Steampipe Alley

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Steampipe Alley

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Steampipe Alley is a TV show for children telecast from 1988 to 1993 on WWOR-TV. Mario Cantone served as host of this series that included guest stints of celebrirites, comedic routines, and contests for the audience. Cantone also played many characters such as Julia Children who taught kids how to prepare snack, Ciao Aldo who did mock ads for smelly perfumes, and Frank D. who sings his lessons, among others. Popular segments in the show included The Dream Date Game, Where In the World?, Cream the Teach, and Three Sewer Monte.

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Season 1 : Episode 2

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  • Mario Cantone is a force of nature.

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    This show which aired about 15 years ago (give or take) was a classic of weirdness and frenetic energy. The host would do things like ask the kid guests trivia questions, then have the winners of that section go on to run an obstacle course. This is almost normal—except most sets aren’t made of inflatable stanchions and crepe arrangements that will fall over at the drop of a hat, spilling the contestants onto the floor. And the host isn’t usually screaming at people and hurling toys over their heads while they run, all the better to make everything that much more difficult.



    Hysterically funny. If you manage to dig up a copy, you are a lucky human being.

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  • DVDs?
    Please. Some brave soul has to introduce this legendary show to home release.:DI can dream, can't I?
    07/10/06
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