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#13088: CHILDREN'S HOUR, THE
1956-11-11, WNBC, 3 min.
Ed Herlihy

A Sunday morning children's series hosted by Ed Herlihy originally titled "The Horn and Hardart Children's Hour." 
It debuted on WNBT television in 1949.

Complete opening of the show.                                     
#13294: LOONEY TUNES CARTOON STARRING SANDY BECKER
1958-07-15, WNEW, 2 min.
Sandy Becker

Looney Tunes cartoon show starring Sandy Becker.            
#859B: ZACHERLEY AT 12:00 AKA ZACHERLEY AT LARGE
1959-11-06, WOR, 30 min.
John Zacherley

October 9 - December 25, 1959


A complete episode with Zacherley entitled: "The Cardiff Giant." 

The show opens with Zacherley's signature ghoulish cry, yelling "Let Me Out Of Here." He discusses newspaper reviews, regarding last weeks live performance of the opera "All Quiet On The Balkan Front" by Ben Gross and Brooks Atkinson. Zacherley reminds his transfixed audience that he will be performing the project of the year-a "brain" transplant on the Cardiff Giant. Assembled are 14 brains (13 from men and 1 from a woman). Aided by quips and props, his on camera screen time is chillingly entertaining. There are songs, descriptive lectures and phone calls. This extremely rare soundtrack allows us to revisit "Zacherley at 12:00" and again enjoy what made him so unique on this local New York WOR Ch. 9 television late night series which lasted for only eleven episodes.                                       
#859A: ZACHERLEY AT 12:00
1959-11-20, WOR, 30 min.
John Zacherley

October 9, 1959 - December 25, 1959 &
April 8, 1960 - July 1, 1960

John Zacherley, who became famous introducing horror films,and satirizing them on SHOCK THEATER / ZACHERLEY AT LARGE, on WABC TV, found a new home at WOR TV in October of 1959 and hosted "Zacherley at 12:00," a series initially lasting a little more  than two months, totaling 12 broadcasts from October 9 - December 25, 1959, and then returning for another 13 broadcasts in the Spring of 1960.

These WOR TV channel 9 ninety minute programs were presented on Friday Nights at Midnight, re-run (video tape) Saturday at noon, and re-run again, Saturday Night at Midnight, thru November 28, 1959.  

At his new WOR Ch. 9 berth, Zacherley remained a suave ghoulish monster from Cloud Transylvania, adding offbeat crazy humor to old "B" films which were edited to 60 minutes running time. The remaining 30 minutes of broadcast time was pure Zacherley. 

On this classic show Zacherley and the symphonic orchestra and Gypsy Band perform the opera "All Quiet On The Balkan Front." It celebrates the Victory of Transylvania over Bohemia in 1332. In tongue and cheek fashion, Zacherley sings and explains the story as it progresses in six minute segments, between commercials and the showing of the 1944 feature film, "Cry of the Warewolf," presented that evening. Songs include: "Transylvania We Do Or Die," "A Passivist I Will Always Be," "Oh Where Oh Where Has My Hairy Friend Gone?," "I Am A Vampire Now," and "You Are The One Dear For Me Dear." 

No video tapes and only a handful of excerpt kinescope clips from this WOR TV series of 25 programs survive (total of 12 & 1/2 hours of Zacherley 30 minute sketches broadcast), making this audio presentation a very rare retrospective, as well as  other air checks, from this series, preserved in the Archival Television Audio collection.                                                                                                                                 
#859F: ZACHERLEY AT 12:00
1960-00-00, WOR, 30 min.
Richard M. Nixon, John F. Kennedy, John Zacherley

October 9, 1959 - December 25, 1959 &
April 8, 1960 - July 1, 1960

John Zacherley, who became famous introducing horror films,and satirizing them on SHOCK THEATER / ZACHERLEY AT LARGE, on WABC TV, found a new home at WOR TV in October of 1959 and hosted "Zacherley at 12:00," a series initially lasting a little more  than two months, totaling 12 broadcasts from October 9 - December 25, 1959, and then returning for another 13 broadcasts in the Spring of 1960.

These WOR TV channel 9 ninety minute programs were presented on Friday Nights at Midnight, re-run (video tape) Saturday at noon, and re-run again, Saturday Night at Midnight, thru November 28, 1959.  

At his new WOR Ch. 9 berth, Zacherley remained a suave ghoulish monster from Cloud Transylvania, adding offbeat crazy humor to old "B" films which were edited to 60 minutes running time. The remaining 30 minutes of broadcast time was pure Zacherley. 

"Zacherley Runs For President."

Transylvania has just become the 51st state in the union, and thus motivates, Zacherley to run for the presidency.     Zacherley talks to John F. Kennedy on the phone and Richard Nixon on the phone. There are many "remotes" from the convention. Songs heard include, "Happy Days Are Here Again,"
"Hail, Hail,The Gang's All Here." Zach promotes Zacherley buttons and other campaign articles that viewers can purchase by sending $2.00 to New Jersey box office address.
30 Minutes COMPLETE. Direct line excellent sound quality.

No video tapes and only a handful of excerpt kinescope clips from this WOR TV series of 25 programs survive (total of 12 & 1/2 hours of Zacherley 30 minute sketches broadcast), making this audio presentation a very rare retrospective, as well as  other air checks, from this series, preserved in the Archival Television Audio collection.                                                                                                                                                           
#859C: ZACHERLEY AT 12:00
1960-04-29, WOR, 30 min.
John Zacherley

Zacherley is seen live Friday at midnight. The taped show is then repeated at noon, on Saturday and on Saturday evening at midnight. 

