The Bullwinkle Show

Season 1 Episode 6

Jet Fuel Formula (11 & 12)

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Aired Unknown Dec 24, 1959 on
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Jet Fuel Formula (11 & 12)
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Rocky and Bullwinkle are asked to help the moon men go back to the moon.

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    June Foray

    June Foray

    Rocket J. Squrriel/Natasha Fatale/Filburt's Mom/Princess

    Recurring Role

    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

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      • Natasha: Cheer up, dahlink. When we get back, you will get big medal.
        Boris: Medals, I got. For burning down orphanage, for kicking small dogs, for taking candies from babies. Who needs medals?

      • (An airplane pilot tells Rocky and Bullwinkle that a flight to Frostbite Falls would cost $1000)
        Rocky: $1000? Just to get to Frostbite Falls?
        Bullwinkle: You could buy the place for eight dollars cash.

      • Rocky: Haven't I seen your face somewhere before?
        Boris: Of course you have. It's on every three-dollar bill the government makes.
        Rocky: I've never seen a three-dollar bill.
        Boris: Bah. It's my fault you're poor?

      • (Rocky and Bullwinkle accidentally spilled their poisonous drinks)
        Narrator: As the boys watched, the spilled liquid ate right through the floor of the plane.
        Natasha: Make a nice breeze, no? You like a refill?
        Bullwinkle: Well, maybe just half a cup?
        Rocky: Hmm, I don't think we'd better, Bullwinkle. That stuff's a little too strong for us.

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