Zoom (1972–1978)

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David Alberico ...
 Himself (1972-73)
Nicholas Butterworth ...
 Himself (1977-1978)
Mike Dean ...
 Himself (1973-1974)
John Lathan ...
 Himself (1977-1978)
Danny McGrath ...
 Himself (1973-1974)
Leon Mobley ...
 Himself (1972-1973)
Edith Mooers ...
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Maura Mullaney ...
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Harvey Reed ...
 Himself (1974-1975)
Jon Reuning ...
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Jay Schertzer ...
 Himself (1972-1973)
Joe Shrand ...
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Nancy Tates ...
 Herself (1972)
Nina Thomassen ...
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Tommy White ...
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Zoom Kids: [singing] We're gonna Zoom-Zoom-Zooma-Zoom / Come on and Zooma-Zooma-Zooma-Zoom.
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It was our favorite show...when we were six
21 January 1999 | by (Woodbridge, VA) – See all my reviews

"ZOOM" was a daily television program that came along in the nick of time. Just as the first generation on "Sesame Street" fans became too old for Big Bird, "ZOOM" hit the scene. Targeted at elementary school aged kids, "ZOOM" featured young boys and girls in orange and brown striped rugby shirts learning about art and science in a way that made them fun. Viewers were encouraged to write letters to the cast that might be read on the show, or could write in to request "ZOOM cards". These colorful cardboard pamphlets provided information about the topics discussed on the show and covered issues from baking cookies to protecting the environment. I still remember the address..."That's ZOOM! Z-"double O"-M, Box 3-5-0, BostonMass, Oh!-Two-One!-Three-Four!!"

PBS will be re-introducing "ZOOM" in 1999. I'm sure that twenty-something "ZOOM" fans everywhere are happy to know that their own kids will learn that great theme song..."Come on and Zoom, Zoom, Zooma-Zoom. Come on and Zooma-Zooma-Zooma-Zoom. Come on and give it a try...We're gonna show you to fly. HIGH! Come on and Zoo-oom. Come on and Zoom Zoom. Come on and Zoo-oom"


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