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CHILDHOOD DELIGHTS! Colorful keepsakes on display


Green Valley News - Jul 7, 2018
Ovaltine and Kellogg's Rice Krispies were frequent sponsors of the Howdy Doody Show. I'd send in a box top and 25 cents for any Howdy promotional. I also have a Howdy Doody T-shirt and a pair of earrings given to me by a lovely couple at La Posada.
 

Opinion | Name-calling says more about sender than recipient


Knoxville News Sentinel - Jun 18, 2018
Using an actual phrase from "The Howdy Doody Show" theme song, which I still can sing from memory, “Let's give (her) a rousing cheer.” “Allyship,” is probably a word “Robert” and his kind would do well to learn: “An active, consistent, and arduous ...
 

Harry Bulkeley: These boots are made of memories


Galesburg Register-Mail - Jun 23, 2018
My memory would not be quite so fresh but for the fact that that Saturday was the very last episode of The Howdy Doody Show. I might have been a Boy Scout but I was still an enthusiastic member of The Peanut Gallery. To compound the problem, it was on ...
 

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Buffalo Bob Smith 1933 Senior High School Yearbook The Howdy Doody Show


 

Official Howdy Doody Show Ticket featuring Clarabell and Buffalo Bob Miami FL =


 

NEW The Howdy Doody Show- 40 Episode Collection (DVD)


 

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Howdy Doody Show 1958 May 31


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April Fools Day on the Howdy Doody Show (April 1, 1952)


Did You Know??? Clarabell the Clown never spoke on camera until the very last episode. While large amounts of money were offered by advertisers to have ...
 

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The Howdy Doody Show - January 6, 1953


Howdy Doody is an American children's television program (with circus and Western frontier themes) that was created and produced by E. Roger Muir and ...
 

Howdy Doody Show, The (Intro) S1 (1947)