Howdy Doody and Buffalo Bob - Every Saturday morning our grandma would come over and bring us a baggie of candy and 25 cents each.  We would then sit and watch Howdy Doody and eat our candy while grandma visited with mom.

Howdy Doody and Buffalo Bob Smith; "It's Howdy Doody time.

Bob Keeshan had two pioneering roles in children’s television: as the original Clarabell the Clown on the Howdy Doody Show from 1948 to 1952 and, most famously, as Captain Kangaroo from 1955 to 1992. Keeshan died on January 23, 2004 at the age of 76.    Captain Kangaroo aired on CBS and then PBS for six decades earning numerous awards, including three Emmys.

Captain Kangaroo - we loved him anyway.and Grandfather Clock, and Mr. Green Jeans, and moose and bunny and those darn ping pong balls. Oh yes, Mr Kangaroo, we love you.

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Some of these old tv's were a tad before my time, but all we ever had when I was a kid was hand me down tv sets sooo, We did have these tv's when I was a kid!

Howdy Doody I would watch it at my friend's house because we didn't have TV. It was the only show I remember watching on TV until my later elementary years,

Howdy Doody I would watch it at my friend's house because we didn't have TV. It was the only show I remember watching on TV until my later elementary years,

The Howdy Doody Show was on NBC from 1947 through 1960 and was the first show of the day. It was also the first television show to hit the 2000 episode mark.  They came to visit us at First Methodist, Eastman!

Come on kids, it's Howdy Doody time! The Howdy Doody Show was on TV from 1947 until fall of 1960 - Buffalo Bob was the host with his 'friend' Howdy Doody.There was a silent clown character on it too named Clarabell Clown.

RARE 1954-1955 HOWDY DOODY Ice Cream Club Advertising Premium Toy Prize List -  Howdy Doody Childrens Television Show

1954-1955 Howdy Doody Childrens Television Show Advertising - Howdy Doody Ice Cream Club Premium Toy Prize List - RARE

Howdy Doody Childrens Television Show Advertising - Howdy Doody Ice Cream Club Premium Toy Prize List - RARE

1950s Tin Litho Wind-Up Howdy Doody and Piano....when I was a kid...I didn't like Howdy Doody...or Clara Bell...!

50 Fun Ideas for Your People Bingo Cards - List No. 3

Howdy Doody Memorabilia - Collecting Howdy Doody Puppets and Collectibles - "Doing the Howdy Doody" Tin Litho Toy

TV Guide June 25 - July 1, 1954 Buffalo Bob Smith & Howdy Doody :: "Hey Kids What Time is it"?

June 25 - July 1954 w/ Bob Smith & Howdy Doody :: "Hey Kids What Time is it"?

The Howdy Doody Show produced by NBC and Roger Muir was a wildly popular and beloved children's TV show in the 50's. Marionnette Howdy Doody came alive via a mechanism of 11 strings and voiced by ventriloquist Buffalo Bob Smith.

The Howdy Doody Show produced by NBC and Roger Muir was a wildly popular and beloved children's TV show in the Marionnette Howdy Doody came alive via a mechanism of 11 strings and voiced by ventriloquist Buffalo Bob Smith. I loved Howdy Doody♥

Clarabell Clown from the Howdy Doody Show in the late 40s-50s

Clarabell Clown from the Howdy Doody Show in the late played by Lew Anderson.

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