List of Rocky and Bullwinkle episodes

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The following is a list of individual episodes of the American animated television feature The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends (1959–1964). In the original broadcasts, two Rocky and Bullwinkle segments were aired as part of each half-hour program, along with several supporting features and bumpers.


There is a difference of opinion regarding the titles famously used as teasers at the end of most Rocky and Bullwinkle segments to promote the next episode (e.g. "Don't miss tomorrow's exciting episode: Bullwinkle's Ride or Goodbye, Dollink"). Some sources, such as IMDB, use them as actual titles for the individual episodes. Others, however, regard them simply as each segment's final gag (most involve cultural references—sometimes rather obscure—and frequently dreadful puns) rather than as actual titles. While these titles are mentioned at the end of most episodes they never appear in or on the episodes to which they supposedly refer. NOTE: The episode titles used below are the titles used on title cards in syndicated versions. Indeed, while these titles invariably refer to the characters' predicament at the end of the segment, they often do not apply to anything that actually appears in the subsequent episode. The Rocky and Bullwinkle DVDs do not use these titles, referring to the individual segments simply by number. However, Keith Scott's The Moose that Roared, prepared in cooperation with Jay Ward's family and production company, does use them.[1]

The first two seasons appeared on ABC as Rocky and His Friends. The last three seasons aired on NBC as The Bullwinkle Show. Today they are known collectively as The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show or simply Rocky and Bullwinkle. For legal reasons, current DVD editions title the reassembled programs The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends.

Rocky and Bullwinkle story arcs generally end with the title characters riding off into the sunset. Rather than promoting a specific upcoming episode or story line the narrator simply exhorts viewers to "tune in next time" for the heroes' further adventures. Thus, the initial segment of each story arc is not named in the preceding episode; these episodes take their names from the story arc that they begin.

Season 1 (1959–60)[edit]

The first season contained twenty-six half-hour shows, each of which included two Rocky and Bullwinkle segments. Production of the first season was intentionally halted after twenty-six shows, as twenty-six weekly programs would fill exactly half a year and simplify any rerun schedule.[1]

Jet Fuel Formula[edit]

The first story in the series is also the longest. Bullwinkle and Rocky are introduced when their cake recipe proves to be an excellent rocket propellant, but it draws the attention of two notorious spies (Boris and Natasha) as well as two alien beings from the Moon itself.

  1. Jet Fuel Formula
  2. Bullwinkle's Ride or Goodbye Dollink
  3. Bullseye Bullwinkle or Destination Moose
  4. Squeeze Play or Invitation to the Trance
  5. The Scrooched Moose
  6. Monitored Moose or The Carbon Copy Cats
  7. Rocky’s Dilemma or Squirrel in a Stew
  8. The Submarine Squirrel or 20,000 Leagues Beneath the Sea
  9. Bars and Stripes Forever
  10. Hello out There! or There's No Place like Space
  11. A Creep in the Deep or Will Success Spoil Boris Badenov?
  12. Ace Is Wild or The Flying Casket
  13. The Back Seat Divers or Mashed Landing
  14. Bullwinkle’s Water Follies or Antlers Aweigh
  15. The Inspector-Detector or A Kick in the Plants
  16. Canoes Who? or Look Before You Leak
  17. Two for the Ripsaw... or Goodbye, Mr. Chips
  18. Farewell, My Ugly or Knots to You
  19. Cheerful Little Pierful or Bomb Voyage
  20. Summer Squash or He's Too Flat for Me
  21. The Earl and the Squirrel or The March of Crime
  22. Adrift in the Mist or Fog Groggy
  23. The Deep Six or The Old Moose and the Sea
  24. The Slippery Helm or Captain's Outrageous
  25. Bullwinkle Makes a Hit or I Get a Bang out of You
  26. Three on an Island or Tell It to the Maroons
  27. Dancing on Air or The Pottsylvania Polka
  28. Axe Me Another or Heads You Lose!
  29. The Pen Pals or Rock Hocky Rocky
  30. The Fright-Seeing Trip or Visit to a Small Panic
  31. Boris Burgles Again or Sinner Takes All
  32. Dander Ahead or Watch Out for Falling Rockys
  33. Avalanche is Better Than None or Snows Your Old Man
  34. Below Zero Heroes or I Only Have Ice for You
  35. The Snowman Cometh or An Icicle Built for Two
  36. The Moonman Is Blue or The Inside Story
  37. Fuels Rush In or Star Spangled Boner
  38. The Pottsylvania Permanent or I've Grown Accustomed to the Place
  39. The Boundary Bounders or Some Like It Shot
  40. The Washington Whirl or Rocky off the Record

