What was the name of the children's tv show that allowed children to draw on an acetate affixed on the tv screen This was in the 1950's?
Winkey-Dink and you, or winkey dink, for short. I can imagine this could damage the then expensive TV screens if practiced enough.
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This is strictly my own opinion, but i think that children should be allowed tv's in there room because it helps them be independent and makes then have lots of lol's NOM NOM NOM
You would need either a S-Video, or HDMI out on the computer or a RGB or DVI in on the TV. If you have neither of these you can purchase a graphics card with HDMI out relatively cheap. Once installed you simply connect the cable. Anything less that HDMI/DVI will be hard to read as the resolution wil…l be very low. (MORE)
For a television show, put the name of the show in italics, i.e. Frasier But for a specific episode, put the name of the episode in quotes, i.e. "Lisa Simpson, this is your life."
What is the name of that children's TV show where the kids were scared of adults that wore sunglasses?
I think the show is called Ahh the Adults because I just saw the show that you were talking about on tv it was on channel 480. I do not think they will show it again but it sounded like the question that you have.
The cartoon you're thinking of is probably 'Orson and Olivia', you can find the intro on Youtube. I found your question because I'm looking for a similar (but different) cartoon set on a boat, and came across this one.
NO.There are too many bad ,immoral programmes on the TV.Children are incapable of making the right choice for themselves.It is the parents' resposabilities to guide and protect their children so they will not go astray.
There were a lot of great actors in wonderful Westerns, such as"Gunsmoke", "Have Gun, Will Travel", etc. There were comedy showswith people like Lucille Ball, Louie Nye, Ann Sothern, Ozzie &Harriet Nelson. There were drama series such as "Highway Patrol"with Broderick Crawford. There were good shows… for children such asMy Friend Flicka, Fury, Sea Hunt, etc. The shows then were muchbetter than the majority of the shows today! (MORE)
There was China Beach about the Vietnam war that ran between 1988-1991.. There was also "Tour of Duty" that ran 1987 - 1990, about at the "tours of duty" of several members of a platoon during the Vietnam War.
The first television broadcasts were experimental, low resolution (30 line). The first "real" programme broadcast in 405 line resolution was by the BBC in 1936; broadcasting to around 100 viewers in the London area. It was a variety show starting with a song ("Here's looking at you"), which became t…he name of the programme. (MORE)
Jon (so he spelt it_ Gnagy was the television art instructor. a variety of kits and books of his(Learn to draw) program were marketed long after the show had packed it in, and folded up its easel!. I think its Arthur
'Lidsville' was made in 1971 by Sid and Marty Croft (H.R. Pufnstuf and The Bugaloos) and starred Butch Patrick (Eddie Munster) as a boy who falls into a magician's hat and finds himself in a land of living hats. There was also a British animated series about a land of hats called 'Hattytown Tales'.
yes ! Halloween is usually when they started to air. Because of theamount of people who watched them they decided to start airing itagain. Its on Cartoon Network around 430 pm Monday to Friday
It depends on the country and what those countries class as "child-safe TV shows". Top children's TV shows, depending on country, range from: . Ren & Stimpy . Tom & Jerry . Tiny Toon Adventures . Sesame Street . Inspector Gadget . Rugrats . Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles . Kenan & Kel . Te…letubbies . Barney & Friends . Thomas The Tank Engine . Noddy . Hey Arnold . Power Ranges . Pokemon . Paddington Bear . Pingu Unless you specify a country, this cannot be accurately answered. (MORE)
The only Frog I can think of as a cartoon character or a puppet on kid-vid would have to be Kermit the Frog from Sesame Street. the durable Muppet was originally not a true frog but a ( Frog-like creature). The name Kermit is of Germanic origin and refers to the Spring. there was a KermesFest or Spr…ing Fair in Leipzig, Germany inthe old days. Kermit was one of the sons of Theodore Roosevelt, not to get political, certainly an outdoorsman type. (MORE)
Yes!. In the 1970's it was a TV show in the UK. It was a "how things work" type of show which had 4 presenters. Each had a speciality, science, nature, etc.. The theme tune was an Indian chant and ended with all the presenters holding up their right hand and saying "HOW".. The presenters were cal…led Jack Hadgreeves and Fred Dinage. Check out..... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zS1-aoUNBbE (MORE)
Yes - I remember it well - we watched it in the moring before school . But I have never been able to find out any info about it. I am not sure if there was a specific character by that name but Yankee Pankee the name of the show. I would not be surprised to find out that it was done by Jim Henson or… somebody associated with him as some of the puppet characters were very muppet-like. (MORE)
Usually yes since they are names and therefore proper nouns. Of course it is always best (and easiest) to simply refer to the show the way it is refered to in advertising: basically the way it refers to itself. Then you can never go wrong.
