). All of the sudden, the train leaves because Capt. Peachfuzz drives it. Rocky, Bullwinkle, Max, and Dotty search for Mt. Flatten noticing a road marker pointing the direction to Mt. Flatten. Rock after rock with the same sign until they come to a rock pointing in the opposite direction. But, if Mt. Flatten's right where they're standing, where is it?

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November 17, 1960

It's Bullwinkle Vs. Boris as the Big Cheese in a musical contest to win the effections of the metal-mucnhing mice. It looks as if they were returning to Boris, but just threw him into a lake, then Bullwinkle began singing again, and the moonmice returned to him. Unfortunately, Bullwinkle was out of songs, and the moonmice crowd was getting restless. Just then, Boris came posing as Colonel Tomsk wanted to put Bullwinkle in a concert at Collosum Stadium, and all of the moonmice get in for free. Bullwinkle receives in his honor an electric ukelelea, Boris plugs it up to one of the collums in the stadium which was connected to all of the others, so that the first chord Bullwinkle struck would be his last. Natasha points out that the moonmice would be destroyed too, but Boris had complete confidence that more were being made on the moon. On the moon, Mr. Big received news that not another moonmouse could be made due to a shortage of the material. Mr. Big wasn't worried, and left for Earth t

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November 20, 1960

Rocky and Bullwinkle look for Mt. Flatten, but it's nowhere to be found. It turns out that Mt. Flatten is a floating mountain. Rocky concludes it's a floating mountain because of all of the Upsidasium! There's only one problem: only Rocky can get to it because he can fly, but how will Bullwinkle, Mojave Max (Boris) and Death Valley Dotty (Natasha) get to it. Boris spots a deep dry well, so Boris changes the danger sign on it and turns it into an ""Only Up Elevator"" Rocky and Bullwinkle step in, only to find they've fallen into the dry well. But then, Boris thinks, how will they know they've found Upsidasium if Rocky and Bullwinkle aren't around, so he and Natasha send down a rescue rope for them. With that, they resume getting to Mt. Flatten, Rocky flies up and drops down a long rope for Boris, Natasha, and Bullwinkle to climb up to reach the lost mountain. With that, Rocky and Bullwinkle get out there chizzles and begin looking for some Upsidasium, meanwhile, Boris and Natasha attempt

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November 27, 1960

Rocky and Bullwinkle have finally made it Mt. Flatten! Boris and Natasha attempt to squash them with a huge boulder. When they push it over, it begins to fall up, because it was full of the anti-gravity metal, Upsidasium. With Rocky and Bullwinkle striking some Upsidasium, now all they have to do is contact Capt. Peachfuzz about their find. They send out smoke signals, which catches everybody's eyes except Capt. Peachfuzz because he was just too good at keeping secrets. Boris and Natasha try to steal the whole mountain, but they are unsuccessful. Rocky and Bullwinkle find a huge thing of the anti-gravity metal, Upsidasium! Bullwinkle grabs the whole thing, and starts falling up!

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December 1, 1960

Something fishy's going on in the little town of Frostbite Falls, one night, two mysterious figures break into Rocky and Bullwinkle's house. To make sure he doesn't get in the way, Rocky gets tied to a chair, and gagged, while the men knock Bullwinkle out with a sleeping potion. They then gently put Bullwinkle's oof in a box, and sneak away taking Bullwinkle with them in a mysterious plane. Meanwhile, Rocky managed to free himself from his binds, and tries to call the police for help, only to end up with one of their yackity yack friends on the phone wanting to yackity yack. So Rocky then heads to the police station for help. Asking for any distinguising marks, Rocky tells them Bullwinkle has a weather forecasting bunyon. With that, Rocky's sent to the Weather Bureau, where he get his first glimps of weather forecasting technology.

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December 4, 1960

Rocky and Bullwinkle have struck it rich on Mt. Flatten. The only trouble is, their find of Upsidasium always falls up whenever they unearth a hunk. Bullwinkle makes a find, and grabs ahold of a huge chunk of Upsidasium, and starts falling up. He keeps on lifting up in the air, until he's too high to let go. Rocky gets and idea, and tosses him a poker. He chunks off pieces of the Upsidasium, and he starts to decend back down to earth, where he's safe and sound. Rocky decides to get help from experts, Mojave Max, who is really Boris, who at that moment, gets word from Fearless Leader that there boss, Mr. Big is on his way to Mt. Flatten. During that time, a giant black jet flies through the desert: it's destination: Mt. Flatten. Rocky and Bullwinkle find their assistant, Mojave Max (Boris), and lead him to their mine, to help them collect Upsidasium. Boris tells them to go down the mine shaft to get some. As they get into the elevator and start down, Boris rolls a huge boulder down the

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December 8, 1960

Bullwinkle was flown away to a far-away place, where apparently his weather forecasting bunyon is needed. Meanwhile, Rocky is sent to the weather bureau for help, getting his first glimps at modern weather forecasting technology. With that, he meets the meterologist, Capt. Peachfuzz, who tells Rocky that he was transferred from being the head of G-2, to the weather bureau, where his methods of forecasting weather is to name a city, then throw a dart at a weather map. Later, Rocky and Capt. Peachfuzz go to help Bullwinkle, when Peachfuzz tried to contacts Washington, he ends up contacting an airforce. With that, the airforce thought they were to shoot down Rocky. Later, Rocky and Capt. Peachfuzz leave in a little plane to find the plane with Bullwinkle while the airforce try to follow them, but have trouble due to the fact that Capt. Peachfuzz had a terrible coarse. After shaking the ariforce, Capt. Peachfuzz's coarse by sure-dumb-idiot luck exactly matched the one of the mysterious pla

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December 11, 1960

Capt. Peachfuzz, head of G-2 is the biggest secret keeper. His files are so secret, even his secretary can't look for the files with her eyes open. Needing an update, he tunes into Rocky and His Friends, but only picks up what we already went through. With that, Capt. Peachfuzz takes his private jet to the North Pole. Meanwhile, back at Mt. Flatten, Rocky and Bullwinkle are in an old mine shaft, just inches ahead of a huge boulder hurling after them. Mr. Big arrives at Mt. Flatten, who turns out to be nothing more than an enormous shadow. He tells Boris that the mine shaft goes all the way through the mountain. Sure enough, Rocky and Bullwinkle have gone through the entire mountain, and are now in the air, with the boulder still after them. Rocky soars out and pushes that elevator out of the way, as the boulder passes by. Rocky and Bullwinkle then begin a rope climb back to the surface of Mt. Flatten. Back on the surface, Boris snips bits and pieces of the rope, to ensure that the fun

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December 18, 1960

Rocky and Bullwinkle try to fly Mt. Flatten to Washington D.C., but every night when they wake up, the mountain's back where it started. Standing watch, they find Boris and Natasha flying the mountain back in the opposite direction! They're caught, and the town below notice the mountain in the air and the word goes out everywhere, while inside the cave, Boris and Natasha meet with their instructor, Mr. Big, who is an enormous shadow. He explains that Pottsylvania needs Upsidasium for one reason: Pottsylvania produces a new car called an Assassian 8, which runs on squirrels instead of engines, but they're being made to fast than they can be bought, and the country can't shut down production, and the whole country is over flowing with the squirrel powered cars. Upsidasium came answer their problems. Then Mr. Big instructs Boris to blow up the whole mountain, and himself too!

