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Season 1

  • S01E01 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (1) - Jet Fuel Formula

    • November 19, 1959
    • ABC (US)

    Rocky and Bullwinkle accidentally discover a new and amazing rocket fuel while baking Grandma Bullwinkle’s recipe for mooseberry-flavored fudge cake—an explosive discovery which propels them on a round-trip adventure to the Moon. Bullwinkle is immediately appointed "Director of Guided Moosles.”

  • S01E02 Fractured Fairy Tales - Rapunzel

    • November 19, 1959
    • ABC (US)

    The long-haired heroine lets her hair down.

  • S01E03 Bullwinkle's Corner - The Swing

    • November 19, 1959
    • ABC (US)

    Bullwinkle recites Robert Louis Stevenson's poem "The Swing."

  • S01E04 Peabody's Improbable History - Ben Franklin

    • November 19, 1959
    • ABC (US)

    The origins of Mr. Peabody and the WABAC machine: Mr. Peabody finds Sherman in the street being beaten up by some bigger boys. At first, he doesn't think that he's the right sort of boy- but when he sees how he is treated in the orphanage, Peabody decides to adopt him. At first, there's a problem when they won't let a dog adopt a boy- but he goes to court, and the judge decides that if a boy can have a dog, then a dog can have a boy! Sherman comes to live with Mr. Peabody, who builds him the Wayback Machine in order to keep him busy. They go back in time to Rome, and then to see Ben Franklin.

  • S01E05 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (2) - Bullwinkle's Ride or Goodbye, Dollink

    • November 19, 1959
    • ABC (US)

    Because the rocket fuel recipe had been torn apart in the explosion, Bullwinkle knows how much but not what of, so he and Rocky set to work in their government laboratory, while at universities all over the country, cake baking is being added to the scientific curriculum. Meanwhile, after failing in an attempt to time-bomb the Moose, Boris and Natasha do what any intelligent, self-sufficient spy with real initiative would do: They wait for instructions!

  • S01E06 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (3) - Bullseye Bullwinkle or Destination Moose

    • November 26, 1959
    • ABC (US)

    Those little green men holding extremely ominous-looking weapons aren't congressmen, as Bullwinkle first surmises--they're Gidney and Cloyd, reluctant visitors from the moon, here to keep an invasion of earth tourists from cluttering up their homeland. Indeed, just to prepare for their visit, the two have had to practice dodging traffic, listening to jukeboxes, filling out forms, and breathing smog! Meanwhile, Boris and Natasha, twelve stories up, with a heavy safe as our heroes stroll by below, finally receive orders from headquarters: KILL MOOSE!

  • S01E07 Fractured Fairy Tales - Puss and Boots

    • November 26, 1959
    • ABC (US)

    A Jay Ward send-up of this classic tale, with a whole new twist on the story you expect.

  • S01E08 Bullwinkle's Corner - Little Miss Muffett

    • November 26, 1959
    • ABC (US)

    Bullwinkle reads and acts out the nursery rhyme, "Little Miss Muffett" while Rocky takes the role of the spider.

  • S01E09 Peabody's Improbable History - Napoleon

    • November 26, 1959
    • ABC (US)
  • S01E10 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (4) - Squeeze Play or Invitation to the Trance

    • November 26, 1959
    • ABC (US)

    Whoops. The actual orders said, “*DON'T* KILL MOOSE," so Boris races the safe to keep Bullwinkle safe, and it's safe to say that he *almost* makes it. It's back to the laboratory for our heroes, where they turn out acres of cinnamon pizzas and hot fudge strudels, but none of it’s explosive. Just as Rocky's thinking hypnotism might be something to try, Swami Ben Boris and his assistant appear, putting Bullwinkle into a trance and, forthwith, the moose tells *everything* he knows—all about his early years in the Minnesota woods, his days at the Philpott School for Exceptional Children (he was the only student with antlers), his experiences in the army, where for three years, he served as a hat rack in the Officers’ Club—going on for a full twelve hours and boring everyone within hearing distance into dreamland, so that when he finally gets to the part about the recipe, the only ones awake to hear it are the two moon men. Forthwith, Cloyd raises his weapon and scrooches the big moose!

