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"Schoolhouse Rock!" Three Is a Magic Number (1973)

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Original Air Date:
3 February 1973 (Season 1, Episode 3)
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A Magician digs deep into his top hat that proves there's a magic number. | Add synopsis »
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This was another excellent "Schoolhouse Rock!" segment called "Three Is a Magic Number" See more (1 total) »

Episode Crew
Produced by
Tom Yohe .... executive producer
 
Art Department
Tom Yohe .... designer
 
Animation Department
Bob Bachman .... animator
 
Series Cast
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Sue Manchester ... (voice)

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Directed by
Tom Warburton 
 
Produced by
George Newall .... producer
Michael Eisner .... creative producer (uncredited)
 
Art Department
William H. Frake III .... assistant artist
 
Animation Department
Phil Kimmelman .... animation director
 
Other crew
Odvard Egil Dyrli .... educational consultant
Bob Eggers .... design
Lew Gifford .... design
Paul Kim .... design
David Lipson .... director of digital services
Bill Peckmann .... design
Arnold Roth .... design
Jack Sidebotham .... design
Rowland B. Wilson .... design
 
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Runtime:
4 min

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This was another excellent "Schoolhouse Rock!" segment called "Three Is a Magic Number", 2 August 2011
Author: tavm from Baton Rouge, La.

Just watched this "Schoolhouse Rock!" on YouTube. This was from the first season when it was called "Multiplication Rock". The song emphasizes the number 3 as in how a camera tripod and a table has three legs, a triangle has three sides, when a man and a woman have a baby-there are three in the family. Also, you learn what numbers are in multiples of three as shown by football players running through a cave with the numbers on their shirts printing those multiples. Written and sung by Bob Dorough, the song is charming with animation to match. These were so much fun to watch on ABC in between their various Saturday morning programs. So on that note, "Three Is a Magic Number" is well worth a look.

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