Dec 29 2003
trying to verify my decades old memory of Pick
Temple, I stumbled upon
your wonderful site and explored it for a couple of hours! It
brought back wonderful childhood memories! There was
plenty about Pick
Temple, but there also were many other programs I
not thought about in years. Your site triggered memories of Miss
Connie from Romper Room both from when she was on TV and again when I
in High School and I boxed a lacy blouse she bought at Phillipsborn,
I worked during the Christmas shopping season. I am sure I have not
Hal in decades, but a flood of memories came back when I
that site. I also have fond memories of Willard
Scott as both Bozo
and Ronald McDonald. I thought my memory was incorrect and that
must have only played one of those clowns, but was delighted to learn
my memory of him in both roles was accurate.
particularly enjoyed reading about Claire
& Co Co and Grandpa's
both of which I was on as a child. I also enjoyed Pick
I was never on that show, but my brother was. I remember playing
Winnie the Pooh in a pantomime that appeared on Claire
& Co Co
around 1965. I was taking some community acting class for some
while I was in about 5th grade, and a few of us in the class were
to perform for a holiday show. I can not remember if it was
or Christmas, but I believe it was the latter since the pantomime was
“Pooh discovers the North Pole.” It was great fun, but I was very
disappointed when I met the dog. The dog was unfriendly,
and had painted toenails. I can not remember if the color was red or
although it did not really matter since our TVs were in black and
managed to appear on Grandpa's
Place one day quite by accident. I was
4, making it around 1958. My brother had been selected to appear
Temple, so my mother packed up my brother and I and a neighbor
watch me while my mom and brother were sitting in audience of Pick
While they were waiting to go on, I sat in the waiting room (something
like a Green Room) with our neighbor. All of a sudden someone
dashing into the room and said “Little Girl, would you like to be on
I was shy and said “no” but when the person explained that the child to
be featured on the show that day had gotten sick, our neighbor said “of
course she would.” So I was taken to the set of Grandpa's
I sat in a big rocking chair and Grandpa talked to me about all kinds
things, between introducing cartoons. Grandpa asked me repeatedly to
my head so everyone could hear my bells that were attached to the bands
holding up my pony tails. One time while I was shaking my bells,
I turned my head and noticed a picture behind and above the chair where
I was seated. The picture was of a view through a window. I
remember saying “Hey! Now I know why you always have such good
when we don’t at home. Your window is only a picture!” At
point, Grandpa shoved a Hostess Cupcake into my mouth and introduced a
commercial for Hostess cupcakes. He then told me “We don’t say
like that!” I also remember they were demonstrating different
of dogs. That day they were up to the Ws so they showcased a
The dog was very well behaved and held by a trainer, but I was still so
frightened by that dog that I hid behind the chair and cried. I
told that the cameramen could not resist filming me and my tears.
reading your site, I never knew that Grandpa and Cap'n
Tugg were played
by the same person. I was also a big fan of Cap'n
have emailed my parents and brother with a reference to your
I know they will enjoy it, too. Thanks for making my day!
15 Dec 2003
just bookmarked your website, and I think it's awesome!
was just feeling a little nostalgic this afternoon doing search engines
& Friends and came across your site. That old show (one of
Henson's very first) I understand is probably long gone now. Do you own
of it per chance?
remember seeing the actual puppets on display the Science Center in
several years back and what a thrill it would be to go through a time
to see them again. Heck, I wish Muppet Show Season Ones would air with
their original opening. Maybe they'll all be out on DVD soon.
great job, email me anytime!
3 Dec 2003
you know anything about a crafts program for children that aired on
probably in the '50s or '60s? It would have been hosted by Margaret (I
think that was her first name) Doran, who once worked as a hand and
information you have would be greatly appreciated.
the 15 minute (or less) afternoon
weather show "TOP OF DE VEDDER", sponsored by Tops Drive-Inn and hosted
by "Professor Felix Von Topshnak"? This white-haired
guy in rimless trifocals dressed in a morning coat and
top hat had a crude, hand-drawn map of the USA on which he'd chart the weather. All performed by the
in this wild burlesque of German-accented English.
funny at the
time.... I think it was on
in the late '50s.
