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WCIU Channel 26 - Mulqueen's Kiddie A-Go-Go (Part 3, 1969)

Here's the third and final segment from an episode of Mulqueen's Kiddie a-Go-Go on WCIU Channel 26. (unfortunately they stopped recording early, before the show ended) Includes:

The kids dance to "Back in Love Again" by The Buckinghams for "Moldy-Oldy Time".

Commercial: Steven's Super Skates (Manufactured by Sekur All Corp.) - available at Klipper's Toys - 1314 Waukegan Road in Glenview, IL. Dial PA 4-2040 (ending voiceover by Elaine Mulqueen)

Beginning of the "Animal Twisters" game - featuring "Mr. Hands" (Jack Mulqueen) (who sounds like the voice of Moople) before the tape ends.
:-(

Starring Elaine Mulqueen as Pandora. Directed by Drew Leach.

Note: this is presented as originally broadcast, in Black & White.

What a simpler time, eh? :-)

This aired live on local Chicago TV on Friday, April 25th 1969 during the 4:30pm to 5:30pm timeframe.

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"Back In Love Again" (which I actually have - Columbia single #4-44533 from 1968 - thus its qualifying for "Moldy Oldy" status) was the first single put out by The Buckinghams after they split from producer James William Guercio who'd produced their big 1967 hits ("Don't You Care," "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy," "Hey Baby (They're Playing Our Song)" and "Susan") and who later produced the big hits of Blood, Sweat & Tears and, more significantly, Chicago (the band, not the city ;) ). "Back in Love Again" was produced by Jimmy "Wiz" Wisner.
Comment posted by W.B. on Saturday, August 28th 2010 at 4:08pm.

I believe "Mr. Hands" is Jack Mulqueen.
Comment posted by Smctopia on Sunday, August 29th 2010 at 3:33pm.

Is that him? Wow. I've spoken to him on the phone a number of times but didn't know what he looked like back then.
Comment posted by FuzzyMemories on Sunday, August 29th 2010 at 7:37pm.

I love the Buckinghams. Met a couple of them many years ago which at the time was pretty cool. Hard to believe how far we've come when it comes to roller skating. I vaguely remember those types of roller skates, but by the time the mid 70's happened, I had the fancy ones with the stopper that I could take to the roller rinks.
Comment posted by LaPrincess on Sunday, August 29th 2010 at 8:58pm.

I swear Elaine/Pandora was sitting in the audience of a booksigning Jack Mulqueen did at my library but she didn't participate in the lecture. Fuzzy, when you talked to Jack, did he mention Elaine and why don't we hear more about her? I got the impression from his book that she got rather stressed out toward the end of the show...
Comment posted by Smctopia on Tuesday, August 31st 2010 at 9:07pm.

Mr. Hands and Pandora are Mr & Mrs Mulqueen.
Comment posted by TeleFrank on Saturday, September 4th 2010 at 12:10pm.

Love the two boys in Nehru jackets at 1:00!
Comment posted by HUdson 3-2700 on Wednesday, January 18th 2012 at 2:59pm.

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