The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show featured a fearless flying squirrel and his slow-witted moose sidekick. They did battle with two scheming but incompetent Soviet spies named Boris and Natasha.
The cartoon is an American classic, beloved for a wry sense of humor that appeals to kids and their parents. It originally aired from 1959 until 1964, but has been in syndication ever since, most recently on the Cartoon Network and Boomerang.
Remember the frenzy when <em>Harry Potter</em> books and movies came out? Fans may be cast under a similar spell now that J.K. Rowling has agreed to write the screenplay for a <em>Potter</em> spinoff. (This 2005 photo was taken in London when the book <em>Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince</em> was released.)
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Hold on to your sorting hats, everyone, there's exciting news today for muggles everywhere:
Bob Mondello and I took a break from our time at the Toronto International Film Festival today for a chat withAll Things Consideredand host Audie Cornish. We filled her in on just how many movies we've both seen, the surplus of stories about doppelgangers, the adventures of Daniel Radcliffe, and what we think are the early awards contenders.