I have fond memories of this show, which starred Paul Tripp and his wife who played various roles with other actors making guest appearances. This was one of the earliest anthology-type shows on TV. The show was geared to children in grade school and each week they would make a trip to a different part of history or the world with the appropriate historical figures being encountered. They began each trip on a small improvised train. By today's standards it would be crude, but back then it was entertaining even in B&W and was somewhat educational to boot. The show opened with a jingle about Mr. I. Magination and for kids it was enchanting. Too much time has passed and I can't recall any of the episodes, but if anyone knows whether this show is available on DVD or VHS, please leave a message. I know they made kinescopes back in those days, but whether they were preserved is another question.
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