|Season 1, Episode 21-26|
|Written by||George Atkins, Chris Hayward, Chris Jenkins and Lloyd Turner|
|Directed by||Gerard Baldwin, Pete Burness, Bill Hurtz, Gerry Ray, Bob Schleh, George Singer and Ernie Terrazas|
Jet Fuel Formula
Box Top Robbery is the second Rocky and Bullwinkle story arc. It includes 12 episodes, and was broadcast as part of the first season of Rocky and His Friends on ABC during the Spring of 1960. It is considerably shorter than the preceding story of Jet Fuel Formula, and subsequent Bullwinkle stories would usually follow this length.
The basis of the world economy is not gold, silver, or even uranium but, rather, cereal boxtops. Fiduciary Blurt, the head of the World Economic Council, has informed members that someone is flooding the market with counterfeit box tops, threatening to devastate the world economy. Suspicion quickly falls on Bullwinkle, who has amassed tens of thousands of box tops. However, Bullwinkle has come by his fortune legitimately, and once his name has been cleared he is asked to appear before the Council as an expert on box tops. Blurt also summons his chief security officers, Hemlock Soames and Dr. Watkins, who are actually Boris and Natasha in disguise. As they are in fact the box top counterfeiters they realize that the jig is up and set about bundling off their stash of counterfeits, just as Rocky and Bullwinkle discover their hiding place. The heroes survive being launched into the air in an elevator car and fired upon by the Coast Guard. Boris and Natasha's printing press is accidentally destroyed by Rocky and Bullwinkle, who are given a parade and awarded medals before heading off into the sunset.
- Box Top Robbery
- A Fault in the Vault or Banks a Million
- Calaboose Moose or The Crime of Your Life
- When a Felon Needs a Friend or Pantomime Quisling
- Give 'em the Works or Rocky Around the Clock
- Crime on My Hand or Hickory Dickory Drop
- Down to Earth or The Bullwinkle Bounce
- Fall Story or Adrift in the Lift
- The Ground Floor or That's Me All Over!
- Fools Afloat or All the Drips at Sea
- Water on the Brain or The Deep Six and 7/8
- Bullwinkle Goes to Press or All the Moose That's Fit to Print
In the early 1990s, this episode was released as the main feature of the video "La Grande Moose".