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CHILDREN'S HOUR, THE
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.
, Marvin Miller
, Ted Knight
"Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show, "Aquaman Show," "Superman." Voices by Howard Morris, Marvin Miller. Narrator, Ted Knight.
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.
CHILDREN'S LETTERS TO GOD
, Gene Kelly
, Stuart Hample
, Eric Marshall
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.
, Eli Wallach
, Bob Keeshan
October 3, 1955-December 8, 1984. TV's longest-running network children's series with Bob Keeshan.
Eli Wallach reads the story "Are You My Mother?"
, Bob Keeshan
October 3rd, 1955- December 8th, 1984.
Television's longest running network children's series, with Captain Kangaroo portrayed by host Bob Keeshan. Hugh Brannum played Mr. Greenjeans.
CARNIVAL OF THE ANIMALS, THE
, Ogden Nash
, Mel Blanc
, Bugs Bunny
, Daffy Duck
, Porky Pig
Mel Blanc provides the voices of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Porky Pig in this combination animation/live action television special that includes the music of Camille Saint-Saens and the poetry of Ogden Nash.
, Muhammad Ali
, Arte Johnson
, Leonard Nimoy
, Ruth Buzzi
A special musical preview of NBC's Saturday morning line-up of children's shows. Included are clips from the new fall schedule.
, Hans Conreid
An animated tale of a boy's trip to the world of the first Christmas. Voices: Innkeeper (Hans Conreid), Benji (Richard Susceno).
CITY THAT FORGOT ABOUT CHRISTMAS
An animated story about a visitor who changes the lives of citizens in a loveless city. Songs include "You Can't Stop Christmas."
CASPER'S FIRST CHRISTMAS
Casper and his friend Hairy Scarey are being evicted from their battered old house; so Hairy, on Christmas Eve no less, forces the Friendly Ghost to join in a search for new haunts.
Special: In 1958, the million-selling Christmas record called "The Chipmunk Song" launched the career of Alvin, Simon and Theodore Chipmunk. Now they're back in yuletide.
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