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December 22, 1960

Rocky and Capt. Peachfuzz are flying along the mystery plane bearing Bullwinkle, and his carefully cased hoof with his weather forecasting bunyon. Rocky and Capt. Peachfuzz didn't go unnoticed, the mystery plane drew out a weapon at them, surround their plane in a smoke screen. Capt. Peachfuzz attempting to fly over the smoke screen did the worng thing. Next thing you know, Rocky and Capt. Peachfuzz end up on a piece of floor from the plane floating on the ocean. Capt. Peachfuzz attepmting to swim sank like a rock due to his package of heavy sandwiches, which was in reality a deflated life raft. After blowing it up, Rocky started rowing, unfortunately, he didn't get anywhere because Peachfuzz was busy rowing in the opposite direction. Meanwhile, Bullwinkle was in a Barbaric splendor, with his bunyoned hoof resting on a velvet cushion. When Bullwinkle awoke he admired the room, until a little king and his henchman walked in. The king told Bullwinkle the story about how he used to be a

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December 25, 1960

Rocky and Bullwinkle are about to crash due to the fact that the plane their flying was completly designed by Capt. Peachfuzz! Rocky thinks that if he uses the steering wheel backwards, then the plane would be working right. He was right, while Boris and Natasha look through their Crookbook. Rocky lands the plane and explains to Capt. Peachfuzz that Mt. Flatten is full of Upsidasium. Then Rocky tells them that they need to get Mt. Flatten to Washington. So Rocky suggests that they take the engine from Capt. Peachfuzz's plane, attach it to Mt. Flatten, and fly it to Washington. But they'll have to fly at night so they won't expose the mountain to everyone else. But after three times, by the next night, they haven't moved at all. So the last time, Rocky and Bullwinkle stand guard.

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December 29, 1960

Rocky and Capt. Peachfuzz are lost at sea, meanwhile on the island of New Greenpernt, King Bushwick Thoid Thoid is appointing Bullwinkle to be the new wizard of New Greenpernt or else! Bullwinkle is really shaken up now. Night falls, and Rocky and Capt. Peachfuzz are still paddling unti Rocky notices an island! When daylight approaches, Rocky and Capt. Peachfuzz are no closer to the island than they were for two reasons: 1. Capt. Peachfuzz had been paddling with the wrong end, 2. the current is now against them. Rocky suggests that they get a mast with a sail. Capt. Peachfuzz says there's one in one of the raft's compartments. Bullwinkle, still sitting on the mountain top in the Oogle's next gets a phone call from King Bushwick. Bullwinkle says that his bunyon only tells the weather. Bullwinkle's bunyon said warm and sunny, which was correct, except for the lower altitudes of New Greenpernt which was raining. Capt. Peachfuzz pulls the deflating plug and the escaping air shoots their ra

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January 1, 1961

Boris talks Mr. Big out of blowing himself up with Mt. Flatten by saying if he goes, Mr. Big goes as well! So Rocky and Bullwinkle are flying Mt. Flatten to Washtington D.C., where the entire supply of upsidasium is guarded by Fort KnickKnack, run by General Broadbeam. While sleeping in their hotel room, Boris steals Rocky's helmet to look like him to steal the upsidasium. To keep the Upsidasium from falling up, Boris wears magnets on hus feet where the floor is metal. Then Boris and Natasha send the Upsidasium out back to a fleet of trucks. Meanwhile, Rocky (in his night cap), Bullwinkle, and General Broadbeam go looking for the person who stole his helmet.

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January 5, 1961

Rocky, Bullwinkle, and Capt. Peachfuzz are tied to stakes at the mercy of King Bushwick Thoid Thoid, who is having his henchman ready to execute them because Bullwinkle was a lousy wizard. Rocky asks King Bushwick to let them go and he'll help him find the Oogle bird by following the tracks. Following the tracks, Rocky points out that there are two sets of oogle tracks. King Bushwick says there's only one oogle bird in the world. The tracks end at the water's edge, so the four get into a boat to look for the oogle bird, who was at that moment chained to a nest at the mercy of none other than...Boris! Boris and Natasha have been using the oogle's fortune telling eggs to help them with their evil schemes. Everything goes smoothly for them until Natasha reads a fortune that states: ""Happy day, Rocky Squirrel is on the way!"" So Boris gets turns the island into a mine field...literally.

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January 8, 1961

IF IT'S WORTH STEALING AT ALL, STEAL IT ALL, declaims Boris as he and Natasha go out the window just before our heroes and General Broadbeam rush in. But where are their trucks, and more to the point, thinks General Broadbeam, where'd those flying goggles that the moose has picked up near the window come from> Naturally, using hii rapier-like military intelligence, the general reaches an instant conclusion, and has Rocky arrested, but when the squirrel reminds the general that they've been together all along, General Broadbeam once again draws the obvious conclusion...and has himself arrested! But where's the upsidasium? wonders Bullwinkle. Could it've just disappeared into thin air? That's precisely where the fleet of trucks is, floating upward! Are these Truck Drivers in the Sky, and can our heroes Follow the Fleet? To corral the rapidly departing fleet of flying trucks, Rocky rockets over to the nearby missile base, but the military's rule is NO SQUIRRELS ON MISSILES, so our quick-t

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January 12, 1961

Rocky, Bullwikle, Capt. Peachfuzz, and King Bushwick Thoid Thoid have approached the little island, where the great fortune telling Oogle Bird is being held hostage by Boris and Natasha. Rocky and Bullwinkle's attempted to capture the villains has them ending up in capturing themselves. All of the sudden, it looks like a boulder is coming tumbling down from the mountain. But it turns out that it wasn't a boulder at all, but another Oogle egg. The fortune in the egg askes Rocky and Bullwinkle to climb the top of the hill. Once at the top, Rocky and Bullwinkle find the oogle bird. Boris had a plan to stop them, but ends up trapped by being surrounded by his own landmines. Once our heroes return to the island of New Greenpernt, it ends up with Capt. Peachfuzz being the substitute wizard of New Greenpernt.

THE END

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January 15, 1961

Rocky flies a misile up into the sky to retreive the fleet of trucks full of Upsidasium, but all of the sudden, Rocky's misile goes off coarse, leaving General Broadbeam no choice but to blow up the misile. But luckly Rocky fixes the misile and catches the trucks. Trying to drive the trucks back to the ground was unsucessful because they were out of gas, but Bullwinkle threw a huge rock at the trucks which brought them down. Later, Broadbeam learns that the misile had been sabatoged. Boris disguises as Broadbeam which gets him ( the real Broadbeam) arrested. Rocky and Bullwinkle follwing Boris led them into a storage closet, where they are now at the mercy of the giant shadow Mr. Big!

