Hot Fudge Show (Part 4, 1974)
Here's Part 4 (the last part) of an episode of the Hot Fudge Show - which was produced in Detroit but also aired all over the country, including Chicago on WFLD, WSNS, and WLS, at various times during the 70's and early 80's.
This last segment features another Write-On! with the Groucho Marx type puppet and Seymour, The Mitts featuring Seymour and another puppet at the piano, and Arte Johnson and Seymour doing a final banter before the ending credits.
Hot Fudge Show
Starring Arte Johnson and The Mitts
Produced & Created by Bonny Dore
Directed by Mason Weaver, Ron Pearson and Lyle Rees
Associate Producers - Melinda Barnett and Cheryl Gross
Writers - Barry Hurd and Mary Phyl Godfroy, Cheryl Gross, Tom Ryan, and Russ Vogel
Creator of The Mitts - Bob Elnicky, Bob Taylor, and Jeff Howell.
Film Production Asst. - Mark Even
Music Written & Coordinated by Dan Yessian, Larry Santos
Music Produced in Cooperation with Sound Patterns DXM
Technical Directors - Harry Lenk and Zack Lee
Gorilla-G.O.Rilla - Ron Kleinstiver (??)
Holy Moley Players - Russ Vogel and Tom Ryan
Arte's Friend - Erik Leverenz
Produced in cooperation with Dept. of Psychiatry Sinai Hospital "Problems of Daily Living Clinic"
Executive Producer - Doug Kole
Despite what the IMDB entry and Wikipedia entries say, the show began in 1974, as this episode is from that year and is one of the first. It stars Artie Johnson (of Laugh-In fame) as host as well as the puppet characters known as The Mitts.
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