The Bullwinkle Show

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Rocky and Bullwinkle began life in the 1950's television show, The Frostbite Falls Review. It was created by Jay Ward and Bill Scott. Their names in that show were Rocket J. Squirrel and Canadian Moose. The Frostbite Falls Review was not very successful so Rocky and Bullwinkle became the stars of their own show, Rocky and His Friends. The show was co-created by Alex Anderson and premiered on November 29th, 1959 on ABC. Added to the cast were Boris and Natasha, two Pottsylvanian spies. The show also featured various segments; Peabody's Improbable History, Fractured Fairy Tales, Mr. Know-It-All, and Aesop and Son. In 1961, the show moved to NBC and was renamed The Bullwinkle Show. It ran for three seasons and was canceled in 1964. ABC ran reruns until 1974, when the show then entered syndication.


Aliases
  • Aesop and Son
  • Bullwinkles Corner
  • Dudley Do-Right
  • Fractured Fairy Tales
  • Mr. Know it All
  • Peabody and Sherman
  • Peabody's Improbable History
  • Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends
  • Rocky and Bullwinkle
  • Rocky and His Friends
  • The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends
  • The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show
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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials June 1962 18
Season 1 November 1959 May 1960 130
Season 2 September 1960 June 1961 260
Season 3 September 1961 January 1962 165
Season 4 June 1962 August 1962 95
Season 5 August 1962 July 1963 165
Unassigned Episodes 57
Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Season 1 - Rocky and His Friends January 1959 May 1960 26
Season 2 - Rocky and His Friends September 1960 October 1960 2
Season 3 September 1961 January 1962 165
Season 4 June 1962 August 1962 95
Season 5 May 1961 July 1963 166
Unassigned Episodes 436
Absolute ordering places all episodes in a single ordered season. This is generally used for anime.
Season From To Episodes
Season 1 0
Unassigned Episodes 890

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