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January 22, 1961

Rocky and Bullwinkle are now at the mercy of the giant shadow Mr. Big! Rocky plans for him and Bullwinkle to rush him. Bullwinkle atempting to hit Mr. Big high didn't work, while Rocky had more luck hitting him low! Mr. Big has been revealed! He's a midget! He's even shorter than Rocky! He explains that his shadow looked so big is because he just stood in front of the flashlight. He gets away, but Rocky and Bullwinkle go to tell the general, who is really Boris in diguise, while the real general Broadbeam gets a grade on his examination proving he's the real general. Boris orders the firing squad to shoot, but he couldn't get them to face Rcoky and Bullwinkle for he didn't which military call to make. Broadbeam finally gets released since they now know he's the real general, and he saves Rocky and Bullwinkle from the firing squad and send Boris and Natasha to jail. Now the whole army of Fort KnickKnack has the Upsidasium vault surrounded while Rocky and Bullwinkle try to sneak on Mr. B

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January 29, 1961

In England, the Earl of Crankcase had deceased because when he thought he was jumping into a swimming pool, he was really jumping into a construction hole. The Crankcase nephews, Feltcher, Beltcher, and Jay find out they don't get the inheritance unless the new Earl of Crankcase had an accident. The new Earl has the inscription ""Rue Britannia"" on the bottom of his foot, and Bullwinkle does! On their way to England, the Crankcase nephews try to sink the ship, but it rests on a sand dune in only 3 feet of water, and has an extra long gangplank. Getting a taxi driven by the nephews, they attemp to ""wash the car"" by pushing it over broard off of the White Cliffs of Dover. But Rocky and Bullwinkle were to heavy, so the newphews go into the car to get, when Rocky and ullwinkle step out and ppush the car over with the nphews still inside. Once at the laywer's office, Bullwinkle is instructed to spend one week inside the old Earl's mansion, Abominable Manor.

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February 5, 1961

Bullwinkle, along with his pal Rocky are in the country of England so Bullwinkle can claim his inherintance. The tatoo on the bottom of his foot: Rue Britannia tells everyone that Bullwinkle's the new Earl of Crankcase, but Crankcase's three nephews: Felcher Crankcase, Belther Crankcase, and Jay are planning to do the moose in. Before Bullwinkle can inherit his 100,000 lb. note, and has to spend one week on inside Abominable Manner. The Crankcase nephews tried a bermies tiger trap, but it didn't work. They tried a spear gun, but that didn't work. They sent 11,000,000 volts into the phone line for Bullwinkle to get shocked, it worked...but in reverse. Now the nephews call on ""The Exterminator"", who is Boris, and his secratary Natasha. Boris and Natasha posing as Scotland Yards, hide Rocky and Bullwinkle in a closet, but gives them a radio that consists of sticks of TNT ready to go off when the radio gets warm.

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February 12, 1961

Boris, disguised as a British bobby hides Rocky and Bullwinkle in a closet for protection, and gives them a radio to play. But little do Rocky and Bullwinkle know that it's wired up with TNT, that'll go off when the radio warms up. Bullwinkle turns on the radio to tune into the jock races. Bullwinkle and Boris get anxious as they hear who's about to cross the finish line. Bullwinkle turns off the radio, and leaves the closet to calm down, while Boris runs into the closet to hear who won. And of course, the radio blows up on. The Crankcase Nephews are disappointed in Boris, who has another plan. He'll sneak Bullwinkle a giant bowl of macadamian nuts, after he eats them all, he offers the moose 50 glasses of water. Needing pills for a belly-ache, Boris flattens the tires of the drugest's bike, and switches the pills for more macadamian nuts. Bullwinkle downs them, and passes out. Boris walks in disguised as a doctor, who's about to opperate on Bullwinkle. When Boris wires up his machines

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February 19, 1961

Boris gets a new idea to exterminate Rocky and Bullwinkle. He builds a ""Do-It-Yourself Rocket Ship"". His plan is that he and Natasha lure Rocky into the rocket, Bullwinkle follows, they lock them in, and blast them off to the moon. Later that night a dinner, Bullwinkle gets a salad, and Rocky gets a soup, but it was loaded with an overdose of knock-out drops. With that Rocky falls asleep and follows Boris to a ""bedroom"" which was the rocketship. When the clock began to strike 12, Boris tried to blast off the rocket, but Bullwinkle was leaning on the brake. After Boris and Natasha were argueing about what Bullwinkle was really doing, he picked up Rocky, and left when the rocket blasted off with Boris and Natasha stilla arguing. At the 12th strike, the Crankcase laywer came with the million pound note. But to everyone's surprise, Bullwinkle's Rue Britannia mark on his foot was gone. He explained that it was there in the first place because the printing came off of his bath mat made by th

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February 26, 1961

Sales aren't going good for Frostbite Falls' local paper: The Picayune Intelligence. Left over copies are stacked so high in the office, so the owner, Colonel McCornpone starts a buried treasure hunt for the Picayune Pot, that is filled with $100,000 in confederate money. The prize is a reconditioned car. The papers start selling like hotcakes, and soon everyone in Frostbite Falls are digging for the pot...even Rocky and Bullwinkle are digging, but they aren't successful, until Bullwinkle strikes it rich...with an oil well, only to find he had busted a pipe to the oil factory. Bullwinkle is given 30 days, but is paroled on one condition: he doens't dig anymore holes. Bullwinkle feels bad, and Rocky feels bad for him. Later, a gangster askes Rocky and Bullwinkle for help locating a good digging spot. They suggest that he go to park. Little do they know that the gangster is Babyface Braunschweiger, and his gang, the Lightfingered Five Minus Two. Little do they also know that Babyface is

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March 5, 1961

Bullwinkle is forbidden to dig for the buried treasure since he busted an oil pipe. He has trouble keeping his mind off the contest, so Rocky suggests that he visit his relatives in Ponca city. Bullwinkle peddles away, past a giant hole that has been roped off. The people behind this hole are Babyface Braunschweiger, and The Lightfingered Five Minus Two. Babyface is really Boris, who is really digging into the bank's main vault. Rocky starts to get lonely, and flies after Bullwinkle. Rocky askes Babyface if he knows which way a moose went. Boris has his gang tie up Rocky, and blindfold him, and leave in the hole with a giant stick of TNT with a short fuse. Rocky is really in trouble now, at the top of the hole, Boris (alias Babyface Braunshwieger) and his gang, the Lightfingered Five Minus Two had roped off the hole to stop anyone from going in. Meanwhile, the chain on Bullwinkle's bike has snapped, and he was now speeding uncontrolably downhill and ends up inside the hole, where he r

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March 12, 1961

Rocky had managed to stop the firing and warn the president of the bank that the Lightfingered Five Minus Two are going to rob it. Unfortunately, they had already stolen the money and are driving away in a getaway car. Rocky has Bullwinkle alley-oop him into the air and he follows them, only to find them knocking him unconscience, and falls to earth. With their car wrecked in the confusion, the mob steal the car that was the prize of the buried treasure contest. Bullwinkle took Rocky to the doctor, where he reports Rocky has suffered a bonk on the head. Angry at this, the loyal moose chases after the mob. Boris tries everything to stop Bullwinkle, he leaves a trail of nails and razor blades in his path, but Bullwinkle still chases them on bare rims. Boris tosses a book at Bullwinkle, and he drives off the mountain side, only to find himself in front of them now. Bullwinkle then stops his bike, to allow a chipmunk to a cross the road, but unfortunately, the mob has crashed into Bullwink

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March 19, 1961

The crash leaves Bullwinkle with amnesia and Boris with Bullwinkle's valise, which contains socks and a peanut butter sandwich. The still-aaddled moose is puzzled because the money in his straw valise doesn't loo like real Confederate dollars, but suspiciously like greenbacks instead. A fortious lightning stike takes out the Lightfingered Five Minus Two, who had been getting testy about their share of the loot anyway. While searching for Bullwinkle, Rocky uses his trusty Mother Moose Call, but instead winds up fetching the fetching Honeychile Moosemoss, just in from Everglades, a cutie with more than passing resemblace to a certain Posstylvania bad guy.

