Back to the Future Easter Egg - Sherman & Peabody, Together Again

In the scene where Marty enters 1955 and crashes into the barn, the owner of the farmhouse is Peabody (as mentioned by Doc earlier and as written on the mailbox Peabody shoots). He refers to his son as Sherman. Sherman and Peabody were two time-travelling characters from a Bullwinkle cartoon

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Manaroa writes:
Sherman is a little kid with glasses, and Mr. Peabody is a dog with glasses. Sherman would offer up trivial information every now and then, and Mr. Peabody would reply with his catch-phrase "Quiet You" They appear on a Simpsons episode and the above happens. true!
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Spudweb1 writes:
OK, this is really sad, but the Peabody and Sherman time travelling reference comes up in a very old computer game called Might and Magic 2. In which Lord Peabody owns a time machine and his son is called Sherman. Is it possible to find out more about this comic strip - it sounds quite cool.. and does anyone know of similar references?
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charliehodge writes:
Peabody and Sherman had their own cartoons. They were created by Jay Ward, who did Bullwinkle & Rocky, Dudley Do-Right, Tom Slick, Super Chicken, etc.
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WUOGjim writes:
Also, Isn't it ironic that the Peabody awards at UGA used to be awarded by Mr. Barry SHERMAN?
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RngeCrush writes:
I can almost guarantee that Sherman and Peabody were not in Rodger Rabbit, simply because Rodger Rabbit was set in the 30's (?) and only cartoons that had been made by that time period were in the film, with the one exception of the Penguins that were from Mary Poppins, but they were cast as waiters, perhaps waiting for their "Big Chance."
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ningyo writes:
I think that the cartoon Sherman & Peabody characters may have appeared as themselves in a crowd scene in another Zemickis movie "Who Framed Roger Rabbit". Can anyone please confirm?
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