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Tuesday, September 16th, 2014
31 Years Ago Today

Here is break #1 of WFLD Channel 32's Son of Svengoolie show #218.

Includes the song, "Puttin' On the Boot".

Starring Rich Koz as Son of Svengoolie and Doug Scharf as Doug Graves, the piano player.

This aired on September 17, 1983.

WFLD Channel 32 - Son of Svengoolie - "Puttin' On The Boot" (Break #1, 1983)

Here is break #1 of WFLD Channel 32's Son of Svengoolie show #218.

Includes the song, "Puttin' On the Boot".

Original Airdate: September 17th, 1983.

Starring Rich Koz as Son of Svengoolie and Doug Scharf as Doug Graves, the piano player.

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That's actually very well written! Laughed out loud more than once.
Comment posted by OldTime on Monday, September 8th 2014 at 6:59pm.

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