Animals, Animals, Animals

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ABC (ended 1981)

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Animals, Animals, Animals

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Animals, Animals, Animals was an informational children's program that was part of ABC's Sunday morning lineup. In each episode, one type of animal would be featured in skits, stories, a song written and sung by Lynn Kellogg (who also did the theme song) & commentary by ABC News reporter Roger Caras. Hal Linden hosted this show at the same time he was starring in "Barney Miller," also on ABC. This series was produced by the same people who created "Make A Wish."
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  • I like the animals.

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    Animals are the cool creatures of nature. They sit out in the sun in most cases for hours on end, only getting up to scavenge or hunt for food. In that case, they go in packs to lessen the work load or even just sit still waiting to pounce on any creature that comes close. How lazy can you get? Eat, sleep, eat, sleep, eat, sleep--I am so envious.



    Did you know the slowest animal in the world is a Sloth? His name even comes from the seven deadliest sins. When you look up lazy, the dictionary probably has a picture of the sloth to represent it.moreless
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  • Great way to teach kids without them even knowing!

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    What I remember most about this show was Hal Linden, acting as a kind of Emcee, introducing us to the various segments of the show. He always looked like he was very comfortable and enjoying the show.



    Ok, so this show was on on Sunday midmorning, when about the only things on were evangelists, news shows and non-english programming. We all lapped this up with a gusto, starved as we were for some entertainment to go with our Puffa Puffa Rice, or Capt. Crunch! I often waited anxiously for this and "Skippy, the Bush Kangaroo".

    (Sunday's were such borrrring days.)



    Even so, it was very entertaining and soon had you engrossed in the eating habits of African lions, or Mexican tarantulas. It was a clever blend of cartoon, live action, song and music, and good old fashioned facts.

    Each show centered on a featured animal and told you all you wanted to know about it in all kinds of different ways. I am sure they didn’t want this to be a simple and dry recital of facts. They made sure of keeping a your attention by changing up the tempo and sound of the presentation, engrossing you.

    You were learning something and you weren't even aware it was happening.



    What a great way to teach a kid!

    It's a shame they don't have this kind of show on anymore.

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