Jacobs adds: "...He hosted the 3
show and broke in every so often for a commercial. He'd show a hand drawn outline of the U.S. (one simple
line - very crude) and say "Und now here's a look at duh veddah! Up in Alaska, it's cold! Down in Florida, It's hot. Und dare, vee
a look at duh veddah!" A few
days later, he said (I'm sure intentionally) "Up in Alaska it's hot!
Down in Florida it's cold!" I think I was in 5th
grade... school year 1960-1961. He
advertised for Tops Drive-Inn and there was one
Wisconsin Ave in Bethesda - near Old
Rd and East-West Highway."
15 Nov 2003
night I ran into some guys from D.C. and we started talking about old
TV shows. We all live in NYC now and we spent hours talking about Captain
20, Creature Feature and others. One guy actually admitted that he was
on WOW! I have a vague recollection of being on Romper
Room, but that
just have been a childhood fantasy. Anyway, thanks again for the
The New York Post - http://www.nypost.com
PR Fuel - http://www.prfuel.com
my surprise when talking to my coworkers about my childhood... telling
them that I used to be the talent for two local DC TV shows, The Beth
Bower Half Hour and Stuff, and then doing a cursory search of the
and finding your site????
28 Oct 2003
came across your website. OUTSTANDING!
you know where I can get any videos or memorabilia on any of the old DC
28 Oct 2003
believe there's no mention on your excellent site about why I watched Ranger
Hal: the serial cartoon he ran called "The Space Explorers."
about it here http://www.cartoonresearch.com/faqx.html
giving it a lot of thought and I think it HAD to have aired in the
(otherwise I'da been in school) and it was either '62 or '63.
internet needs a Weile's page!
notes: A new website named www.TheSpaceExplorers.com
has emerged as of March 2004.
don't remember if this was the same program or several programs.
was a host who showed cartoons or as he called them "film funnies" and
he had a small projector that he would pretend to be cranking by hand
show the cartoons. Do you know what program this might have been?
program had a host and two puppets, Reggie and Ginzie whose voices were
done by slowing down and speeding up recordings. I'm from Baltimore so
these could have been local Baltimore programs too, but I remember we
the DC stations also. Channels 5, 7, and 9. Thank you.
As a film and video reviewer and entertainment reporter for Westwood
radio, I'd been in touch with the Henson organization and was told
I'd asked) that there were no commercially available videos of Jim
early work like Sam
& Friends. Have you ever heard anything
I remember the show well enough to be pretty sure that it was
preserved on video tape (and probably in color) somewhere, since they
a lot of the same bits. ...
of my memories of Channel 14: they signed off (about 11 p.m., I think)
with a still photo of Mahalia Jackson accompanied by a recording of her
singing "The Lord's Prayer." And, come to think of it, they
used a similar slide-with-audio presentation for Elijah Muhammad's
Temple of Islam speeches. And at least initially, when they signed on
5 p.m.) they showed cartoons (presumably inexpensively obtained or
domain) from the silent era. Nowadays I'd love to get my hands on
as many of those historic gems as possible, but at the time I thought
were proof of how cheap and crummy WOOK-TV was.
does anyone know whether one of Teenarama Dance Party's sponsors, Miles
Long Sandwich Shops, still exists?
wishes, and thanks for the site.
grew up in the DC area and am spending the weekend with my old friends
in Ocean City (first visit since I graduated Northwood H.S. in
We grew up together since we were 5, and my brother sent the website
we would especially enjoy it this weekend.
probably have received communications from my two younger brothers by
and I also passed on the website to other old friends. My youngest
was especially interested in WOOK-TV kids programs, and I vividly
the moment when they came on the air and their signage was upside
They had a Milt Grant type show which I recall and better music (in my
opinion) than Milt Grant.
- do you have any info on Sam
& Friends (the first Jim Henson TV
and ASK IT BASKET (I appeared on the show)?
and remember, "WHAT"S HAPPENING AT WOOK? EVERYTHING IN THE BOOK".
11 Oct 2003
the DC area kidshow site!! Brought a tear. Great work.
am a Silver Spring boy, born in '56.
chance you could post anything on programming from Channel 14 (WOOK TV)
in the '60s? I recall "Aunt Mary's Birthday Party" may have been a
- sound familiar? Needless to say, if I find anything I will share. ...
