Mr. Wizards World
Don Herbert is the man. mmm hmm. a-HA. Basically, Mr. Wizard in a room with a young kid or kids showing them tricks with science. Long-running series.
Nick Rocks (Nick Jr. Rocks)
Music videos picked by kids. 1982-1989
Host - Joe from Chicago
Producer - Andy Bamberger
Out of Control
(Cut it out!)
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Great, goofy talk/skit show. Dave Coulier
(pre-Full House) Segments included "Adult Education",
"How Not to Do Things", "It's Probably True"
"Great Moments in Inventions","It's Alive", "Let's Eat", etc. 1984-1988
Dave Host of the show. Sat behind the desk most of the time.
Diz Large lunged, heavily made-up girl. Screeching
Hern Sleazy, egomaniac in a grey suit
Angela Blond-haired goofball.
Waldo Dorky-looking guy in glasses. Inventor.
Starring: Dave Coulier (Dave)
Diz McNally (Diz)
Marty Schiff (Hern)
David Stenstrom (Waldo)
Jill Wakewood (Angela)
Produced and directed by Bob Hughes
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Nicks first main program.
Sesame-Street like goings on, mixed with loads of often drab,
foreign short cartoons (from Canada and Eastern Europe mostly)
Used to run for around 4 hours until the afternoon. Whew. 1981-1989.
Pinwheel, pinwheel, spinning around. Look at my Pinwheel and see what I've found.
Pinwheel, pinwheel, where have you been? Hello, how are you, and may I come in?
Pinwheel, pinwheel, spinning around. Look at my pinwheel and see what I found.
Pinwheel, pinwheel, breezy and bright. Spin me good morning, spin me good night.
Jake and Kim Main guy and girl.
Sal and Smitty Ran the Daily Noodle newspaper. Sal the photgrapher, Smitty the writer.
Plus and Minus Bert and Ernie rip-off. Gotcha last
Luigi OBrien (and his talking vegetables) Italian puppet.
The Admiral Bird - Sal and Smitty would always try to catch it and photgraph it for their paper.
The Hobo-Bugs (Herbert & Lulu) Bro and Sis bugs. Known for their Hobo-bug Giggle Dance
Molly the Mole Squinty-eyed, little mole.
Orelia Fortune teller.
Silas the Snail Slow-paced guy who lived in his big shell.
Ebeneezer T. Squint Green guy, whose best friends are his weeds.
George James (Jake)
Arline Miyazaki (Kim)
Dale Engel (Smitty)
Betty Rozek (Sal)
Jim Jinkins (Other voices)
Rated K: For Kids by Kids
Movie reviews and discussions amongst a panel of three teenagers.
Reggie Jacksons World of Sports
Salute Your Shorts
Great, fun show about a bunch of kids at a
summer camp (Camp Anawanna). Ran for 26 episodes from 1991-1992
and continued on syndication
for a good number of years.
We run. We jump. We swim and play. We row
and go on trips.
But the things that last forever are our dear friendships.
Camp Anawanna, we hold you in our hearts.
And when we think about you (it makes me wanna fart)
Its I hope we never part. Now get it right or pay the price.
Now we will share a lifetime of the fondest memories.
By the lake of Anawanna Sat in the old pine trees.
Camp Anawa- , we hold you in our hearts.
And when we think ab- (this thing, it came apart)
Think Anawanna-wanna, speak Anawanna-wanna
Live Anawanna-wanna. Ug!
Kirk Baily (Kevin "Ug" Lee)
Megan Berwick (Z.Z. Ziff)
Michael Ray Bower (Eddie 'Donkeylips' Gelfen)
Danny Cooksey (Bobby Budnick)
Venus DeMilo (Telly Redford)
Tim Eyster (Sponge Harris)
Heidi Lucas (Dina Alexander)
Erik MacArthur (Michael Stein)
Blake Soper (Ronnie Pinsky) replaced Michael midway through
Produced by Propaganda Films
The world of skateboarding. Hosted by Matthew Lynn (now Matthew Lillard) co-hosted by Skatemaster Tate. Good stuff, interviews, etc. 1990
Standby... Lights! Camera! Action!
Thorough, behind-the scenes look at various current movies, w/interviews. Hosted by Leonard Nimoy. 1982-1984