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Shenanigans was a children's television game show produced by Heatter-Quigley Productions that aired on ABC Saturday mornings from September 26, 1964, to March 20, 1965, and again from September 25 to December 18, 1965. The series began as local programming in New York City and later aired nationally on ABC. The show was similar to Video Village Junior, another program produced by Heatter-Quigley, which featured children as contestants moving about a life-sized game board.
Stubby Kaye, dubbed "the Mayor of Shenanigans", hosted the program, and Kenny Williams, known as "Kenny the Cop", was the announcer. Williams portrayed a similar role on Video Village.
The full moon on the 31st will be a Super Moon...a Blue Moon...and there will be a lunar eclipse! I think Mr Moon is just trying to show off! :)
Triple treat: Supermoon, blue moon and lunar eclipse all coming to a sky near you next week
I am looking to add some comedies to the old Netflix and similar accounts, so figured I'd throw this out there for discussion: what are some of you all time favorite comedies? And why? It can be from any era or type of comedy.