This was producer Jay Ward's first animated series and the first made-for-television cartoon series, but since it was sold city by city and not directly to a network, it isn't always recognized as the first animated TV-series (despite being broadcast in 1949, earlier than any other animated TV-series). See more »
Ah Yes, the fantastic days of early New York TV, let see, what channels were available?? Ch 2, 4, 5,9, 11, and 13 before it was a Public Station.
Thank, gawd, I wasn't the only child to get up early to watch Modern Farmer, ha ha ha ha There was another farm related program which I can't remember the title, about an old geezer and his daughter. Then of course Crusader Rabbit, fantastic, some of the episodes can be seen on Youtube. I'm trying to figure out the theme music to Crusader Rabbit. I watched as a very young kid and then as a teenager, does anyone know if the 2nd version in the 60s used Swedish Rhapsody as the theme music or am I remembering wrong?
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