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The Golden Age of Chicago Children's Television.

Author/Creator:
Okuda, Ted.
Publication:
: Southern Illinois University Press, 2016.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (193 pages)
Edition:
1st ed.
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Electronic books.
Contents:
Cover Page
Title Page
Copyright Page
Dedication
Foreword
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
Preface
Introduction
1 - A Historical Overview
2 - The Show Must Go On: Preparations, Rehearsals, and Tomfoolery
3 - The Ratings Game
4 - The Puppet Master: Burr Tillstrom and Kukla, Fran, and Ollie
5 - Circus Cinderella: Mary Hartline and Super Circus
6 - The Golden Egg: Taking a Gander at Frazier Thomas and Garfield Goose
7 - Rayner Shine: Ray Rayner and His (Many) Friends
8 - A Trunk Full of Memories: John Conrad and Elmer the Elephant
9 - Meet the Mulqueens: Pandora, Mr. Hands, and Kiddie-A-Go-Go
10 - Working for "U": Attic-A-Go-Go at the Board of Trade
11 - B.J.'s Dragon Tales: Bill Jackson's Dirty Dragon, Cartoon Town, and Gigglesnort Hotel
12 - Clowning Around: Noontime Fun at Bozo's Circus
13 - Animal Instinct: Dr. Lester Fisher and the Ark in the Park
14 - An Arctic Blast from the Past: Hardrock, Coco, and Joe
15 - Kid Show Roundup: From Ding Dong School to Jobblewocky Place
16 - Puppets, Pies, and Prizes: Saluting a Golden Age
17 - Chicago's Golden Age Kid Shows: An Alphabetical Directory
Bibliography
Index
About the Authors
Back Cover.
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Contributor:
Mulqueen, Jack.
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Print version: Okuda, Ted The Golden Age of Chicago Children's Television
ISBN:
9780809335374
9780809335367
OCLC:
957699907