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Old May 12th, 2006, 11:43 AM
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I am getting ready for my afternoon of childrens programs...I remember well, when I was a kid, what made me happy......

In the morning, my favorite show was The Little Rascals, and when I got home from school, it was the Mickey Mouse Club! My favorite was Annette, of course

We had local kids shows, I was on a couple...Bozo, and Big Brother, who by the away it has been noted, hated kids.....!!

In between, we played tag, red rover, cigarettes,& baseball. We also put on shows~! sold lemonade and comic books.

We read all the time, remember B is for Betsy? I was an avid Nancy Drew fan, and Trixie Belden too. We had a bookmobile come around the neighborhood, as well as a fruitman, milkman, bakeryman, and small amusemant rides ...

Oh those were the days, my friend!
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I remember the first two you mentioned. In Houston, there were also local programming for children. The ABC affiliate had "Cadet Don" in the morning to celebrate the astronaunts and space program here. In the afternoon, it was "Kitterick" who was a woman dressed in black leotards, with kitten ears, a tail and whiskers painted on. The ABC affiliate is channel 13 here, which is supposingly, "bad luck" and so the mascot of the station was a black cat and the call letters are KTRK, or Kitterick.

Also mostly unknown to others, the Public Broadcast System, or PBS, was originated in Houston by the University of Houston and to this day, it is still up and operating and is the original station for PBS.
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I love these kinds of threads!

My wife recently gave me a 2 volume CD of the themes from the various TV shows we grew up with, including some forgotten ones like Fireball XL-5. Regrettably absent though is the theme from Adventures in Paradise.

We watched anything Lassie or Walt Disney. I even had a Davey Crocket slicker and coonskin cap when I was in Kindergarten.

I read anything Hardy Boys, sea stories, Boy Scouts, or having to do with hiking, camping, or fishing. And I frequently escaped the terror of being the middle child of 7 and having no brothers, by running away to the river to hike, fish, and swim.

And this one always gets to younger people. Know how the grumpy old guys talk about walking uphill bothways to and from school? I actually did that--ON CRUTCHES! No joke! Forrest Gump looks graceful compared to my gait. If I had a nickel for every pair of shoes I wore out, just walking arund the city, I could book the luxury suite on every cruise ship afloat.

On local TV, there was a cowboy show, maybe Cowboy Bob or something like that--I can't remember the actual title. But he had a regular guest, the Friendly Policeman. The Friendly Policeman died 13 years ago, but not before I married his daughter.
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I remember watching, The Disney Club, too, Howdy Hoody, and I Remember Mama.

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Yes, I remember most of what y'all have mentioned above. Isn't it strange Trip,,,my favorite was always Annette too! I always watched Lassie, and couldn't wait until that nutty Timmy fell down the well again, or got trapped in the canyon by that mountain lion! Needless to say "Sky King" was also one of my "must see" programs.
We now have XM radio in the lovely Mrs. Joneses (Vita) car, and love to listen to the "classic radio" channel. They have lots of programs that you will have forgotten about, until you hear them again. The Shadow, Jack Benny, Amos and Andy, lots of mystery theatre radio. It really makes a long trip go by quickly! I didn't think I'd like XM, but tried it anyway, and now really enjoy it. (good big band music too)
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Some people will read this stuff and think we're freaking dinosaurs! Anyway, onward: remember F.B.I. in peace and war, The Shadow, and The Green Hornet (all radio). Then t.v. the first show I saw was a cooking show while visiting in Conn. I remember Kukla, Fran and Ollie and of course the Mickey Mouse Club. It was a kinder, gentler time, that's for sure.

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To us as kids, we remember it as a kinder gentler time, but, I wonder if it was for our parents, I wonder?
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I have early memories of some distinctly Canadian TV shows, like Johnny Jellybean's Lunchtime Theatre, Mr. Dressup, and The Littlest Hobo.
I did see some Lassie episodes, and some Mickey Mouse Club too, I still remember the theme song: "Who's the leader of the club that's made for you and me? M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E!!!"

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Seahawks..my second favorite cartoon was Fireball XL 5 (my # 1 was The Bugs Bunny Road Runner Show)...however Fireball had my favorite song that I can still remember the words today

I wish I were a spaceman
the fastest guy alive
I go up into outer space
in Fireball xl-5

and then at the end they would say

"are you ready steve"
"ready venus"

ah yes, the kids today are deprived of great cartoons and great cartoon theme songs
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Captain Kangaroo! (aka KaKaRoo )

Anyone else old enough to remember it??

