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How about "I Remember Mama" - Ingomar, Nels, etc. Johansen?

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And..anyone remember a young Mickey Dolenz in Circus Boy?

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Before he was Engineer Bill, Bill Stulla had a local daytime show in Los Angeles, "Parlor Party." One featured segment each day was birthday kids, on a storybook set with a castle front through which each kid would emerge to be interviewed by Bill. I was on this show on my 5th birthday!

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I was in the Peanut Gallery of the Howdy Doody show once!
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Anyone remember Captain Video and his Video Rangers?  The was a very early TV program filmed in Pittsburgh duing the late 40's and ealry 50's as I recall.

 

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In my area, there were a number of local shows for children. Among them were "Big Brother" with Bob Emery, "Boomtown" with Rex Trailer, "Major Mudd," "Captain Bob," "Salty Brine's Shack (out of Rhode Island). There was also the local "Bozo the Clown" played by Frank Avruch.

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Saturday morning after programming began with the National Anthem and flag waving.

5am Modern Farmer

6am Crusader Rabbit

Sunday morning

6am Davey and Goliath (claymation)

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Hopalong Cassidy, Saturday night wrestling,

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All 3 of these were favorites of mine.  Of course I remember them

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Engineer Bill!  I was on that show. 

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