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Tabitha St. Germain
I was only 11 Years old when this show came on in 1972 and I Loved, Loved, Loved it. Many of the cartoons of the early and mid 1970s were about music groups or about solving mysotries.
But the Osmonds was My Favorite in that type of show it was far out to kids of that era. and the best part was you got to see and hear one song by The Osmonds and one song by Donny in each episode. The hearts and flowers were pretty groovy too. It was a fun harmless early 70s show.
Sweet And Innocent as the song goes and a lot less violent then the shows that are on today
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