Kids may have enjoyed it, but this show had another layer to it. It was extremely sophisticated with a lot of "inside jokes" that went way over kid's heads!
For example what kid was going to understand the significance of the "Ruby Yacht Of Omar Khayyam?"
I always loved when Bullwinkle tried to pull a rabbit out of his hat, and always pulled out something very different!
Some of my other favorites were: "Fractured Fairy Tales," narrated by Edward Everett Horton, Bullwinkle's "Mister Know-It-All," Sherman and Peabody's "Improbable History," with their "Way Back Machine", "Dudley Do-Right of the Mounties" (had to love Snidley Whiplash, Nell and especially Horse), "Bullwinkle's Poetry Corner," and everybody's favorite villains, Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale!
This show "Set the Bar", and unfortunately today it can't be equaled, much less raised!