ZOOM, Series I; 307
A. Number for you. I. Mean the. Presentation of this program is made possible in point by a grant from General Foods cooperation and by public television stations and a grant from the Ford Foundation. Nice.
I might. Like. To meet. You. It was made possible by grants from McDonald's Corporation McDonald's restaurant
mom. And the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Yes it did by Pam say Lauren Illinois. Take a balloon and tied around your waist and tried to break you by sitting on it. No feel using your hands. Good luck. With. That. But. I can still. Say it was a lie. Oh please let me get up. God. I think. Here. Hold on you guys like to have people going to go. See you know writing about
what you want in a time. Yeah. But how close are we. What. Do you. Want. C-Six Yeah yeah. As a matter of fact the heaviest cat was 42 pounds. It was eight years old right. Now. The radio said it might rain today we are not rain on the east. Mantis in the north and in lasting tell you an American. And so most of the people who live here.
Later today there's going to be a festival we call the feast. And I'm going to be an angel in the feast that I am. Today. I just played out there. I want the ocean. Yes but. That's not my family really likes to get together feast days with extra clothes. I can't say if you don't want to be used as a family tradition. When my mother was a little girl she was an angel to my Uncle Jimmy teaches Italian which is good because I don't speak Italian very well but you know we didn't rehearse it. Yeah. You know Mary the only thing you do is you don't pronounce your religion. That's what they did
and she was fantastic. Just one more time. And she is OK. Oh I have good this time. When. I get. Some time. One of the nice part to the day you see you once again. Comes back to you know I think the men's room be. Open about.
Some fishermen found this statue in the water with a meant to be. Own home now. Thank you now. Oh. Oh Nan ho ho. Ho
ho ho. My great grandfather Speech years and years ago. It's supposed to bring good luck to the fishermen of the. Us. It's really had to be a danger. But I feel proud and I love doing
this. I feel plains all of us I'm knocking closer together. Oh. Yeah. Hey wait a minute. Isn't that the whole time. You want to try something. Here's a song I like and I told the others to try sing along with it. Just going to sing the first five after I say Oh
no. Wait I'm being. An actor and I don't like it very much. No. Oh Phil. I. Think I Am i am i am.
I'm leaving and I'm like. Well my how my. So obvious. That I love in public. I can't. Being pummeled however.
Yes he said. Yeah. As a matter of fact you know that the average person clicks his eyes 25 times and each blink takes one of us. Yeah I know. I was sure how to make a paper ball. I literally would tell you a story about it. But first here's how to make the Kuiper belt. A.
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And there's your paper boat. And now for the story. Once upon a time there was a boat sailing along a rough and rugged shoreline and this being a very boring trip someone fell asleep in the wheel house and there was nobody steering a boat. And so our boat smashed into some rough and rugged rocks that was torn off and this being very spring you would. It bounced back in the water and some men are afraid of rocks. I know Stern was torn off while the boat was sinking fast now everyone was dropping off on the rock that fell on the wheelhouse and crushed it. Why it didn't help any. I wanted authorities came flying in the morning to investigate the damage. All they found was the captain's shirt.
What. Is it. All right. I would go. But the boys play and our team pretty good
play. I may. Have had. That's good. Yeah they should play anyway. Yeah. Solution I really do want to look. Knowing Bobby Riggs years ago you know there's room. I wrote this poem in school and I thought you might like it. The other day when I went to the park there were many rides to see. Took the ride that most interested me. Growing old it started off with a roar. I don't want to go to the park again or take that ride new or. Not once have you or your mural of Monroe New York. The missing necklace sent in by Phebe Marr of our pine Alabama. One day Mrs. Pitt wanted her friends to come to a picnic lunch and she sent
each one an invitation. She made sandwiches and Kool-Aid which she put in the thermos to keep cold. Then Mrs. Pigg put on her purple dress and a marshmallow necklace. Soon everyone who lived there were three turtles the chipmunk the sheep and the cat all in their finest clothes. I like you had to speak told of friends and we like you and netlist they told you this is pig and a guest had lunch in the yard and when lunch was over she looked at Mrs. Pigg and gasped. And that place is missing the Chipmunks said I am a detective and I will find your necklace. Then he turned to the can. Yes. What were you doing with. Next he's taken. To get. This. And what about you turtles. What were you doing when the necklace was taken. We were eating sandwiches. We didn't take the necklace. You try the turtles. The
Chipmunk turned to the sheep and asked what were you doing when the necklace was taken. I was eating the mannish said the sheep. Finally the chipmunk turned to Mrs. Pig and asked what were you doing when the necklace was taken. Most mammals. I did my own lunch. One more layer of. My lamb is melamine and you can draw from say me I want to be named Michael or Daniel even if they are boys. Also I have a nickname a lot of really go broke you. This is one of their mourning in art. When I go to Turkey do you have any nicknames that was sent in by Melanie fresh from Valley Stream New York. Get right here. Right. Here. Our school the second door just classmates to us and all the girls had all had weird.
I wonder if you remember Michael Michael one place was kind of. I'm not. Before you say three. Yeah. As a matter of fact did you know that 1500 ladybugs weigh about an hour. If Boston were an avid buy ladybugs instead of people you could carry him on the 50 pound box. Ladies and gentlemen.
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- ZOOM, Series I
- Episode Number
- Producing Organization
- WGBH Educational Foundation
- Contributing Organization
- WGBH (Boston, Massachusetts)
- AAPB ID
- Series 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, #307
- Media type
- Moving Image
Producing Organization: WGBH Educational Foundation
Production Unit: Children's Programming (STS)
- AAPB Contributor Holdings
Identifier: 127053 (WGBH Barcode)
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