ZOOM, Series I; 412
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This program is funded by grants from the Donald's liberation Donald's restaurant run by public television stations. The Ford Foundation and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Was that a detriment of our society it is. Why speak there any introduction. Thank you thank you. Do you need a great privilege to be this evening's lecture on a new method to catch crocodiles catch your crocodile. All you need is a very large powerful and ordinary pair of tweezers. A. Matchbox. Very large boring. Go down to the river and start
and since the day is hot in the book you sleep. So I wake up on it. Oh. Excuse me. Soon the crack of the river to investigate. Peer over your shoulder and start to read the book and you fall asleep and when he does you wake up. Look at him to the wrong end of the telescope. Now when you appears very very much smaller they come up with a pair of tweezers and put them in the matchbox and then you have your crocodile. If you have a play already written or if you like to write a play especially for me write songs about Boston Mass 0 2 1 3 4. The. Man here is a game sent in by Rick a fragment of New York City. Each player has 10 means a straw and an empty
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Yes. I am. He you know he and I don't eat it. How long have you been sitting out there just watching TV not doing a thing. You haven't even wiggled your big toe I bet right. Well. Why don't you take some time out. And get some exercise. Yes you get some exercise. Stand up good yet can stand. Great. Great now let's stretch stretch what I write. Good good good good. Now why don't you exercise your neck muscles. Do it with me.
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come we just feel like going back. To some part that he had good from then and it takes about an hour to get out there grab right on through get out of it we have a lot of work. We have to run a crip trap and we have the pool you'd want to every time we go. It takes is a but the reality to run if you want to try. One of my main job is putting bait and trap. God in your the big. It's not that much different between the saddle the crib that I was hard to judge. You got to know which grip the way.
Every second or third day you go fish you know crib and. I know to what is right around here pretty good. I think the waterways used to be beautiful but now looks like everybody keened all over the world. I was for people who clean up the environment you know. You know fish. Chris. Thank you. Yeah. Then I think it's much.
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Help. When I grow up I like to be a commercial fisherman. The thing you know. About school I think the best schools. If I was going to school like you know I see a car. Yeah. And then you get the teachers you know. And they wouldn't have any computers or anything like that. And like the teacher would react to anything like the just right.
You know I think I just I think if somebody could I'd like to invent a machine that is like a teacher like a computer that teaches yourself that's for your brain because no person is you know really like I know it's not they're never going to find out how but a machine like a machine can itself. But you know. When I use calculators.
How did I write. My teacher you know just in first grade. And I feel very nice. You know. She good grades because she learned a thing you know. And I come you know because that's about the best I could do. So I got third grade and I had this really good teacher. She was nice but she was strict and she pushed me you know. Good. So you like my teachers. Yes but you know she she does.
Like if the kids start messing up she just you know she's doing it.
OK so this is a chance on my show. You put your right foot on the file view to life this right outside your in your left hand in front of you and you sit there and you tap your rifle at two times. Life change. Arms and legs. Wise. So now you change the other way. Right right. THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS like this but if I feel if I hear this. Yes yes OK so I think yes. OK. Self. Line so you go. ADA. Yes.
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- ZOOM, Series I
- Episode Number
- Producing Organization
- WGBH Educational Foundation
- Contributing Organization
- WGBH (Boston, Massachusetts)
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- Other Description
- "ZOOM is a children's show comprised of weekly half-hour episodes which showed what youngsters do and think. Seven ZOOMers hosted each episdoe, and the cast changed over run of series. ZOOM premiered locally as ""Summer-Do"" in 1970, and premiered nationally in January 1972. ZOOMers played games, told jokes, riddles (called Fannee Doolees) and stories and did crafts projects...and invited ideas from their audience. The result was an avalanche of ZOOMmail - in the first season, over 200,000 letters. Additionally, the Ubbi Dubbi language was invented by ZOOM."
- Zoom, #412
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- Moving Image
Producing Organization: WGBH Educational Foundation
Production Unit: Children's Programming (STS)
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Identifier: P02999 (WGBH File Number)
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