The first season contained twenty-six half-hour shows, each of which included two Rocky and Bullwinkle segments. Production of the first season was intentionally halted after twenty-six shows, as twenty-six weekly programs would fill exactly half a year and simplify any rerun schedule.

Season 1 (1959-1960)Edit

Title Original run
Jet Fuel Formula 1959
Box Top Robbery 1960

Season 2 (1960-1961)Edit

Title Original run
Upsidaisium 1960
Box Top Robbery 1960
Metal-Munching Mice 1960
Greenperent Ogle 1960
Rue Britannia 1961
Buried Treasure 1961
The Last Angry Moose 1961
Wailing Whale 1961

Season 3 (1961-1962)Edit

Title Original run
The Three Moosketeers 1961
Lazy Jay Ranch 1961
Missouri Mish Mash 1962
Topsy Turvy World 1962

Season 4 (1962-1963)Edit

Title Original run
Painting Theft 1962
The Guns of Abalone 1962
The Treasure of Monte Zoom 1962
Goof Gas Attack 1963
Banana Formula 1963

Season 5 (1963-1964)Edit

Title Original run
Bumbling Brothers Circus 1963
Mucho Loma 1963
Pottsylvania Creeper 1963
Moosylvania 1963
The Ruby Yacht 1964
Bullwinkle's Testimonial Dinner 1964
The Weather Lady 1964
Louse on 92nd Street 1964
Wossamotta U 1964
Moosylvania Saved 1964

Short film (2014)Edit

A untitled Rocky and Bullwinkle short was to be shown in theatres before Mr. Peabody & Sherman on March 7, 2014, and directed by Gary Trousdale, but was changed.


There is conflict between several online sources regarding the division of the story arcs into seasons. The breakdown presented here is based on the following references:

  • The Complete Season 1 DVD set begins with Jet Fuel Formula and concludes with Box Top Robbery. Thus,
  • Season 2 begins with Upsidaisium. The Complete Season 2 DVD set contains 52 episodes (or 104 segments), which would run through Wailing Whale. Thus,
  • Season 3 begins with The Three Moosketeers. This is confirmed in Keith Scott's The Moose that Roared. As the Complete Season 3 DVD set contains four story arcs,
  • Season 4 begins with Painting Theft.
  • According to Keith Scott, Season 5 (as well as a new numbering system for the episodes) began with Bumbling Brothers Circus.

The DVD sets and Keith Scott's book have been assembled with the participation of Jay Ward's family and of the current incarnation of Ward Productions and are believed to be authoritative.