PicturePages (1984– )

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PicturePages was a short (10-15 minutes, I think) program in which Bill Cosby helped kids with activities in an activity book. You could buy the activity book and play along.

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This fun short program features Bill Cosby, as he draws pictures and plays games with the help of a smiling, noise-making magic marker named "Mortimor Marker." Ran for several years on Nickelodeon during daytime hours, and was even on video during the mid-eighties. Written by Allison L. Venezio <YankeeSNL01@aol.com>

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theme tune: Picture Pages, Picture Pages / Time to get your Picture Pages / Time to get your crayons / And your Pencils! / Picture Pages, Picture Pages / Open up your Picture Pages / Time to let Bill Cosby do a Picture Page with you!
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Referenced in Juno (2007) See more »

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Don't forget Bill's partner in crime...
28 November 2004 | by (Potsdam, New York) – See all my reviews

Bill Cosby may have been the lone human actor in this series of shorts, but he was faithfully accompanied by his magic pen named "Ichabod Crane" which made music when Bill Cosby wrote with it. (Many-a-friend I know longed to have that wonderful pen!)

I believe that these "Picture Pages" segments were strategically programed to fit into regular time slots during the program "Pinwheel". Doing so provided an opportunity to keep viewers (presumably children) actively involved at regular intervals while watching the longer program.

There was a corresponding workbook for "Picture Pages" which could be purchased. A child watching the show could flip to the appropriate page in the workbook for that day and participate in real time with the activity Bill Cosby was doing.

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