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Children's program that was often franchised rather than syndicated (meaning, local television stations could use their own hostesses in lieu of national hosts if they chose). A typical... See more »

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Sally Claster Gelbard ...
  Miss Sally (18 episodes, 1964-1981)
Bruce Edward Hall ...
  Kimble / ... (15 episodes, 1981-1994)
Molly McCloskey ...
  Miss Molly / ... (15 episodes, 1981-1994)
Nancy Claster ...
  Miss Nancy / ... (12 episodes, 1953-1964)
Steve Sussman ...
  Himself (3 episodes, 1969-1971)
Juliet Crupi ...
  Child (2 episodes, 1987-1988)
Doris Johnson ...
  Herself\s-\sHost\s-\sLouisiana (1 episode, 1953)
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  Herself (1 episode, 1953)
Michael E. Stone ...
  Himself - Guest (1 episode, 1958)
Erin O'Hern ...
  Child (1 episode, 1965)
Steven Hill ...
  Child (1 episode, 1967)
Ross Guidici ...
  Himself - Nebraska (1 episode, 1973)
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  Himself (1 episode, 1975)
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  Child (1 episode, 1979)
Candy Claster ...
  Do-Bee (1 episode, 1981)
Andrew Zuckerberg ...
  Child (1 episode, 1981)
Mary Ann King ...
  L.A. Host (1966-1976) (unknown episodes)
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  (1967-1969) (unknown episodes)
Socorro Serrano ...
  L.A. Host (1976-1990) (unknown episodes)
Dennis Quinlan ...
  Youth (1978) (unknown episodes)
Todd Adrian ...
  (1981) (unknown episodes)
Sharon Jeffery ...
  (1987-1992) (archiveFootage) (unknown episodes)
Eric Alan Donaldson ...
  Himself (unknown episodes)

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Plot Summary

Children's program that was often franchised rather than syndicated (meaning, local television stations could use their own hostesses in lieu of national hosts if they chose). A typical program featured a group of six to 10 children, ages 4-6, in a variety of games, songs and rhymes and simple moral lessons as guided by the hostess and recurring characters. One of those recurring characters was Mr. Do Bee, an oversized bumblebee who helped teach the moral lessons ("Do Bee a good sport when you lose"). The end always featured the hostess using her "Magic Mirror" to help her greet the show's young audience ("I see Brian and Mindy; oh, there's Jill and Donald," etc.) Written by Brian Rathjen

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  • Romper Room and Friends (United States)
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  • 60 min
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Trivia Due to the sheer number of episodes produced, coupled with the high cost of videotape in the early days, very few episodes of the show have survived. According to the book "TV Party", many of the "franchise" producers of the series would erase their tapes after only 24 hours in order to reuse the tapes for new shows. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Freaky Friday (1976). See more »
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