Bertie the Bunyip Bertie the Bunyip was the lead puppet character on the popular American children's television series The Bertie the Bunyip Show in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, during the 1950s and 60s.
Blinky's Fun Club Blinky's Fun Club was a children's television program that aired first on aired on KKTV in Colorado Springs from 1958 to 1966 and then on KWGN-TV in Denver, Colorado, from 1966 to 1998.
Boomtown (1956 TV series) Boomtown was a weekend children's show on WBZ-TV in Boston, Massachusetts that ran from 1956 through 1974.
Bumpity Bumpity was an American children's television show that aired locally in the Portland, Oregon area on the ABC affiliate KATU, from 1971 to 1985.
Cappelli & Company Cappelli & Company is an American children's television series created by, and starring, children's songwriter/composer Frank Cappelli.
Capt. Jim's Popeye Club Capt. Jim's Popeye Club was a local Pittsburgh children's television series during the 1970s, which showed Popeye the Sailor Man cartoons.
Captain 11 Captain 11 was a popular after-school children's program for over 40 years on KELO-TV, broadcast on channel 11 from Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Captain 11's Showboat Captain 11's Showboat was a locally produced children's program, based in St. Louis, Missouri, airing on KPLR-TV, Channel 11 during the late-afternoon hours, starting in May 1959, and ending in ...
Captain 20 Captain 20 was a fictional character, an astronaut (and later an alien) who hosted Washington, D.C.'s WDCA (Channel 20) afternoon children's television block of cartoons and live action shorts l...
Captain Chesapeake Captain Chesapeake was a morning and afternoon children's show on WBFF in Baltimore, Maryland hosted by George A. Lewis who portrayed "Captain Chesapeake". The show aired from April 1971 until 1990. Lewis hosted a similar show, Captain Pitt on WPTT in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Captain Daryl Daryl Laub is a television and radio personality who worked for stations in the Twin Cities region of Minnesota, USA, from the 1950s until his retirement in 1993.
Captain Noah and His Magical Ark Captain Noah and His Magical Ark was a television program for children and was generally broadcast around the Philadelphia area.
Captain Penny Captain Penny was the host of a children's television series on WEWS-TV (Channel 5) in Cleveland, Ohio from 1955 to 1971.
Captain Satellite Captain Satellite was an afternoon TV program on KTVU-2 in Oakland, California.
Chief Halftown Traynor Ora Halftown (February 24, 1917-July 5, 2003), better known as "Chief Halftown", was an entertainer who hosted a children's show that aired on WFIL-TV (which became WPVI-TV in 1972) in P...
Commander Tom Show The Commander Tom Show was a children's television series that aired weekday afternoons on Channel 7 WKBW-TV in Buffalo, New York, premiering on December 20, 1965.
D. B.'s Delight D.B.'s Delight is a locally produced St. Louis, Missouri children's television quiz show produced by CBS affiliate KMOX-TV (later KMOV), Channel 4.
Dickory Doc Dickory Doc was a local Children's TV which aired from 1966-1969.
Dusty's Treehouse Dusty's Treehouse is a children's television program which starred Stu Rosen and featured the puppets of Tony Urbano.
Family Classics Family Classics is a Chicago television series which began in 1962 when Frazier Thomas was added to another program at WGN-TV. Thomas not only hosted classic films but also selected the titl...
Garfield Goose and Friends Garfield Goose and Friends is a children's television show produced by WGN-TV in Chicago, Illinois, United States from 1955 to 1976.
Gator Tales Gator Tales was a local children's television show produced in St. Louis, Missouri by local CBS affiliate KMOV. The show aired on Saturdays and Sundays in key states throughout the Midwest f...
Gene London Gene London (born Eugene Yulish in Cleveland, Ohio on June 9, 1931) was the host of a long-running, Philadelphia local children's show, Cartoon Corners (aka The Gene London Show).
Generation Jets Generation Jets is a Saturday-afternoon animated children's television show created for the New York Jets.
