ZOOM, Series I; 324
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Film is made possible by grants from McDonald's Corporation and Mike Donald's restaurants Fong and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Lots and lots of you have written in asking to see some of your favorite song segments again. Here is some of them. This is from Nancy how would a desk Plaines Illinois. I'd like to see one of you take turns trying to do this stunt. Stand up spread both legs apart. Now. Try to touch the floor with your chin. First one to do this is the winner. I can do it.
That. Doesn't. Track. I mean that you don't bend your leg. Yeah I know I know. Well maybe much. Is impossible. You know. The ground has a small ranch on Friday let's hope it's a small town.
It's about 25 miles from where I live with my family. In the wintertime when I go out there and spend the weekend out on the train. Because I really like to help him. Sometimes this road out here is nice and not too bad there were raids or schools or anything yet to get muddy and it's too bad if it stalls to actually take it out. My grandfather raises cattle and horses for the rodeo. Sometimes I go through my grandfather's curtain sometimes he buys you cattle horses to take him down there.
He just the amount of cash. For him for a rodeo. So you think about Corey. Well Miss Ingate report. Will be a great idea after. You. Say. Oh. Yeah. Oh that's good then right. Sometimes I practice writing a book. It's two years after round. Surgery. Right. Right right. Right right up. But I want to save some time right. And the calf is not
so large. Because you don't hear. You ready. Yeah. You want the first time I rode 20 $16. Yes. OK. Oh. Yes. Get on my good ride this time. OK OK. Oh you're right. Your grandfather has about 45 horses and he he
bought from the Indian reservation. He said. That. Right. Away. Do you know where hed check you. Because she was limping on it. Look at her. That's just my thought when you. Go
home. Raimunda they would tell you about big night Charles boy. You know about 18 years ago. Coming down my route I can you know horseback with me and I grew there and he got no one thrown rocks and he killed it was a big oh yeah sure. I think we got rattled there somewhere there in the
rattlers the way we mean by were playing around the crowd goes rouse thinking this crap in the cast. And our dog lady she went over there. God love us and save me from getting bit. We went and told them when they're gone rock killed the dog he saved your life. So you from getting bit anyway. Yes sir. That's pretty good dog will tell you about the time I stepped on my big rattlesnake. No he was under these gored by the arms and I couldn't see him and I just couldn't follow spot. Best friend I ever had you're secure. I got away for good bye. Here's an army of
California. It's had an apple split. Like Apple. If you take the half and you cut. So write this and you come out like mine. Take some spray that. You can use a kind that comes Can I use this put the left you know you can
just be plain. And so now it's like not if you have it. Your apple sprite. Oh I know that. I'm Dr. Erlich What happened to you. You broke your elbow. How do you do that. Thank you Phil. have a tray. Well I am. For the gas company it was realigned them to my right down to my knee. When that man felt like a slinky until everyone started talking about it and then it went
into the hospital. When did you do this how long are really three weeks time. Does it hurt now. No. They took me into his room and then they gave me kneeling they operated on me after the operation I stayed in the hospital for a week and then they are brainy again they put a cast on and then I got this and I'm going to take this off now OK. Have you ever had a cast taken off. We are seeing this is a casket. Ok this should frighten a little girl climbs in trees. Let me show you this just doesn't cut people. That did hurt.
The cast upon our right. And if you're lucky then today you will have to have a cast any more or we may put one on for another week or so. To look a little funny right. You try to bend it try to bend it. Was it worth of calling the track for you right now I'll tell you what we're going to go again next Friday just like you had when you came in right and that doesn't hurt does it. And then we'll see what the boat looks like. OK Narain you get up on the stretcher call me.
Watch that I won't know. What's. Going to move you a little bit. Hard to break this on the train do you. Know my little girl who fell off a church roof. You believe that chasing some boys up on the peak rose and fell right down. That's good. Okay fine. Let em stay by itself and there when they see us standing doing x rays. It really has been going up and then Shabana sideways because when she turns it on the BE A BIG. Girl. OK just restaurant me given. The extras just look like a bunch of nouns to me. What do you think of the thoughts. That you're all nuts over here that's a funny old lady think that. P. Yeah that's it that.
That's where you grow. OK well put the cast on you for one more week just to keep you from climbing trees. Let's keep you a bit enjoy being the hospital did you give me a present. Would you get a lot book came to let them know and Canon isn't me when I get a line needles me and my mom came to me every day and I got three needles. Now we're going to put the plaster on OK maybe a little wet and then spread the word. Only way I can be real can find that when I looked down my cast and you know what are you going to do you know draw on this cast him what he enjoyed and then you put one more on to really make it pretty you want to be a pretty cast like that couldn't go to school because the cast was on my right and man row with me
right now so I can write. OK we will leave this cast on for one more week and then we'll take it off for good. OK and then do you mind make your home will better and then we'll take it off for good. Is that a good idea and then you can go back to school and wear that tree climbing. Yeah OK. Even though. It's too nice to climb trees of snow not climb like the boys always think like they can run fast climb trees bank so. That's why I do it. Soon will resume after this important message. How by friends terrible dead they are by terrible Schabel yet will have multiple mother take over the death of XFL a bit. You have to rub the eggs at the end of a bubble about to make at each other head at a public that
him at intervals of a sudden I love it. And if you have a want to have a temple but be subject at it a level. You have a public have a flavor of a novel Stubber of Intel a stabbing of extra board of a number of B. Now back to zoom. Have. A bad night myself honor of have a tell Pa. one lonely night. A man was lying on his couch reading his paper. However the news was quite boring so he soon fell asleep. Shortly thereafter a robber caves snooping around the man's house. He the robber found the door was unlocked so I went inside. He saw a man sleeping on the coach. He tiptoed over to where the man was and knocked him on the head. We would wake up he went to work
looking for something to steal in the bureau. Suddenly. The phone rang. Robert quickly he's not. The man did not wake up. He's not even to achieve that. So the robber went into the full hall. It was his wife. Are you coming on for supper. How do you how many times must I tell you not to call me when I'm out whatever. I'm sorry but I you know I don't know wait and see. A good bottle. Hangs up the phone goes back to work. All of a sudden something hard hit his head. He falls to the floor. The mirror broken during the phone call and hit him with a nearby soda bottle. The police were soon there. Police get him out of here. This can lead to
Gander. Come on down to the station just a minute I'm alive I want to die as a number. Hello heinie. I won't be able to make it home for supper. Well can I reach you if I meet you. Same place you always reach me on a bad night. Thank you.
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- ZOOM, Series I
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- "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."
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