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Bozo: 40 Years of Fun! (2001)

Current and former cast members of the various incarnations of "the Bozo Show" unite in a tribute detailing Bozo the Clown's 40 years on television. Included are highlights from Bozo shows ... See full summary »

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Current and former cast members of the various incarnations of "the Bozo Show" unite in a tribute detailing Bozo the Clown's 40 years on television. Included are highlights from Bozo shows throughout the years and mini-biographies of all the major cast members. Written by A.Stooge2

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Follows The Bozo Super Sunday Show (1994) See more »

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The last first run show of Bozo
26 March 2002 | by (Palos Park, IL USA) – See all my reviews

It is too bad that WGN TV decided to cancel The Bozo Super Sunday Show last year. And this show used to be a hit. And only two people got to be behind the Bozo makeup, The Late Bob Bell from 1960-1984 and then Joey D'Auria from 1984-2001. The tickets used to be sold out for a lot of shows, then I guess kids got tired of Bozo and started watching Disney Channel and other stations that has kids shows in the morning, the show started as a half show, then to a hour then to 90 minutes and two hours (a new audience came in each hour) and then back to 1 hour. In 1994 Bozo moved to Sundays to make room for now the current WGN Morning News. And at one point kids had to wait 10 years before getting on the show. And maybe that why Bozo started to fail. In the summer of last year this show was taped, and was shown on WGN TV a month later. And in 1962, the Grand Prize Game was added to the show. But I may sure that there had to be kids that still liked Bozo beore WGN canceled Bozo. It is too bad that this show had to be canceld, before the kids that wasn't born until after August of 2001.


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