Hickory Hideout Hickory Hideout was a television program for children which aired in Cleveland, Ohio on WKYC-TV from 1981 to 1991.
J. P. Patches J.P. Patches was a clown portrayed by Seattle entertainer Chris Wedes. The J.P. Patches Show was one of the longer-running locally-produced children's television programs in the United States, having appeared on Seattle TV station KIRO channel 7 from 1958 to 1981.
Joya's Fun School Joya's Fun School was a children's series that was produced and broadcast by WPIX-TV in New York City from March 1970 to December 1982. The cast included the host Joya, The Professor, Mr. BB and a bookworm puppet named Seymour.
King Koopa's Kool Kartoons King Koopa's Kool Kartoons was a local, American live-action children's television show broadcast in Southern California during the holiday season of 1989-'90.
Kiosko Kiosko was a multicultural music education television series for children that aired on KPBS television in San Diego, California.
Kitirik Kitirik was a children's television character portrayed by Bunny Orsak.
Larry Smith Puppets Larry Smith Puppets (or The Larry Smith Show) was a long-running afternoon television program, seen from 1969 to 1974 on WXIX-TV in Cincinnati, Ohio, geared toward the elementary school ag...
Magicland Magicland was a television magic show for children that ran for 23 years on the Memphis, Tennessee, station WMC-TV. It holds the Guinness World Record for the longest continuously running te...
Major Astro Major Astro was a local afternoon children's television show in Wichita, Kansas, played by Tom Leahy, Jr. as "Major Astro".
Mr. Cartoon Mr. Cartoon was a television program for children that aired for over thirty years on WSAZ-TV, the local NBC affiliate in Huntington, West Virginia.
Mr. Jingeling Mr. Jingeling is the "Keeper of the Keys" to Santa's workshop - a holiday tradition in the region around Cleveland, Ohio.
Mr. Peppermint Jerome Martin "Jerry" Haynes (born January 31, 1927) is an American actor from Dallas, Texas.
Pancake Mountain Pancake Mountain is a children's television show based in Washington, D.C. Created by filmmaker Scott Stuckey (of the famous Stuckey's family), it is notable for featuring many indie rock ba...
Penny & Her Pals "Penny and Her Pals" was a children's TV program broadcast by KTVW Channel 13 (now KCPQ) in Tacoma, USA, every afternoon at 4:00 p.m.
Pixanne Pixanne was a popular children's television program, created and hosted by singer-actress Jane Norman, that ran from 1960 to 1969 on WCAU-TV in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Popeye Theater with Mister Mac The Popeye Theater with Mister Mac was a local children's television show that aired on Cleveland's WKYC-TV from 1968 through 1971.
Ramblin' Rod Anders Ramblin' Rod Anders (November 26, 1933 – May 11, 2002), born Rodney Carl Andersen, was the host of The Ramblin' Rod Show, a morning children's television program in Oregon, from ...
Ranger Hal Washington, DC Ranger Hal was a children's television program that originated in Washington, DC on what was then WTOP-TV and aired from 1957 to 1969.
Ricki & Copper Ricki & Copper was a popular local children's program that ran on WTAE/Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where it ran in mornings from 1959 to 1969.
Rocketship 7 Rocketship 7 was a children's television series that aired weekday mornings on WKBW-TV in Buffalo, New York from 1962 to 1978 and from 1992 to 1993.
Romper Room Romper Room was a long-running children's television series that ran in the United States from 1953 to 1994 as well as internationally at various times in Canada, United Kingdom, New Zealand...
Rusty Nails James H. Allen (b. May 15, 1928) portrayed the clown character Rusty Nails and was the host of various children's television shows in the Portland, Oregon, U.S. television market from 1957...
Sailor Bob Sailor Bob was a children's television program produced by WRVA (then the Richmond, Virginia, NBC affiliate) that aired from 1959 through 1969.
