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#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.                                                             
#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).
#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."              
#6147: MICKEY MOUSE CLUB
1975-02-25, WNEW, 30 min.
Judy Canova, Ann Canova

Original ABC series ran from October 3, 1955 to September 24, 1959. Reruns syndicated in 1962 & again in 1975 before the series was briefly revived and video taped as "The New Mickey Mouse Club" in the Fall of 1976.

Comedienne Judy Canova sings with her daughter, Ann "Tweenie," on "Guest Star Day."
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