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Jack Bohn
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A big 4 1/2 hour block of stuff I remember from childhood. For me "remember" meaning the feeling of, "Wait... haven't I seen this somewhere before?"

Anybody know how these got to US TV in the late '60s or early '70s? PBS? Blocks sold to syndication, or even a network?
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Dare I hope this will include the likes of "Barbara Allen" and that one about the Devil taking a farmer's scolding wife?
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Jack Bohn
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This is all on the edge of my awareness, but that looks to be Sing a Little(1951).

http://onf-nfb.gc.ca/en/our-collection/?idfilm=17392

And no, it's not there, possibly because it's dimensional animation. Better luck next time!
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Paul Gibney
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I was just thinking about this one last week. Anyone remember:?

Log Driver's Waltz
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Dave Kopperman
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This is the first thing to make me regret not having cable in some time.
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Trevor Krysak
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My favorite

Hearing the narrator brings me back to when I first started seeing these in the early 80s. Great way to learn about Canadian history and see different forms of animation.

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