Also, "Miss Betty's Playhouse". This may have been one of the first franchised shows. It was a local CBS (I think) show with cartoons and information for the kiddies, with a local host.
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When we lived in Houston, our kids watched the same shows that mehawk mentioned.
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I loved Mickey Mouse Club and Annette was my favorite, too!

I read all the Nancy Drew books used to have at least 30, I think. I also liked the Cherry Ames Nurse book, too!

I had a wide variety of shows that I liked but Kukla Fran and Ollie with Burr Tillstrom was a major favorite as was Ding Dong School with Miss Francis.

I was a major cowboy fan, probably because I played with the boys in the neighborhood alot. I loved Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, Hopalong Cassidy, Cisco Kid, and Zorro. Later it was Gunsmoke, Maverick, Wyatt Earp, Rifle Man, Rawhide, Bonanza I watched them all.

When I was older I was a major High Chapparal fan.

When my sister and I want to tease our other sister, we remind her what her nickname was for Red Rover! Let Bulldozer come over! Now I would not do that, she is going to Curves and weighs less than me after losing 55 lbs!

We could play outside for hours without our moms checking on us and all kids played together, all ages. Those were great days!
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I remember radio shows like Tarzan, The Lone Ranger, The Grand Ole Opry, The Shadow, Green Hornet and even the Gunsmoke radio show. It starred William Conrad as Matt Dillon. There was one called " I Walk Alone" starring Dana Andrews as Johnny Dollar, insurance investigator. When it went off it had these lonely , hollow footsteps fading away into the night. Oh yes, there was Sgt. Preston of The Yukon and his wonder dog King. They always got their man.

Early T.V. was Sky King, Fury, Rin Tin Tin, Mousketeers ( why was everyone in love with Anette ) Howdy Doody, Lassie, Davy Crockett to name a few.

With radio, you could use your imagination to it's fullest when you listened to those old shows.
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So many memories of childhood coming back... <sigh>
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The TV show that my father in law was on was called "The Western Wrangler" I didn't watch it that often since MMC was on a competing channel at the same time.

We had to put little pieces of foil on the rabbit ears to make the picture clearer at times. And of course, since we lived under the approach to the airport--maybe 7 miles away--the picture would roll when an airplane was landing or taking off, due to spark emissions from the piston engines.

About 30 years ago, there was a revival of some old radio shows on a local AM station. We discovered the radio shows when the TV was in the repair shop for two weeks. Every night at 8, Radio Mystery Theater came on. To this day, that dark interlude music, with that two note fanfare reminds me of broken TVs!

And here's a TV Trivia question. What do an obscure composer named Emil von Reznicek and a maple leaf have in common?
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Who sung the song with "Those Were The Days, My Friend " in the tune?
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Hi SeaHunks;
I think Emil von Reznicek composed the theme music from Sgt. Preston of the Yukon! Great theme!!! 8)
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I think Emil von Reznicek composed the theme music from Sgt. Preston of the Yukon! Great theme!!! 8)
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DING DING DING!

A portion of Reznicek's "Donna Diana" overture is used as the theme for

"SGT PRESTON OF THE YUKON!" [On, King! On, you big huskie!]

And "Those Were the Days" was sung by ######[deleted because the question was addresed to someone else--sorry.] She was to the late 60's what Jewel is to today--nice voice, pretty, but somewhat limited fan base. I saw her perform the song in concert. But I hate the numbers when I count how long ago that was.
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I used to have to wake up early Saturday morning to watch an incredibly crappy dubbed Japanese show called Ultraman.....in black and white.

A light on his chest would blink when the rubber monsters were beating him up.

The very worst tv was always the BEST. However, I did wish that, just once, the coyote would CATCH that annoying road runner.