TV stands for Television. Tele is Greek for 'far', and the Latin word visio means 'sight'. Therefore, TV, or Televison, means 'far sight', as it allows you to see images not immediately in front of you.
The first television show broadcast on TV was in 1936 called "The Queens messenger". It was broadcast to just 4 television sets. The first television show broadcast on TV was in 1928 called "the Queens messenger" it was broadcast to just 4 television sets.
LOL. There were dozens of them. You are going to have to give a few more clues.
anything perverted like shows with strong sexual contente or strong language.. anything perverted like shows with strong sexual contente or strong language.. anything perverted like shows with strong sexual contente or strong language.
Mash, Welcome Back, Kotter, Maude, Good Times, All In The Family, The Jeffersons, Kojak, Cannon, One DAY At A Time, Chico & The Man, Barney Miller, Fish, Different Strokes, Beretta, Police Story, Policewoman, Starsky & Hutch , & Taxi.
I'm guessing maybe "Alien Nation.". After a lot of searching..... Space Precinct. Great intro music (You Tube)
Recently there was a two-part history of surfing documentary called Bombora. Also check out Blue Water High.
arguably the closest to this category was the seasonal ( Here Comes Santa Claus out around l962 and on the Scranton area channel 2l. ( this may have been a purely local show) the title character interviewed kids about Christmas gifts- as would be expected and all of the commercial advertisers were t…oy manufacturers. it appeared to be broadcast from a ( santa-land) adjoining a Toy department in a major store. Of course this was a purely seasonal thing, but it ran about a half hour- in a category by itself. (MORE)
What 90's children's animated tv show was there a group of children coming alive in each others dr dreams?
its called potsworth and co. i used to love this programme when i was younger
There were many Let us take the decade as a whole: Winky Dink and you had art lessons with some sort of tracing device that fit over the Tv screen and was sold extra (May have posed hazards), on a more convenitonal angle was the long running Howdy Doody Time, Shari Lewis ( various titles, original s…aid to be facts and fun, something of a quiz-show backdrop, Whiole not kiddy programs per se, kids did watch the lighter westerns such as Roy Rogers, Lone Ranger, and the modern, flying cowboy- Sky King. Captain Kangaroo set up shop in the mid fifties and broke many longevity records. One problem with early kid vid, was with the exception of cartoons, almost all action took place indoors, and this is/was something of a handicap. This was true of Howdy Doody ( who used Puppets, as did the later Winchell-Mahoney time), Captain Kangaroo ( while not a cartoon character, he frequently ran cartoons, such as Tom Terrific- Bahp- Punk, bucketa bucketa bucketa- Bing! a shape-shifting superhero. (MORE)
There used to be a tv show in the 90's that featured a man who used to teach children how to draw He put the pencil to his forehead and yelled draw draw draw What was this show called?
The show was called "Imagination Station" with Mark Kistler. He is still drawing to this day!
The show you're thinking of MAY be "The Imagination Station with Mark Kistler." It's been YEARS since I saw it last but I know Mark in person, and while I haven't seen him in years either, I remember him always telling his students to draw, draw, draw and shade, shade, shade!
What I know about this TV show. There is a boy about 13 named Jack, and a girl named Charlie. In one episode Jack loses his condom and his parents blame each other for cheating but never say it directly. Eventually they find out with him. there was a sheriff that everyone is mean to (playing pr…anks) and in one episode charlie slept with him. Another episode jack and his friend pass out because they were accidnelty given rum. They get called the booze children after that. A Halloween episode was about the main character (ya don't know his name) and he plays pranks on everyone, so his wife gets the whole town in on a big prank.. i know this is vague but if it seems familiar can you tell me the name (MORE)
Search on YOUTUBE.COM its amazing just search old childrens shows they also have lots of old commercials for instance the very first McDonalds commercial. You can find anything on www.youtube.com
The call letters of the TV Station on the TV Show "All Of Us" are: KJSB
HowdyDoody is the first children's show made exclusivelyfor TV. It aired from December 27, 1947 until September 24, 1960.
