The Bullwinkle Show

Season 1 Episode 1

Jet Fuel Formula (1 & 2)

Aired Unknown Nov 19, 1959 on
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Episode Summary

Jet Fuel Formula (1 & 2)
All of America is in a panic due to the arrival of what they think are "moon men".

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    Paul Frees

    Paul Frees

    Boris Badenov/Fearless Leader/Captain Peter Wrongway Peachfuzz

    Recurring Role

    Bill Scott

    Bill Scott

    (uncredited) Bullwinkle J. Moose/Mr. Hector Peabody

    Recurring Role

    Daws Butler

    Daws Butler

    Father Miller

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (4)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Bullwinkle: Here's the latest cake, Rocky!
        Rocky: Will it make a good rocket fuel, Bullwinkle?
        Bullwinkle: Well, I don't know, but it'll sure make a dandy lunch!

      • Bullwinkle: Key to m'hope chest... it's little, 'cuz I'm kinda hopeless. Three trunk keys, ' case I ever grow a trunk.
        Rocky: Hey, that belongs to the Frostbite Falls Volunteer Fire Department!
        Bullwinkle: Yeah, wonder how they're startin' the engine these days.

    • NOTES (5)

      • In 1990, a Spanish company called "Filmtel International Corp.", took all the Bullwinkle episodes and restored and reformatted them so they would look nice for the 90's reruns. They didn't restore them in the right order though, in the original version the Fractured Fairy Tales would've been Goldilocks, the Bullwinkle's Corner would've been The Swing, and Peabody would've been Doggy wants to Be Daddy.

      • This season, and season 2 originally aired as Rocky and His Friends.

      • This episode had a laugh track added.

      • This is the longest Bullwinkle saga in the series, Upsidasium is the second longest, and Missouri Mish Mash is the third.

      • This episode was made by Ward's parnter, Alex Anderson. The animation in this and the next four episode is just stinks because due to budget cuts with Ward productions, they had to be drawn by low-paid, Mexican animators. It took a little while for the characters to even look right.

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