The Bullwinkle Show

Metal-Munching Mice (13 & 14)

Season 2, Ep 25, Aired 11/10/60
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  • Episode Description
  • The whole metal-munching mice issue is all the fault of our heroes' old nemeses, Mr. Big! His plot, to send metal-munching mice to USA, to destroy all of the TV antennas. Rocky, Bullwinkle, Gidney, and Cloyd are feeling low. Rocky is upset about the whole TV issue, but Bullwinkle decides to play his old ukulele. His singing is terrible and Rocky and the moon men want him to stop. All of the sudden, the whole army of metal-munching mice surround the cottage of Rocky and Bullwinkle. But the thing is, Boris is not leading them!moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • William Conrad

    Narrator

  • June Foray

    Rocket J. Squrriel/Natasha Fatale

  • Edward Everett Horton

    Himself (Fractured Fairy Tales Narrator)

  • Paul Frees

    Boris Badenov/Fearless Leader/Captain Peter Wrongway Peachfuzz

  • Walter Tetley

    Sherman Peabody

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • (After hearing Bullwinkle sing from inside a house)
      Natasha: Boris, take off your hat.
      Boris: Why?
      Natasha: I think someone is dying in there.

    • Natasha: (while trying to revive Boris) Out goes the good air, in comes the bad. Out goes...
      Narrator: Um, pardon me, miss, but isn't that "out goes the bad air, in comes the good"?
      Natasha: Dahlink, Boris hates anything good.
      Boris: Yeah, so sharrup you mouth, wise guy!

    • Narrator: Don't miss our next exciting episode: "Bongo Boris" or "The Hep Cat". Boris: That's "Hep Rat".

    Notes (1)

    • One of the songs Bullwinkle sings is "Honolulu Baby" by T. Marvin Hatley, which comes from the Laurel & Hardy feature "Sons of the Desert," and also appears in several Little Rascals episodes.

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