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Conjunction Junction 

Talks about the three main conjunctions: and, but, or. It tells what each of the words do.

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Bob Dorough
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Mary Sue Berry Mary Sue Berry ... Backup Vocals (voice)
Terry Morel Terry Morel ... Backup Vocals (voice)
Jack Sheldon ... Conjunction Junction Conductor (voice)
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Talks about the three main conjunctions: and, but, or. It tells what each of the words do.

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Language:

English

Release Date:

10 February 1973 (USA) See more »

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Mono

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Backup singers: Conjunction Junction, what's your function?
Main Singer: Hookin' up words and phrases and clauses.
Backup singers: Conjunction Junction, how's that function?
Main Singer: I've got three favorite cars that get most of my job done.
Backup singers: Conjunction Junction, what's their function?
Main Singer: I got "and", "but", and "or". They'll get you pretty far.
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Featured in Schoolhouse Rock!: Grammar Rock (1995) See more »

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Conjunction Junction
Written by Bob Dorough
Performed by Jack Sheldon and Terry Morrell
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"Conjuction Junction" is another cherished memory from "Schoolhouse Rock!"
21 October 2008 | by tavmSee all my reviews

With lyrics by Bob Dorough, Jack Sheldon (who I just discovered was born in Jacksonville, Fla., which is where I once lived for 10 years) providing lead vocal and Terry Morrell backing vocal, "Conjunction Junction" is another great "Schoolhouse Rock!" short animated musical that entertains while educating about the importance of "hooking up words and phrases and clauses" with and, but, or. The leading character is a train conductor who has those words printed on the side of the train cars. There's also a couple of hoboes who illustrate some of the verses. Done in a Big Band style, "Conjunction Junction" is one of the catchiest ditties I've ever heard in my childhood. And I love the ending line "I'm going to get you there if you're very careful..." Another gem I rediscovered on YouTube. Thanks, guys!


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