3 Oct 2003
wanted to drop you a line to mention the 1957 animated series called The Space Explorers. I believe that it also aired in Los Angeles on
'Pancake Man' show starring Hal Smith and sponsored by the
House of Pancakes. I do not have a copy of The Space Explorers,
I would love to see it again. ...
5 Sep 2003
Forgotten Kid Show website is incredible and a fabulous mind-bender for
restoring forgotten tid-bits of my happy childhood. It reminded
of the program Clown Corner, which ran on WMAL-TV
7 back in the 1950s. There were two clowns featured on the show -
the regular anchor/host whose clown-name was Oji (pronounced Oh-gee),
[Kap notes: George Crawford was Oji] and
(fill-in partner) clown "cousin" Ouiji (pronounced Wee-gee).
late DC radio legend Jackson
Weaver, also an MAL-TV
booth announcer at the time, played Ouiji. Weaver also played Santa on
the station's daily Santa Claus kid's show every Christmas season in
'50s -- I sat on Jackson's lap on the show when I was 4 or 5 years old.
(It was the second TV show I appeared on--Pick Temple was the first,
Ranger Hal was the third.)
think they showed Crusader Rabbit cartoons on Clown Corner -- a
precursor to the Rocky and Bullwinkle series. And every day,
7 and the Clowns advertised a mail order toy called the "Wonder
Through the magic of television, the clowns and an authoritative
succeeded in creating the illusion that this 2-inch rubber mouse could
glide across someone's arm and transport itself all around the
Little did we 6-year-olds know (until we bought the darn kit) that the
mouse had a concealed copper wire attached to its belly pulling the
on its way. (Welcome, kiddies, to the world of American
Who could resist being hoodwinked into believing in such an amazing
especially after one got suckered into buying it.)
found a small brown envelope in his mother's house from the 1950s with
a printed return address reading:
is a small plastic greenish mouse with brown tail. We couldn't figure
what it is, why our Grandma had it and the story behind it.
you know anyone who'd like to purchase this item, we're interested.
31 Aug 2003
was in those S.T.A.G.E. shows Pete Jamerson spearheaded in the late
The acronym stood for "Summer Theatre And Good Entertainment."
and his wife, Cornelia, were great to all us kids. I dated his
then known as Sandy Jamerson. Sandy's legal name is Alexander
better known now as Alex Chadwick of NPR and National Geographic.
It's interesting to read about some of Pete's earlier and later
I, too, am sorry to hear he passed away.
26 Aug 2003
Jim Henson, Jane and Russ were hired to cover records on Saturday, the
name. It ran from March through August, not three weeks. Jim Kovachs'
was a spinoff to "Roy Meachum in the Morning." Billy
promo song on his trusty guitar. That show ran from June 1953 to March
1954 when it was replaced by Walter Cronkite's first New York show; he
left Washington for the job. We remained friends.
3 Aug 2003
is really strange, i was getting a drink out of the fridge and i
whistling the theme from the Ranger
Hal show. i wondered what
happenend to him, then i went to the internet and found your
i am turning 53 this month, i dont know anybody who would remember Ranger
Hal. this was really nice reading his story. he was a part
of my childhood.
2 Aug 2003
saw your website with the great photos from Ranger
Hal! Do you
copies of this episode? I'd love to see the show. I have three 16mm
of Captain Kangaroo and would like to purchase a copy of this one for
collection. Television was great when people like Bob Keeshan ruled the
came upon you website by complete accident- I am searching for an
Astro Float and up came your site because Jeffrey Hass mentions it in
dialogue! What do I find, everyone is from the D.C. area and
the same age reminising old tv shows that I LOVED!
too, grew up just outside of D.C. -Hyattsville-there now sits a gas
where our house used to stand-Decatur Street and Kenilworth
My brother is a bit older, he attended Bladensburg and hung out at the
I hadn't thought of Pick
Temple in ages and it brings back great
Beanie and Cecil-YES! Ranger
Hal-YES! On and on and on.
for bringing them back to me! By the way if anyone knows where I
can find an Astro Float or two, please email me at "crckco at aol.com"
18 Jun 2003
don't know how long I have tried to find the history on the Billy
show. I've asked people of my age and no one remembers it.
