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    mr peabody 1960 cartoon | ... Jr. to voice Mr. Peabody in DreamWorks Animation's "Peabody & Sherman

  • Sullivan Lexington Library

    Those of us of a certain generation remember the Rocky & Bullwinkle show. Two of the characters were Mr. Peabody (a dog) and his sidekick, Sherman. Mr. Peabody had built a time machine called "The Wayback" machine. This board will be dedicated to pins which illustrate the history of the Lexington campus of Sullivan University. Stay tuned for this Wednesday (April 10th) when we debut "The Wayback Wednesdays"!

  • Lauren Lampar

    The WABAC Machine (pronounced, and often synonymous with, Way-back) to a fictional machine from the cartoon segment Peabody's Improbable History, an ongoing feature of the 1960s cartoon series The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show. I knew I recognized these characters from the new movie coming out!

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