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Bullwinkle and Rocky, Okay Industries, 1962

Bullwinkle and Rocky, Okay Industries, 1962

Bullwinkle and Rocky Lunchbox, Okay Industries, 1962, $3,500
Bullwinkle and Rocky Bottle, Okay Industries, 1962, $1,500

The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show is the collective name for two American television animated cartoon series: Rocky and His Friends (19591961) and The Bullwinkle Show (19611964).  Rocky & Bullwinkle enjoyed popularity during the 1960s. It was targeted towards children and adults.

The zany characters and absurd plots would draw in children, while the clever usage of puns and topical references appealed to the adult demographic.  These strengths helped it overcome the fact that it had choppy, limited animation; in fact, some critics described the series as a well-written radio program with pictures.

The lead characters and heroes of the series were Rocket "Rocky" J. Squirrel, a flying squirrel, and his best friend Bullwinkle J. Moose, a dim-witted but good-natured moose. Both characters lived in the fictional town of Frostbite Falls, Minnesota, which was based on the real life city of International Falls, Minnesota.

The scheming villains in most episodes were the fiendish, but inept, agents of the fictitious nation of Pottsylvania: Boris Badenov, a pun on Boris Godunov, and Natasha Fatale, a pun on femme fatale. Boris and Natasha were commanded by the sinister Mr. Big and Fearless Leader.

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