  • S01E11 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (5) - The Scrooched Moose

    • December 3, 1959
    • ABC (US)

    The scrooch gun has frozen Bullwinkle solid, and Cloyd and Gidney start off with their moosesicle as a trophy of their visit to a small planet, but Boris comes to in time to con them into leaving Moose for him, while they get Squirrel, the brains of the operation. While the moon men are telling Rocky they can't remember if they've scrooched Bullwinkle for eight hours or eight years...WHISK! Eight hours later, Bullwinkle thaws out in Boris's laboratory, where every word he says is monitored in another country by a faraway band of ominous spies.

  • S01E12 Fractured Fairy Tales - The Fisherman's Wishes

    • December 3, 1959
    • ABC (US)

    A little fisherman goes out to fish and nets a mermaid. After the man gives in to her pleas to be let go, the mermaid is willing to grant him wishes for his kindness. After she mends his net, he tells his wife about it all. The fisherman's wife asks him to ask the mermaid for a new apron. This then snowballs into grander wishes till his wife attains Queen-like status. Overcome with power, she demands that her husband wish her to be a goddess. Upon meeting the mermaid again, she asks if he himself has any wish of his own. His one wish is that his wife be happy. His last wish spent, he returns to his ordinary little home and lives happily ever after.

  • S01E13 Bullwinkle's Corner - The Horn

    • December 3, 1959
    • ABC (US)
  • S01E14 Peabody's Improbable History - Lord Nelson

    • December 3, 1959
    • ABC (US)
  • S01E15 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (6) - Monitored Moose or The Carbon Copy Cats

    • December 3, 1959
    • ABC (US)

    Every move the moose makes is duplicated in the faraway spy lab. Bullwinkle cooks up some tasty chocolate pan dowdy that blows up when the spies try it, and when Rocky smells the delicious aroma, it leads him right to Bullwinkle, but Boris is ready with a helpful trapdoor that sends the plucky squirrel falling into another stew!

  • S01E16 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (7) - Rocky’s Dilemma or Squirrel in a Stew

    • December 10, 1959
    • ABC (US)

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E17 Fractured Fairy Tales - Goldilocks and the Three Bears

    • December 10, 1959
    • ABC (US)
  • S01E18 Bullwinkle's Corner - Where Go the Boats

    • December 10, 1959
    • ABC (US)
  • S01E19 Peabody's Improbable History - Wyatt Earp

    • December 10, 1959
    • ABC (US)
  • S01E20 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (8) - The Submarine Squirrel or 20,000 Leagues Beneath the Sea

    • December 10, 1959
    • ABC (US)

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E21 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (9) - Bars and Stripes Forever

    • December 17, 1959
    • ABC (US)

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E22 Fractured Fairy Tales - Jack and the Beanstalk

    • December 17, 1959
    • ABC (US)
  • S01E23 Bullwinkle's Corner - My Shadow

    • December 17, 1959
    • ABC (US)
  • S01E24 Peabody's Improbable History - King Arthur

    • December 17, 1959
    • ABC (US)
  • S01E25 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (10) - Hello out There! or There's No Place like Space

    • December 17, 1959
    • ABC (US)

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E26 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (11) - A Creep in the Deep or Will Success Spoil Boris Badenov?

    • December 24, 1959
    • ABC (US)

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E27 Fractured Fairy Tales - Beauty and the Beast

    • December 24, 1959
    • ABC (US)
  • S01E28 Bullwinkle's Corner - I Love Little Pussy

    • December 24, 1959
    • ABC (US)
  • S01E29 Peabody's Improbable History - Franz Schubert

    • December 24, 1959
    • ABC (US)
  • S01E30 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (12) - Ace Is Wild or The Flying Casket

    • December 24, 1959
    • ABC (US)

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E31 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (13) - The Back Seat Divers or Mashed Landing

    • January 1, 1960
    • ABC (US)

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E32 Fractured Fairy Tales - The Brave Little Tailor

    • January 1, 1960
    • ABC (US)
  • S01E33 Bullwinkle's Corner - Taffy

    • January 1, 1960
    • ABC (US)
  • S01E34 Peabody's Improbable History - Lucretia Borgia

    • January 1, 1960
    • ABC (US)
  • S01E35 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (14) - Bullwinkle’s Water Follies or Antlers Aweigh

    • January 1, 1960
    • ABC (US)

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E36 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (15) - The Inspector-Detector or A Kick in the Plants

    • January 8, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E37 Fractured Fairy Tales - Rumpelstiltskin

    • January 8, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E38 Bullwinkle's Corner - Wee Willie Winkie

    • January 8, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E39 Peabody's Improbable History - Sir Walter Raleigh

    • January 8, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E40 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (16) - Canoes Who? or Look Before You Leak

