Frostbite Falls
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A quick message from Rocky the Flying Squirrel.
Mr. Know-It-All's Corner.
There were 50 segments produced. Each segments featured Bullwinkle giving advice on a specific topic, such as "How to catch a Bee" or "How to train a Lion". Of course, something would always go disastrously wrong by the end.
Frostbite Falls is a small fictitious town in the state of Minnesota, in Koochiching County near Moosylvania. It is the home of the famous cartoon duo of Rocky and Bullwinkle.

The population of Frostbite Falls has been estimated as 23, 29, 31 1/2, 48, and 4001. Strangely, the local newspaper, the Frostbite Falls Picayune Intelligence, newshas a circulation of 47. Whatever the population, Frostbite Falls apparently has more television sets than people and yet only one automobile. 

The lack of automobiles can easily be blamed on the bad weather. The main street of Frostbite Falls is known as the Great White Way because it is snowed in for 11 months of the year.

The town of Watchowee Falls is the nearest settlement to Frostbite Falls. Outside of the town, Sam Hill overlooks the entire area. Two nearby bodies of water are Veronica Lake and Lake Salle de Bain.

Institutions of Frostbite Falls include the Frostbite Falls Bird watching and Pinochle Society and the Farmers' and Swineherds' National Bank. Frostbite Falls is also the location of the abandoned mansion Bleakly House. The main office of the Farmers' and Swineherds' National Bank has a portrait of the local hero Rocket J. Squirrel executed in dyed chicken feathers and bottle caps.

Cultural events include the three annual festivals: the Frostbite Falls Flower Fair and Plant Pageant, the Flotilla Festival and the Marble Shootout.

Since 1945, the headline of the Picayune Intelligence was 'Cold War Continues'. The Picayune Intelligence is owned by a Colonel McCornpone.

The local government seems to consist of the Committee for Civic Improvement which is capable of controlling sums of money as large as thirty-three dollars and fifteen cents. The money was once used to purchase an automatic fortune-telling machine to forecast the weather. The fortune-telling machine now rests at the bottom of a nearby river.

Frostbite Falls is the home of the world's only Mooseberry bush. Mooseberry juice is a crucial ingredient in highly explosive fudge cake which can also be used as rocket fuel powerful enough to reach the moon.

Frostbite Falls is the home of Bullwinkle J. Moose, hero, TV personality, and hereditary governor of Moosylvania. Mr. Moose was born and raised in Frostbite Falls. In the winters he serves as Frostbite Falls' snowplow.

Moosylvania is an island adjacent to the United States. It is located in the Lake of the Woods somewhere between that country and Canada, near to Frostbite Falls Minnesota.

Moosylvania is an uninhabited and undeveloped land. The precise boundaries and details of the area have yet to be determined, because the soft marshy ground swallows surveyors and their equipment whole. During warm periods the temperature in Moosylvania has risen to twenty degrees below zero. Summer on the island lasts from late September to the middle of October. As a consequence, most of Moosylvania is frozen for most of the year, and is underwater during the brief summer.

All travel in Moosylvania is by birch bark canoe, though the island has a ten-thousand foot airplane runway. However, only 18% of that runway is on solid ground, meaning that all flights to Moosylvania inevitably sink into the water.

Moosylvania has been pleading for statehood since the time of the American Revolution in 1776. Since then Moosylvania became controlled by a hereditary series of governors belonging to the Moose family.


The island of Moosylvania has been constantly fought over by the United States and Canada. Canada has twice refused to accept the territory as a gift, even with Lake Superior being thrown into the deal. In 1962 a petition for statehood was delivered to Washington, D.C. by the governor, Bullwinkle J. Moose. It was rejected. So Moosylvania remains an unincorporated territory.

The would-be state's motto is Don't Tread On Me, and the state flower is the Moosylvanian flytrap. It is the only plant known to belch after eating its prey. On one occasion Moosylvania nearly sank into the sea, but it was saved by throwing enough ballast off the island to keep it afloat.

Aside from the Moosylvanian flytrap, the only other life that is native to the island is gigantic mosquitoes that terrorize the island during its brief summer.

The Moose Call, the territory's only newspaper was published in 1962. It consisted mainly of comic strips. Milton Fugg of Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, is the Moosylvanian ambassador to the United States. This is a position he was granted when he mailed a self-addressed stamped envelope to Governor Moose.

The Moosylvania Territory is asking for 18 billion dollars and 4 cents in American aid, the four cents for the postage of the check. This would be for industrial development and the numerous planned civic improvements, and to build a highway that would enable people to drive through Moosylvania without stopping.

Moosylvania has no extradition treaties, taxes, traffic or laws. Travelers are advised that there are no other compelling reasons to visit to Moosylvania.