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March 26, 1961

Bullwinkle has the stolen money and is busy making paper dolls and kites with it. Rocky uses a Frostbite Falls Mothermoose Call, and he soon meets Miss Honeychile Moosemoss, who is really Boris in disguise. Bullwinkle walks by with the suitcase full of money, and when he and Rocky open it, they are shocked to find it contains three pairs of socks and a peanut butter sandwich. Meaning Boris has made off with the cash. He gets away on a hand-car on the railroad. When Rocky and Bullwinkle go in search, he crashed into the them crossing the road and falls unconscience. When he wakes up, he has our heroes held up at gunpoint! Meanwhile Boris's mob, the Lightfingered Five Minus Two are planning to do away with him for triple-crossing them.

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April 2, 1961

As Boris has our heroes held up, the Lightfingered Five Minus Two hold HIM up as well. They force him to open his suitcase, and they find three pairs of socks. Rocky and Bullwinkle have retrieved the suitcase full of stolen bank money, and zoom off on a hand-car to return it to the bank. Unfortunately the bank was closed, so Rocky and Bullwinkle go to the sheriff for help. He arrests Bullwinkle, so he and the money are safely behind bars. Unfortunately, Boris and the Lightfingered Five Minus Two overheard the whole thing and are planning to break into the jail! They use an old jail-escape plan, and follow it backwards, tunneling into Bullwinkle's cell, where he and the suitcase falls through a hole. Bullwinkle and Boris has a tug-of-war with the suitcase, but Boris tickles Bullwinkle's hoof with a feather and he makes off with the cash!

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April 9, 1961

Boris (or as he's known in this saga: Babyface Brownshwiger) and his gang the Light Finger Five Minus Two make off with the stolen bank money. How ever, while Boris gets away the sheriff and Rocky and Bullwinkle get ahold of the Light Finger Five Minus Two. Rocky notices Boris's trail of stolen bank money since the suticase sprung a leak. Later, the wind blows the money everywhere. Rocky flies around and sucking up the money with a vacuum, while the sheriff goes to help him, Bullwinkle puts the hoodlums in the Cooler, literally! But they fool Bullwinkle and trap hi in ther instead. While Rocky sucks up the money, he accidentally gets Boris, and Boris chases Rocky into the Cooler. Rocky and Bullwinkle try to hide the money in a hole in the floor, where they finally find the Picyune Pot! Rocky doesn't go unoticed, Boris gets the money while Rocky leads him into the icemaking room. Boris and the money come out in blocks of ice. And for finding the pot,Rocky and Bullwinkle win a new car! B

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April 16, 1961

After trying an ""Ultry-Sultry"" look, Bullwinkle notices that some girls have fainted. But little does he know that they really fainted because they saw mice. Bullwinkle, now convinced he's the greatest actor since Elmo Lincoln, he grabs his mattress full of his paper route money and is on his way to Hollllywood (with 4 L's). But Rocky goes along since their buddys. But on the train, Bullwinkle's mattress is the prize of Boris and Natasha's eyes. Later in Hollllywood, Boris poses as the world famous talent scout D.W. Grifter. Boris then promises Bullwinkle that he'll become a big star!

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April 23, 1961

Rocky and Bullwinkle arrive in Hollywood, where Bullwinkle is the target of a talent scout named D.W. Grifter, who is really Boris in disguise. D.W. sends Bullwinkle to acting school where he is given the stage name: Crag Antler. Bullwinkle, er, Crag takes coarses in elementary sloutching, advanced sloutching, t-shirt tearing sessions, and how to grow temporary beards. Boris was making $20.00 an hour, but Rocky was suspicious about anyone wanting Bullwinkle for a movie, until Boris comes in disguised as the famous movie director, Alfred Hitchhike. Boris puts Bullwinkle in a movie called ""The Last Angry Moose"". Once the movie premieres, Bullwinkle's money mattress is stolen by Boris. Even though Bullwinkle was paying them the money, Boris hated Bullwinkle's acting. People thought the movie was hilarious, even though it's a tragedy. Afterwards, Crag Antler disappears. Rocky and Bullwinkle return to Frostbite Falls, where Bullwinkle has a new mattress full of new money. Bullwinkle decides

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April 30, 1961

Legend has it, in the ocean lives a giant wailing whale named Maybe Dick. He was able to swallow ships whole (maybe), he was faster than any sea vessel (maybe). It may be just a legend Bullwinkle reads in his favorite comic book, but Maybe Dick happens to be real. Shipping magnate, Pericle Parnassus offers a boat and fishing net to anyone who goes out in search for Maybe Dick. Of course, Bullwinkle goes for it, taking Rocky along with them. Rocky has an argument with Parnassus, but he uses pep talk saying if Rocky hunted Maybe Dick, he'd be doing good for the country, for the world, and most importantly for mother! So Rocky and Bullwinkle later aboard the good ship Athabasco to go hunting for Maybe Dick. But the thing is, the captain's no where to be found. Bullwinkle and Parnassus exchange a farewell handshake, unfortunately, right when the ship leaves the dock, so when Bullwinkle let go, Parnassus fell into the water. Rocky drops a liferaft around his head, but he couldn't grab ahold

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May 6, 1961

Rocky and Bullwinkle are aboard the good ship Athabasco to go hunting for the legendary wailing whale, Maybe Dick. Bullwinkle and shipping magnate, Pericles Parnassus were exchanging a farewell handshake when the boat was leaving the dock, so when Bullwinkle let go, Parnassus fell into the ocean. Rocky dropped a liferaft around his head, but didn't grab on to it refusing to let go of his walking stick and gloves, and sank like a rock. Bullwinkle dived in to save him, but forgot he couldn't swim. Bullwinkle got stuck in the liferaft, and Rocky pulled Bullwinkle and Parnassus out of the water. Athabasco is heading out to sea, when all of the sudden, the ship was heading straight for lady liberty, Rocky and Bullwinkle did a frantic search for the missing captain, until Rocky heard the voice of Capt. Peachfuzz from the control room. Rocky told Peachfuzz to go full speed ahead, knowing that Peachfuzz would do just the opposite. Rocky and Bullwinkle were set to catch Maybe Dick, they had to

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May 13, 1961

Rocky and Bullwinkle continue fishing for Maybe Dick, using a telephone pole as a fishing pole. But Rocky has the funniest feeling that their being watched, until Capt. Peachfuzz spots a ""peeping tom off the port bow"". Then the three spot a giant eye on the ocean surface, it then disappears and a giant metal tube pops up and shoots water at the Athasbasco in an attempt to sink it. Bullwinkle rows out and ties it in a knot stopping the water, when the eye pops back up; he grabs it, and gets pulled underwater. Rocky puts on his diving gear to find Bullwinkle, but it's too merky to see, so he tries to swim back to the surface only to find the diving gear is too heavy, and if he takes it off, he'll drown before he gets to the surface. Rocky continues searching until two giant mechanical claws grab him. Hearing Rocky cry for help, Capt. Peachfuzz ignores the fact that he might have his own show and dives down in his diving gear to save him, leaving the Athabasco to disappear.

