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IT WAS TIME FOR BEANY BACK IN MY DAY!

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Time For Beany is a children’s television series, with puppets for characters,
which was broadcast locally in Los Angeles starting on February 28, 1949
and nationally (by
kinescope) by the improvised Paramount Television
Network
from 1950 to 1955. It was created by animator Bob Clampett,
who later reused its main characters for the animated series Beany and
Cecil
. The show won three
Primetime Emmy Awards for best children’s
show.

The Butter Rum Cartoon: TIME FOR BEANY AND CECIL

Stan Freberg talks about Bob Clampett's "Time for Beany" on the ...
Voice artist Stan Freberg was one of the puppeteer’s on the show.

Time for Beany (1949-1954)


Pictured from left: Daws Butler and Stan Freburg behind the wall.

Newspaper ad for personal appearance of Stan Freberg, 1951. Freberg was the voice of Cecil The Seasick Serpent on the show "Time For Beany".

Acclaimed satirist Stan Freberg dies at 88
Stan Freberg (Stanley Friberg) (August 7, 1926 – April 7, 2015)

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ANOTHER SHOW FROM THE MEMORY FILE

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You Asked for It is a human interest television request show created and
hosted by
Art Baker. Initially titled The Art Baker Show, the program
originally
 aired on DuMont /ABC networks  between 1950 and 1959. Later
versions of Later versions of the series were seen in 1972,  1981, and
2000. After ABC canceled the original show in 1959, various revivals
have aired in the decades since. One of the sponsors was Skippy
Peanut Butter along with Studebaker Automobiles.

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Art Baker (Arthur Appleton Shank)
(January 7, 1898 – August 26, 1966)

Baker was a film, television and radio actor.

Skippy Peanut Butter Ad From 1960 - YouTube

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HE WAS KNOWN AS THE SINGING COWBOY


TV’s "The Gene Autry Show" premiered on CBS July 23, 1950 with
91 episodes aired. 


Pat Buttram (left) as Gene’s side kick "Pat".

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Orvon Grover "Gene" Autry

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ONE OF THE GREAT SHOWS FROM TV’S PAST!

The January 2, 1960, issue of TV Guide unleashes the original CBS
“Gunsmoke” cast unguarded backstage. Left to right are James
Arness [Marshal Matt Dillon], Amanda Blake [Miss Kitty Russell],
Dennis Weaver [trusty sidekick Chester Goode], and Milburn
Stone [Doc Adams].

Gunsmoke, was TV’s longest running prime time, live action
dramatic series for decades.The television series ran for 20
seasons from 1955 to 1975, and lasted for 635 episodes.

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ANYBODY REMEMBER THIS MAN?

Door To Door Fuller Brush Man Keeps Selling | Here & Now

Alfred Carl Fuller began what was to become Fuller Brush Company in
a basement shop in
Somerville, Massachusetts. In 1906, he moved to
Hartford, Connecticut and founded the company.    

The company began with door-to-door sales of brushes of various
sorts, including hairbrushes with a lifetime guarantee for which they
are famous.

In January of 2018, Galaxy Brush of Lakewood, New Jersey, purchased
the name of Fuller Brush, including all trademarks and patents. Galaxy
Brush, now doing business as Fuller Brush, also acquired the iconic
and very famous name brand and trademarks of
Stanley Home
Products
.

Fuller Brush Company History 1906-2017 RIP
Alfred Carl Fuller
(January 13, 1885 – December 4, 1973)

Fuller Brush Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy - WSJ

                105 Best Fuller Brush images | Fuller brush, Brush co, Vintage ...

The Fuller Brush Company - Home | Facebook

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