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Howdy Doody

Howdy Doody aired on Saturday mornings between 1950 an 1954. Howdy Doody himself is a freckle-faced boy marionette (48 freckles, one for each state of the union), and was originally voiced by Buffalo Bob Smith. The Howdy Doody show's various marionettes were created and built by puppeteers Velma Wayne Dawson, Scott Brinker (the show's prop man) and Rufus Rose throughout the show's run. The redheaded Howdy marionette on the original show was operated with 11 strings: two head, one mouth, one eyes, two shoulders, one back, two hands and two knees. Three strings were added when the show returned—two elbows and one nose.

Episode Title [Total of: 5]CategoryRating
1 - Howdy Doody - 21 Min Segment
Episode date: 1952-8-9
Children Kids Shows
2 - Howdy Doody - Buffalo Bob Smith
Episode date: 1952-8-16
Children Kids Shows
3 - Howdy Doody - Excerpts
Episode date: 1950
Children Kids Shows
4 - Howdy Doody - The Kipper Factory
Episode date: 1954
Children Kids Shows
5 - Howdy Doody - Three Min Segment
Episode date: N/A
Children Kids Shows

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