On the other hand, Pottsylvania is a small country in Eastern Europe behind the former Iron Curtain. It is an absolute dictatorship, with all power invested in the conveniently-named Fearless Leader. Pottsylvania appears to be entirely based around crime and subterfuge. The entire population of the country is saboteurs, spies, and secret agents.

Fearless Leader controls the nation through the use of the office of Central Control, through which he is able to spontaneously organize heavily-armed mobs of Pottsylvanians.

The culture of Pottsylvania reflects the central position of spying and villainy. Popular publications include Bad Housekeeping, the Fireside Crook Book, Disguises for All Occasions, the Villains Handbook, and the Fireside Book of Fiendish Plots. Institutions of Pottsylvania include the University of Safe-Cracking (USC), the Pickpockets & Thieves Association (PTA), and the Pottsylvanian Eavesdropper, the world's only newspaper printed in disappearing ink. Pottsylvania is also the home of the Pottsylvanian Persuader, which consists of two pounds of dynamite stuffed into a one-pound bag with a very short fuse.

Notable flora and fauna of the country include the Pottsylvanian creeper, a man-eating plant that is revolted by acts of kindness, and the Pottsylvanian carrier pigeon, which may or may not be a vulture.

Pottsylvania is not recommended to tourists. Since Pottsylvania is not a destination most tourist would willingly select, it is possible that the passengers were delivered here at the hands of Captain Peter "Wrong Way" Peachfuzz.

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All tourists to Pottsylvania inevitably find themselves imprisoned. Conveniently all diplomatic staff in the country also reside in prison.

The borders of Pottsylvania are perpetually surrounded by mile-long lines of natives attempting to leave the country. It is not known how much Pottsylvania has changed since the fall of the Iron Curtain. In Pottsylvania the Iron Curtain was represented by a massive curtain made of iron.

Traveling through Pottsylvania is never recommended. The country has only six miles of road and these roads are completely covered in a vast traffic jam caused by overproduction of Pottsylvanian automobiles.

Notable Pottsylvanians include: Boris Badenov, the recipient of his country's highest honor, the Pottsylvanian Double Cross. Other notable figures include Natasha Fatale, Mr. Big and the Fearless Leader.

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(Rocky & His Friends and The Bullwinkle Show, created by Jay Ward, USA, 1959-1964)

Wossamotta U? You didn't know that Thursday, Nov. 19, 2009 marked the 50th anniversary of Bullwinkle? The dimwitted but beloved moose, along with flying squirrel pal Rocky, foes Boris and Natasha, 'Fractured Fairy Tales' and 'Mr. Peabody & Sherman,' debuted in 1959 on ABC's 'Rocky & His Friends,' a twice-a-week afternoon series that moved to primetime when it shifted to NBC and became 'The Bullwinkle Show' in 1961.
The full names of the characters are Bullwinkle J. Moose and Rocket J. Squirrel. The two J's come from Jay Troplong Ward (voice talent and creator) and/or Bill J. Scott (co-producer and head writer). As far as we know the actually letters don't stand for anything.
Boris and Natasha's characters (short guy, tall lady, dark features, pale skin) were based off the original Addams Family comic strip versions of Gomez and Morticia, created by Charles Addams.
The series was created byJay Ward, the U.C. Berkeley and Harvard grad who also created the Cap'n Crunch character. And though "moose and squir-rel," as baddies Boris and Natasha so often referred to them, are beloved today, The show wasn't a ratings smash during its original run but gained a following over time.
Episode Guide

