The Limited Pantheon #2


Rocket J. Squirrel and Bullwinkle Moose

15 comments:

Who Am Us Anyway? said...

Is Moose and Squirrel!

Vanwall said...

Hokey Smokes!

swac said...

...now appearing as Marlon Branflake in A Trolley Named Tallulah!

Christopher said...

"Hey Rocky..Watch me pull a Rabbit outta my Hat!"

Randolph Hoppe said...

"Here's something we hope you'll really like."

Robert Fiore said...

And to think it only took until the second installment for me to understand the heading . . .

Tommy O'C said...

Bullwinkle: Humble, that's me... Mr. Modesty. When it comes to humility, I'm the greatest.

Mark said...

I'm hoping to see Fred Flintstone in this series, though that may not be limited enough!

swac said...

Fred had his limits...mind you, he was no Clutch Cargo.

Christopher said...

I only watched these for Fractured Fairy Tales and Peabody and Sherman..I was never a big R&B fan..even tho i'd watch any cartoon as a kid..

Chris said...

Rocky & Bullwinkle made me the man I am
today, I reckon.

that was Jimi Hendrix' favorite cartoon, BTW.

Vanwall said...

This 'un and "Roger Ramjet" were the high points of TV animation for me.

Lee Marvin Newland said...

In the late 1960s, in front of Jay Ward Studios, where they made R&B, was a 10 foot tall rotating statue of Bullwinkle posed on one foot wearing a red and white striped costume. Directly across Sunset Blvd., on top of a billboard, was a rotating statue of a Vegas showgirl, in exactly the same pose and costume as Bullwinkle.

Bwca Brownie said...

The Sunset Blvd statue of Bullwinkle holding Rocky was still there in 1990, clearly visible from the Chateau Marmont balconies.

Hooked On Stereophonics said...

They changed the statue:
http://www.cartoonbrew.com/cartoon-culture/bullwinkle-statue-update.html