Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by John B, Dec 11, 2017.
Sadly, So much of NZ and your neighbour across the Pond's '60s TV has been binned.
Coming Up Rosie.
We lived in the Buffalo, New York area when I was a young child.
One of my earliest memories is watching this great Canadian show as a 4 year old.
Does anyone remember Pick A Letter with George Feyer, cartooning with just a felt tipped pen?
He did much more than just the kids' shows.
Canada's History - Canada's History
loved that show and it was repeated a lot in the Uk, Wojeck also springs to mind ( excuse spelling its from memory ) it was years later that i realised that was program i saw in the late 60's , i was about 8 or 9 and it was quite adult, it was the first time i ever heard the word abortion on tv.
Ah -- great! Thank you. A few times, I've tried Googling (what I mis-remembered as) Hello, Rosie. Now, I can sleep at night. ("Coming Up Rosie" is a much better title that actually makes sense.)
Longtime Buffalo news anchor Irv Weinstein dies at 87
Don Messer and Singalong Jubilee (with a very young Anne Murray) were weekly staples in my household. I loved Razzle Dazzle and The Forest Rangers and, of course, Hockey Night in Canada. The Trouble With Tracy is without a doubt the worst sitcom of all time. It's in a class of its own.
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