His only continuing role in a television series was "The FreshPrince of Bel-Air" (1990-1996). He did guest spots on other series.
its depends on the show and children age . there are the few advantages for children like attantion learning about the tv
Alfred J. Kwak (1989-1991) was Dutch television cartoon series that has been dubbed into many languages and was/is popular around the world. See below for related links.
I wonder that too my little bro loves that show! I feel so bad for him! :(
avatar the legend of aang is good, although it is quite a long series :)
The Electric Company 1971-1977: Actor Morgan Freeman played many character on this show; either his portrayal of Mel Mounds the disk jockey or Easy Reader the hipster is the one you are thinking of. I loved that show. Besides Morgan Freeman, it also featured Rita Moreno, Bill Cosby, Gene Wilder, Mel… Brooks, Joan Rivers, Zero Mostel, and a really great cast of regulars. (MORE)
I am one of those people you people call black... Martin Luther King was American and he was the person who gave freedom to us who are actually called unfair coloured. and you guys are fair coloured. I think we unfaired coloured people got to have our own TV shows because of Martin Luther King becau…se his goal was to free the blacks from racists everywhere in the world and how people treated blacks. His goal was for at least United States to be freed from racism but it ended up being the whole world there are still some people that don't even have a reason and are still being unfair to us... and they are being immature and mostly if they are adult and elderly people already. We have a free countries in some places. But now I know that there are still some places that don't want to be fair there is no difference just because of the colour of skin they are going to be rude and say rude things I don't think so but some black people do have good jobs like have TV shows like Oprah and Tyra banks is because those places actually are free countries and if you have a problem with them having freedom in doing that then you have to talk to the president of that country to do something... (MORE)
Yes, it was with two women, Miss Ellie and Miss Ettie . I remember they showed how to make a snowman out of laundry detergent and water. I sped down the cellar to the washer and dryer area and tried it out. I made such a mess it was hilarious. Well, it didn't work. The two women were Miss Mary Ell…en and Miss Eppie. I loved that show when I was a very little girl. (MORE)
Traffic in hazardous stunts and ideas- that might even be used for comedy on TV can become tragic in reality. Slapstick comedy will use sound effects such as a slide whistle with a descending elevator to suggest comedy. One can get sound effects to give the effect an incoming baseball screams like a… mortar shell which is not true- but is hazardous nonetheless. The tendency to make light of violence- in both dramatic and slapstick fashion is often taken too far. One piece of factual information- Juvenile suicides were practically unknown in the twenties and thirties ( juvenile crime is another matter- there were murders of children by children in the thirties) - but juvenile suicide was almost unknown and the Dr. Spock equivalents of the day almost rigoroushly denied its existence ( oh it must be an accident, Joe fell off his sled or bicycle, they almost totally DENIED even the idea of kids with suicidal tendencies! Times have changed. Television and comic books certainly have added fuel to this intensely stoked fire! (MORE)
Budd and Kelly Bundy and in season seven there is a new addition to the family a boy named 'seven'.
The name "Nova" is used in two senses, both because Nova is ascience program. Nova means "new" in its original sense and waslater adopted by astronomers to describe a bright, exploding star.
The TV series "ER" ran from September 1994 through April 2009, fora total of 331 episodes.
I love Lucy , Father knows Best , Our Miss Brooks , Burns & Allen , The Honeymooners , Leave It To Beaver , Gunsmoke , Bonanza ,
In my opinion, it is "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" (the American version) by a wide margin.
What Now is the longest running New Zealand children's television program. It premiered in 1981, uses different sketches in each segment and is broadcast on Sundays.
Razzle Dazzle was broadcast in the early 1960s by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. The CBC is Canada's national broadcasting company and can be compared to the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) in the United States.
Some brand names of flat screen tvs are Insignia, LG, Panasonic, Samsung, Sharp, Sony and Toshiba. Usually tvs are not named as such but do have model numbers such as the Samsung 40 inch LED HDTV whose model number is UN40EH5300F.