Show Business: Lawrence Elk

Watching old Hollywood cartoons on television, children would see the same ones again and again, while their parents gradually lost their minds. Then last season adults began to notice something called Rocky and His Friends, which was new and actually amusing. Rocky, a squirrel, was uncute enough, but it was one of his friends that particularly attracted attention—a blanket-eared, wall eyed, stupid-looking, oafish moose. This moose—whose mother in a flash of lyricism had named him Bullwinkle—made it so big with the big people that he now has his own show in prime evening...

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