Bozo's Circus

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WGN Chicago (ended 2001)

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Bozo's Circus was the Chicago-produced version of the classic children's TV show that debuted in the 60s. For a long time, many cities had their own locally-produced "Bozo" show. However, the WGN version known as "Bozo's Circus" was the best-known one, and eventually became The Bozo Show in 1980. Bozo's Circus debuted on September 11, 1961. Starring Bob Bell as Bozo, the show was an instant hit. It would continue to be a hit and outlasted all the other "Bozo" shows. It went national in 1974, and became The Bozo Show in 1980. Following the retirement of Bob bell, Joey D'Auria (best known as "Dr. Flame-O" on "The Gong Show") assumed the red yak haired wig in 1984. In 1993, the show was re-formatted as "The Bozo Super Sunday Show" until the show's ending in 2001.
Joey D'Auria

Joey D'Auria

Bozo The Clown II

Ray Rayner

Ray Rayner

Oliver O.Oliver The Hillbilly Clown

Robin Eurich

Robin Eurich

Rusty Nails The Carpenter Clown

Andy Mitran

Andy Mitran

Professor Andy

Frazier Thomas

Frazier Thomas

Circus Manager/Announcer

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