Box Top Robbery[edit]

The world's economy becomes so dependent on box top refunds that Boris and Natasha are able to cause worldwide sabotage via counterfeiting.

  1. Box Top Robbery
  2. A Fault in the Vault or Banks a Million
  3. Calaboose Moose or The Crime of Your Life
  4. When a Felon Needs a Friend or Pantomime Quisling
  5. Give 'em the Works or Rocky Around the Clock
  6. Crime on My Hand or Hickory Dickory Drop
  7. Down to Earth or The Bullwinkle Bounce
  8. Fall Story or Adrift in the Lift
  9. The Ground Floor or That's Me All Over!
  10. Fools Afloat or All the Drips at Sea
  11. Water on the Brain or The Deep Six and 7/8
  12. Bullwinkle Goes to Press or All the Moose That's Fit to Print

Season 2 (1960–61)[edit]

The second season contained 104 Rocky and Bullwinkle segments, exactly twice the number of the first season. During this period the program was broadcast semiweekly.[1]


Bullwinkle inherits a mine on Mount Flatten. When he and Rocky go there, they find that Mount Flatten floats in the sky because it is the only source of upsidaisium, the anti-gravity metal. Its value is such that Boris and Natasha's overlord, Mister Big, becomes personally involved in attempts to steal first the mountain and then the government's storehouse of ore.

  1. Upsidaisium
  2. Big Bomb at Frostbite Falls or The Exploding Metropolis
  3. The Road to Ruin or Mine Over Matter
  4. Two Flying Ghosts or High Spirits
  5. Crash Drive or Oedipus Wrecks
  6. Fender Benders or The Asphalt Bungle
  7. Burning Sands or The Big Hot Foot
  8. Death in the Desert or A Place in the Sun
  9. The Boy Bounders or Plane Punchy
  10. A Peek at the Peak or Your Climb is my Climb
  11. You've Got a Secret or Out of Sight, Out of Mine
  12. Boris and the Blade or Shiek Rattle and Roll
  13. Sourdough Squirrel or Hardrock Rocky
  14. A Creep at the Switch or Sudden Pacific
  15. The Train on the Plane or The Overland Express
  16. Danger in the Desert or Max Attacks
  17. The Missing Mountain or Peek-a-Boo Peak
  18. Go Down Mooses or The Fall Guy
  19. Rocky and the Rock or Braver and Boulder
  20. Mountain Mover or Boris Sneaks a Peak
  21. Bullwinkle's Rise or This Goon For Higher
  22. Boris Bites Back or Rebel Without a Pause
  23. Bullwinkle at the Bottom or A Mish-Mash Moose
  24. Double Trouble or The Moose Hangs High
  25. Jet Jockey Rocky or One Point Landing
  26. Plots and Plans or Too Many Crooks
  27. The Cliff Hangar or Taken for Granite
  28. Supersonic Boom or The Old Mount's A-Moverin'
  29. The Big Blast or A Many Splintered Thing
  30. The Steal Hour or A Snitch In Time
  31. Verse without Werse or Crime Without Rhyme
  32. Truckdrivers in the Sky or Follow the Fleet
  33. The Squirrel Next Door or High Neighbor
  34. The Spell Binders or Hex Marks the Spot
  35. Battle Of the Giants or It Takes Two to Tangle
  36. Bye-Bye, Boris or Farewell, My Ugly

Metal-Munching Mice[edit]

A legion of six-foot robot mice descend upon Earth and devour television reception antennas.