This evening's episode is titled "Mummy From Egypt."

Zacherley has just returned with a 6,000-year-old mummy. He conducts a TV auction and calls are taken by Zacherley from Yonkers High School, the Chairman of the National Committee, The Postmaster General, Mayor of N.Y.C. Robert Wagner, and the Board of Health. In hilarious fashion Zacherley displays articles brought back from his epic Egyptian pilgrimage. He sings "I'll Never See Cairo Again," introduces his wife through sound effects and details his plan to activate the mummy and let him loose in Times Square. A last song is sung by Zacherley, "Floating Down The Nile" ending with Zacherley's memorable howl "Let Me Out Of Here."                          
#859D: ZACHERLEY AT 12:00
1960-05-06, WOR, 30 min.
John Zacherley

October 9, 1959 - December 25, 1959 &
April 8, 1960 - July 1, 1960

"Club Budapest."
The Summary and details of this broadcast needs to be monitored.

John Zacherley, who became famous introducing horror films,and satirizing them on SHOCK THEATER / ZACHERLEY AT LARGE, on WABC TV, found a new home at WOR TV in October of 1959 and hosted "Zacherley at 12:00," a series initially lasting a little more  than two months, totaling 12 broadcasts from October 9 - December 25, 1959, and then returning for another 13 broadcasts in the Spring of 1960.

These WOR TV channel 9 ninety minute programs were presented on Friday Nights at Midnight, re-run (video tape) Saturday at noon, and re-run again, Saturday Night at Midnight, thru November 28, 1959.  

At his new WOR Ch. 9 berth, Zacherley remained a suave ghoulish monster from Cloud Transylvania, adding offbeat crazy humor to old "B" films which were edited to 60 minutes running time. The remaining 30 minutes of broadcast time was pure Zacherley. 

 

No video tapes and only a handful of excerpt kinescope clips from this WOR TV series of 25 programs survive (total of 12 & 1/2 hours of Zacherley 30 minute sketches broadcast), making this audio presentation a very rare retrospective, as well as  other air checks, from this series, preserved in the Archival Television Audio collection.                                                                                                                                              
#859E: ZACHERLEY AT 12:00
1960-05-13, WOR, 30 min.
John Zacherley

October 9, 1959 - December 25, 1959 &
April 8, 1960 - July 1, 1960

Title of this episode is "Weather Balloon."
Summary and details of this broadcast needs to be monitored.

John Zacherley, who became famous introducing horror films,and satirizing them on SHOCK THEATER / ZACHERLEY AT LARGE, on WABC TV, found a new home at WOR TV in October of 1959 and hosted "Zacherley at 12:00," a series initially lasting a little more  than two months, totaling 12 broadcasts from October 9 - December 25, 1959, and then returning for another 13 broadcasts in the Spring of 1960.

These WOR TV channel 9 ninety minute programs were presented on Friday Nights at Midnight, re-run (video tape) Saturday at noon, and re-run again, Saturday Night at Midnight, thru November 28, 1959.  

At his new WOR Ch. 9 berth, Zacherley remained a suave ghoulish monster from Cloud Transylvania, adding offbeat crazy humor to old "B" films which were edited to 60 minutes running time. The remaining 30 minutes of broadcast time was pure Zacherley. 

No video tapes and only a handful of excerpt kinescope clips from this WOR TV series of 25 programs survive (total of 12 & 1/2 hours of Zacherley 30 minute sketches broadcast), making this audio presentation a very rare retrospective, as well as  other air checks, from this series, preserved in the Archival Television Audio collection.                                                                                                                                              
#18861: SHARI LEWIS SHOW
1960-10-01, NBC, 30 min.
Shari Lewis

October 1st,1960-September 28th,1963 (NBC)

Saturday morning children's show featuring Shari Lewis and her puppets. It replaced the Howdy Doody Show.                                        
#13583: DICK TRACY CARTOONS, THE
1962-01-14, WPIX, min.
Everett Sloane, Mel Blanc, Paul Frees, Benny Rubin, Joe Bolton

September 7th, 1961- August 31st, 1963 WPIX  

The Dick Tracy animated cartoon series was shown in the late afternoon on WPIX-TV Channel 11 with Joe Bolton as the host. 
Bolten left his post as the host of the Three Stooges shorts to become the host of the Dick Tracy series, portraying the police chief and Tracy's boss. The police chief would give Tracy an assignment whenever a crime was committed which Tracy would receive on his wristwatch. Tracy would respond by saying "ok chief, I'll get on it right away." He would then assign one of his detectives to the case.  
Everett Sloane provided the voice for Dick Tracy, other voice regulars were Mel Blanc, Benny Rubin, and Paul Frees.                                  
#13673A: SUPERCAR
1962-06-01, SYN, min.
Mike Mercury, Dr. Beeker, Mitch the monkey, professor pop kiss

1961 (Syndicated)

One of television's first children's shows, Supercar was the creation of Gerry and Slyvia Anderson. A marionette show centering on Mike Mercury the driver of Supercar. Other characters included Dr. Beeker, professor pop kiss, and Mitch the monkey.