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May 20, 1961

Rocky has been snatched by a crab-like sea-creature, and is heading straight to a solid rock cliff. Back onboard the Athabasco, Capt. Peachfuzz slips into his diving suit and dives into the ocean, and starts to pick a fight with the sea creature. It in return grabs Capt. Peachfuzz in it's other claw. It continues heading towards the cliff. Meanwhile, back in port, in a tall office building, Pericles Parnassus has a meeting when a man walks in, claiming the Athabasco is heading towards port, and no one's on board. Everyone decides to mourn the loss of Rocky and Bullwinkle, while Parnassus decides to runaway because if the Athabasco hits the building, it'll explode...which is does. Back below, Rocky and Capt. Peachfuzz fear the worse, but all of the sudden, a door in the cliff opens up, and Rocky and Capt. Peachfuzz find themselves on dry land in a strange city. The crab-like creature speaks...in Bullwinkle's voice, and Capt. Peachfuzz concludes that Bullwinkle has been consumed. Rocky p

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May 27, 1961

Rocky and Capt. Peachfuzz reunite with Bullwinkle, and the mayor of Submurbia, The Urala Laponpanal. Submurbia is an entire city underwater that's covered by a dome to keep it warm and dry. But when a seaquake starts because of the passing of the legendary Maybe Dick, the dome gets cracked. The city starts to flood, when Rocky suggests that Bullwinkle plug up the hole with his antlers, which amazingly fit the hole acactly! After the dome is repaired, Mayor Laponpanal take Rocky, Bullwinkle, and Capt. Peachfuzz to a submarine in which they can go hunt for Maybe Dick. When they see Maybe Dick's eye in their parascope, Capt. Peachfuzz acciedentally hits the reverse button, and the submarine gets swallowed by Maybe Dick!

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June 3, 1961

Rocky, Bullwinkle, and Capt. Peachfuzz end up inside Maybe Dick, when they hear a sinster laugh. With that, they find out that Maybe Dick's a submarine-like pirate ship run by Captain Horeshal Hornswoggle, or as we know him: Boris Badenov. Boris then invites them to play with Rollo, an 8 foot ape. When Rocky wins and make Rollo fall through a hole in the floor that leads to the next room, Boris takes a shot a Rocky, but the bullet heads right back for Boris. Now in control of the Maybe Dick, Rocky finds out that this was Boris's scam to swallow ships and steal from tourists, then chomp the ship for no evidence. But little do they know, a flock of swat planes are heading to destroy Maybe Dick.

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June 10, 1961

Boris plans for revenge fails, while a fleet of English planes try to destroy Maybe Dick. When Boris and Natasha escape with the loot, Rollo jumps from the ship and lands in Boris and Natasha's escape boat with such a crash, they sink. To try and save themselves, Rocky paints a giant T on Maybe Dick, which makes the commander of the planes think it's tea time for British. With that, they steer Maybe Dick home, and Capt. Peachfuzz makes it sink, where it's now a rest home for retired skin divers.

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June 8, 1962

Boris and Natasha pose as guards in a French art musuem. Their reason is so they can steal 10 old masters. Boris and Natasha are on the lam, and send them via mail to America. Then posing as tourists, Boris and Natasha hop a plane to where they sent their stolen masters to, Frostbite Fall, Minnesota, where it was delivered to our hero, Bullwinkle. Bullwinkle mistakens the stolen masters for wall paper samples for his chicken coop. After he put them up, the weekly egg report was dropping. Bullwinkle assumes that with the master, all of the eyes fixed on the chickens had made them nervous, and making them afraid to lay eggs. So Bullwinkle decides to paint white wash over them, which makes the chickens very happy. Boris and Natasha then pose as art collectors named Cerulean Blue, and Rose Matter. Boris and Natasha want the masters, which by now, Bullwinkle had painted white wash over them. Boris passed out, because he was willing to offer up to $398 for them. Rocky calls some art experts

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June 15, 1962

Bullwinkle has taken the artworld by storm with his whitewash paintings. Boris and Natasha have a scheme, and have Bullwinkle sign an ""autograph"" which is actually a will leaving all of his paintings to Boris when he's dead. Boris plants TNT underneath Rocky and Bullwinkle's house until Boris forgets one point: if he blows up Rocky and Bullwinkle, he'll blow up the paintings! So he and Natasha ask to see the paintings outside in the light, where Boris is baffled to find Bullwinkle had just finished his 35th painting, now Boris and Natasha don't know which 10 are the stolen masters. Boris and Natasha take what they think are the 10 masters and take them to Fearless Leader, where when he cleans the whitewash off, he finds they're nothing but blank canvases. Bullwinkle sent the 10 first ones to the Paris museum, where when they're clean, the museum has the 10 stolen masters back. Bullwinkle can't sell a painting anymore since over the weekend, a new artist arrived in Frostbite Falls who p

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June 22, 1962

Our story opens with a flashblack to a daring World War II commando operation to silence the massive guns of Abalone, a small island in the Aegean Sea. The guns were bombarding targets all over the globe. Now they've begun firing again and the call has gone out for volunteers to silence them once more. When a reporter overhears Bullwinkle telling Rocky he'll gladly volunteers to go to the store for milk, one thing leads to another, and soon our heroes are on a jet bound for Europe, where, on a certain Aegean island, a certain dasterdly duo is preparing an explosive welcome. A blast from the guns of Abalone hits Rocky and Bullwinkle's plane and they crash on the Rock of Gibraltar, where a mightily peeved British general-who takes severe umbrage when Bullwinkle suggests he put a little English on his snooker ball-claps our heroes into the local dungeon-in fact, the same one from which the Court of Monte Cristo once escaped. Well, Bullwinkle's two favorite words are es-cape, so he and Roc

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Boris and Natasha are in Lake Palle de Bain looking for a $1000 treasure of the old racecar driver Monte Zoom. Boris decides to blow up the dam, but Natasha doesn't think it's a good idea. Meanwhile, Rocky and Bullwinkle are bird watching when Rocky hears about the dam going to be blown up. So he and Bullwinkle rush to the lake to arrive in the ""tah-dah knick of time!"" Boris tries to think of another plan, when he realizes there's a plug in the lake. Bullwinkle finds in a stranded rowboat the famous actor: Spencer Traceback, who is really Boris in disguise. He has Bullwinkle help him reel in a big fish, which is really the lake's plug. Once the plug is pulled, Boris pushes Bullwinkle into the lake and gets sucked down the drain. Rocky follows after when Boris plugs up the now dried lake. Bullwinlkle and Rocky end up shooting out of someone's shower fauset and they ride a bike built for 2 to the dried up lake where. Boris and Natasha fail to open the treasure chest until Boris makes a d

