Smilin' Ed's Gang (1951– )

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This program pre-dates Andy's Gang and featured most of the characters from Andy Devine's show. Smilin' Ed McConnell had the Buster Brown Show on radio before moving it to television. When ... See full summary »


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19 October 2004 | RHColcock
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I remember this show and enjoyed it immensely. Andy Devine took it over at Ed's death, after his series ended "Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok" (1951). Sadly, the show was never as much fun after Ed, but Andy did a great job on his own. But what am I complaining about. Andy Devine was an old pro in the movies before and after. Those were the days of Crusader Rabbit and Winky Dink before the likes of Ruff & Ready ushered in an era of Saturday Morning cartoons. What I remember Ed & Andy's gang the most were the stories about the young men in India with the elephants. Very much reminiscent of Sabu in the Jungle Book and Elephant Boy.




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Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA

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