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Topsy Turvy World"
episode Rocky and Bullwinkle
Episode 4 (14 segments)
Gerard Baldwin, Pete Burness, Bill Hurtz, Gerry Ray, Bob Schleh, George Singer, Ernie Terrazas
George Atkins, Chris Hayward, Chris Jenkins, Lloyd Turner
Original air date
is the fourth and final Topsy Turvy World story arc from the third season of (originally broadcast as Rocky and Bullwinkle The Bullwinkle Show). It was broadcast on NBC during the 1961-1962 television season.
Episode Segments [ edit ]
Episode 1 [ edit ]
Topsy Turvy World
Fractured Fairy Tales: The Little Tinker
Bullwinkle's Corner: "The Swing"
Peabody's Improbable History: Geronimo
Funny Business in the Books
or The Library Card
Episode 2 [ edit ]
Topsy Turvy Time
or Emit Yvrut Yspot Aesop and Son: The Fox and the Hound
Bullwinkle's Corner: "My Shadow"
Peabody's Improbable HIstory: The Great Wall of China
Bullwinkle Takes the Wheel
or The Bum Steer
Episode 3 [ edit ]
The Ocean Waves
or Hi, Divers Fractured Fairy Tales: A Sad Tale of a Frog
Mr. Know-It-All: How to Train Your Doggy
Dudley Do-Right: Marigolds
(Untitled Episode) [Narrator falls asleep before telling the name of the next episode]
Episode 4 [ edit ]
Six O’Clock Low
or Bullwinkle Gets the Point Fractured Fairy Tales: The Teeth of Baghdad
Bullwinkle's Corner: "Sing a Song of Sixpence"
Peabody's Improbable History: The Marquis of Queensbury
Boris Goes for Broke
or A Fiend in Need Is a Fiend Indeed
Episode 5 [ edit ]
The Fright Before Christmas
or A Visit from Saint Nicholouse Aesop and Son: The Bears and the Dragon
Mr. Know-It-All: How to Escape from Devil's Island
Peabody's Improbable History: Jim Bowie
or Rocky Goes to Pot
Episode 6 [ edit ]
or Bullwinkle Gets the Drift Aesop and Son: The Fox and the Woodman
Bullwinkle's Corner: "The Raven"
Peabody's Improbable History: Edgar Allan Poe
Claus and Effect
or Yule…Be Sorry
Episode 7 [ edit ]
Boom at the Top
or The Angry Young Moose Fractured Fairy Tales: The Little Man in the Boat
Bullwinkle's Corner: "Hickory Dickory Dock"
Dudley Do-Right: Trading Places
Fur, Fur Away
or Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow
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