Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends

Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends

Complete Season 1

DVD - 2003
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Jet fuel formula: Rocky and Bullwinkle accidentally discover a rocket fuel which took them to the moon and back. The government wants Bullwinkle to rediscover the rocket fuel, which also gets the attention of Pottsylvanian spies Boris and Natasha and the moon men. Box top robbery: Box tops, the basis of the world's monetary system, are being counterfeited and fingers point to Bullwinkle who has the world's largest box top collection. The real culprit is, of course, Boris Badenov, who plans to clean the stores of all their box top premiums for himself while also taking care of Rocky and Bullwinkle.
Publisher: [United States] : Bullwinkle Studios ; [New York] : Sony Wonder, [2003]
ISBN: 9780738924564
Branch Call Number: J DVD ROCKY SEASON1
Characteristics: 4 videodiscs : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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Sep 15, 2018

For folks who like this sort of thing, and are good at binge-watching, there's a boatload of Rocky and Bullwinkle stupidity on these four discs. The previous two comments do a good job of summing up the charm of these cartoons for the baby-boomers out there. Maybe you'll like them too.

This box set has the added bonus of a booklet that gives the back story to the cartoon. It's interesting and informative.

Apr 22, 2014

Baby-Boomer's favorite Saturday morning entertainment as kids in the late 50's, early 60's. Slyly anarchical, playing comically to the absurdity of cold-war mentality, which -- surprisingly -- adults of that era had a tough time to understand, but the kids could see straight through. A Yin and Yang thing. Rocky and Bullwinkle's battles with Boris and Natasha represent the problems that nuclear weapons represent, while Peabody's Way-Back machine is a reference to the potentials of the peaceful use of modern physics. The comic-book-like story lines won't hold the interest of adults, but still worth a quick look. For inquisitive and gifted kids, especially those in the 8-12 age range, highly recommended.

Sep 30, 2012

Quirky and eccentric, these unique cartoons from 1959 may have been crudely drawn (that was part of their charm), but, hey, in a goofy, good-natured sort of way, they were still really quite enjoyable and entertaining to watch, even from an adult's point of view.

So sit back, relax and indulge in a few giggles and guffaws as Rocky & Bullwinkle, and their friends (and enemies) amuse you for hours on end with non-stop wackiness and some of the zaniest adventures imaginable (the Fractured Fairytales were particularly delightful).

The characters in these distinctive cartoons were especially amusing for delivering some of the most deliberately awful puns that you're ever going to hear.


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Sep 30, 2012

Bang_On thinks this title is suitable for All Ages


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Sep 30, 2012

Violence: This, of course, is cartoon violence, so you can bet that when any of the characters get clobbered, beaten, or blown up, they still manage to survive the whole ordeal with enough life left in them to get up and walk away from it all and be present in the show's next installment, ready for more of the same.


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Sep 30, 2012

"I hate those goodniks, Moose and Squirrel!" (said by the wicked Natasha).


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