Shenanigans (1964–1965)

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| (1965-1966)

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Great kids active/thinking game; too bad it's forgotten
23 July 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I LOVED this show (I was 5, nearly 6) and made my own home board version when I couldn't get it soon enough. It aired on ABC. Some of the major stops/spaces were Pie in the Eye, where you tried to cream a pie in between the opening/closing eyelids/lashes of a giant eye; Punchboard, where you punched in a large button to pick your question; and Haunted House, where you had to run inside and get something scary that turned out to be a prize. There were several other major spaces like that. Prizes were also Milton Bradley games, the sponsor (mostly); MB also had a home version of the game, of course. There were lots of spaces to land on along the (I think) squared-U shaped live board; all the events took places on a horizontal wall along the outer edge, something like an old-style midway wall. The theme song (didn't think about it at the time, but I bet Stubby sang it (not live)) began something like: *Shenanigans--Come on along and play Shenanigans--...* (??) For the life of me, tho, I donÔt recall how the players/tokens moved around the board (dice, spinner, etc.)

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