The Bullwinkle Show

Season 3 Episode 2

The Three Moosketeers (5, 6, 7 & 8)

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Aired Unknown Oct 01, 1961 on
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The Three Moosketeers (5, 6, 7 & 8)
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When Francois Villain is deprived of his favorite Meekly Moose cartoon on a visit to the King Theater it's Rocky who gets it in the neck when he's been thrown into the deepest dungeon under Chateau Briand. Ancient Musketeer Athos and the mighty Aramoose, his boon Moosketeer companion, are bound and determined to rescue their plucky pal Rocky; even though it's made of flypaper, the giant paper airplane Bullwinkle constructs for the task isn't enough to keep them from bound and also taken prisoner. Breaking out of the dungeon, the three Moosketeers go their separate ways, each searching for the missing monarch. In another part of Chateau Briand, Rocky finds the king, who's wearing a girdle. Presently, Bullwinkle turns up with another captive king of Applesauce-Lorraine in tow. Three kings may be swell in poker, but they're making applesauce of Rocky and Bullwinkle's plan to restore the rightful monarch of the land of Applesauce-Lorraine, located somewhere between France and Baja California. The coronation is underway, but Rocky and Bullwinkle have played for time by adding a few extra pages to the archbishop's coronation speech, and soon that worthy and wordy divine is disclaiming buts from the Gettysburg Address, Marc Anthony's funeral oration for Julius Caesar, and Lou Gehrig's farewell speech.moreless

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June Foray

June Foray

Rocket J. Squrriel/Natasha Fatale

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Paul Frees

Paul Frees

Boris Badenov/Fearless Leader/Captain Peter Wrongway Peachfuzz

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Bill Scott

Bill Scott

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

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