But I do. Thought I was going crazy. I watched Billy
every day and as a kid (I was about 11), I had a very big crush on
The three things I remembered most about him was the theme song, 'Up a
Lazy River', the guitar, and the plaid shirt. Thanks for the
15 Jun 2003
(?) Children's TV Show On November 6, 1931, the experimental
TV station operated by Charles Francis Jenkins (W3XK) showed a puppet
hosted by Bernard Paul. (Source: Saturday Morning TV by Gary H.
Jenkins had a studio at 1519 Conn. Avenue NW (DuPont Circle) in
DC. That station later moved to Wheaton, MD.
14 Jun 2003
on the Claire
& Co Co show included Hector Heathcoat, a Revolutionary
War character. He had a pet dog, I think, along on many of his
(Maybe it was a pet turkey?)
31 May 2003
I visited DC relatives on summer holiday around the Beltway back in
I had the awesome experience of watching Pick
Temple's Giant Ranch. It
was interesting for me to compare a children's program in an area like
DC to one in my home of New York. Thanks for your website.
26 May 2003
a year when I was very small my mother would haul me into Hecht's at
Georges Plaza to buy an Easter hat. The salesclerk there told my mother
that she was Cousin
Cupcake's mother. I have no idea if the woman was
Porter's mother, but at the time, I was very impressed! ...
website brought back a lot of memories--I can see the hat
near the escalator in my mind right now...
the link on to a couple of friends who grew up in the DC area and are
here and they got a kick out of your site as well.
25 May 2003
up your site via Count Gore DeVol. What memories they bring back. I was
Lou's Melody Ranch and Pirate Bill. I really remember Pirate
because during each show he would show how to draw something. The one I
did was a horse and he held it up because while everyone else did their
horse faceing right I did mine faceing left. I do not remember the year
this was, but I am 60 now. I have bookmarked this site so I can come
and enjoy the memories.
25 May 2003
is in response to your Forgotten DC TV Kids Shows query on your
was a kid in Bethesda, MD, in the fifties and was in the audience of a
WMAL-TV kids show called, as I recall it, "Bill Wells Tells"
the net on this name and you'll find at least one other boomer who
this name)... I don't recall the title "Pirate Bill," but Bill was
a buccaneer or seafaring dude of some sort... The show ran cartoons or
short adventure flicks between studio segments. Bill interacted with
kids in the audience, including me. He was given kids' names before the
segments, and when he talked with them on the air, he introduced them
name. I remember him mispronouncing my name, and I loudly corrected him
thing about the show was very disillusioning to a little kid... "Bill
Tells" opened with a shot of a grand pirate ship rolling in
seas... We kids in the studio were shocked to see that vessel close up:
of course, it was a very small model sailing ship, rocking in a little
love to hear more about the show and the inimitable Bill Wells...
23 May 2003
the site! What a walk down memory lane. I was sad to see the post
Connie. I wasn’t able to find out if it was true however
I did check the Social Security Death Index and Constance Bohlin born
Jan 1932, died Dec 1972. Such a loss to the DC Community.
6 May 2003
would love to get streaming audio of the Ranger
Hal theme. It
running in my head. Is it out there somewhere?
05 May 2003
the early 1980's, I had the pleasure of working with Bill
was a news anchor at Mutual Radio Networks. At the time. I was
Supervisor and we had quite an assortment of, shall we say,
spite of the environment, Bill was the consumate professional.
it was "radio," Bill was always sharp in his appearance. He was
and stayed in the background of the Newsroom din; but, he could
counted on to occasional display his dry, sharp wit.
30 Apr 2003
remember when I was
about six years old we went to see Hoppity
Skippity at the Kay Cee
in Kent Village shopping Center in Landover, Maryland (c.1953). I
was thrilled when he pulled one of my braids. I also remember
he had a magician on his show who asked him to remove his gloves for a
magic trick and he said "I can't do that!" I was happy that he
because he didn't want to dissappoint the kids who believed that he was
a "real live rabbit!"
29 Apr 2003
thoroughly enjoy the website. I have a like-new set of Wilkins
Wontkins that I ordered when I was 12. I wouldn't part with them
- but I am curious about their value. Any idea?
25 Apr 2003
article on Ranger
Hal was very truthful and almost complete. I worked
Hal for many years doing outside appeareances on weekends and holidays.
