Fractured fairy tales

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Bantam Books, Nov 3, 1997 - Fiction - 181 pages
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Long beforePolitically Correct Bedtime Storiesinvaded bookstores, Americans were getting their giggles from Fractured Fairy Tales, those delightfully twisted parables brought to us between the cliffhanger adventures of our favorite cartoon heroes, Rocky & Bullwinkle. This collection, illustrated with classic art from the animated series includes the comical retelling of 25 classics such as Pinocchio (who starred in his own variety show "The Pinocchio Doody Show"), Jack and the Beanstalk (did you know that Jack grew a beanstalk in the outfield so he could catch fly balls for his baseball team?), or King Midas (who became a dentist so he could give his patients gold fillings). This satirical humor loved for so long by so many, is a must-have for fans of the show and anyone who loves classic fairy tales--with a twist.

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User Review  - unclebob53703 - LibraryThing

From the hilarious tales told on The Rocky and Bullwinkle show. They suffer rather a lot from conversion into prose--there's no real substitute for the narrator's voice in those cartoons. And I suspect, no substitute for being a kid and seeing the stuff for the first time. Read full review

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User Review  - jphamilton - LibraryThing

While reading these truly fractured, twisted, and pun-filled stories, I found myself expecting Rocky and Bullwinkle to walk up with the rest of the characters from their TV show. Reading these tales ... Read full review

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The Frog Prince 9
Pumpelstiltskin 17
Sir Galahad 31
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