Real Name: Bullwinkle J. Moose
Identity/Class: Moose, know it all
Occupation: TV Cartoon Hero, formerly hat rack!
Affiliations: Rocky, Gidney and Cloyd (Moon Men), Captain Peter Wrong Way Peachfuzz.
Enemies: Boris Badnov, Natasha Fatale, Fearless Leader
Known Relatives: Unnamed grandmother
Aliases: The French-Canadian Moose, Crag Antler
Base of Operations: Frostbite Falls, Minnesota.
First Appearance: Rocky and his Friends (Jay Ward Productions for ABC, 1959)
Powers/Abilities: Skilled amatuer magician
History: Rocky is a flying squirrel from Frostbite Falls in Minnesota, who, along with his friend Bullwinkle, constantly thwarts the machinations of Pottsylvanian spys, Boris and Natasha.
Comments: Voiced by Bill Scott in the original cartoon, and by Keith Scott in the movie in 2000. Created by Alex Anderson and developed by Scott and Jay Ward.
Rocky and Bullwinkle first appeared in The Frostbite Falls Review, with Bullwinkle originally being called Canadian Moose, but soon moved from that short-lived show to their own cartoon, called variously Rocky and Friends, then The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, then finally The Bullwinkle Show. The first episode aired on November 29th 1959 on the ABC Network. For the third season, they shifted to NBC. It lasted 28 episodes in total:
Jet Fuel Formula
Box Top Robbery
Metal Munching Mice
The Last Angry Moose
The 3 Moosketeers
Lazy Jay Ranch (start of second season)
Missouri Mish Mash
Topsy Turvy World
The Guns of Abalone
The Treasure of Monte Zoom
Goof Gas Attack
Bumbling Brothers Circus
Pottsyvania Creeper (start of third season)
The Ruby Yacht
Bull's Testimonial Dinner
The Weather Lady
Louse on 92nd Street
Thanks to Hailey C. Shannon for most of the above profile. Thanks to Floyd Baker for informing me of his magical skills.
Any Additions/Corrections? Please let me know.
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