I was working in the area doing shows as a ventriloquist.
asked if I could make his puppets talk since he couldn't always use the
tape to produce the voices. This started a long and friendly
It also started me on a new venue as a new character "MIKE THE CLOWN".
It was a great time and we battled continually about who did they
come to see the personality or the talent. I ended up doing the Ronald
McDonald bit after Willard moved on.
Apr 5, 2003
grew up in the DC (born 1957) Area (Connecticut Park Elementary, E
Lee Jr. High, Springbrook High) and was a devoted follower of Cap'n
Captain Lee, and Uncle
Artie on Channel 20.
to my delight, Mark Cohen writes of an episode of Uncle
Artie where two
kids told what was, in those days, a dirty joke!
too saw that episode. It was actually two kids who seemed a little
than the others. The Batman jokes were in vogue. These two boys had
wise-ass attitudes. When asked their names, they were saying things
“John Johnson,” William Williamson,” “Robert Robertson,” stuff like
My mom was watching and said those kids are going to get in trouble…
could see Uncle
Artie was getting ticked. Finally, they tell the joke.
Artie shakes his head.. I remember his quote.. “We don’t tell jokes
that on Uncle
to commercial… when they come back, both kids were GONE! But it was ME
who got cuffed in the back of the head! My Mom actually nailed ME in
head with a “That’s what you’ll get if YOU EVER ACT LIKE THAT ON A
Hal, as I recall, used to run film shorts that I can remember. One was
about the Railroad, one about the Civil War. Anybody out there remember
Shugrue sent in a reminiscence about Dick Mansfield, an older guy with
white hair and a police uniform, I think I saw him at Connecticut Park
Elementary School in 1962- 63, first grade? I seem to recall him
about kids actually “becoming an astronaut”… his way of saying you did
something unsafe, got killed and went to heaven… HAHAHA!!!
remember having to sing this stupid song about “keeping your eye on the
ball.. you can get another ball, but you never can get a new leg.” ...
has been a genuine pleasure visiting the site.
there any information about Dick Mansfield and his Safety
Mansfield of the DC Metropolitan Police had a TV show in the early 50's
but eventually spent his time visiting schools all over the DC area
traffic safety. He encouraged the kids to obey the school
Patrols and crossing guards, and to avoid jaywalking, among other
was an artist who drew great caricatures with oil pastels during his
and was one heckuva pianist.
theme song, "We're Safety Cavaliers" was sung to the tune of "The
in the Dell."
see if I can remember part of it:
ride our bikes.
there anyone out there with a clue of who I'm talking about?
26 Mar 2003
I lived as a child in Indian Head Maryland..... I remember
down to Marshall Hall Amusement Park...... sitting down by the Potomac
River...... oh how all the pictures bring back fond memories.
I collect Romper
Room toys and memorabilia. The audio clip you have of
the old RR opening; I just got the video of it from 1960 and the
is Miss Nancy Rogers Claster when the show was airing on WJZ tv
I have other episodes that I've been able to locate from Cleveland
Iowa, and Indiana. I also have a collection of different Romper
including an autographed pic of Miss Nancy from the 50's. I also have 3
Room Jack in the Boxes the one they made in the 50's,
the Mattel one they made in 1960 and the Hasbro they made in 1970. The
1960 Mattel version is the one in the 1960 show in the opening. I also
have many other toys like a Romper
Room Colorform set with teacher and
students on the Romper
an alumnus of an appearance on the Uncle
Artie Show, I seem to recall
people used to come on and tell about their backyard carnivals held to
raise funds for research on muscular dystrophy. It was a big deal back
then, and families staged elaborate mini-circuses. At least I think it
Artie who highlighted this activity.
remember only a few things about my appearance, down at the WDCA studio
off River Rd. First, I slid down the sliding board too soon, while the
host was still listening to the joke that the kid who slid down before
me was telling.
joke was this: "How do you get six elephants into a Volkswagen?"
in the front, and three in the back."
stagehand approached all the kids after the show and pressed upon us
Records lapel buttons that said, "Suzy Creamcheese, what's gotten into
you? Freak Out with the Mothers of Invention." It was baffling to a
kid like myself, but I saved it--treasured it--and its meaning soon
is very likely that I am blurring which kids' show featured the MD
was many moons ago.
