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

Looney Tunes cartoon show starring Sandy Becker.            
#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.             
#8467: LIDSVILLE
1974-06-22, NBC, 30 min.
Charles Nelson Reilly, Billie Hayes, Butch Patrick

September 11th, 1971-September 1st, 1973

Saturday live-action kids show featuring Charles Nelson Reilly as the evil Whoo Doo and Billie Hayes as the good Weenie the Genie.

 When Mark (Butch Patrick) visits a theme park's magic show, he discovers a magic hat that shakes him into a bizarre world known as Lidsville! Premiering in 1972, this psychedelic Sid & Marty Krofft creation yielded 17 magical episodes in its two-year run on ABC network television. 

"Episode number two: "SHOW ME THE WAY TO GO."
Mark attempts to escape Lidsville.

Episodes:
World In A Hat
Show Me The Way To Go
Fly Now, Vacuum Later
Weenie, Weenie, Where's Our Genie?
Let's Hear It For Whizzo
Is There A Mayor in the House
Take Me To Your Rabbit
Have I Got a Girl For oo Doo
Mark and the Beat Stalk
Turn in Your Turban, You're Through
Alias The Imperial Wizard
A Little Hoo Doo Goes A Long Way
Oh, Brother
Hoo Doo, Who?
Hold Hat Home
Great Brain Robbery
Mommy Hoo Doo
 
Commercials include:

Wonderful World of Disney, Barbie Dolls by Mattel, Basic Foods from the Heart Association, Another Butter Peanut Butter Cookie, The Adams Family on NBC, Taking Turns Advice for Children, Cheerios, Kenner's Scout Adventure Sets, Better Business Bureau, Spending Time Wisely Advice for Children, Cream Filling Sunshine Hydrox Cookies, NBC TV Emergency + 4 promo, Boy Scouts of America.

NBC broadcast reruns of this series the following season.
This episode is a rerun.                                                                                              
#8473: LITTLE DRUMMER BOY, THE
1974-12-15, NBC, 30 min.
Greer Garson

See #8472 for details.   

Narrated by Greer Garson.       
#8474: LITTLE DRUMMER BOY, THE: BOOK II.
1976-12-13, NBC, 30 min.
Zero Mostel, Greer Garson, Robert McFadden, Allen Swift, David Jay, Ray Owens

A sequel to the previous special that finds Aaron, The Little Drummer Boy, journeying with the three wise men to "spread the word" in this animated Christmas special. 

Narrated by Greer Garson.                      
#5317: LITTLE DRUMMER BOY, THE
1977-12-23, WNBC, 26 min.
Greer Garson, Jose Ferrer, Paul Frees, Teddy Eccles

Rerun of original animated broadcast (12/23/67). The story of Aaron, the little drummer boy and his adventures following the magi to Bethlehem.
#5318: LITTLE RASCALS
1979-12-03, WNBC, 26 min.
Darla Hood Granson, Philip Tanzini, Robby Kiger, Jack Somack

A Christmas cartoon based on the Little Rascals movie shorts of the '30s. The voice of the character, Mom, is that of Darla Hood Granson (who played Darla in the original "Little Rascals" series).
#5316: LITTLE BROWN BURRO
1979-12-07, WABC, 27 min.
Lorne Greene

A burro, derided by men and animals alike for his small size, proves his worth with the help of a desert rat and a kind master. Lorne Greene narrates this Christmas tale.
#6719: LITTLE RASCALS CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
1981-12-20, NBC, 30 min.
The Little Rascals

Special: An animation holiday half-hour special based on "Our Gang." This broadcast originally aired on December 3, 1979. A Christmas cartoon based on the Little Rascals movie shorts of the '30s. The gang helps Spanky and Porky replace the winter coat their mother had bought - but returned to buy them an electric train.
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