WFLD Channel 32 - The BJ & Dirty Dragon Show (Part 6, 1972)

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Here's Part 6 of a rare surviving edition of Bill Jackson's The BJ & Dirty Dragon Show on WFLD Channel 32. This was from the original 2" quadruplex master tape. Includes:

Dr. Doompuss in the forest, with his henchmen FrankenWeird and Wolf Wally, proclaiming that "with our power, there's no stopping us" and promising that "our victims await us"; B.J. and the Box announcing the latest visit with the town monument Blob, who's unintelligible as usual (except B.J. manages to make out what he's saying), and B.J. shaping him into Wally the Wonder Horse, which The Old Professor sees taking shape; the Professor walks by the forest and is immediately followed by Doompuss and his "army"; B.J. finishes his transformation of Blob into the horse; the Professor is ambushed by Doompuss, FrankenWeird and Wolf Wally, and so transformed denounces the reshaped piece of clay as "silly," while Doompuss and his henchmen gloat over their first victim.

This aired on local Chicago TV some time between January and September of 1972.


Date Uploaded: 06/10/2012

Tags: 1970s   WFLD Channel 32   B.J. & Dirty Dragon / Gigglesnort Hotel   Kids' Stuff     




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Dr. Doompuss in the forest, with his henchmen FrankenWeird and Wolf Wally, proclaiming that "with our power, there's no stopping us" and promising that "our victims await us"; B.J. and the Box announcing the latest visit with the town monument Blob, who's unintelligible as usual (except B.J. manages to make out what he's saying), and B.J. shaping him into Wally the Wonder Horse, which The Old Professor sees taking shape; the Professor walks by the forest and is immediately followed by Doompuss and his "army"; B.J. finishes his transformation of Blob into the horse; the Professor is ambushed by Doompuss, FrankenWeird and Wolf Wally, and so transformed denounces the reshaped piece of clay as "silly," while Doompuss and his henchmen gloat over their first victim.

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