Buried Treasure (Rocky & Bullwinkle episode)

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"Buried Treasure"
Rocky and Bullwinkle episode
Episode no. Season 2
Episode 5 (14 segments)
Directed by Gerard Baldwin, Pete Burness, Bill Hurtz, Gerry Ray, Bob Schleh, George Singer, Ernie Terrazas
Written by George Atkins, Chris Hayward, Chris Jenkins, Lloyd Turner
Production code 125-138
Episode chronology
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Buried Treasure is the fifth story arc from the second season of Rocky and His Friends. It was broadcast on ABC during the 1960-1961 television season.

Notes[edit]

This was the only "Rocky and Bullwinkle" storyline to feature Boris Badenov without Natasha Fatale (though Boris would often appear without her in the Bullwinkle's Corner, Mr. Know-it-All, and Rocky and Bullwinkle Fan Club segments).

In order to combat poor news paper sales Colonel McCorn Pone announces a treasure hunt for the "Picayune Pot" a useless brass trophy stuffed with one million confederate dollars which is merely a token to be taken back to the colonel to win a 1910 Stearns-Knight Roadster. Rocky & Bullwinkle and the rest of the citizens search for the pot, which leaves Frostbite Falls covered in holes. But during the search, Bullwinkle accidentally hits an oil pipe line, and is no longer allowed to take part in the hunt. But at the same time, Boris leads three gangsters known as the "Light Fingered Five Minus Two" with a plan to rob the Frostbite Falls Bank, so it's up to Rocky and Bullwinkle to foil Boris' crime and get back the money.

Episode Segments[edit]

Episode 1[edit]

  1. Buried Treasure
  2. Fractured Fairy Tales: The Frog Prince
  3. Bullwinkle's Corner: "Thanksgiving Day"
  4. Peabody's Improbable History: Scotland Yard
  5. A Tisket a Casket or The Bury Box

Episode 2[edit]

  1. The Bank Busters or The Great Vaults
  2. Aesop and Son: The Fox and the Owl
  3. Mr. Know-It-All: How To Travel Through the West
  4. Peabody's Improbable History: John Holland
  5. Sweet Violence or The Yegg and I

Episode 3[edit]

  1. Many a Thousand Gone or The Haul of Fame
  2. Fractured Fairy Tales: The Golden Goose
  3. Fan Club: Bring a Friend Next Time
  4. Dudley Do-Right: Saw Mill
  5. Down To Earth or Me and My Shatter

Episode 4[edit]

  1. Hop Skip and Junk or Bullwinkle's Big Tow
  2. Fractured Fairy Tales: Son of Rumplestilstskin
  3. Bullwinkle's Corner: "Sing a Song of Sixpence"
  4. Peabody's Improbable History: "Louis XVI"
  5. Bucks for Boris or The Green Paper Caper

Episode 5[edit]

  1. When Moose Meets Moose or Two's a Crowd
  2. Aesop and Son: The Hound and the Wolf
  3. Mr. Know-It-All: How to Sell the Encyclopedia Door to Door
  4. Peabody's Improbable History: Francisco Pizzaro
  5. The Midnight Chew-Chew or This Gum For Hire

Episode 6[edit]

  1. Boris Badenov and His Friends?
  2. Fractured Fairy Tales: The Elves and the Shoemaker
  3. Fan Club: How To Sell Fan Club Cookies
  4. Peabody's Improbable History: Daniel Boone
  5. Bars of Steal or The Hard Cell

Episode 7[edit]

  1. Subway Finish or An Underground Round
  2. Fractured Fairy Tales: Speeding Beauty
  3. Bullwinkle's Corner: "How To Be Happy" (Boris reading)
  4. Dudley Do-Right: Finding Gold
  5. The Last Edition or Five-Scar Final

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