                                                 
#13727: BULLWINKLE SHOW, THE
1962-08-12, NBC, min.
William Conrad, Bill Scott, Bullwinkle The Moose

September 22nd, 1961-September 12th, 1964 (NBC)
September 20th, 1964-September 2nd, 1973 (ABC)

Bullwinkle The Moose was the faithful companion of Rocky the flying squirrel on "Rocky and His Friends" Bullwinkle hosted and starred in his own animated spinoff series that aired on Sundays on NBC for one season before beginning a long run on weekend mornings on NBC. In 1964, it began a long run on ABC on weekend mornings, airing until 1973. Bill Scott provided the voice of Bullwinkle while William Conrad who was the voice of Matt Dillon on the "Gunsmoke" radio program was the narrator. The series was produced by Jay Ward.                                     
#13739: DICK TRACY CARTOONS, THE
1962-08-18, WPIX, min.
Everett Sloane, Mel Blanc, Paul Frees, Benny Rubin, Joe Bolton

September 7th, 1961- August 31st, 1963 WPIX  

The Dick Tracy animated cartoon series was shown in the late afternoon on WPIX-TV Channel 11 with Joe Bolton as the host. 
Bolten left his post as the host of the Three Stooges shorts to become the host of the Dick Tracy series, portraying the police chief and Tracy's boss. The police chief would give Tracy an assignment whenever a crime was committed which Tracy would receive on his wristwatch. Tracy would respond by saying "ok chief, I'll get on it right away." He would then assign one of his detectives to the case.  
Everett Sloane provided the voice for Dick Tracy, other voice regulars were Mel Blanc, Benny Rubin, and Paul Frees.                                  
#289: LAUREL & HARDY AND CHUCK
1962-10-19, WPIX, 6 min.
Laurel and Hardy, Chuck McCann, Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy

Chuck McCann pays tribute to Laurel & Hardy. This excerpt represents the final 6 minutes of this premiere short lived Sunday Edition to the series. Simultaneously, the series was also presented on weekdays, Monday thru Friday.             
#13936a: THE MAGIC LAND OF ALLAKAZAN
1962-12-29, ABC, min.
Mark Wilson, Nani Darnell, Mike Wilson, Rebo The Clown, Bev Bergeron

October 1, 1960-September 22, 1962 (CBS)
September 29, 1962-December 28, 1963(ABC)
April 25, 1964-December 12, 1964 (ABC)

Magician Mark Wilson hosted this Saturday kid's show which blended magic tricks and illusions with a fantasy story line.         
#373: WONDERAMA WITH SONNY FOX
1963-01-27, WNEW, 6 min.
Boris Karloff, Frankenstein, Sonny Fox

Boris Karloff talks about his "Frankenstein" monster character and takes questions from the boys and girls in the show.
#14023: BIRTHDAY HOUSE WITH PAUL TRIPP
1963-04-02, NBC, 5 min.
Paul Tripp

April 1st, 1963-September 8th, 1967 (NBC)

A five days a week (9 AM to 9:30 AM) children's program presented live and hosted by Paul Tripp. Each day, a boy or girl's birthday would be celebrated along with their friends.

The show presented all manners of games and stunts, stories and songs, entertainment, and educational features- for the young guest on the show and for the kids at home. A daily diversion that offers the thrill of anticipation, excitement, and variety all designed to keep the nursery set occupied and amused each weekday morning.  

Paul Tripp often referred to as the "Pied Piper" of early children's television, created the musical fantasy "Tubby The Tuba" in 1945 and appeared on his own show "Mr. I. Magination," which aired on CBS television from 1949-1952. On this children's program, Tripp appeared as a train engineer. 
Tripp along with his wife, Ruth Enders Tripp, co-hosted a TV news magazine for teenagers titled "On The Carousel" on Saturday mornings. The program ran from June 5th, 1955- September 26th, 1959 and was seen on CBS-TV.                                                 
#14122: SUPERCAR
1963-05-24, SYN, min.
Mike Mercury, Dr. Beeker, Mitch the monkey, professor pop kiss

1961 (Syndicated)

One of television's first children's shows, Supercar was the creation of Gerry and Slyvia Anderson. A marionette show centering on Mike Mercury the driver of Supercar. Other characters included Dr. Beeker, professor pop kiss, and Mitch the monkey.

                                                              
#14312: ASTRO BOY
1963-09-25, SYN, 21 min.
Billie Lou Watt

1963 (Syndicated)

A cartoon series about a robotic youngster, Astro Boy. It was the first Japanese-produced television series exported to the United States. A total of 193 episodes were produced. Later in the series, Astro Boy was joined by his robotic sister, Astro Girl. Billie Lou Watt provided the English-language voice for Astro Boy.                                                  
#14326: MIGHTY HERCULES CARTOON, THE
1963-09-30, WPIX, min.
John Zacherle, Jimmy Tapp, Gerry Bascombe, Helene Nickerson

September 1st, 1963-May 1st, 1966 (WPIX-TV)

John Zacherle (Zacherley) was the host of the Mighty Hercules cartoon that aired on WPIX-TV Channel 11 weekdays in New York City. Canadian born actor Jimmy Tapp provided the voice of Hercules. Other voices heard were Gerry Bascombe and Helene Nickerson.