Sally Starr (TV hostess) Sally Starr was a prominent 1950s celebrity television personality. Using a cowgirl persona, she appealed to local TV audiences of several generations of children through American radio, Broadway stage, movies and as a recording artist for over 60 years.
Sheriff John Sheriff John was a long-running children's television host who appeared on KTTV in Los Angeles from July 18, 1952, to July 10, 1970, on two separate series, Sheriff John's Lunch Brigade and...
Skipper Daryl Daryl Laub is a television and radio personality who worked for stations in the Twin Cities region of Minnesota, USA, from the 1950s until his retirement in 1993.
South Dakota Adventure South Dakota Adventure is an educational television series about the state of South Dakota.
Steampipe Alley Steampipe Alley is a children's television program that aired on Secaucus, New Jersey station WWOR-TV from February 7, 1988 to April 1993.
T. N. Tatters Daryl Laub is a television and radio personality who worked for stations in the Twin Cities region of Minnesota, USA, from the 1950s until his retirement in 1993.
That's Cat That's Cat was a children's television show that premiered on Saturday, September 18, 1976.
The Barney Bean Show The Barney Bean Show was a late afternoon children's television program on WYTV-TV in Youngstown, Ohio.
The Biscuit Brothers The Biscuit Brothers is a half-hour Emmy-award winning television program produced in Austin, Texas.
The BJ and Dirty Dragon Show The BJ and Dirty Dragon Show is a Chicago children's television program that aired on WFLD and later WGN-TV from 1968 to 1974.
The Bozo Show The Bozo Show is a locally produced children's television program that aired on WGN-TV in Chicago and nationally on what is now WGN America.
The Bozo Super Sunday Show The Bozo Super Sunday Show is the final version of WGN-TV's 40+ year-old Bozo series, which aired on Sunday mornings for seven seasons.
The Floppy Show The Floppy Show is an American children's television series starring Duane Ellett, broadcast on NBC affiliate WHO-TV in Des Moines, Iowa from 1957 to 1987.
The Horn and Hardart Children's Hour The Horn and Hardart Children's Hour (later known as The Children's Hour) was a variety show with a cast of children, including some who later became well-known adult performers.
The Kid America Club The Kid America Club is an unconventional variety show that first started its sporadic broadcasts in 2002 on Manhattan Neighborhood Network Public-access television cable TV in New York City.
The Lorenzo Show The Lorenzo Show, also called Lorenzo and Friends and Lorenzo's Cartoon Festival, was a children's television program starring Gerry Wheeler (1925-) that ran in several different Ame...
The Magic Door The Magic Door (also known as The Magic Door Television Theatre) was a Jewish educational television series aimed at providing kiruv (outreach) to Jewish children in the Chicago, Illinois ...
The Magic Garden (TV series) The Magic Garden is a live action children's television program which aired Mondays through Thursdays from March 1972 to September 1984 on WPIX-11 in New York City.
The Magic Window The Magic Window (also known as The House with the Magic Window) was an American children's television program broadcast on ABC affiliate WOI-TV in Ames, Iowa from 1951 to 1994.
The Mr. Science Show The Mr. Science Show was a zany, lecture based science television program for children developed by Tim Perkins, which aired weekly in the 1990s on Time Warner Cable's Public-access televisi...
The Ramblin' Rod Show Ramblin' Rod Anders (November 26, 1933 – May 11, 2002), born Rodney Carl Andersen, was the host of The Ramblin' Rod Show, a morning cartoon show, from 1964 until his retirement o...
The Uncle Al Show The Uncle Al Show was a children's television program originating in Cincinnati.
The Wallace and Ladmo Show The Wallace and Ladmo Show, also known as It's Wallace? and Wallace & Company, was a children's television show produced by and aired on KPHO-TV (Channel 5) in Phoenix, A...
Uncle Bill Reads the Funnies Uncle Bill Reads the Funnies was a local Sunday morning children's television show on KAKE-TV in Wichita, Kansas.