Kid Power (1972– )

TV Series  -  Animation | Comedy | Family
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Based on the comic strip "Wee Pals" by Morrie Turner, this half-hour animated ABC series followed the Peanuts-like adventures of the "Rainbow Club," a group of multi-racial kids. Each show ... See full summary »

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Donald Fullilove ...
 Diz / ... (voice)
Joan Gardner ...
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Michele Johnson-Murray ...
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Jay Silverheels Jr. ...
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Based on the comic strip "Wee Pals" by Morrie Turner, this half-hour animated ABC series followed the Peanuts-like adventures of the "Rainbow Club," a group of multi-racial kids. Each show featured a song by The Curbstones, several of which were released as an album on Pride (MGM) Records. Written by wonderproductions@hotmail.com

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One of the best shows from my childhood
19 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

You don't have a enough stars to give for this show. It was one of the best shows, not just cartoons, but best shows on TV in 1972. Like any kid (I was 11 at the time), I looked forward to getting up on Saturday morning to watch cartoons. I loved "Kid Power" as well as hearing the theme. "Kid Power..Red, yellow, black and white..White, yellow, black and red..It's Kid Power." A show is needed like that today but it is unfortunate that in today's society it would not last. I wish it were available on videotape or DVD. I would buy it with a quickness and gladly show it to my kids. The show was not corny. It basically dealt with kids from different ethnic backgrounds playing together. Think about it, politicians are always pushing equality and when a show comes out that shows kids literally playing on equal ground, it goes away. Only people who are from that are know about Kid Power. Disney/ABC if you have the show in your archives, bring it out for DVD or revive it for Disney Channel, Toon Disney, ABC Family, or ABC Saturday Morning.


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