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LINK How Bullwinkle Taught Kids Sophisticated Political Satire

Mr. Chairman, I am against all foreign aid, especially to places like Hawaii and Alaska,” says Senator Fussmussen from the floor of a cartoon Senate in 1962. In the visitors’ gallery, Russian agents Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale are deciding whether to use their secret “Goof Gas” gun to turn the Congress stupid, as they did to all the rocket scientists and professors in the last episode of “Bullwinkle.”

snytiger6 9 Dec 21
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Loved it

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Always enjoyed watching the shop ,seemed a bit stupid at times but also funny Are you sure that Goof Gas was not distributed among the Republicans ,Would explain a lot of things

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As a family, we watched "Rocky and Bullwinkle" and "Fractured Fairy Tales" together. My parents loved it. We all did.

Was a fun and much simpiliar time back then

Fractured Fairytales were great. So was Dudley Doright.

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I still say to my dog "upsidaisium" when she want's to be lifted into bed (she's perfectly capable of jumping but is spoiled). "Upsidaisium" was a mineral in Rocky and Bullwinkle that fell up rather than down.

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I always loved that show!

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