Local Kidsby enriquemadera | created - 1 month ago | updated - 1 week ago | Public
2. Chief Halftown (1951–1999)
30 min | Family
The CHIEF HALFTOWN SHOW was Philadelphia's longest running show for kids. The show first aired on WFIL in 1951 and then WPVI where it ran until 1999. The Chief would appear in full Indian ... See full summary »
3. Romper Room and Friends (1953–1994)
60 min | Family
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 full summary »
5. Captain 11 (1955–1996)
30 min | Family
The children's television show was produced locally at KELO-TV in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. As Captain 11, Dave Dedrick introduced cartoons and interviewed children in the studio. The show also featured games and contests.
6. Here's Geraldine (1957–1965)
30 min | Comedy
Here's Geraldine (1957) is a children's show that was a half-hour long. It debated on 22, April 1957. It was broadcast weekdays. Monday through Friday on WBKB-Channel 7. Here puppets were ... See full summary »
9. Wonderama (1955–1987)
It was a children's variety show on every Sunday. It had a live children's audience and it was on Channel 5 in New York, which was WNEW, a local station before FOX. Sandy Becker was the ... See full summary »
15. Kids' Break (1980–1987)
Comedy, Family, Fantasy
A local children's show hosted by a big green puppet, Howard Huge. Howard hosted a series of short mini-programs. The show aired on WDCA-TV Channel 20, Washington D . C., between June 1980 and May 1987.
16. Bozo's Circus (1961–1980)
An iconic children's show on Chicago's WGN television station. Children would go home from school at noon to have lunch and watch the show! They had a terrific band and funny skits with ... See full summary »
20. Bozo's Circus (1971–1977)
Animation, Comedy, Family
A children's hosted circus show aired on WDCA-TV Channel 20, Washington D . C., Mondays to Fridays from 30 August 1971 to 19 August 1977, with host "Bozo, the World's Most Famous Clown" played by John Alexi and then Dick Dyszel.
23. The Bozo Super Sunday Show (1994–2001)
120 min | Family
Final incarnation of WGN-TV's popular children's program, which featured songs, skits, games, educational segments and other activities featuring Bozo the Clown as host.
30 min | Comedy, Family
Saturday morning comedy for all ages brought to you by comic Soupy Sales and his friends Black Tooth, White Fang and Pookie. Largely one-set production relied heavily on cuts to old film ... See full summary »
35. The Shrimpenstein Show (1967)
A hosted horror kids show from KHJ Channel 9, Los Angeles, California, USA screened from 1966-1967; with Gene Moss as Dr. Rudolph Von Schtick and Shrimpenstein voiced by Jim Thurman.
36. The Wallace and Ladmo Show (1954–1989)
30 min | Comedy
"The Wallace and Ladmo Show", the longest-running same-cast kids' show in television history, featured sharply observed comedy skits that satired popular films, television shows and music ... See full summary »
37. Time for Beany (1949–1954)
15 min | Family
Time for Beany was an American television series, with puppets for characters, which aired locally in Los Angeles starting in 1949 and nationally (via kinescope) on the improvised Paramount... See full summary »
41. Billy Barty's Big Top (1963–1967)
Billy Barty's Big Top was a local children's variety series that appeared in the Southern California area. Barty hosted the show dressed as a ringmaster who entertained children in the audience.
46. Boomtown (1956–1974)
Boomtown was a children's television show that ran, on WBZ Channel 4 in Boston, for eighteen years. The host was Rex Trailer. It featured songs, rope tricks, cartoons and a weekly "wanted ... See full summary »
50. Captain Video and His Cartoon Rangers (1956– )
30 min | Action, Animation, Family
Captain Video, late of the expansive and immensely popular TV science-fiction series "Captain Video and His Video Rangers", addressed the audience from his secret mountain headquarters to ... See full summary »
Star: Al Hodge
52. Jabberwocky (1974–1978)