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The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show enjoyed immense popularity in 118 episodes produced from 1959-1961. The show later went into syndication and appeared on two separate TV networks until 1973. The idea for the series was dreamed up by Jay Ward and Alex Anderson.The show was targeted towards children and adults. The zany characters and absurd plots would draw in children, while the clever usage of puns and topical references appealed to adults.  Bullwinkle's name came from the name of a car dealership in Berkeley, California called Bullwinkel Motors

Windham Fabrics is proud to collaborate with Bullwinkle Studios to bring back this bit of American nostalgia.  We invite you to use your imagination and have fun with Rocky and Bullwinkle.

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