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JUST KID STUFF

BY POPULAR DEMAND, WE PROUDLY PRESENT THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMS FEATURING FAMOUS KID SHOWS FROM THE 1940s AND 1950s!

256 JUST KID STUFF, I

1. HOWDY DOODY (1948). Howdy decides to run for president in this rare classic kinescope.
2. DING DONG SCHOOL (1955). A live kinescope starring Miss Frances (with all the mistakes - watch as she almost falls down and breaks her leg). In this show, we'll learn how to make a peanut butter, banana, and lettuce (yucchh!) sandwich. We'll also hear about balloons and hats. If you're 3 years old, you'll learn something. If you're older, you'll think this is the most unintentionally funny excuse for an educational show you've ever seen!
3. TIME FOR BEANY (1953). Here's a real treat: An early kinescope from local Los Angeles TV starring the voices of Daws Butler and Stan Freberg. This live puppet show stars Beany, Cecil, and Captain Huffenpuff. The gang searches for a giant white gorilla. This show was the forerunner to the Beany and Cecil cartoons of the 1960s.

--- 90 MINUTES --- BLACK AND WHITE ---
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260 JUST KID STUFF, II

1. ROOTIE KAZOOTIE (1953). Live from New York, and complete with original candy bar commercials, this kid show features a puppet named Rootie Kazootie who's dressed as a baseball player, along with his crazy gang of friends, and a live studio audience full of kids who try to steal away a powerful magnet from a puppet named Poison Zoomack. How complicated!
2. HOWDY DOODY (7/2/48). Phineas T. Bluster demands that Doodyville pay him 500 marbles a day for one month, or he will take over the town! It's Buffalo Bob and Howdy to the rescue!
--- 60 MINUTES --- BLACK AND WHITE ---
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263 JUST KID STUFF, III

1. CAPTAIN VIDEO (1949). Direct from the Dumont network, here's the classic series that started the sci-fi craze on TV. The captain and his video rangers are all here, along with Dumont public service spots, network I.D. and cutaways to bad movies while the cast changes costumes. This is camp at its very best and live TV at its worst. If you want to see actors blow their lines and horrid camera shots, you've come to the right place!
2. THE MAGIC CLOWN (1951). This show features a clown that does magic tricks to an audience full of unruly kids. Complete with candy commercials, the whole show is really a plug for the sponsor!
3. CAPTAIN VIDEO (1950). Another unintentionally hilarious episode, complete with Dumont spots, bad acting, bad movie cutaways, and network I.D. No wonder Dumont folded!
--- 90 MINUTES --- BLACK AND WHITE ---
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274 JUST KID STUFF, IV


1. SENSE AND NONSENSE (2/19/54). Another rare treat a classic children's game show from the Dumont Network, complete with commercials. The show involves using the five senses to identfy common and sometimes slimey household items.
2. DING DONG SCHOOL (7/31/53). Spend another half hour with Miss Frances in your favorite 50s TV schoolroom. Complete with original commercials.
3. SUPER CIRCUS (1954). Another terrrific half hour of trapeze artists, elephants, and clowns, along with sexy Mary Hartline and ringmaster Claude Kirschner. Has original Kellogg's cereal commercials, too!
--- 90 MINUTES --- BLACK AND WHITE ---
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282 JUST KID STUFF, V

1. THE PAUL WINCHELL/JERRY MAHONEY SHOW (1955), a Saturday morning show. Join Paul, Jerry, and Knucklehead in 30 minutes of fun with a live studio audience of kids eager to win candy and prizes! Sponsored by Tootsie Roll.
2. THE PINKY LEE SHOW (1954). Pinky and his circus are back in town with lots of games and giveaways for all the young members of the audience. Sponsored by Tootsie Roll.
3. THE MAGIC CLOWN (1951). Another live episode of this forgotten show. Kids learn magic tricks while being brainwashed to buy Bonomo candy in this hilarious program!
4. SUPER CIRCUS (1956), from the TV Club archives. A great episode of the famous series, complete with acrobats, trapeze artists, animals, and of course, hosts Claude Kirchner and Mary Hartline! Sponsored by Snickers and Three Musketeers candy.
--- 120 MINUTES --- BLACK AND WHITE ---
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290 JUST KID STUFF, VI

Four new kinescopes for kids of all ages!
1. HOWDY DOODY (1950). Buffalo Bob and all the gang in Doodyville are back for another half hour of fun. Clarabelle the clown is upset that an old acquaintance of his is coming to town. Complete with Ovaltine commercials.
2. JUVENILE JURY (1953). Jack Barry hosts this classic program that features kids 10 and younger giving advice to other kids with problems. Ironically, a little girl on the panel claims she was told the questions the night before, and Barry spends most of the program assuring the audience that was not the case. In 1958, Barry would have to explain the same circumstances again...but this time to a congressional committee!
3. WATCH MR. WIZARD (8/26/54). Don Herbert is the master of science in this program, as he performs clever experiments that kids can do at home. This kinescope was broadcast live from Chicago.
4. SUPER CIRCUS (5/2/54), with Claude Kirschner and Mary Hartline, also live from Chicago. Acrobats, clowns, and animals all perform for your entertainment. Complete with Mars candy bar commercials. Our thanks to Timothy D. Kehr for loaning us this print from his personal library.
--- 120 MINUTES --- BLACK AND WHITE ---
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