Host: John Zacherle 

NOTE: No episodes of this series are known to exist.                                   
#14330: MIGHTY HERCULES CARTOON, THE
1963-10-02, WPIX, min.
John Zacherle, Jimmy Tapp, Gerry Bascombe, Helene Nickerson

September 1st, 1963-May 1st, 1966 (WPIX-TV)

John Zacherle (Zacherley) was the host of the Mighty Hercules cartoon that aired on WPIX-TV Channel 11 weekdays in New York City. Canadian born actor Jimmy Tapp provided the voice of Hercules. Other voices heard were Gerry Bascombe and Helene Nickerson.

Host: John Zacherle 

NOTE: No episodes of this series are known to exist.                                                
#14341: MIGHTY HERCULES CARTOON, THE
1963-10-11, WPIX, min.
John Zacherle, Jimmy Tapp, Gerry Bascombe, Helene Nickerson

September 1st, 1963-May 1st, 1966 (WPIX-TV)

John Zacherle (Zacherley) was the host of the Mighty Hercules cartoon that aired on WPIX-TV Channel 11 weekdays in New York City. Canadian born actor Jimmy Tapp provided the voice of Hercules. Other voices heard were Gerry Bascombe and Helene Nickerson.

Host: John Zacherle 

NOTE: No episodes of this series are known to exist.                                                             
#5939*: " href="ata_search.php?keywords=NBC+CHILDREN%27S+THEATRE%3A+%3Cb%3E%22QUILLOW+AND+THE+GIANT%22%3C%2Fb%3E">NBC CHILDREN'S THEATRE: "QUILLOW AND THE GIANT"
1963-11-03, WNBC, 54 min.
N/A

November 3, 1963-March 17, 1973. A ten-year series of specials designed for children, broadcast at different intervals. SEARCH PROGRAM TITLE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
#19310: MIGHTY HERCULES CARTOON, THE
1963-11-19, WPIX, 25 min.
Joe Bolton, Mighty Hercules

Episode: "Olympian Flame Thrower." 

Host: Joe Bolton.                 
#19330: FIREBALL XL-5
1963-12-07, NBC, min.
Gerry Anderson, Steve Zodiac

October 5th, 1963-September 25th, 1965 (NBC)

This Saturday morning series was one of the first to use supermarionation, a technique using fine wires and plastic models developed by creator Gerry Anderson. The series was set in Space City with its central character being Colonel Steve Zodiac, who piloted his spacecraft, Fireball XL-5, throughout the Galaxy.                                              
#19388: HALL IN FUN
1963-12-27, WNEW, min.
Fred Hall, Barney Martin

September 3rd, 1962-1965. (WNEW)

Children's show with host Fred Hall. Also appearing on this show comic Barney Martin. The opening theme song is heard and Fred talks to the children in the audience. Animated film shown about Joey and the planet Saturn.                                                          
#734: SALUTE TO LAUREL AND HARDY
1965-03-28, WPIX, 76 min.
Laurel and Hardy, Chuck McCann, John McCabe, John Tillman, Stan Laurel, Al Kilgore, Oliver Hardy

Chuck McCann pays tribute to the late comedy team, Laurel and Hardy. John McCabe, Al Kilgore, and John Tillman contribute. 

First broadcast in prime time as a WPIX TV Special (9:30-1100pm) on March 9, 1965.                          
#5409: PETER PAN
1966-01-21, WNBC, 104 min.
Mary Martin, Cyril Ritchard, Lynn Fontanne, Maureen Bailey, Jane Margalo

Third showing of the taped production first presented on December 8, 1960. The first television performance of the musical adaptation of Sir James M. Barrie's play was presented live on NBC on March 7, 1955 and again live on January 9, 1956. The taped production was presented on December 8, 1960, and repeated on February 9, 1963.
#19084: ALICE IN WONDERLAND
1966-03-30, WABC, 55 min.
Bill Dana, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Hedda Hopper, Lewis Carroll, Doris Drew Allen, Hanna-Barbara, Sammy Davis Jr., Janet Waldo, Howard Morris, Don Messick, Alan Reed, Mel Blanc, Allan Melvin

Bill Dana wrote this way-out spoof of Lewis Carroll's children's classic animated by Hanna-Barbara. Voices heard include those of Janet Waldo, Doris Drew Allen, Howard Morris, Sammy Davis Jr., Hedda Hopper, Don Messick, Alan Reed, Mel Blanc, Zsa Zsa Gabor and Allan Melvin.   

Duplicate of 991.          
#991: ALICE IN WONDERLAND
1966-03-30, WABC, 55 min.
Bill Dana, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Hedda Hopper, Lewis Carroll, Doris Drew Allen, Hanna-Barbara, Sammy Davis Jr., Janet Waldo, Howard Morris, Don Messick, Alan Reed, Mel Blanc, Allan Melvin

Bill Dana wrote this way-out spoof of Lewis Carroll's children's classic animated by Hanna-Barbara. Voices heard include those of Janet Waldo, Doris Drew Allen, Howard Morris, Sammy Davis Jr., Hedda Hopper, Don Messick, Alan Reed, Mel Blanc, Zsa Zsa Gabor and Allan Melvin.
#19085: BALLAD OF SMOKEY THE BEAR, THE
1966-11-24, NBC, 60 min.
James Cagney, Barry Pearl, George Petrie, William Marine, Herb Duncan, Johnny Marks, Rose Marie Jun, Francine Carol, Ruth Franklin, Bryna Raeburn

The origin of the great bear, Smokey, conservation crusader. 