After Ultraman came the even worse Underdog..... with "Sweet Polly Purebred".
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Music & Lyrics: Gene Raskin; performed by Mary Hopkins)

Once upon a time there was a tavern
Where we used to raise a glass or two
Remember how we laughed away the hours
And dreamed of all the great things we would do

Those were the days my friend
We thought they'd never end
We'd sing and dance forever and a day
We'd live the life we choose
We'd fight and never lose
For we were young and sure to have our way.
La la la la...
Those were the days, oh yes those were the days

Then the busy years went rushing by us
We lost our starry notions on the way
If by chance I'd see you in the tavern
We'd smile at one another and we'd say

Those were the days my friend
We thought they'd never end
We'd sing and dance forever and a day
We'd live the life we choose
We'd fight and never lose
For we were young and sure to have our way.
La la la la...
Those were the days, oh yes those were the days

Just tonight I stood before the tavern
Nothing seemed the way it used to be
In the glass I saw a strange reflection
Was that lonely woman really me

Those were the days my friend
We thought they'd never end
We'd sing and dance forever and a day
We'd live the life we choose
We'd fight and never lose
For we were young and sure to have our way.
La la la la...
Those were the days, oh yes those were the days

Through the door there came familiar laughter
I saw your face and heard you call my name
Oh my friend we're older but no wiser
For in our hearts the dreams are still the same

Those were the days my friend
We thought they'd never end
We'd sing and dance forever and a day
We'd live the life we choose
We'd fight and never lose
For we were young and sure to have our way.
La la la la...
Those were the days, oh yes, those were the days
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Don't forget Archie and Edith's rendition of a similarly titled tune........
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Trip,
What kid growing up in eastern Massachusetts in that era did not go on Big Brother Bob Emery? I went with my girl scout troop. When I was in fifth grade the class went on a field trip to Boston to do all the"Freedom Trail" sites. Was the book "Make Way For Ducklings" a classroom assignment for you? A family tradition for us was a visit to the Stoneham Zoo on Easter Sunday. Back then it did not have a lot of animals. It was barely more than a path lined with a few cages. It has grown a lot since then. I spent hot summer days at the MDC pool in Stoneham. Transported there by the free bus service. I remember paying a penny to go in. My mother would pack me a lunch and tie some pennies and enough money for a drink into my handkerchief. Yes we had cloth hankies back then. I was an avid reader back then. My aunt could be counted on for a new Nancy Drew book for my birthday or christmas. I had many books. I remember all those tv shows and my favorite to this day is "I Love Lucy"There is no on on tv to even come close to Lucille Ball for entertainment. I remember saving my allowance to be the first kid in the neighborhood to have a hula hoop. I remember .50 was enough money to go to a movie on Saturday afternoon and that included the popcorn and coke. We got cartoons, 2 movies and a newsreel back then. Truly "Those Were The Days"

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I remember being one of the last to have a hula hoop because my mom and dad hated to give in to "fads"!

Funny thing is, I now have one in my living room! A 3 lb. exercise hoop I first saw at Curves and had to have it! Now my giant plant (tree) in the livingroom hates it because I keep whacking leaves off!!! :-)

The hoop is cool though aside from black and blue marks. I use it every day! At first we had a 6 lb. one and Allan finally gave that one to another franchise and got us a smaller one. I had bruises the size of a tennis ball on my ribs from the big one.

But I am determined to get my waist down and this may be the way to do it. I used to have an hour glass shape and I want it back!!!
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To Cruznut2: did you grow up in Stoneham? My dh is from Stoneham.

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I just bid and won a PBS auction item of a Sesame Street signed picture. Signed by the muppets like Cookie Monster. I think I was buying it more for me than my son.

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Most kids nowadays, dont have a clue, about how much fun their fuddy duddy parents had.

While kids today, have schedules so structured, so many classes to take, come home and do homework on a puter, or calulator..All done? NOW it's time for Myspace.com or computer games...sigh

WE: went to school, had science,and had to draw the experiemnts, had art, with yellow, or the good white paper! Geography, my fave, meant that if you needed material to do a project, your mom,wrote to the chamber of commerce of the state or country,and you waited a month till you got it!

We walked to the "Square" got an ice cream or a Simco's hot dog....Today, who would let their kid walk as we did? or would they even WANT to walk!

You knew your neighbors, and if you did something wrong, you know that "telephone" tag game, played on a black rotary phone by the way, would get the message to mom in a heartbeat!

One car was the norm, and Dad took it to work....Woolworth Grants, Kresge's was the place to spend your dollar allowance.maybe a Tangee lipstick

Those were the days my friend.........
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