came across your site via Google. I was telling my daughter a
story last night--she always asks about my youth--and was recalling the
show Romper Room. So today at work I googled the title,
confirm one of my few memories of the show--that it was hosted by a Miss
don't recall either Gormly or Johnson, but I do fondly recall Cap'n
Hal and Cousin
Cupcake). Fantail used to tease
from some flounder?" I remember Axel Grackle, too, and
was born in 1955. I find, from reading comments on your site,
how old you were when you tuned into TV is an important determinant in
what you recall. For example, Uncle
Artie aired for so brief
that the demographic that is likely to be familiar with him is
will turn more of my peers on to your site--it's quite a
I'm impressed, also, by how close a fact-checker you are.
the good work.
a question, too: Who remembers the old kids' cartoon, "Beanie
in the shower, I tried to remember Billy
Johnson. I thought from memory
"Johnny Johnston"... I remembered Ginty ! I knew "Up the Lazy River". I
was about 5... My, how Maryland has changed... I LOVED him... I typed Pick
Temple into the search engine..and saw the reference to Billy
Thank You !!!
am now 55, and I have actually found him ...I tried writing to several
in DCto get info, but they couldn't help me. ... You will go on my
list. Is Mr Johnson still alive? I also remember the Lorenzo show..and
a Shock Theatre Spook show host...
lived in Calvert Holmes, Maryland. I ate Cheerios with chocolate milk,
had a Bonnie Braids doll, and I watched Winky Dink and Billy
adored Wally, and Ginty. You jogged my memory about his playing the
and they sang slow or fast. Are there any video/film clips from that
I almost started to cry when I found your site! Finding any information
on Kids shows from that era is hard.
do remember a show about a princess. An opening theme with a castle and
a drawbridge, a castle moat? I also remember Kukla, Fran, and Ollie. I
remember so many tiny details about things, but putting it all together
takes team effort. I remember a man named Dick Mansfield. I
I believe he was heavy set, and he drew. He was in a hotel broadcast
think, the older I get the more I appreciate the past. I also remember
Super Circus. Thank you for all the help today!
a treat to come across this website. My brothers both sent the site to
me. We were wondering if you came across our Dad who was "Sam the
Man." He was on Claire
& Co Co a few times with his Trailways bus (may
have been "Continental Trailways"). He gave safe driver and passenger
full name was Samuel G. Athey, Jr. If you happen to come across
we'd love to know.
great site. I loved Phoebe
magazine at GMU.
my name is Dave Athey and I was lucky enough to go to several Claire
& Co Co shows when I was about 8 years old. The reason I went was my
Samuel G Athey was doing a small series on the show "Sam the Safety
My father worked for Trailways (Bus service) and his part of the series
was a week long, showing various items about Trailways (learning to
the bus etc.)
my father passed away in 1984 and we only have photo's of him. Would it
be possible to obtain tapes of that program? I would like give them to
my mother so she can show them to all of her grandkids (which include
kids as well).
anyone remember the "Wilson Line"?
in advance for your assistance in this matter,
I was never on the show, one of the neatest bits I remember Pick
doing was the one with the sledge hammers. He would take a boy and a
out of the stands and give them each a sledge hammer and tell them to
it straight out from their sides with one hand. The boy always got a
hammer and the girl always got a fake one. The girls could always hold
it out and of course the boys never could.
would then do a fake switch so you thought he gave each kid the other
but the results were always the same. I seem to remember Pick would
each hammer and hold them both at the same time straight out from his
no mean feat with a real one, and then scratch his nose with each...
holding them straight out at arms length. He must have been in good
Temple's son, Park Temple, responds:
recollection is exactly right. We had a real 10 pound sledge
and a balsa wood one that looked exactly like it. And Dad was
excellent athlete - he and Buster Crabbe used to be life guards
back in Baltimore in the 1920s. He was a gymnast (which is
would do a handstand if some child on the show would do a head
There was a trick involved with scratching his nose, however, he had
hammer ever so slightly choked up, and also held it just right from
using the leverage of his forearm to keep it up. Still no
but it wasn't all strength. Still, for the camera, it looked
Jan 22 2003
was on the Uncle
Artie show with my brother and sisters. We lived in
just down the street from the station, (WDCA-TV 20). I remembered I was
afraid of the slide and had to come around the slide to say "Hello". I
do not remember what year it was though.
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