  1. Metal-Munching Mice
  2. Bullwinkle Bites Back or Nothing but the Tooth
  3. Knock on Wood or Bullwinkle Takes the Rap
  4. A Knock for the Rock or The Lamp Is Low
  5. Window Pains or The Moosetrap
  6. Doorway to Danger or Doom in the Room
  7. Boris Makes his Move or The Miceman Cometh
  8. Big Cheese Boris or I'd Rather be Rat
  9. The Space Rat or Of Mice and Menace (Rocky and Bullwinkle announce the next episode title when the narrator was surprised and worried when seeing a space shuttle.)
  10. The Shot Heard Round the World or First National Bang
  11. The Rat-Pack Attacks or Sharrup You Mouse
  12. Bucks for Boris or Rocky Pays the Piper
  13. Fright Flight or A Rocky to the Moon
  14. Bullwinkle Bellows Again or Moonin' Low
  15. Bongo Boris or The Hep Rat (the Narrator says The Hep Cat before Boris corrects him and takes a balalaika and sings a short song at the end)
  16. The Spies of Life or When a Fella Needs a Fiend

Greenpernt Oogle[edit]

The Brooklyn-accented ruler of a South Pacific island kidnaps Bullwinkle after the island's dominant bird disappears.

  1. Greenpernt Oogle
  2. The Mail Animal or Bullwinkle Stamps His Foot
  3. Burgled Bullwinkle or The Moose Nappers
  4. A Crown for Bullwinkle or Monarch Moose
  5. Squirrel in the Scope or Ring Around the Rocky
  6. Block Party or The Happy Headsman
  7. The Wizard Biz or Bullwinkle Lays an Egg
  8. Riptide Rocky or Drips Adrift
  9. Blood and Sand or Three for the Show
  10. Bullwinkle's Landing or Moosle Beach
  11. The Sand Blasters or Big Bang on the Beach
  12. The Brave and the Boulder or To Each His Stone

Rue Britannia[edit]

Boris is hired by three greedy brothers in London after their uncle bequeaths his mansion to Bullwinkle.

  1. Rue Britannia
  2. Earl and Water Don't Mix or Next Time, Take the Drain
  3. Moose Gets the Juice or Mourning Becomes Electra-cuted
  4. Episode 120 or 123
  5. Explosive Situation or Don't Make it Worse—It's Badenov
  6. You've Got Me in Stitches or Suture Self
  7. Fifty Cents Lost or Get That Halfback
  8. The Scheme Misfires or You Can Planet Better Than That

Buried Treasure[edit]

Boris masquerades as a US gangster and uses his new hirelings to rob Frostbite Falls' bank.

  1. Buried Treasure
  2. A Tisket a Casket, or The Bury Box
  3. The Bank Busters, or The Great Vaults (The camera zooms inside an angry Boris Badenov's mouth and the Narrator screams into it)
  4. Sweet Violence, or The Yegg and I
  5. Many A Thousand Gone, or The Haul of Fame
  6. Down To Earth, or Me and My Shatter
  7. Hop Skip And Junk, or Bullwinkle’s Big Tow
  8. Bucks for Boris, or The Green Paper Caper
  9. When Moose Meets Moose, or Two's a Crowd
  10. The Midnight Chew-Chew, or This Gum For Hire
  11. Boris Badenov and His Friends?
  12. Bars of Steal, or The Hard Cell
  13. Subway Finish, or An Underground Round
  14. The Last Edition, or Five-Scar Final

The Last Angry Moose[edit]

Bullwinkle suddenly believes he is a brilliant actor and is conned by Boris into making a movie - which proves more popular than anyone expects.

  1. Last Angry Moose
  2. A Punch in the Snoot or The Nose Tattoo
  3. Fun on The Freeway or The Quick and the Dead
  4. Bullwinkle Makes a Movie or The Feature from Outer Space

Wailing Whale[edit]

Boris rampages through the sea with a giant robot whale.

