The Kingdom of Could Be You (1973–1974)

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"The Kingdom of Could Be You" was a spin-off series of "The Most Important Person;" it explored the various occupations adults have as well as what school-aged children would like to do ... See full summary »

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"The Kingdom of Could Be You" was a spin-off series of "The Most Important Person;" it explored the various occupations adults have as well as what school-aged children would like to do when they get older, hence the title. The animated kids from "The Most Important Person" (Mike, Cindy, Nicola, Pablo, etc.) returned, but in place of Fumble, Hairy, and Bird, they were joined by a wizard who acted as their guide through the kingdom and who often cast spells that backfired. There was also an unnamed creature that looked like part duck and part bumblebee that provided commentary throughout each episode. Written by William Bennett Warfield

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As with "The Most Important Person", these shorts were first shown as interstitial segments on "Captain Kangaroo", introduced by the Captain (Bob Keeshan) and his cast. Viacom syndicated the shorts three years later, at the same time "The Most Important Person" was syndicated; "The Kingdom of Could Be You" was likewise shown as individual segments during daily locally-produced kids' shows and also on some PBS stations as shorts between weekday kids' shows when time allowed. See more »

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