"Cartoon Express" was a train-themed kids' show hosted every weekday afternoon by "Engineer Bill" Stulla on KHJ Channel 9, in Los Angeles. Surrounded by an elaborate model-train set, "Engineer Bill" would introduce cartoons, play a game called "Red Light, Green Light," read the names of viewers who weren't feeling well - for whom he would ring the "get-well bell," chat with a child guest and, of course, promote products. Written by
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"Cartoon Express" was shot at the Don Lee-Mutual Broadcasting Studio (built in 1948) at 1313 Vine Street in Hollywood. The building is now called "The Pickford Center" and houses the 286-seat Dunn Theater and several Academy departments, including the Academy Film Archive, the Science and Technology Council, and the Grants and Nicholl Fellowship programs. See more