  1. Wailing Whale
  2. Vagabond Voyage or The Castoffs Cast Off
  3. Fear on the Pier or What's Up Dock?
  4. TNT for Two or Fright Cargo
  5. Underwater Eyeball or The Deep Blue See
  6. Underwater Moose or The Aqua-lunk
  7. Terror On The Seas or We’ve Only Begun to Fright
  8. Blank Night or The Age of Nothing
  9. Defective Story or A Muffled Report
  10. Leaky Lyrics or Bullwinkle Plugs a Song
  11. Follow the Swallow or The Inside Story
  12. Playtime for Rollo or Rest In Pieces
  13. A Whale of A Tale or Thar She Blows Up
  14. Fast and Moose or Charley's Antlers

Season 3 (1961–62)[edit]

Season 3 contained 66 segments.

The Three Moosketeers[edit]

Bullwinkle's skills with Shish kebob lead him to be hired by the sole surviving Musketeer.

  1. Three Moosketeers
  2. Foiled Again or Don't Fence Me In
  3. Squeeze Play or Glad We Could Get Together
  4. Just Desserts or Operator, We’ve Been Cut Off
  5. Severed Relations or How to Get a Head
  6. That's the Way The Cookie Crumbles or Me and My Chateau
  7. A Raw Deal or Two Aces and a Pair of Kings
  8. Rocky Draws the Line or Who Got My Ruler

Lazy Jay Ranch[edit]

Rocky and Bullwinkle buy a suffering dude ranch that raises worms. Meanwhile, Boris and Natasha are trying to get rid of them so they can gain the mineral rights to the ranch.

  1. Lazy Jay Ranch
  2. Fast and Moose or The Quick and the Dead
  3. Buzzard Bait or The Carrion Call
  4. Rocky Rides Again or Small in the Saddle
  5. The Last Angry Angus or Hot Scotch
  6. Our Town or Home of the Grave
  7. The Big Countdown or Tally in Our Alley
  8. Aches and Planes or The Old Chisel ‘Em Trail
  9. Bucket-Headed Bullwinkle or Pail-Face Moose
  10. Make-Believe Monster or Once Upon a Crime
  11. Chew Chew Baby or Stick to Your Gums
  12. Rain of Terror or The Desperate Showers
  13. The Lightning Bugs or Nuts and Volts
  14. The Bush Pusher or Beri Beri Whose Got the Berry?
  15. Underwater Trap or No Air in the Snare
  16. Boris Bounces Back or The Rubber Heel
  17. Boris Takes a Town or The Night Mayor
  18. Just Boris and Me or The Yegg and I

Missouri Mish Mash[edit]

Rocky & Bullwinkle, Boris, Natasha, and Fearless Leader, and the Moonmen all become involved in the hunt for the powerful Kirwood Derby

  1. Missouri Mish Mash
  2. Landslide on the Rails or Bullwinkle Covers His Tracks
  3. Rocky and the Rock or Taken for Granite
  4. Trouble Upstairs or Bats in the Boris
  5. Boris on a Broomstick or The Flying Sorcerer
  6. Boris Lends a Hand or Count Your Fingers
  7. Mud-Munching Moose or Bullwinkle Bites the Dust
  8. Devil Dan Thinks It Over or Feud for Thought
  9. Calling Fearless Leader or Whistle for the Missile
  10. Rocky Takes the High Road or Missile in the Thistle
  11. Dollars and Scents or Putting on the Dog
  12. One of Our Meese Is Missing or Heads You Lose
  13. Bullwinkle Makes His Bid or Going! Going! Gun!
  14. The Vanishing American or No Moose Is Good Moose
  15. Hello, Ma Booby or Pleased to Beat Ya
  16. Under Bullwinkle’s Bowler or The Wide, Open Spaces
  17. Million Dollar Carton or Jack in the Box
  18. Two at One Blow or The Double Beheader
  19. Flower in the Hat or the Rose Bowler
  20. A Snitch in Time or The Finking Man’s Thilter
  21. Boomerang Bowler or Boris Makes a Comeback
  22. All in Fever Say Aye or The Emotion Is Carried
  23. Too Much Too Moon or What Makes Lunatick?
  24. Flying Bullets or A Cartridge in a Pear Tree
  25. The Crepe Hangers or Brighten the Coroner Where You Are
  26. Double Trouble or Two’s a Crowd

Topsy Turvy World[edit]

Boris causes the Earth to tilt so that the South Pole is switched to the Pacific.

