NYC-area TV/Radio

Junior Frolics / Junior Town Frolics
Local: WATV/WNTA TV Ch.13 Newark, New Jersey/NYC
(Junior Frolics: Monday-Saturday evenings 1949-9/12/1958)
(Junior Town Frolics: Monday-Saturday evenings 9/15/1958-1/15/1960)

Junior Frolics

Host/Performer: "Uncle Fred" Sayles
Cartoon features: "Out Of The Inkwell", "The Terrytoones", and "Gumby"

Contributed by Kids TV Kid

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Posted by chrisbroz at 5:00 pm (PST) on Tue February 3, 2015   
I stand corrected, Mr Nostalgia...thanx...I remember Koko, the clown. climbing outta the inkwell

Broz...great sir & group here...I thought most off my memories were either long forgotten among the rest of my generation or mistaken on my part...luckily they're mostly faulty memory on my part...I'm not COMPLETELY crazy after all...
Posted by Mr.Nostalgia at 1:23 pm (PST) on Tue February 3, 2015   

"Junior Frollics"/"Junior Town Frollics"was seen Monday-
Saturday evenings on WATV/WNTA TV Ch.13 in The Newark,N.J./
NYC viewing area from the late 1940's to 1960.
Posted by chrisbroz at 10:41 am (PST) on Thu January 22, 2015   
Thanx, Bob Matthews....I heard that story many years ago from my late dad...however in his telling it was the guy on TV that I was watching at the time (prolly WPIX TV outta NYC)....or was it???

CB in FL
Posted by Bob Matthews at 9:51 pm (PST) on Wed January 21, 2015   
CB, that was "Uncle Don."
And the story apparently is apocryphal.
Posted by chrisbroz at 7:26 pm (PST) on Thu January 8, 2015   
"Out of the Inkwell"...aka Koko the Clown...IIRC the same cartoonist who created Betty Boop...Max Fleischer...WHATTA GREAT CLASSIC!!! Uncle Fred...the same dude who's career was somewhat truncated after his infamnous "THAT oughtta hold the little bastards for a while" remark on an open a day when the 'open mike' night shtik wasn't yet popular...nor was the late Lenny Bruce...

CB in FL
Posted by Bob Matthews at 10:51 am (PST) on Mon November 25, 2013   
In NYC on Channel 13 they showed "Aesop's Fables" cartoons, almost all of which ended with "Farmer Gray" (aka Farmer Brown) holding a sack of money/gold/jewels (or so he thought), but when he opened it out poured hundreds of black mice that chased him off into the horizon and the farm animals laughing.

Such memories LOL.

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