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Boris and Natasha have failed to open the treasure of Monte Zoom, but Rocky and Bullwinkle succeed to find that the treasure of Monte Zoom is a 1903 car. Rocky and Bullwinkle go to turn the car to the museum until Boris spots the license plate reading ""14-K"". Assuming the car is solid gold, Boris poses as Madman Morris, the car dealer and flim-flams Rocky and Bullwinkle into trading Monte Zoom's car for another car. Once Boris and Natasha drive away, Rocky and Bullwinkle discover that their new car is nothing but cardboard. Boris sets fire to the bridge to make sure Rocky and Bullwinkle don't follow them, but Rocky glides through the flames after the villains. Meanwhile, while turning the car in, Boris and Natasha find out that the car isn't gold at all. Being chased by Rocky, Boris orders Natasha to throw out everything that's heavy, engine cover, headlights, finders, spare steering wheel, and a chest full of gold. Boris drives over a cliff leaving Rocky and Bullwinkle to claim the ch

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July 10, 1962

Mysteriously every smart person in the world has become stupid. Rocky and Bullwinkle head to Washington. But Boris has his own aggenda to destroy Moose and Squirrel. As our heroes train passes by, Boris tries to blow them up, but his own hand grenade back fires on him. When Boris contacts Fearless Leader, he orders him to put Plan X into action. Rocky and Bullwinkle are then reunited with their old pal Capt. Peachfuzz, who stepped out of his jet plane.

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July 17, 1962

Capt. Peachfuzz has been hit with a mysterious kind of gas. While Capt. Peachfuzz watched TV, Rocky and Bullwinkle follow mysterious footprints. At the end of the prints, Boris waits with a gun filled with ""Goof Gas"", a product from Pottsylvania which is guaranteed for them to take over the U.S. of A. Boris then sprays Rocky and Bullwinkle with goof gas, and now, amazingly, Rocky's as dumb as a stump!Fortunately, Bullwinkle remains the same. Boris's next move, to spray Narrator, who then forgets the rest of the plot. Boris and Natasha then head towards Cape Carnivorous while Rocky and Capt. Peachfuzz come back to normal. Boris and Natasha have goof gased the brightest minds of our country! So, Rocky has Bullwinkle alley-oop him into the air to stop them. Unfortunately, Rocky was flying too fast, the friction started burning his fur off. Rocky stops Boris and Natasha, and is left a naked squirrel.

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July 24, 1962

Everyone has a talent, even if it's just sticking six flashlights in your mouth at once or going over Niagra Falls in a giant bagel, and Bullwinkle's happens to be that he can remember everything he ate, it's nothing compared to what inventor Bermuda Schwartz has just accomplished across town: He's invented the Hushaboom, the first completely silent explosive. Inventor Bermuda Schwartz may be a brilliant bomb maker, but he's pretty darn gullible when it comes to his own mother-actually, Boris in disguise. Once he's conned the gullible professer to hide the Hushaboom formula, Boirs adroitly writes it on the inside of a banana peel, then zips said banana back up. Unfortunately, because of his evil nature, Boris can't quite resist selling that very banana to a passing moose for an exorbitant price. A definitely disgruntled Boris hops a steamroller, intending to commit squash-and-run upon the banana-munching moose, but, just in time, Rocky streaks aloft like a bullet managing to shove Bull

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July 31, 1962

Boris manages to get himself arrested as a juvenile delinquent, but presently he's paroled into Natasha's custody. Soon he's pedaling up with a telegram for Moose and Squirrel, informing them they've won a free weekend at Lake Kitchie Itchie Lodge. After seventeen hours of straight driving, there's no lake and the lodge is just a big, empty rundown house, so ever-vigilant Rocky is suspicious when strangely familiar Egbert Kitchie Itchie himself arrives, promising to take care of every little thing and showing off the lovely back porch view. Only there is no back porch, and Bullwinkle takes a dive into a big bucket of quick-drying cement, which the dastardly Boris quickly breaks open and uses to make a plastic moose mold. It is a lovely view, but it goes by so fast, says Bullwinkle after the second time he goes flying off the ""back porch,"" which really isn't there at all. Meanwhile, Boris has dolled up his moose mannequin, creating a sexy girl moose who goes by the name of Jane Moosefie

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August 5, 1962

Boarding a river steamer for home following the explosion of the lodge, Bullwinkle keeps hiccuping the formula, so Rocky figures what his moose pal needs is a good hiccuping doctor-which should be Boris's cue, only the villain hasthe Pottsylvanian blues and is certain that Moose and Squirrel finally will see through his disguise, so Natasha cheers him up with Article Six of the Villains Handbook: And lo and behold, when he introduces himself as the ship's doc, our heroes seem more concerned with bad puns than familiar voices and seeing through disguises. Boris and Natasha, with their tape recording of Bullwinkle hiccuping the secret formula, are off to rendezvous with Fearless Leader, jetting in from Pottsylvania. Meanwhile, two terse refugees from Dragnet give our heroes a good grilling, clapping the incredulous Bullwinkle into custody before he can spill the secret formula yet again. And when Rocky calls Army Intelligence a contradition in terms, the two agents bind and gag him and t

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August 12, 1962

Peachfuzz frees our heroes, and together, with the aid of Peter Peachfuzz Polar Path Predictor, patent pending, a powerful electronic direction-diving machine, they set off to find Boris and Natasha, who have just mixed up their first successful batch of Hushaboom. As our heroes arrive below, Boris drops a Hushaboom-filled test tube on them, only to remember just barely in time that there's enough explosive in it to blow up the building he and Natasha are in too; so instead, dashing down and snatching the boom tube out of the air, he introduces himself as the world's greatest scientist, J. Robert Oppendowner, and invites Bullwinkle in for a heartly slurp of his latest invention, Soda Pow. Boris and Natasha take one look at the exploded warehouse and figure Moose and Squirrel are TV cartoon history, but Bullwinkle is feeling fit as a fiddle and twice as stringy after leaving the deadly Soda-Pow test tube behind while going off with Rocky to search for a straw to drink it with. A passing

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August 19, 1962

Rocky and Bullwinkle get free tickets to the Bumbling Brother's Circus, which is owned by the Bumbling brothers, Hugo and Igo (Igo has a higher voice.), after the circus unknowingly interrupted Bullwinkle's checker match (which he was winning). Boris posing as a lion tamer named Claude Badly releases a man-eating lion into the audience. After Bullwinkle put it to sleep with his hum-a-comb, Rocky suggests that the Bumbling brothers fire Boris, and hire Bullwinkle. Boris then decides to take revenge on the circus by setting on fire. Rocky puts the fire out with the circus's elephants. So now, Rocky is the new elephant trainer. But Boris and Natasha are planning on a devilish plan.

