Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, Original Art, framed
Bullwinkle and Rocky Pay Homage to Kenner Toys Founder
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Created by Jay Ward and Bill Scott, The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show was an animated series that ran from 1959-1964. Geared towards children, the adults in the room quickly were laughing as well. It was, and still is, a fine example of political and social satire.
We have an original piece of artwork featuring a variety of characters from the Bullwinkle and Rocky series; including characters from the Dudley Do-Right segments. The piece pays homage to the Kenner Products Company, the company responsible for much of the toy merchandise created as tie-ins to the show.
The characters are aboard a steamboat, flying under the guidon of Bullwinkle. The boat named the S.S. Albert Steiner. Albert Steiner was one of the founders of Kenner Products Company. Kenner was a pioneer is television advertising and was the maker of classic toys like the Easy Bake Oven, Play Doh and Spirograph. They also produced a great deal of Bullwinkle and Rocky Show related toys.
We do not know who the artist is.
Excellent, Bright and Colorful!
(Ward, Jay) BULLWINKLE. Untitled color illustration. 12″ x 9″ (mat window), overall, 16″ x 13″. Not examined outside of frame.