Middle School students teach kids how to do cool tricks.
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1   Unknown  
1972  
Won 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 2 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards »
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Joe Shrand ...
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Middle School students teach kids how to do cool tricks.

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A Lost Treasure
16 May 2005 | by See all my reviews

I loved this show, too. I'm glad that they brought it back for the next generation but I'm just not in to the new show. It seems more rehearsed than the old one did which was a lot more spontaneous. Kids were just kids on the old show, feeling free to do whatever they wanted, including doing the show in bare feet (which I thought was so cool, since I went barefoot all the time as a kid...still do). It's hard for me to believe that the new cast of kids honestly chooses to wear shoes and socks instead of going barefoot. Bare feet was the show's trademark, giving it a unique feel that I haven't seen any other shows have. It was a really cool thing to come home from school to.


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