History WesternAnimation / RockyandBullwinkle

20th Sep '17 7:05:40 PM ButterTub
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** If you were to watch the first story arc, "Jet Fuel Formula," all in chronological order, there is a very heavy art evolution throughout the story. The first several entries were very crudely-drawn and animated, with numerous OffModel moments and EarlyInstallmentWeirdness, but by the end of the story arc the animation had pretty much settled into its' usual style that remained for the remainder of the series.

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** If you were to watch the first story arc, "Jet Fuel Formula," all in chronological order, there is a very heavy art evolution throughout the story. The first several entries were very crudely-drawn and animated, with numerous OffModel moments and EarlyInstallmentWeirdness, EarlyInstallmentWeirdness [[note]]An example of both being the first episode, where the human characters look like they came straight out of a UPA cartoon and Boris is almost as tall as Natasha[[/note]], but by the end of the story arc the animation had pretty much settled into its' usual style that remained for the remainder of the series.
17th Aug '17 5:49:16 PM ClintEastwood
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It continued with ''Rocky and Bullwinkle'' comics through the 1980s. In 2000, Creator/{{Universal}} released TheFilmOfTheSeries produced in live action, apart from a CGI moose and squirrel voiced by Keith Scott and June Foray, and [[BookEnds hand-drawn opening and ending sequences]] mimicking the style of the 1950s cartoon. Jason Alexander and Creator/ReneRusso played Boris and Natasha. Creator/RobertDeNiro, a fan of the show from his youth, not only played Fearless Leader, but was also one of the film's producers.

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It continued with ''Rocky and Bullwinkle'' comics through the 1980s. In 2000, Creator/{{Universal}} released TheFilmOfTheSeries produced in live action, apart from a CGI moose and squirrel voiced by Keith Scott and June Foray, and [[BookEnds hand-drawn opening and ending sequences]] mimicking the style of the 1950s cartoon. Jason Alexander Creator/JasonAlexander and Creator/ReneRusso played Boris and Natasha. Creator/RobertDeNiro, a fan of the show from his youth, not only played Fearless Leader, but was also one of the film's producers.



%%* LargeHam: RobertDeNiro in TheMovie.

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%%* LargeHam: RobertDeNiro Creator/RobertDeNiro in TheMovie.



** In the ''Fractured Fairy Tales'' segments, witches and queens are often voiced to sound like Marjorie Main, and elves and princes often sound like Phil Silvers.

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** In the ''Fractured Fairy Tales'' segments, witches and queens are often voiced to sound like Marjorie Main, and elves and princes often sound like Phil Silvers.Creator/PhilSilvers.



:::And the one time Rocky actually knew where he heard that voice, the effects of the goof gas gets to him right before he could say Boris's name.

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:::And ** And the one time Rocky actually knew where he heard that voice, the effects of the goof gas gets to him right before he could say Boris's name.
4th Aug '17 9:05:20 AM WileK209
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** If you were to watch the first story arc, "Jet Fuel Formula," all in chronological order, there is a very heavy art evolution throughout the story. The first several entries were very crudely-drawn and animated, with numerous OffModel moments and EarlyInstallmentWeirdness, but by the end of the story arc the animation had pretty much settled into its' usual style that remained for the remainder of the series.



** The first two episodes of ''Peabody's Improbable History'' had no bad {{Pun}} at the end.

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** The first two episodes of ''Peabody's Improbable History'' had no bad {{Pun}} at the end. Additionally, Peabody and Sherman's coke-bottle glasses had brown-colored frames instead of black ones.
27th Jul '17 7:12:13 PM Angeldeb82
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* TakenForGranite: Gidney the moon man fits this trope as he has a FreezeRay which can turn a person into a solid statue for unknown amounts of time.

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* TakenForGranite: Gidney the moon man fits this trope as he has a FreezeRay which can turn a person into a solid statue for unknown amounts of time. (Also, one of the 36 parts of "Upsidaisium" is "The Cliff Hangar, or [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Taken for Granite]]".)
25th Jul '17 6:26:51 PM orvillethird
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* ExtraDigits: Several characters have them at various times, but the most prominent example is the seven-fingered Snow White in "Snow White, Inc."
22nd Jul '17 1:00:23 AM TropesForever
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** Mr. Peabody's entire outfit was OpaqueNerdGlasses and [[BowtiesAreCool a bow tie]].

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** Mr. Peabody's entire outfit was OpaqueNerdGlasses and [[BowtiesAreCool a bow tie]].tie.
27th Jun '17 10:27:56 AM CosmicFerret
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It continued with ''Rocky and Bullwinkle'' comics through the 1980s. In 2000, Creator/{{Universal}} released TheFilmOfTheSeries produced in live action, apart from a CGI moose and squirrel voiced by Keith Scott and June Foray, and [[BookEnds hand-drawn opening and ending sequences]] mimicking the style of the 1950s cartoon. Jason Alexander and Rene Russo played Boris and Natasha. Creator/RobertDeNiro, a fan of the show from his youth, not only played Fearless Leader, but was also one of the film's producers.