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August 26, 1962

Well it's traveling time for the Bumbling Brother's Circus, but once they get into Arizona, they ran into rain! The circus begins to run into Bankruptcy. Sharp-eyed Rocky notices the rain clouds seem to be following them. So Rocky goes up into the clouds to see what the deal is, but ends up in a cloud-bank and lightning coming put of the cloud. But Rocky really ends up a mysterious black plane with no pilot and no controls. Rocky lands safetly on a mesa, where he incounters an Indian. Back at the circus, Bullwinkle's animal act makes a special dedication. And the Bumbling brothers receive a statue of Thadius J. Shloomp (only they added goggles, and a squirrel tail). Boris, posing as Mayor Aloysius J. Wardealer, causes Bullwinkle and the brothers on a manhunt for him. Meanwhile, Rocky is tied to a burning stake. When Bullwinkle arrives, he get's tied up too, but he has a plan. He plays his hum-a-comb, and the Indians start a rain dance, which puts out the fire. Boris, who the big chief,

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September 2, 1962

The Bumbling Brothers come to the rescue when they and the heard of elephants scare the Indians and save Rocky and Bullwinkle, while Boris and Natasha (or the Indian and the Masked Rider) get away. The Indians agree not to bother the circus anymore. Later, Rocky is called into the office of the Bumbling brothers where they announce they Rocky is fired! They explained that their elephants have to weigh 6,000 pounds, but they're loosing weight at a frightening speed. Bullwinkle says that if Rocky gets fired, the Bullwinkle will fire himself, so the Bumbling Brothers give Rocky another chance. Rocky and Bullwinkle try to figure out why the elephants are loosing weight, it turns out the Boris (posing as a little child named Ethel Bert) is feeding the elephants peanuts filled with reducing pills. Rocky can't stand it and wants to leave the circus. Boris and Natasha dress up as a fake lion so when Bullwinkle sticks his head into, they'll bite off his head. But he's saved by a telegram from t

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September 9, 1962

The saga opens up on the sleepy Mexican town of Mucho Loma (fractured Spanish for Much Mud). A local singer named Guadalupe Rodriguiz gets 1 year for singing during siesta. After his sentence, he rode his horse 200 miles away to swear his revenge. So he took a black cowboy suit with a mask, a branding iron with a 0 at the end, and became the notorious villain, Zero (because of his mark. This could be a parody of ""The Mark of Zorro""). Zero keeps the town of Mucho Loma awake at night because of his noise making, and stabbing his hot branding iron leaving the mark of zero. When Rocky and Bullwinkle's car accidentally crashes into Mucho Loma town hall, they get 99 years, but Rocky insists on letting him and Bullwinkle go after zero on one condidtion: set them free. Rocky and Bullwinkle go to question Guadalupe, who is busy washing his branding iron. He's caught! But before Rocky and Bullwinkle can get him, Guadalupe's horse knocks them into a well.

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September 16, 1962

Bullwinkle tosses Rocky out of the well, where he drops a rope from Bullwinkle to use to pull himself out. Rocky has a plan, he dresses Bullwinkle up as Zero, only with and X branding iron. Rocky's plan is to have Bullwinkle run out as Zero when the real Zero arrives to scare him into leaving Mucho Loma forever. Not only does Zero goes Bill Scott clean away, Bullwinkle falls into a hole in the street, where he is arrested, mistaken for Zero. Rocky hands Bullwinkle a stick of dynamite telling him it's a cigar. Bullwinkle throws it out the window, which explodes, causing a telephone to fall and destroy the jail. Rocky proves to the police that Bullwinkle isn't Zero by having a tic-tac-toe game, taunting the real Zero to win the game, but loose his freedom. And as for punishment, Zero is the official score-keeper for the New York Mets. And as for Rocky and Bullwinkle, they're in jail for getting mud on the judge's wall.

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September 23, 1962

Rocky and Bullwinkle want to enter a plant contest, but since Bullwinkle had been too busy being a TV hero, that his garden was in terrible shape. So planning on entering Rocky's checkered flower, Boris posing as a plant seed seller sells Bullwinkle a bean. Bullwinkle plants to bean which turns out to be a man-eating plant. Rocky and Bullwinkle win! But when Bullwinkle's plant ends up in the ground instead of it's pot, a plant nspecter tells them they have a Pottsylvania Creeper. Bullwinkle and Rocky try to escape from it when Rocky says he need to fight it. When Rocky goes back, he gets tied up by the creeper's vines. Boris and Natasha watch from a hillside when Fearless Leader appears on the scene.

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September 30, 1962

Rocky is captured by the Pottsylvania creeper, and now Fearless Leader is on the scene! Bullwinkle goes home and dives under the bed to get his blow-torch to give the creeper a ""hot root""! With the burn on the creeper, he loosened his grasp and Rocky was free! But now the creeper has grown all over the town taking on more well-fed smiles! The creeper then grew thorns on his roots to keep from getting a hot root from Bullwinkle's blow-torch. But then the creeper made a misile shape out of his vines that went up in the sky and seeds were flying everywhere! Creepers have now been growing all over the country. Rocky trying to gather the seed almost got shot by Fearless Leader! Rocky brainstorms and suggest that people start being nice to the creeper. After the creepers had been getting nice treatment from people, they began to wilt. Boris, Natasha, and Fearless Leader are on their way back to Pottsylvania via submarine when one lone seed ended up in the submarine, and when it reached to sh

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April 5, 1963

Looking as always for something to help others get a little more pain out of life, Boris and Natasha devise a most fiendish contest: I like being evil because..., in twenty-five words or less, sweeps the country, and when Bullwinkle J. Moose ebters under the mistaken impression that it's a why-I-like-weevils contest, his answer-that he had a distribution rights on 'em in Moosylvania for two years and almost made a fortune-immediately wins first prize, which just happens to be the deluxe edition of the Encyclopedia Badenov, which just happens to contain a very explosive entry under ""Moosylvania.""

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April 12, 1963

Bullwinkle finds an old dirty dhow that he wants to race at Veronica Lake. When he launches it, it sinks, and floats back up clean and revealing jewels! Rocky and Bullwinkle go to learn more about it. When discover it's composed of rubies, and the inscription on the bow says ""Omar Kayahm"", Rocky concludes it s the Ruby Yacht of Omar Kayahm. Bullwinkle puts an article about it in the paper saying ""Moose will sail Ruby Yacht at an interesting party"", but it printed out: ""Moose will sell Ruby Yacht to any interested party. With that in the newspaper, a ruler from a little kindom in Lower NorthEast Pakistan orders his vizier to go retrieve the Ruby Yacht claiming it was his good luck token. Failing into getting the yacht, the Vizier brings his army and takes Rocky and Bullwinkle hostage in the S.S. Plankton. But to not arouse anyone's suspisions, they pose as the ship's orchestra. Rocky wants to escape, but he can't because his leg's shackled.

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April 19, 1963

Guy Vizier and his termulous troubadours dont' exactly produce toe-tapping harmonies, but Rocky take advantage of his bass solo to attach a hacksaw to his bow and cut his chains. Soon he and Bullwinkle are hiding in a lifeboat that just so happens to get thrown over the side into a rising sea. Bullwinkle and Rocky row for all they're worth in the direction of New York, but unbeknowst to them the lifeboat is snagged by one of the S.S. Plankton's mooring cables, and two weeks later, they arrive in...Bombay, from which the vizier immediately transport them to the remote city of Jaipur, where the merciless pasha demands the return of the sacred Ruby Yacht to the sacred shrine, actually a very nice bathtub. When Bullwinkle doesn't instantly comply, he's taken to the very edge of the cobra pit, where the vizier promises to teach him the ""error of false pride,"" something another leading man was threatened with, as the fearless cineaste moose points out in Gunga Din. Rocky demands prudence of

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It's a skyscraper of a tall story this time when our heroes hit the high road to Shanghai. Why? Because of his faithful service as a snowplow with antlers, the grateful citizens of Frostbite Falls, Minnesota-having weathered another winter-are toasting Bullwinkle at a testimonial dinner, but, unfortunately, the spot on his best dress shirt has a disconcerting inclination to spread. Arriving on the fast plane to Shanghai, our heroes hike directly over to the corner of Main and Chow, where they ""spot"" Ed Foo Yung's Chinese laundry, and Boris and Natasha too. Yes, the two spies have used their position at a local toy company to develop a miniature atom bomb wristwatch. However will they smuggle back to the states? A shirt at tge laundry, of course, one that turns out to belong to a certain moose.