The voices of James Cagney, Rose Marie Jun, William Marine, Barry Pearl, George Petrie, Herb Duncan, Bryna Raeburn, Ruth Franklin, and Francine Carol are heard in this animated special.  
Songs by Johnny Marks. Narrated by James Cagney. Voice of Smokey the Bear portrayed by Barry Pearl.                                 
#6235: RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER
1967-12-08, NBC, 60 min.
Johnny Marks, Burl Ives

Burl Ives is the voice of Sam the Snowman in this animated Christmas fantasy, based on the story by Robert L. May. Songs by Johnny Marks. Broadcast on NBC from September 19, 1964 thru December 8, 1972.
#15616: CHILDREN'S CARTOONS
1968-03-16, WPIX, 17 min.
Marvin Miller, Ted Knight, Howard Morris

"Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show, "Aquaman Show," "Superman." Voices by Howard Morris, Marvin Miller. Narrator, Ted Knight.

Originally Telecast:

Atom Ant Show - October 1965 - September 2, 1967

Atom Ant / Secret Squirrel Show - September 9, 1967 - August 1968
A  super-powered insect was the star of this Hanna-Barbera cartoon show. In 1967, Ant joined forces with Secret Squirrel, the daring rodent who had had his own show for t wo seasons.

Aquaman, "King of the Seven Seas, was first seen in 1967-1968 as segments of Superman before biing repeated the following season in its own series officially titled The Adventures of Aquaman.(Sept. 14, 1968 - Sept. 7, 1969).
Superman vs Lava Man segment included in this compilation of cartoon characters broadcast on this show. 
                                                                          
#15892: NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, THE
1968-10-12, CBS, 4 min.
Superman, Bud Collyer, Jackson Beck, Joan Alexander

September 10th, 1966-September 7th, 1968

  NOTE:  Other episodes archived in the Archival Television Audio collection include:

SUPERMAN MEETS HIS MATCH and CAGE OF GLASS (Feb. 21, 1970) - originally televised during the 1967-1968 season.

LUTHOR'S LOCO LOOKIING MIRROR (Feb. 28, 1970) - originally from the 1967-1968 season.

PERNICIOUS PARASITE, SUPERMAN - originally  televised Dec. 17, 1966, SUPERMAN'S DOUBLE TROUBLE - originally televised Dec. 3, 1966.

LUTHOR REFORMS rerun Jan. 17, 1970, THE JAPANESE SANDMAN rerun Nov. 31, 1970, FLYING SAUCERS and GIANT BEES originally televised during the 1968-1969 season.

RETRUN OF BRAINAIC originally televised during the 1966-1967 season, Rerun March 13, 1970, LUMNOS ON THE LOOSE originally televised during the 1967-1968 season, rerun April 4, 1970.

RAIN OF IRON (Last episode of the series) originally televised during t he 1968-1969 season, rerun May 2, 1970, and THE MYSTERIOUS MR. MIST rerun May 9, 1970. 

NOTE:

During  four seasons there were 68 different episodes televised.

Season 1 - September 10, 1966 - 1967 THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN (36 segments).

Season 2- September 9, 1967 - 1968 THE SUPERMAN / ACQUAMAN HOUR (16 Superman segments).

Season 3- September 14, 1968-1969 THE BATMAN / SUPERMAN HOUR (16 Superman segments).

Season 4- September 13, 1969 - 1970 
THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN which were comprised of reruns from the previous three seasons which contained 68 Superman episodes.  

 In the 1960's the new animation company Filmation Associates persuaded DC Comics to allow Filmation to do a Superman cartoon series. The New Adventures of Superman debuted on the American network CBS on September 10, 1966. In the second season, the show was renamed The Superman-Aquaman Hour of Adventure adding adventures with other DC Comics heroes. In 1968, the show format again changed becoming The Batman-Superman Hour which ran until September 6, 1969 when the show was cancelled partly from protests by Action For Children's Television because of violent content.

In the first season, the show had two 6 minute Superman cartoons bracketing a Superboy cartoon. Superman comics editor Mort Weisinger served as story editor, while several Superman comics writer also scripted some of the cartoons.

The first season had 18 half-hours. The second and third seasons each had eight more made. In the third season (The Batman/Superman Hour), the artwork changed to imitate Superman artist Curt Swan's style, and the Superman episodes now were 2-part Superman adventures.

The cartoons used the familiar "Faster than a speeding bullet..." used previously in the 1940's Fleisher cartoons, the serials and 1950's television show The Adventures of Superman. Within the cartoons, Superman used the familiar "Up, up, and away" and "This is a job for Superman" phrases.

From the radio show returned actors Clayton "Bud" Collyer as Superman/Clark Kent and Joan Alexander as Lois Lane, with Jackson Beck as narrator. Bob Hastings played Superboy/Young Clark Kent.                           
#5363: MOUSE ON THE MAYFLOWER
1968-11-23, WNBC, 52 min.
Tennessee Ernie Ford, Joanie Sommers, Eddie Albert, John Gary

Animated filmed musical Thanksgiving fantasy based on the whimsical diary of Willum, a mouse, who was with the Pilgrims on their 1620 voyage to the New World; with Tennessee Ernie Ford as narrator and the voice of Willum, with as other voices, John Gary (as John Alden), Eddie Albert (as Miles Standish) and Joanie Sommers (as Priscilla Mullins).
#6050: CHILDREN'S LETTERS TO GOD
1969-02-16, NBC, 30 min.
Gene Kelly, Stuart Hample, Eric Marshall, George Kleinsinger