    • January 8, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E41 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (17) - Two for the Ripsaw... or Goodbye, Mr. Chips

    • January 15, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E42 Aesop and Son - The Lion and the Mouse

    • January 15, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E43 Bullwinkle's Corner - Little Jack Horner

    • January 15, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E44 Peabody's Improbable History - Robert Fulton

    • January 15, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E45 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (18) - Farewell, My Ugly or Knots to You

    • January 15, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E46 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (19) - Cheerful Little Pierful or Bomb Voyage

    • January 22, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E47 Fractured Fairy Tales - Princess and the Pea

    • January 22, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E48 Bullwinkle's Corner - The Queen of Hearts

    • January 22, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E49 Peabody's Improbable History - Annie Oakley

    • January 22, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E50 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (20) - Summer Squash or He's Too Flat for Me

    • January 22, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E51 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (21) - The Earl and the Squirrel or The March of Crime

    • January 29, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E52 Fractured Fairy Tales - Sweet Little Beat

    • January 29, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E53 Bullwinkle's Corner - Tom, Tom, the Piper's Son

    • January 29, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E54 Dudley Do-Right - The Disloyal Canadians

    • January 29, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E55 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (22) - Adrift in the Mist or Fog Groggy

    • January 29, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E56 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (23) - The Deep Six or The Old Moose and the Sea

    • February 6, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E57 Fractured Fairy Tales - The Fisherman and His Wife

    • February 6, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E58 Mr. Know-It-All - How to Train Your Doggy for Fun and Profit

    • February 6, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E59 Peabody's Improbable History - Jesse James

    • February 6, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E60 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (24) - The Slippery Helm or Captain's Outrageous

    • February 6, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E61 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (25) - Bullwinkle Makes a Hit or I Get a Bang out of You

    • February 13, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E62 Aesop and Son - The Mice in Council

    • February 13, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E63 Bullwinkle's Corner - Barbara Frietchie

    • February 13, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E64 Peabody's Improbable History - The Wright Brothers

    • February 13, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E65 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (26) - Three on an Island or Tell It to the Maroons

    • February 13, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E66 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (27) - Dancing on Air or The Pottsylvania Polka

    • February 20, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E67 Fractured Fairy Tales - Dick Whittington

    • February 20, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E68 Mr. Know-It-All - How to Tame Lions and Get a Little Scratch on the Side of Your Head

    • February 20, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E69 Peabody's Improbable History - George Armstrong Custer

    • February 20, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E70 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (28) - Axe Me Another or Heads You Lose!

    • February 20, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E71 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (29) - The Pen Pals or Rock Hocky Rocky

    • February 27, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E72 Fractured Fairy Tales - Cinderella

    • February 27, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E73 Mr. Know-It-All - How to Cook a Turkey's Goose

    • February 27, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E74 Peabody's Improbable History - Alfred Nobel

    • February 27, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E75 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (30) - The Fright-Seeing Trip or Visit to a Small Panic

    • February 27, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E76 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (31) - Boris Burgles Again or Sinner Takes All

    • March 5, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E77 Fractured Fairy Tales - The Elves and the Shoemaker

    • March 5, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E78 Mr. Know-It-All - Swimming Can Be Fun

    • March 5, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E79 Dudley Do-Right - Stokey the Bear

    • March 5, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E80 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (32) - Dander Ahead or Watch Out for Falling Rockys

    • March 5, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E81 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (33) - Avalanche is Better Than None or Snows Your Old Man

    • March 12, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E82 Aesop and Son - The Fox and the Stork

    • March 12, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E83 Mr. Know-It-All - How to Sell Vacuum Cleaners and Clean Up

    • March 12, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E84 Peabody's Improbable History - Marco Polo

    • March 12, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E85 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (34) - Below Zero Heroes or I Only Have Ice for You

    • March 12, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E86 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (35) - The Snowman Cometh or An Icicle Built for Two

    • March 19, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E87 Fractured Fairy Tales - Tom Thumb

    • March 18, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E88 Mr. Know-It-All - How to Cure the Hiccups

    • March 19, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E89 Dudley Do-Right - Mortgagin' the Mountie Post

    • March 19, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E90 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (36) - The Moonman Is Blue or The Inside Story

    • March 19, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E91 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (37) - Fuels Rush In or Star Spangled Boner

    • March 26, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E92 Aesop and Son - The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing

    • March 26, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E93 Mr. Know-It-All - How to Open a Jar of Pickles