(from the November 1984 issue of Video Review)
JET FUEL FORMULA (40 segments)
Using their secret formula for lunar propulsion, Rocky and Bullwinkle meet moonmen Gidney and Cloyd. Returning to Earth, Rocky and Bullwinkle walk into a trap. No sooner do they escape the perils of Pottsylvania than, while mountain-climbing the Grimalayas, they encounter the moonmen trying to get home. With Rocky and Bullwinkle's help, Gidney and Cloyd flunk their citizenship tests and are deported back to the moon.
BOX TOP ROBBERY (12 segments)
Bullwinkle owns the world's largest collection of box tops. Since these are the currency of all global economies, he's set for life - until it's discovered that counterfeit box tops are flooding the market.
UPSIDAISIUM (36 segments)
Bullwinkle inherits an upsidaisium mine in a mountain that flies because upsidaisium is an anti-gravity metal. The nation needs upsidaisium, so Bullwinkle and Rocky fly the mountain to Washington. Thwarting them at every turn are Mojave Max and Death Valley Dotty.
The arrival of six-foot-tall metal moon mice who chomp up TV antennas spells catasrophe in Frostbite Falls. As their screens go dark, townsfolk are forced to watch black screens, or clothes in the laundromat. Can mankind concieve of a greater terror?
GREENPERT OOGLE (12 segments)
A desert island's only treasure was the oogle bird, which laid a valuable egg once a month. Now the island needs a substitute oogle bird, and Bullwinkle is kidnapped to do the job.
RUE BRITANNIA (8 segments)
Adventure kicks off with a birthmark, a veritable footnote to history, on Bullwinkle's foot. It spells "Rue Britannia," and means Bullwinkle is sole heir to a fabulous English estate - if he can spend a week in the ancestral Abominable Manor. He's not afraid ("I've been living in an abominable manner all my life") but should be, because distant relations want him out of the way.
BURIED TREASURE (14 segments)
Frostbite Falls' gazette, the Picayune Intelligence, has a treasure hunt to build its circulation. Soon the notorious Babyface Braunschweiger has Bullwinkle in jail and the prize within his grasp.
With the help of D.W. Grifter and Alfred Hitchhike - each bearing a striking resemblance to Boris - Bullwinkle stars in a movie.
WAILING WHALE (14 segments)
Rocky and Bullwinkle discover an underwater city, Submerbia, and the great wailing whale, Maybe Dick.
Bullwinkle, aka Aramoose, proves his skill with sword and yo-yo, and does would-be king Francois Villain out of a kingdom.
LAZY JAY RANCH (18 segments)
For $28 Bullwinkle buys a Western ranch, then discovers its livestock is worms. Things look bad, unless Rocky and Boris can drive the worm herd.
MISSOURI MISH MASH (26 segments)
Boris is on the trail of the Kirward Derby, which can make its wearer the smartest man in the world.
TOPSY TURVY WORLD (14 segments)
The North Pole has slipped down to the West Pacific. Boris plans to take over the new North Pole, replace Santa Claus and start carrying presents up the chimney instead of down.
PAINTING THEFT (6 segments)
Bullwinkle mistakes filched art masterpieces for wallpaper and hangs them in his chicken coop. When he whitewashes over them, Boris and Natasha insist on buying them anyhow. Certain that he's a genius, Bullwinkle turns out more, sending some to museums.
THE GUNS OF ABALONE (4 segments)
On their way to silencing the Guns of Abalone, Rocky and Bullwinkle are shot from the sky, imprisoned, threatened with execution and stuck in a sinking ship on a storm-tossed sea. But they have it easy compared with what happens to Boris.
Boris, seeking treasure in Lake Salle de Pain, has a shortcut to getting it: pulling the plug at the bottom of the lake.
GOOF GAS ATTACK (8 segments)
An epidemic of intense stupidity is sweeping the country. The cause is goof gas, Boris Badenov's new secret weapon.
BANANA FORMULA (12 segments)
Professor Bermuda Schwartz invents a silent explosive called Hushaboom. Boris, disguised as a fruit peddler, steals the formula and writes it inside a banana. Bullwinkle wants to buy the banana, and Boris, always ready to make a buck, sells it. Since Bullwinkle can remember everything he ever ate, all is not lost.
The circus comes to town with Boris as lion tamer Claude Badley. Boris, fired, retaliates by driving the circus to bankruptcy. Meanwhile, Rocky is tied to a burning stake.
MUCHO LOMA (6 segments)
Zero the desperado is terrorizing Mucho Loma (fractured Spanish for "Much Mud") with his cap gun and the deafening noise of banging pails.
Bullwinkle and Rocky have nothing to enter in the flower show until kindly Boris offers them a bean "descended from Jack's original beanstalk." Soon the vigorous vine is gobbling everything in sight.
MOOSYLVANIA (4 segments)
Boris runs a contest. Bullwinkle wins a set of Encyclopedia Badenov, rigged to explode when opened to "Moosylvania," his hometown.
THE RUBY YACHT (6 segments)
The epic begins in Frostbite Falls on the shores of Lake Veronica where Bullwinkle finds the Ruby Yacht of Omar Khayyam.
Frostbite Falls is going to honor Bullwinkle for acting as a snow plow during a blizzard. But first he needs a clean shirt, which takes him and Rocky to China.
THE WEATHER LADY (6 segments)
Frostbite Falls acquires a mechanical fortune teller to predict the weather. Boris snatches it away to a gambling emporium, where it wins him a bundle at poker. Rocky and Bullwinkle try to win it back.
LOUSE ON 92ND STREET (6 segments)
Bullwinkle is out onion shopping when he mistakes a getaway car for a taxi.
WOSSAMOTTA U. (12 segments)
The truly inept Wossamotta U. football team signs Bullwinkle. Suddenly they're unbeatable. But Boris oozes out of the woodwork to fix the game.
When the stolen treasury of Pottsylvania surfaces in Moosylvania, Boris turns it into the world's most popular disaster area.

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