The Bullwinkle Show

Mucho Loma (1, 2 & 3)

Season 5, Ep 4, Aired 9/9/62
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  • Episode Description
  • The saga opens up on the sleepy Mexican town of Mucho Loma (fractured Spanish for Much Mud). A local singer named Guadalupe Rodriguiz gets 1 year for singing during siesta. After his sentence, he rode his horse 200 miles away to swear his revenge. So he took a black cowboy suit with a mask, a branding iron with a 0 at the end, and became the notorious villain, Zero (because of his mark. This could be a parody of "The Mark of Zorro"). Zero keeps the town of Mucho Loma awake at night because of his noise making, and stabbing his hot branding iron leaving the mark of zero. When Rocky and Bullwinkle's car accidentally crashes into Mucho Loma town hall, they get 99 years, but Rocky insists on letting him and Bullwinkle go after zero on one condidtion: set them free. Rocky and Bullwinkle go to question Guadalupe, who is busy washing his branding iron. He's caught! But before Rocky and Bullwinkle can get him, Guadalupe's horse knocks them into a well. Mr. Know It All: How to be an Umpire Fractured Fairy Tales: Cinderella Returns Bullwinkle's Corner: Jack Be Nimblemoreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • William Conrad

    Narrator

  • Edward Everett Horton

    Himself (Fractured Fairy Tales Narrator)

  • Paul Frees

    Boris Badenov/Fearless Leader/Captain Peter Wrongway Peachfuzz

  • Bill Scott

    (uncredited) Bullwinkle J. Moose

  • Daws Butler

    Prince Edgar "Eddie"

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (5)

    • Bullwinkle: (while checking the gas tank) Say, Rock, I can't see inside the tank. Got a match?
      Rocky: You strike a match and we'll blow up!
      Narrator: (laughs) It must be a joke. Bullwinkle was smart enough not to use a match.
      Bullwinkle: Heh-heh-heh! You're right, sir. I shall use my lighter.
      (Bullwinkle ignited his lighter near the gas tank and there's an explosion)

    • Narrator: An hour or so later...No, no, I guess-guess it was more like a half hour. Well, check that, make it-make it 45 minutes...our plucky heroes left on their perilous quest.

      Bullwinkle: Narrator sounds a little confused.

      Rocky: Yeah, must be the tropic zone.

      Narrator: Uh...No, it's my watch.

    • Judge: 99 years in jail. Rocky: But what for your honor? Judge: For Jay-Walking! Bullwinkle: That's Jay Warding.

    • Bullwinkle: Sure wish I had a pillow to rest my sleepy head upon.
      Rocky: Try a rock.
      Bullwinkle: I don't seem to have a rock, Rock.
      Rocky: (grabs a small rock) Here, I'll toss one.
      (A large boulder falls, almost crushing Bullwinkle)
      Bullwinkle: Well, it's a good thing I didn't need a mountain. You probably would've thrown the world!

    • (While checking the Wanted Posters to discover who Zero is)

      Sheriff: This next one is Chi Chi Vasquez, a very shady lady.

      Bullwinkle: What does she do? Sell umbrellas?

      Rocky: Well, she can't be Zero either!

      Bullwinkle: Of course not, she's a lady.

      Sheriff: That's no lady, that's my wife!

    Notes (2)

    • This is the first time we see any part of Narrator. We see his hands pointing at his watch.

    • This is one of the only sagas in which Boris and Natasha have no role in.

    Allusions (1)

    • Mucho Loma Citizen: It's the mark of Zero!
      The whole concept of "Zero" and "The Mark of Zero" is a spoof of Zorro.

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