    • March 26, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E94 Peabody's Improbable History - Richard the Lion-hearted

    • March 26, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E95 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (38) - The Pottsylvania Permanent or I've Grown Accustomed to the Place

    • March 26, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E96 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (39) - The Boundary Bounders or Some Like It Shot

    • April 2, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E97 Fractured Fairy Tales - Sir Galahad

    • April 2, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E98 Mr. Know-It-All - How to Get Into the Movies Without Buying a Ticket

    • April 2, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E99 Peabody's Improbable History - Don Juan

    • April 2, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E100 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Jet Fuel Formula (40) - The Washington Whirl or Rocky off the Record

    • April 2, 1960
    • NBC

    Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion (derived from the mooseberry bush), Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moon men Gidney and Cloyd. They explain to the moon men that they are from Frostbite Falls, and how they got to the moon in the first place (Bullwinkle's recipe blew the stove to the moon, so they had to get it back). Returning to earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moon men trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests, and they are deported back to the moon.

  • S01E101 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Box Top Robbery (1) - Box Top Robbery

    • April 9, 1960
    • NBC

    Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

  • S01E102 Aesop and Son - The Hare and the Tortoise

    • April 9, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E103 Mr. Know-It-All - How to Catch a Bee and Make Your Honey Happy

    • April 9, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E104 Dudley Do-Right - Trap Bait

    • April 9, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E105 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Box Top Robbery (2) - A Fault in the Vault or Banks a Million

    • April 9, 1960
    • NBC

    Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

  • S01E106 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Box Top Robbery (3) - Calaboose Moose or The Crime of Your Life

    • April 16, 1960
    • NBC

    Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

  • S01E107 Fractured Fairy Tales - Snow White

    • April 16, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E108 Mr. Know-It-All - How to Be a Cow Puncher Without Getting Hit Back

    • April 16, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E109 Peabody's Improbable History - William Tecumseh Sherman

    • April 16, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E110 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Box Top Robbery (4) - When a Felon Needs a Friend or Pantomime Quisling

    • April 16, 1960
    • NBC

    Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

  • S01E111 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Box Top Robbery (5) - Give 'em the Works or Rocky Around the Clock

    • April 23, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E112 Aesop and Son - The Hare and the Hound

    • April 23, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E113 Mr. Know-It-All - How to Escape From Devil's Island and Get Away From It All

    • April 23, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E114 Peabody's Improbable History - The First Kentucky Derby

    • April 23, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E115 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Box Top Robbery (6) - Crime on My Hand or Hickory Dickory Drop

    • April 23, 1960
    • NBC

    Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

  • S01E116 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Box Top Robbery (7) - Down to Earth or The Bullwinkle Bounce

    • April 29, 1960
    • NBC

    Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

  • S01E117 Fractured Fairy Tales - Sleeping Beauty

    • April 29, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E118 Mr. Know-It-All - How to Shoot Par

    • April 29, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E119 Dudley Do-Right - The Masked Ginny Lynne

    • April 29, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E120 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Box Top Robbery (8) - Fall Story or Adrift in the Lift

    • April 29, 1960
    • NBC

    Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

  • S01E121 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Box Top Robbery (9) - The Ground Floor or That's Me All Over!

    • April 30, 1960
    • NBC

    Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

  • S01E122 Fractured Fairy Tales - Pinocchio

    • April 30, 1960
    • NBC
  • S01E123 Mr. Know-It-All - Magic Made Easy (The Hard Way)

    • April 30, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E124 Peabody's Improbable History - P. T. Barnum

    • April 30, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E125 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Box Top Robbery (10) - Fools Afloat or All the Drips at Sea

    • April 30, 1960
    • NBC

    Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

  • S01E126 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Box Top Robbery (11) - Water on the Brain or The Deep Six and 7/8

    • May 7, 1960
    • NBC

    Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

  • S01E127 Fractured Fairy Tales - Little Red Riding Hood

    • May 7, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E128 Mr. Know-It-All - How to Turn a Beastly Failure Into a Monstrous Success

    • May 7, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E129 Peabody's Improbable History - Stanley and Livingston

    • May 7, 1960
    • NBC

  • S01E130 Rocky & Bullwinkle - Box Top Robbery (12) - Bullwinkle Goes to Press or All the Moose That's Fit to Print

    • May 7, 1960
    • NBC

    Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life- until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market. Boris has launched a fiendish plot to seize control of the world's economy by printing up phony cereal box tops! Can Bullwinkle's prized collection save the day?

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