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Rocky and Bullwinkle have the shirt, but their in flight they've stumbled into the notorious Shanghai waterfront, and they're going to get taken to the cleaners, at the very least, if Boris and Natasha discover them in the hold of the junk they're piloting. Ashore, Bullwinkle is captured by Boris and his henchmen, meanwhile time is about to run out on Bullwinkle's atomic shirt.

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May 10, 1963

Members of the Committee for Civic Improvement have purchased a new fortune telling machine to predict the weather for now on. Boris and Natasha have a new fiendish plan to steal it. Rocky is after them, only to find an empty van in the middle of a bridge. Boris and Natasha have arrived to Watchowee Falls, where they use the weather lady to win a new steam boat. Rocky has Bullwinkle pose as a Southen colonel to play the lucky poker lady, which is in reality the stolen weather lady. Rocky cuts the lights out, but Boris has his own plan to cut out Bullwinkle's lights perminantly.

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May 17, 1963

Natasha fires a gun right when Rocky cuts out the lights. Bullwinkle grabs what he thinks is the weather lady and makes a run for it, only to realize he grabbed a phone booth by mistake. Rocky uses the phone and offers Boris $50 for the weather lady, naturally, Boris can't resist. Once meeting for the trade, Bullwinkle swats a mosquito on Boris's cheek, and the townfolk assume they've met for a duel. Rocky and Boris go ahead with the trade, but Boris trades them $3.98. The Dingaling Brothers Circus is in town, and Rocky raises $1000 for another fortune-telling machine. Boris and Natasha try to escape with both machines, but their rowboat sinks. Rocky and Bullwinkle have retrieved the weather lady!

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May 24, 1963

Rocky is Bullwinkle's hero, and Bullwinkle is Rocky's hero. Fingers Scarnose is a criminal from Heck's Kitchen. Amazingly, his criminal record has never been convicted in court, because no witness has been brave enough to testify against him. Bullwinkle mistakens Scarnose's getaway car for a taxi, and finds himself in trouble. Scarnose starts shooting Bullwinkle, his onions fly through the air, and cause the driver to spin out of control.

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May 31, 1963

It's Bullwinkle's dangerous duty to testify against crime lord Fingers Scarnose, but Scarnose intends to torpedo that, so he employs an out-of-town torpedo-none other than Boris Badenov-to do in the dutiful mosse before he can do his civic duty. As Boris and Natasha take cover, Rocky discovers the worm in the apple is actually a burning fuse, so the pluky squirrel plucks the bomb from the horrified moose, flies it out the window, and drops it right into a certain garbage can, where a certain pair of distinctly unlucky villains are hiding. Speaking of hiding, that's just what our heroes do, going undercover at a mink farm until the day Bullwinkle has to testify, which is just when Boris turns up. When Rocky returns to the mink pen after taking cover for two hours, he discovers a certain foreign gentlemen has purchased the biggest mink on the farm-who didn't go willingly.

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June 7, 1963

At a large Minnesota college, answer to the question Wossamotta U is...everything;yes, Wossamotta University has lost eighty percent of it's enrollment and it's buildings are crumbling, all because there's no winning football team! The moose marticulates, but since he's on a football scholarship, the only classic the Frostbite Falls Flash has to study is Dick and Jane at the Seashore. Coach Canute is amazed when Rocky shows him the alley-oop pass, and the amazed college trustees immedietally start building their new big stadium in anticipation of great new victories, like the bug upset over Watchmakers College-or as it's know, Tick Tock Tech-or the unusual victory over Barely Normal.

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June 14, 1963

Moose can throw passes, but can he throw an entire game? wonders Boris himself not a graduate of Penn State but of the state pen, so he enlists Natasha to feign distress-dis dress, dat dressm all she knows is she's distraught-so she plays on good-hearted Bullwinkle's sympathy by telling him her brother is on the Hard Knocks school team, and if Hard Knocks doesn't win on Saturday, he'll be thrown off and loose his letter sweater-and gee, it's turning cold too. Bullwinkle sell out Well, heroes are supposed to help damsels in distress, aren't they? Comes the big game against Hard Knocks College, and the odds on Wossamotta are long, but so are Natasha'a batty eyelashes and when Boris inpersonates her brother too, good-hearted Bullwinkle is completely taken in, until the big game's last quarter, when he spots Natasha and Boris in the stands, cheering Hard Knocks. Right at the edge of the wrong goal line, with a horde of tacklers in persuit, the furious moose stops, spots Boris, who's beat i

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June 21, 1963

Boris gets another scheme to defeat Wossamotta U, he disguises as the Mud City Manglers as dolls, to deliver the Wossamotta team a big knock out punch. The score is 500-1, and Boris and Fearless Leader, so confident that Mud City Manglers will win, bet the entire Pottsylvanian Treasury. How to protect this bet? Boris and Fearless Leader hatch another plan, this time it's kidnapping Bob Waterbucket. Later, Boris and Fearless Leader has the stadium looking like a war zone, trenches dug up, guns everywhere, and it looks like the Wossamotta Pigeons are going down! Amazingly, Bullwinkle ends up having no trouble with the game by the second half!

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June 28, 1963

Colonel moose takes those Civil War battle plans rather seriously, running north desite the fact that the Wossamotta goal lines are to the south, and, to make certain that the wrong side wins, a Mud City Mangler keeps a gun pointed right at the referee's fifty-yard line. When a Mud City Mangler is caught intimidating the ref, Bullwinkle springs into action, replaying the final two years of the Civil War in the last ten minutes of gridiron action, and just before the final gun sounds, the speedy squirrel zooms for the goal line, but just at that moment, Boris hurls a large rock at the diminutive Rocky. Hokey smoke! Rocky dodges, the referee ducks, and the rock bonks the Mud City thug holding a gun to the ref's back. Mud City mounts an all-out assault, but out of the pall of smoke abd flame covering the gridiron comes galloping none other than Bullwinkle J. Moose, the football dangling from an antler, and even though Boris has taken the precaution of mining the entire Wossamotta endzone,

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July 5, 1963

Fearless Leader doesn't like hearing badnews unless he's thought of it first himself, and this the worst: The Pottsylvania national treasury is broke! But Fearless Leader has a Fiendish Plan, and soon Boris will find himself in the wettest, soggiestm dreariest place on earth-Moosylvania of course, the only country that has the distinction of being fought over by both the United States and Canada, with each country insisting it belongs to the other-where even now Rocky and Bullwinkle are vacation.

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