Gene Kelly is the host and co-director for this half-hour word & picture montage of children and the touching letters they wrote in Sunday School. With commercials.   
Included are candid films of youngsters talking about their interests, and singing such songs of childhood as "Frere Jacques" and "I've Been Working on the Railroad." Based on the best-seller by Stuart Hample and Eric Marshall. Score by George Kleinsinger.           
#6085: FLINTSTONES, THE
1969-04-00, ABC, 30 min.
Alan Reed, Mel Blanc, Bea Benaderet, Jean Vander Pyl

September 30, 1960-September 2, 1966. The first prime-time cartoon series made especially for television, "The Flintstones" was rerun on Saturday mornings over NBC-TV from 1967 to 1970.
#6084: FLINTSTONES, THE
1969-04-28, ABC, 30 min.
Alan Reed, Mel Blanc, Bea Benaderet, Jean Vander Pyl

September 30, 1960-September 2, 1966. The first prime-time cartoon series made especially for television, "The Flintstones" was rerun on Saturday mornings over NBC-TV from 1967 to 1970.
#16247: MR.ROGERS NEIGHBORHOOD
1969-12-03, PBS, min.
Fred Rogers

1968- Public television's longest-running children's program hosted by Fred Rogers, a Presbyterian minister from Pittsburgh. Rogers had previously worked on a 1955 network children's program
"The Children's Corner," but is best known as the host of this series of half-hours. Through the use of puppets, guests, and musical numbers, Rogers and his crew have gently taught young viewers to handle problems such as divorce, impatience, and anger, and minor crises such as the death of a pet. Other regulars on the show have included Betty Aberlin, Betsy Nadas, Joe Negri, David Newell, Don Brockett, Francois Clemmons, Robert Trow, Audrey Roth, Elsie Neal, and Yoshi Ito. Produced at WQED-TV in Pittsburgh, and Rogers has been the executive producer. In its early years, the title was spelled "MisteRogers Neighborhood." Production ceased in 1975 but resumed in 1979; each year a few new programs were produced, and were blended in with older shows. PBS honored Rogers in March, 1990 with a prime-time retrospective, "Our Neighbor, Fred Rogers."              
#19069C: ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, THE
1970-00-00, CBS, 17 min.
Bud Collyer

The Batman-Superman Hour is a Filmation animated series that was broadcast on Saturday mornings from 1968 to 1969. It premiered on September 14th,1968, this 60-minute program featured new adventures of the DC Comics superheroes, Batman, Batgirl, and Robin alongside shorts of The New Adventures Of Superman and The Adventures of Superboy. 
Two 1970 segments of THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN are broadcasts.
1- FLYING SAUCERS
 2-GIANT BEES                                                                                             
#19069: ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, THE
1970-01-17, CBS, 8 min.
Bud Collyer

The Batman-Superman Hour is a Filmation animated series that was broadcast on Saturday mornings from 1968 to 1969. It premiered on September 14th,1968, this 60-minute program featured new adventures of the DC Comics superheroes, Batman, Batgirl, and Robin alongside shorts of The New Adventures Of Superman and The Adventures of Superboy. 
One segment of THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN are broadcasts.
1- LUTHOR RERFORMS
                                                                       
#19065: NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, THE
1970-02-14, CBS, 17 min.
Ted Knight, Bud Collyer, Jackson Beck, Janet Waldo, Joan Alexander, Ray Owens, Jack Grimes, Bob Hastings

September 13th, 1966-1969 (CBS - 68 episodes).    

Animated CBS series featuring the voices of Bud Collyer, Joan Alexander, Jackson Beck (narrator), Jack Grimes, Ray Owens, Bob Hastings, Ted Knight, and Janet Waldo. 

In this animated episode re-run two Superman segments are presented, 
THE NIGHT OF THE OCTOPOD and 
THE PRANKSTER   
Superman is called into action. 

Commercials include:

Tang, Flintstone Vitamins, and TRIX breakfast cereal.   

NIGHT OF THE OCTOPOD

Superman fights off a strange flying saucer that has a strange octopod device. The octopod threatens a rocket base near Niagara Falls. Throwing the Octopod into the waters near the base of the Falls, Superman destroys the un-manned spaceship that brought it to Earth. However an electric eel pacing by gives the Octopod the power that it needs to take flight again, sapping more power from a nearby power station. Superman comes to the rescue once again, short-circuiting the Octopod after a brief tussle.    

THE PRANKSTER

A pram is pushed into on-coming traffic... with only a doll within the pram. A money safe is dropped on Clark Kent as he is about to enter the Daily Planet... it's made out of paper. Clark Kent changes into Superman and berates the little fellow behind these pranks, who insists Superman can't arrest him as technically he hasn't done anything wrong that anyone can prove. So letting him go, Superman sets about playing his own pranks on the Prankster, irritating him so much that he frustratingly admits to committing the prankish crimes in front of Superman who gets it all done using a tape recorder

      NOTE:  Other episodes archived in the Archival Television Audio collection include:

SUPERMAN MEETS HIS MATCH and CAGE OF GLASS (Feb. 21, 1970) - originally televised during the 1967-1968 season.

LUTHOR'S LOCO LOOKIING MIRROR (Feb. 28, 1970) - originally from the 1967-1968 season.

PERNICIOUS PARASITE, SUPERMAN - originally  televised Dec. 17, 1966, SUPERMAN'S DOUBLE TROUBLE - originally televised Dec. 3, 1966.

