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Old 03-27-2012, 12:55 PM   #1
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Any one remember...

these kid shows:

Kukla Fran and Ollie



Rootie Kazootie









Heckle and Jeckle




Terrytoon Circus

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Old 03-27-2012, 01:57 PM   #2
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Vaguely remember Heckle and Jeckle. I was more from the Roy Rogers/Sky King/Johnnie Quest days. Anyone remember them?
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Vaguely remember Heckle and Jeckle. I was more from the Roy Rogers/Sky King/Johnnie Quest days. Anyone remember them?

I remember Roy Rodgers and Sky King. Do not remember Johnnie Quest. How about Sea Hunt and The Whirlybirds?
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I remember Roy Rodgers and Sky King. Do not remember Johnnie Quest. How about Sea Hunt and The Whirlybirds?
Remember those shows too, but not Johnnie Quest
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I remember Heckle and Jeckle and Kukla, Fran, and Ollie but not the other two.
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I would like to state that I'm young enough not to remember any of them.

Unfortunally, ...

And add some local shows from my neck of the woods (near Phila.), of Chief Halftown, Sally Starr, Bertie the Bunyip, Pete Boyle, and Willie the Worm.
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I would like to state that I'm young enough not to remember any of them.

Unfortunally, ...

And add some local shows from my neck of the woods (near Phila.), of Chief Halftown, Sally Starr, Bertie the Bunyip, Pete Boyle, and Willie the Worm.

Bertie the Bunyip was my favorite show after Howdy Doody !
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Claude Kirschner on a Saturday evening in the 1950's-
SUPER CIRCUS with Claude Kirschner MARS CANDY - YouTube
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Malibu Run anyone? Rescue 8? Elizabeth and Alvin?

Hey, waddabout Capt'n Kangaroo!!
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How about Captain Midnight. And don't forget your secret decoder ring.

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And don't forget old Soupy, the King of cool.

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Yup, I remember every one of them. (gulp)
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I was only allowed to watch TV for an hour a week. However, that's an hour more than nothing and I often used that time on Saturday morning before chores to watch a show or two like Sky King, My Friend Flicka, The Lone Ranger, Roy Rogers, cartoons, or various other shows mentioned above. Loved them all!
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How about Captain Midnight. And don't forget your secret decoder ring.

Never liked the taste of that stuff - but I wanted that secret decoder ring.

And my dang Mom kept buying 'that other brand.'



heh heh heh - On FM radio we had The Lone Ranger, The Green Hornet and The Shadow Knows.
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How about one that will never be allowed to be rebroadcast in the PC country that the US is now - Deputy Dawg?

I remember Jonny Quest. It was one of my favorites.



It's usually pretty easy to place someone by approximate age by the TV shows they remember watching.
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Here's an old thread with a bunch of them on it.

anybody remember this
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I remember Winky Dink. The first interactive kids show!

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I would likeAnd add some local shows from my neck of the woods (near Phila.), of Chief Halftown, Sally Starr, Bertie the Bunyip, Pete Boyle, and Willie the Worm.
These titles explain a lot about Philly Eagles fans.
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And then there was Flash Gordon, Rin Tin Tin, Andy's Gang, Hopalong Cassidy, Lost in Space, and at night Have Gun will Travel, Gunsmoke, Rifleman, Twilight Zone, Outer Limits, etc.
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