It claimed to be fun for everyone, and I guess it was
I understand that the original full-scale Huckleberry Hound show was a syndicated program, not a network program, and that the individual Huck Hound cartoons shown on MAGIC LAND via the magic wishing hat ("And when Rebo goes 'alakazatt,' look in the magic wishing hat") were having their first network showings, thanks to Kellogg's which sponsored both programs. What with the kiddie cartoons, the magic, and the statuesque Nani Darnell-- Mark Wilson's wife and assistant-- in very thigh-high tights, I guess the show was "fun for everyone," as the opening theme song claimed. Inside Rebo's clown suit was a man named Bev Bergeron, a magician in his own right. "Laugh at Rebo the mixed-up clown," said the theme, but I remember him as more of a sidekick and less of a buffoon.
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