LUTHOR REFORMS rerun Jan. 17, 1970, THE JAPANESE SANDMAN rerun Nov. 31, 1970, FLYING SAUCERS and GIANT BEES originally televised during the 1968-1969 season.

RETRUN OF BRAINAIC originally televised during the 1966-1967 season, Rerun March 13, 1970, LUMNOS ON THE LOOSE originally televised during the 1967-1968 season, rerun April 4, 1970.

RAIN OF IRON (Last episode of the series) originally televised during t he 1968-1969 season, rerun May 2, 1970, and THE MYSTERIOUS MR. MIST rerun May 9, 1970. 

NOTE:

During  four seasons there were 68 different episodes televised.

Season 1 - September 10, 1966 - 1967 THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN (36 segments).

Season 2- September 9, 1967 - 1968 THE SUPERMAN / ACQUAMAN HOUR (16 Superman segments).

Season 3- September 14, 1968-1969 THE BATMAN / SUPERMAN HOUR (16 Superman segments).

Season 4- September 13, 1969 - 1970 
THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN which were comprised of reruns from the previous three seasons which contained 68 Superman episodes.  

 In the 1960's the new animation company Filmation Associates persuaded DC Comics to allow Filmation to do a Superman cartoon series. The New Adventures of Superman debuted on the American network CBS on September 10, 1966. In the second season, the show was renamed The Superman-Aquaman Hour of Adventure adding adventures with other DC Comics heroes. In 1968, the show format again changed becoming The Batman-Superman Hour which ran until September 6, 1969 when the show was cancelled partly from protests by Action For Children's Television because of violent content.

In the first season, the show had two 6 minute Superman cartoons bracketing a Superboy cartoon. Superman comics editor Mort Weisinger served as story editor, while several Superman comics writer also scripted some of the cartoons.

The first season had 18 half-hours. The second and third seasons each had eight more made. In the third season (The Batman/Superman Hour), the artwork changed to imitate Superman artist Curt Swan's style, and the Superman episodes now were 2-part Superman adventures.

The cartoons used the familiar "Faster than a speeding bullet..." used previously in the 1940's Fleisher cartoons, the serials and 1950's television show The Adventures of Superman. Within the cartoons, Superman used the familiar "Up, up, and away" and "This is a job for Superman" phrases.

From the radio show returned actors Clayton "Bud" Collyer as Superman/Clark Kent and Joan Alexander as Lois Lane, with Jackson Beck as narrator. Bob Hastings played Superboy/Young Clark Kent.                                                                                                                                  
#19068: NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, THE
1970-02-14, CBS, 17 min.
Ted Knight, Bud Collyer, Jackson Beck, Janet Waldo, Joan Alexander, Ray Owens, Jack Grimes, Bob Hastings

September 13th, 1966-1969 (CBS - 68 episodes).    

Animated CBS series featuring the voices of Bud Collyer, Joan Alexander, Jackson Beck, Jack Grimes, Ray Owens, Bob Hastings, Ted Knight, and Janet Waldo. 

In this animated episode re-run two Superman segments are presented, THE NIGHT OF THE OCTOPOD and THE PRANKSTER (Feb. 14, 1970)   
Superman is called into action. 

Commercials include:

Tang, Flintstone Vitamins, and TRIX breakfast cereal.   

NIGHT OF THE OCTOPOD

Superman fights off a strange flying saucer that has a strange octopod device. The octopod threatens a rocket base near Niagara Falls. Throwing the Octopod into the waters near the base of the Falls, Superman destroys the un-manned spaceship that brought it to Earth. However an electric eel pacing by gives the Octopod the power that it needs to take flight again, sapping more power from a nearby power station. Superman comes to the rescue once again, short-circuiting the Octopod after a brief tussle.    

THE PRANKSTER

A pram is pushed into on-coming traffic... with only a doll within the pram. A money safe is dropped on Clark Kent as he is about to enter the Daily Planet... it's made out of paper. Clark Kent changes into Superman and berates the little fellow behind these pranks, who insists Superman can't arrest him as technically he hasn't done anything wrong that anyone can prove. So letting him go, Superman sets about playing his own pranks on the Prankster, irritating him so much that he frustratingly admits to committing the prankish crimes in front of Superman who gets it all done using a tape recorder

      NOTE:  Other episodes archived in the Archival Television Audio collection include:

SUPERMAN MEETS HIS MATCH and CAGE OF GLASS (Feb. 21, 1970) - originally televised during the 1967-1968 season.

LUTHOR'S LOCO LOOKIING MIRROR (Feb. 28, 1970) - originally from the 1967-1968 season.

PERNICIOUS PARASITE, SUPERMAN - originally  televised Dec. 17, 1966, SUPERMAN'S DOUBLE TROUBLE - originally televised Dec. 3, 1966.

LUTHOR REFORMS rerun Jan. 17, 1970, THE JAPANESE SANDMAN rerun Nov. 31, 1970, FLYING SAUCERS and GIANT BEES originally televised during the 1968-1969 season.

RETRUN OF BRAINAIC originally televised during the 1966-1967 season, Rerun March 13, 1970, LUMNOS ON THE LOOSE originally televised during the 1967-1968 season, rerun April 4, 1970.

RAIN OF IRON (Last episode of the series) originally televised during t he 1968-1969 season, rerun May 2, 1970, and THE MYSTERIOUS MR. MIST rerun May 9, 1970. 

