The Riverdale students second show, in an hour-long format, featuring Sabrina, the Teenage Witch shorts, and "Archie's Fun House", a feature comprised of music and skits.
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The Riverdale students second show, in an hour-long format, featuring Sabrina, the Teenage Witch shorts, and "Archie's Fun House", a feature comprised of music and skits.

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Inspired by his son's love of Archie comic books, Don Kirshner met with that organization, Filmation (the television animation company) and CBS-TV and pitched his idea. The Archie Show debuted on CBS in September, 1968. While Kirshner and others contend that The Archies' million-selling 1969 single "Sugar, Sugar" was originally written for the Monkees, record producer/songwriter Jeff Barry is quite firm in his statement that he and singer Andy Kim wrote the song specifically for the Archies, shortly after The Archie Show debuted. See more »

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Pure Bubblegum
29 March 2003 | by (Los Angeles, California) – See all my reviews

This show came out at the peak of the "Bubblegum Rock" craze. This was when a producer would form a band of studio musicians to record un-offensive songs for the pre-teen set. The Archies were just that sort of group. I loved watching the show not just for the goofiness of it, but because of those cute little songs which most kids my age ate up. I actually believed The Archies were an actual group and would sing along with the songs on T.V.. Too bad they don't make shows like this anymore.


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