The Birth of Rock & Roll or Too Hip for the Womb
|The Birth of Rock & Roll or Too Hip for the Womb|
Bill & Ted play with Little Richard and young Mozart at their school.
|Premiere date:||September 22, 1990|
|Music composed by:||Chuck Loeb|
|Writers:||John Loy & John Ludin|
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"The Birth of Rock & Roll or Too Hip for the Womb" is the second episode of Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures season one. It aired on September 22, 1990 on CBS. It was written by John Loy and John Ludin.
In order to appreciate classical music for class, Bill & Ted go back in time to meet Mozart, but accidentally go back to when he was a kid, right when his parents need a babysitter. While babysitting, they then go to visit William Tell in 1300, although their pit stop in 1955 for a chance meeting with Little Richard (who guest stars as himself) proves to be more helpful.
In order of appearance:
- Mozarts' carriage
The score was composed by Chuck Leob.
Dates are in order of release:
- United States: September 22, 1990 on CBS
Behind the scenes
- New Boys on the Corner is a parody of New Kids on the Block.
- When Little Richard begins to play the piano in the recording studio, Eddy's entire clothes are blue, when only his tie was blue.
- There's a subtle difference between the appearance of Leopold Mozart from the first and last time he appeared, possibly indicating he was designed by two separate animators.
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