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It continued with ''Rocky and Bullwinkle'' comics through the 1980s. In 2000, Creator/{{Universal}} released TheFilmOfTheSeries produced in live action, apart from a CGI moose and squirrel voiced by Keith Scott and June Foray, and [[BookEnds hand-drawn opening and ending sequences]] mimicking the style of the 1950s cartoon. Jason Alexander and Rene Russo Creator/ReneRusso played Boris and Natasha. Creator/RobertDeNiro, a fan of the show from his youth, not only played Fearless Leader, but was also one of the film's producers.
18th Jun '17 10:10:51 AM nombretomado
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** In one version of "Sleeping Beauty", Prince Charming was modeled loosely after WaltDisney. In the story, rather than awaken Sleeping Beauty, he built a theme park around her.

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** In one version of "Sleeping Beauty", Prince Charming was modeled loosely after WaltDisney.Creator/WaltDisney. In the story, rather than awaken Sleeping Beauty, he built a theme park around her.
13th Jun '17 5:01:45 PM ZarbiNerada
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* MundaneUtility: In ''Rue Britannia'' Boris uses a guillotine to slice bread.
9th Jun '17 8:49:22 AM CorahsUncle
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This cult cartoon series, produced by Jay Ward and Bill Scott, ran on Creator/{{ABC}} Saturday evenings as ''Rocky and His Friends'' from 1959 to 1961. It featured the serialized adventures of Rocky (voiced by Creator/JuneForay), a flying squirrel who wore flight goggles, and Bullwinkle (Bill Scott), a dimwitted moose. Their primary foes were Boris Badenov (Paul Frees) and Natasha Fatale (Creator/JuneForay again), a pair of Slavic spies from the imaginary Soviet satellite of Pottsylvania. In 1961, the series moved to Creator/{{NBC}} and became ''The Bullwinkle Show''; it ran under that title until 1964. Both series have since been seen in syndication and on cable TV and the title changed to ''The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends''.

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This cult cartoon series, produced by Jay Ward and Bill Scott, ran on Creator/{{ABC}} Saturday evenings as ''Rocky and His Friends'' from 1959 to 1961. It featured the serialized adventures of Rocky (voiced by Creator/JuneForay), a flying squirrel who wore flight goggles, and Bullwinkle (Bill Scott), a dimwitted moose. Their primary foes were Boris Badenov (Paul Frees) (Creator/PaulFrees) and Natasha Fatale (Creator/JuneForay (Foray again), a pair of Slavic spies from the imaginary Soviet satellite of Pottsylvania. In 1961, the series moved to Creator/{{NBC}} and became ''The Bullwinkle Show''; it ran under that title until 1964. Both series have since been seen in syndication and on cable TV and the title changed to ''The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends''.



It continued on with ''Rocky and Bullwinkle'' comics through the 80s. In 2000, Creator/{{Universal}} released TheFilmOfTheSeries produced in live action, apart from a CGI moose and squirrel voiced by Keith Scott and June Foray, and [[BookEnds hand-drawn opening and ending sequences]] mimicking the style of the 1950's cartoon. Jason Alexander and Rene Russo played Boris and Natasha. Creator/RobertDeNiro, a fan of the show from his youth, not only played Fearless Leader, but was also one of the film's producers.

In 1992, there was a made-for-cable movie ''Film/BorisAndNatasha'' about the [[QuirkyMinibossSquad bad guy couple]]. Rocky and Bullwinkle were human in this film ("Agents Moose and Squirrel, genetically altered once again"), with a post-Cold War theme. Sally Kellerman, like [=DeNiro=] in the later film, was a fan of the show and co-produced it, playing Natasha. A feature film adaptation of ''Peabody's Improbable History'' as ''WesternAnimation/MrPeabodyAndSherman'', was released on March 7, 2014 which then spunoff into a TV series ''WesternAnimation/TheNewMrPeabodyAndShermanShow'' on October 9, 2015.

A "making of" special, called ''Of Moose and Men: The Rocky and Bullwinkle Story'' was aired in 1991 on Creator/{{PBS}}.

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It continued on with ''Rocky and Bullwinkle'' comics through the 80s. 1980s. In 2000, Creator/{{Universal}} released TheFilmOfTheSeries produced in live action, apart from a CGI moose and squirrel voiced by Keith Scott and June Foray, and [[BookEnds hand-drawn opening and ending sequences]] mimicking the style of the 1950's 1950s cartoon. Jason Alexander and Rene Russo played Boris and Natasha. Creator/RobertDeNiro, a fan of the show from his youth, not only played Fearless Leader, but was also one of the film's producers.

In 1992, there was a made-for-cable movie ''Film/BorisAndNatasha'' movie, ''Film/BorisAndNatasha'', about the [[QuirkyMinibossSquad bad guy couple]]. Rocky and Bullwinkle were human in this film ("Agents Moose and Squirrel, genetically altered once again"), with a post-Cold War theme. Sally Kellerman, like [=DeNiro=] in the later film, was a fan of the show and co-produced it, playing Natasha. A feature film adaptation of ''Peabody's Improbable History'' as ''WesternAnimation/MrPeabodyAndSherman'', was released on March 7, 2014 2014, which then spunoff into a TV series ''WesternAnimation/TheNewMrPeabodyAndShermanShow'' series, ''WesternAnimation/TheNewMrPeabodyAndShermanShow'', on October 9, 2015.

A "making of" special, called ''Of Moose and Men: The Rocky and Bullwinkle Story'' Story'', was aired in 1991 on Creator/{{PBS}}.
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