NBC Saturday morning TV show. Fast paced, combining animations and live action, much like a "Laugh-In" for kids. Lots of splashy graphics, quick jokes, with some educational elements, too. ... See full summary »
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1970  
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NBC Saturday morning TV show. Fast paced, combining animations and live action, much like a "Laugh-In" for kids. Lots of splashy graphics, quick jokes, with some educational elements, too. Some of the "Laugh-In" cast were regulars, as well. Written by Keith Weston <jkweston@email.unc.edu>

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Woody Allen?
19 October 2006 | by (Manitoba) – See all my reviews

Oh my god! I remember this show! But just barely. Woody Allen was in it? Who knew? I was 8. I don't really remember him. I remember Joanne Worley because I'd seen her on "Laugh-In", and I remember Jonathan Winters, but Woody? It's hard to really judge the quality from my smattering of memory. It was supposed to be educational, but in a very sloppy way. They'd pose a question like "How do they make cartoons?" and then they would have a bunch of people giving "wrong" answers before showing you how it was actually done. I guess this is the reason I learned early on that pencil leads aren't really lead (not that the knowledge was particularly valuable). I guess it must have been entertaining enough, but I would have to question the educational value of their methodology. In the show on cartoons, one of the "wrong" answers was that cartoons were filmed using "people in costumes". I think this misinformation may actually have been spoken by Allen himself. I remember thinking at the time that this was quite unlikely, but I gave it an undue amount of credence because the source was a seemingly rational adult on TV. So to this day I believe cartoons are films of people running around in costumes. Thanks, Woody.


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