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Its Howdy Doody Time The Howdy Doody Show was one of the first and easily the most popular children's television show in the 1950s and a reflection of the wonder, technical fascination, and business realities associated with early television. While Howdy and his friends entertained American children, they also sold television sets to American parents and demonstrated the potential of the new medium to advertisers.
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Added: 19th July 2007
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Posted By: BKV
       Our Last Moments with Clarabell On September 24, 1960, during the final showing of Howdy Doody, Clarabell, the clown who never uttered a word in all the years we had watched him, finally spoke to us, "Goodbye Kids". Children everywhere were elated and heartbroken at the same time. We miss Clarabell, but we especially miss the man behind the face of the clown, the man with the biggest heart of all, Bob Keeshan.
Tags: clarabell  howdy  doody  bob  keeshan  childrens  programming 
Added: 16th September 2007
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Posted By: Sophia
Howdy Doody on Whats My Line Buffalo Bob Smith and Howdy Doody are the mystery guests on this episode of What's My Line from August 15, 1954. (Listen for Buffalo Bob's very good impression of Fred Allen.)
Tags: Howdy  Doody  Buffalo  Bob  Smith 
Added: 16th October 2007
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Posted By: Lava1964
Rare Howdy Doody Christmas Film Short This was originally produced for the 16mm "home movie" market around 1952. Dayton Allen appeared as "Ugly Sam" and Bob Keeshan is Clarabelle.
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Added: 6th December 2007
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Posted By: Guido
Tootsie Roll Pop Commercial with Howdy Doody From the 1950s (our glory days, gang!!), here is Buffalo Bob & Howdy Doody with the Tootsie Roll Pop Puppet Show!!
Tags: Buffalo  Bob  Howdy  Doody  Tootsie  Roll  1950s  Ray  Glasser 
Added: 5th June 2008
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Posted By: videoholic
Spike Jones with Howdy Doody From the early 50's (I'm guessing), here is a Spike Jones Show with guest stars Howdy Doody & Co.!
Tags: Spike  Jones  Ray  Glasser  Howdy  Doody 
Added: 13th June 2009
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Posted By: videoholic
Original Howdy Doody Puppet The Howdy Doody Show was one of the most iconic, popular, and enduring kids' programs ever. When it first aired in 1947, however, star marionette Howdy Doody looked far different than he did for most of the show's run. In this NBC publicity photo, Howdy is the puppet on the far right. Why the change? By 1948 the show had become so popular that merchandisers were clamoring to sell Howdy Doody paraphernalia. Macy's Department Store was especially eager to carry any and all Howdy Doody merchandise. This presented a major ownership problem: Buffalo Bob Smith had used the unmistakable Howdy Doody voice for years (beginning on the radio) and owned the rights to the character, but the puppet was created for TV by Frank Paris. No agreement could be worked out between Smith and Paris, so one day, about four hours before a live broadcast, Paris walked out of the NBC studio and took his puppet with him. The producers came up with a quick and brilliant gimmick to explain Howdy Doody's absence. Howdy had gone on a nation-wide road trip to campaign in the 1948 election! A large map of the USA showed viewers where Howdy had travelled during his absence from the show. Furthermore, it was announced that Howdy was undergoing plastic surgery to look better in his public appearances. This gave NBC's Velma Dawson plenty of time to create a totally different--but more familiar--Howdy Doody marionette that was used until the show ended in 1960. The new, more appealing Howdy Doody was an immediate hit. Apparently nobody missed Paris' original marionette too much. Smith himself declared it to be "the ugliest puppet imaginable."
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Added: 24th February 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964
Howdy Doody - Christmas 1957 An episode of Howdy Doody from 1957.
Tags: Howdy  Doody  TV  1957 
Added: 24th December 2011
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Posted By: KrazyKasper
Howdy Doody - Opening Sequence Opening sequence and theme.
Tags: Howdy  Doody  TV  1950 
Added: 24th December 2011
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Posted By: KrazyKasper
Howdy Doody - Final episode Clip from the final episode including the original NBC peacock.
Tags: Howdy  Doody  TV  1950 
Added: 24th December 2011
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Posted By: KrazyKasper

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