  1. Topsy Turvy World
  2. Funny Business in the Books or The Library Card
  3. Topsy Turvy Time or Emit Yvrut Yspot
  4. Bullwinkle Takes the Wheel or The Bum Steer
  5. The Ocean Waves or Hi, Divers
  6. (Untitled Episode [Narrator falls asleep before telling the name of the next episode])
  7. Six O’Clock Low or Bullwinkle Gets the Point
  8. Boris Goes for Broke or A Fiend in Need Is a Fiend…Indeed,
  9. The Fright Before Christmas or A Visit from Saint Nicholouse
  10. Soups On or Rocky Goes to Pot
  11. Snowbank Squirrel or Bullwinkle Gets the Drift
  12. Claus and Effect or Yule…Be Sorry
  13. Boom at the Top or The Angry Young Moose
  14. Fur, Fur Away or Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

Season 4 (1962–63)[edit]

Season 4 contained 38 segments.

Painting Theft[edit]

Boris and Natasha rob a museum in Paris and hide their paintings on Bullwinkle's farm, until Bullwinkle splatters whitewash on the paintings and finds he can sell them to snooty art collectors.

  1. Painting Theft
  2. Transatlantic Chicken or Hens Across the Sea
  3. Portrait of a Moose or Bullwinkle Gets the Brush
  4. Bullwinkle Busts a Brush or The Cleft Palette
  5. Boris Badenov Presents or The 20-Inch Scream
  6. Dollars to Doughnuts or The Wonderful World of Cruller

The Guns of Abalone[edit]

Boris and Natasha lay siege to the world via powerful cannons.

  1. Guns of Abalone
  2. Falling Stars or Only a Plumber Should Plummet
  3. I’m Out of Bullets or Pour Me Another Shot
  4. Seasick Bullwinkle or How Green Was My Moose

The Treasure of Monte Zoom[edit]

Boris goes after a treasure hidden in a Minnesota lake.

  1. Treasure of Monte Zoom
  2. Flood Waters or Drown in the Valley
  3. A Leak in the Lake or The Drain Maker
  4. Bullwinkle Cleans Up or The Desperate Showers
  5. Boris Bashes a Box or The Flat Chest
  6. One, Two, Three, Gone or I’ve Got Plenty of Nothing
  7. All That Glitters or Baby, It’s Gold Outside
  8. Boris Wheels and Deals or A Profit Without Honor

Goof Gas Attack[edit]

Pottsylvania has developed a nerve gas that renders intelligent people helplessly foolish but doesn't affect Bullwinkle.

  1. Goof Gas Attack
  2. The Brain Drainers or Malice in Wonderland
  3. The Dunderheads or Feeling Zero
  4. Three to Go or Crash on Delivery
  5. McKeesport on the Prod or The Pennsylvania Poker
  6. Hare-Brained Boris or The Dumb Bunny
  7. Untitled Episode (Boris zapped the Narrator with Goof Gas before he could tell the name of the next episode)
  8. 5-4-3-2-1 or The Quick Launch Counter

Banana Formula[edit]

Running out of ideas, Boris and Natasha stumble upon a new sound-suppressed explosive named "Hush-a-Boom", but lose the formula when they foolishly inscribe it on a banana that Bullwinkle promptly devours.

