Children's Television, the First Thirty-five Years, 1946-1981: Live, film, and tape series
Grouped together for the first time in this encyclopedic work are more than 600 live-action series from the first 35 years of American television. Alphabetically listed, the series profiles include premiere and last program, running years, days and times; basic production credits; companies; distributors' sponsors; music themes; cast credits; and substansive descriptions.
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LIVE FILM AND TAPE SERIES
Television Academy Awards Childrens
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ABC/Jan ABC/Oct actor Adventures Angeles animated cartoons animated-cartoon audience award B&W films became Bill broadcast Captain Captain Kangaroo Captain Video CBS/Sep characters Chicago children's programming children's series Circus comedy comic Company debut Dick Director educational episodes Executive Producer featured Fran and Ollie George guest Hollywood Hopalong Cassidy horse Host Howdy Doody Jack January Jerry John Johnny juvenile kinescope King Krofft KTLA live Lone Ranger Magic Mickey Mouse Club movie Network History Premiere October Paul Peabody Award played PM Last Program PM PST Principal Puppets radio Ranch Richard Robert Rogers role Saturday Saturday-morning schedule season seen September serial Sesame Street songs Soupy Sales Spin and Marty Sponsor star stations stories studio Syndicated History Distributor Syndicated History Premiere teenagers telecast theme TV series Video videotapes viewers voice Walt Disney weekday western William York young youngsters