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Song Parodies -> "Rocky and friend, Bullwinkle"

Original Song Title:

"Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer"

Original Performer:

Gene Autry

Parody Song Title:

"Rocky and friend, Bullwinkle"

Parody Written by:

Warren Baker

The Lyrics

Few cartoons compare to this fave of my youth. Smart, witty, and always funny.
There was Space Ghost, Bugs Bunny, Fat Albert, and Scooby
Saturday morning cartoons were so loony
And then there’s that moose,
Whose quips and quotes flew fast and loose

Rocky and friend, Bullwinkle
Never failed to entertain
One was a flying squirrel
Who would often save the day.
As for his friend, the moose guy
Trouble came so easily
When they were paired together,
They were perfect comedy.

And the others on the show,
Boris and his gal,
Always had an evil plan.
Never got the upper hand.

As an adult, I love them
They deflect all misery.
Rocky and friend, Bullwinkle
They made cartoon history

(musical interlude with assorted animated fireworks)

Sherman and that Peabody
Also brought a smile
Their machine that went way back
Made the past seem out of whack

They satirized old stories
Using fractured fairy tales
Rocky and friend, Bullwinkle
Clever humor rarely fails.
Of all the cartoons I watched as a kid, this one still stands out. If you haven't watched the show in recent years, treat yourself soon. Copyright 2009 Warren "The Moose" Baker

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Steve K. - December 17, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks for the memories, as Bob Hope would say. I watched all of those, too, and many others.
Old Man Ribber - December 17, 2009 - Report this comment
The horrible puns alone were worth the admission at the full adult price. ;D
Fiddlegirl - December 17, 2009 - Report this comment
What a great cartoon! And now... watch Warren pull a rabbit out of his hat! ;)
TJC - December 17, 2009 - Report this comment
Boris n' Natasha: "Even ve must approve of thees retro gem... and now, Moose and Squirrel mahst die Muwahaha!"
blackjack21 - December 17, 2009 - Report this comment

Rocky: Hey Bullwinkle, we're in real trouble now!
Bullwinkle: Oh good, Rocky! I hate that artificial kind!
Always loved that show, and your parody.
Fearless Leader* - December 18, 2009 - Report this comment
Humor far above child-cartoon level, and probably contributed to this writer's awful puns. (Not my fault! Blame TV!) Great tribute - I moose give you 555.

Trivia -- Everyone knows Boris' last name. What was Natasha's? (*aka Tommy Turtle)
Warren Baker - December 18, 2009 - Report this comment
I feel I'm in good company, and not the only one who got a kick out of all those bad puns. Thanks for the comments. And for the life of my, I don't know Natasha's last name, but when my wife gets me the DVD set for Christmas, I'll have an answer for ya ;-)
TT - December 18, 2009 - Report this comment
OK, then I won't tell. :-)
Warren Baker - January 09, 2010 - Report this comment
Natasha Fatale! As I write this I'm enjoying Season 1 on DVD. A new favorite quote from the moose "Here's the key to my hope chest. It's small cos' I don't have much hope!"

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