  1. Banana Formula
  2. Boom Town or Destination Schwartz
  3. The Flat of the Land or A Rolling Stone Gathers No Moose
  4. Mack the Knife or Operation: Moose
  5. Two Days to Doom or The Last Weekend
  6. Two Moose Is Loose or Which One Has the Phoney
  7. The Moose and The Monster or Nothing but the Pest
  8. Testing 1, 2, 3, or Tape a Number
  9. The Villain’s Victory Dance or The Jig Is Up (Fearless Leader announced the next episode's title, because feds bound and gagged the Narrator)
  10. The Missing Moustache or Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow
  11. Boom at the Top or Bullwinkle Loses His Head
  12. Boris Talks to Himself or Mockingbird Heel (Boris announced the next episode's title by impersonating the Narrator)

Season 5 (1963–64)[edit]

Season 5 contained 66 segments.

Bumbling Brothers Circus[edit]

  1. Bumbling Brothers Circus
  2. Lion in the Bedroom or The Cat’s Pajamas
  3. A Red Letter Day or Drop Us a Lion
  4. The Fire-Eaters or Hot Lips
  5. The Show Must Go On or Give ‘Em the Acts
  6. Looney Lightning or Nuts and Volts
  7. The Fire Chaser or Bullwinkle Goes to Blazes
  8. Flaming Arrows or Bullwinkle Meets His Match (Rocky & Bullwinkle announced the next episode's title as the Narrator was giggling at the word harrowing)
  9. It’s In the Bag or Rocky Gets the Sack
  10. A Short Weight for All Seats or One of Our Trunks Is Missing

Mucho Loma[edit]

  1. Mucho Loma
  2. The Boys Bounce Back or Springtime in the Rocky
  3. Rock Meets Rock or Thud and Blunder
  4. A Watery Grave or Drown Among the Sheltering Palms
  5. The Unsatisfied Costumer or Why Not Try Brand X
  6. The Inferior Decorators or The Walleyed Moose

Pottsylvania Creeper[edit]

Fearless Leader enters a man-eating plant in a Frostbite Falls flower contest and the plant spreads vast amounts of seeds that grow into an army of man-eating plants.

  1. Pottsylvania Creeper
  2. Four for the Show or Two Pairs of Plants
  3. Beaned by a Blossom or The Petal Pushers
  4. Vacation Days or Visit to a Small Panic Fearless Leader says the next episodes title when he appears on the show.
  5. The Worryin’ of the Green or The Look of the Irish
  6. It’s Only a Flesh Wound or Better Lead Than Dead


Bullwinkle discovers the lost state of Moosylvania and goes to Washington DC to campaign for the land's inclusion in the US.

  1. Moosylvania
  2. Blast Off Spedia with Encyclopedia or Off to Heaven with Volume Seven
  3. Resign Your Fate to a 52nd State or Moosylvania Mania!
  4. Bad Day at Flat Rocky or A Record in Bullwinkle’s Blot

The Ruby Yacht[edit]

An Indian ruler seeks a boat encrusted with valuable jewels that Bullwinkle finds in a lake.

  1. Ruby Yacht
  2. Let’s Drink to the Ruby or Stoned Again
  3. Rimski and Korsakoff Go to Palm Springs or Song of Indio
  4. The Malady Lingers On or I Bought You Violence for Your Furs
  5. The Deep Six or It’s Tough to Fathom
  6. The New Delhi-catessen or Judgment at Bloombergs

Bullwinkle's Testimonial Dinner[edit]

Bullwinkle's attempt to get his expensive suit cleaned for a dinner in his honor becomes a chase to a Chinese laundrette that fronts for illegal activities by Boris and Natasha.

  1. Bullwinkle’s Testimonial Dinner
  2. Hello, Orient or That’s Some Dandy-Looking China You Have There
  3. Let’s Blow Up New York or We Bombed ‘Em at the Palace
  4. Exploding Population or Pull Yourself Together
  5. Up The River or Yangtze with the Laughing Face
  6. The Bomb in the Cellar or Bullwinkle Lowers the Bloom

The Weather Lady[edit]

A fortune telling machine in the form of a lady is used by Boris and Natasha for an illegal gambling boat.