NOTE:

During  four seasons there were 68 different episodes televised.

Season 1 - September 10, 1966 - 1967 THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN (36 segments).

Season 2- September 9, 1967 - 1968 THE SUPERMAN / ACQUAMAN HOUR (16 Superman segments).

Season 3- September 14, 1968-1969 THE BATMAN / SUPERMAN HOUR (16 Superman segments).

Season 4- September 13, 1969 - 1970 
THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN which were comprised of reruns from the previous three seasons which contained 68 Superman episodes.  

 In the 1960's the new animation company Filmation Associates persuaded DC Comics to allow Filmation to do a Superman cartoon series. The New Adventures of Superman debuted on the American network CBS on September 10, 1966. In the second season, the show was renamed The Superman-Aquaman Hour of Adventure adding adventures with other DC Comics heroes. In 1968, the show format again changed becoming The Batman-Superman Hour which ran until September 6, 1969 when the show was cancelled partly from protests by Action For Children's Television because of violent content.

In the first season, the show had two 6 minute Superman cartoons bracketing a Superboy cartoon. Superman comics editor Mort Weisinger served as story editor, while several Superman comics writer also scripted some of the cartoons.

The first season had 18 half-hours. The second and third seasons each had eight more made. In the third season (The Batman/Superman Hour), the artwork changed to imitate Superman artist Curt Swan's style, and the Superman episodes now were 2-part Superman adventures.

The cartoons used the familiar "Faster than a speeding bullet..." used previously in the 1940's Fleisher cartoons, the serials and 1950's television show The Adventures of Superman. Within the cartoons, Superman used the familiar "Up, up, and away" and "This is a job for Superman" phrases.

From the radio show returned actors Clayton "Bud" Collyer as Superman/Clark Kent and Joan Alexander as Lois Lane, with Jackson Beck as narrator. Bob Hastings played Superboy/Young Clark Kent.                                                                                           
#19066: ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, THE
1970-02-21, CBS, 17 min.
Bud Collyer

Two episodes. 
1-SUPERMAN MEETS HIS MATCH
2-CAGE OF GLASS

In the fall of 1967, Superman shared an hour program with Aquaman but retained top billing. This sixty-minute animated program, produced by Filmation, included a series of six-minute adventures featuring various DC Comics superheroes.  Superman segments are contained here. 

Commercials: Flintstones Vitamins for kids and Cheerios breakfast cereal.                                                                
#19067: ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, THE
1970-02-28, CBS, 17 min.
Bud Collyer

The Batman-Superman Hour is a Filmation animated series that was broadcast on Saturday mornings from 1968 to 1969. It premiered on September 14th,1968, this 60-minute program featured new adventures of the DC Comics superheroes, Batman, Batgirl, and Robin alongside shorts of The New Adventures Of Superman and The Adventures of Superboy. 
Two segments of THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN are broadcasts.
1- LUTHOR'S LOCO LOOKING MIRROR
2- PERNICIOUS PARASITE                                                            
#19069D: ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, THE
1970-03-13, CBS, 8 min.
Bud Collyer

The Batman-Superman Hour is a Filmation animated series that was broadcast on Saturday mornings from 1968 to 1969. It premiered on September 14th,1968, this 60-minute program featured new adventures of the DC Comics superheroes, Batman, Batgirl, and Robin alongside shorts of The New Adventures Of Superman and The Adventures of Superboy. 
 One 1970 segment of THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN is broadcast.
1-RETURN OF BRAINAIC                                                                                                         
#19067A: ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, THE
1970-03-14, CBS, 8 min.
Bud Collyer

The Batman-Superman Hour is a Filmation animated series that was broadcast on Saturday mornings from 1968 to 1969. It premiered on September 14th,1968, this 60-minute program featured new adventures of the DC Comics superheroes, Batman, Batgirl, and Robin alongside shorts of The New Adventures Of Superman and The Adventures of Superboy. 
One segment of THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN is broadcasts.
1- SUPERMAN'S DOUBLE TROUBLE
                                                                       
#5929: GOLDILOCKS
1970-03-31, WABC, 27 min.
Bing Crosby, Avery Schreiber, Paul Winchell, Kathryn Crosby, Nathaniel Crosby, Mary Frances Crosby

The story of Goldilocks and the three bears in this live action animated musical. Songs by Oscar winners Richard Sherman and Robert Sherman.
#19069E: ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, THE
1970-04-04, CBS, 8 min.
Bud Collyer

The Batman-Superman Hour is a Filmation animated series that was broadcast on Saturday mornings from 1968 to 1969. It premiered on September 14th,1968, this 60-minute program featured new adventures of the DC Comics superheroes, Batman, Batgirl, and Robin alongside shorts of The New Adventures Of Superman and The Adventures of Superboy. 
 One 1970 segment of THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN is broadcast.
1-LUMINOS ON THE LOOSE                                                                                                                    
#19069F: ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, THE
1970-05-02, CBS, 8 min.
Bud Collyer

The Batman-Superman Hour is a Filmation animated series that was broadcast on Saturday mornings from 1968 to 1969. It premiered on September 14th,1968, this 60-minute program featured new adventures of the DC Comics superheroes, Batman, Batgirl, and Robin alongside shorts of The New Adventures Of Superman and The Adventures of Superboy. 
 One 1970 segment of THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN is broadcast.
1-RAIN OF IRON                                                                                                                          
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