  1. Weather Lady
  2. The Rolling Stone or Look Ma, No Moss
  3. A Southern-Style Breakfast or Hominy Grits Can You Eat?
  4. Bartender, Turn Those Lights Off or A Shot in the Dark
  5. Duel Controls or Put It in Second
  6. They Didn’t Pick Up Our Option or Show Down

Louse on 92nd Street[edit]

Bullwinkle witnesses a known gangster commit a crime and now must be guarded lest Boris, a fanatical admirer of the gangster, eliminate him.

  1. Louse on 92nd Street
  2. Bullwinkle Sneaks a Peek or There’s Room in the River
  3. The Half Shot Moose or Testify My Eye
  4. Whatever Happened to Joel Kupperman? or Get That Quiz Kid
  5. Doing the Big Apple or May I Have the Next Dunce?
  6. The Act Is Over or The Big Mink Is the Fink

Wossamotta U[edit]

A forlorn college football team discovers Bullwinkle's unstoppable abilities as a passer and it quickly swells into undefeated success and superstardom, drawing out sports gamblers Boris and Natasha as well as a Southern Revanchist.

  1. Wossamotta U
  2. A College for Two or Rock Enrolls
  3. The Hidden Ball Play or Goal Is Where You Find It
  4. Wager at Dawn or Early to Bet
  5. Standing Room Only or Bullwinkle Sells Out
  6. Bullwinkle Scores Again or Fool’s Goal
  7. Rogue’s Gallery or Hold That Line-Up
  8. Male Bags or Homely Are the Brave
  9. Mine Eyes Have Seen the Gory or Moose’s In the Col’ Col’ Ground
  10. Bullwinkle’s Battle Plan or Civil Defense (the Southern revanchist spoils the Narrator's closing)
  11. Bullwinkle Buys a Fence or Pickets Charge
  12. A Rock for Rock or To Each His Stone

Moosylvania Saved[edit]

To draw needed resources for Pottsylvania, Fearless Leader tricks Bullwinkle and Rocky into getting foreign aid to Moosylvania he intends Boris and Natasha to steal.

  1. Moosylvania Saved
  2. (Untitled Episode)
  3. (Untitled Episode)
  4. Moosylvania Mish Mash or A State of Confusion

Short film (2014)[edit]

A Rocky and Bullwinkle short titled Rocky and Bullwinkle also known as Another Fine Moose You've Gotten Me Into or The Man In The Iron Moose, made by DreamWorks Animation and directed by Gary Trousdale, was to be shown in theaters before Mr. Peabody & Sherman, which opened on March 7, 2014. This plan was dropped, but the short was later released with the film on Blu-ray 3D.


There is conflict between several online sources regarding the division of the story arcs into seasons. The breakdown presented here is based on the following references:

  • The Complete Season 1 DVD set begins with Jet Fuel Formula and concludes with Box Top Robbery. [2]
  • Season 2 begins with Upsidaisium. The Complete Season 2 DVD set contains 52 episodes (or 104 segments), which would run through Wailing Whale. [3]
  • Season 3 begins with The Three Moosketeers. This is confirmed in Keith Scott's The Moose that Roared.[1] The Complete Season 3 DVD set contains four story arcs.[4]
  • Season 4 begins with Painting Theft.
  • According to Keith Scott, Season 5 (as well as a new numbering system for the episodes) began with Bumbling Brothers Circus.[1]

The DVD sets and Keith Scott's book have been assembled with the participation of Jay Ward's family and of the current incarnation of Jay Ward Productions and are believed to be authoritative.


  1. ^ a b c d e Scott, Keith (2000). The moose that roared: the story of Jay Ward, Bill Scott, a flying squirrel, and a talking moose. New York: St. Martins'.
  2. ^ Jay Ward & Bill Scott, producers (2003). Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends Complete Season 1 DVD (4 disks). Classic Media/Sony Wonder. ASIN: B00009PJT0.
  3. ^ Jay Ward & Bill Scott, producers (2004). Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends - The Complete Second Season. Classic Media. ASIN: B0002ABU5C
  4. ^ Jay Ward & Bill Scott, producers (2005). Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends - The Complete Third Season. Classic Media. ASIN: B000A2X0KU

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