Birthday House (1963–1967)

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Children's Television Show (live, 5 days). With a birthday boy and/or girl and their friends as on-air guests, viewers were engaged in games, songs, stories, craft-making, informational ... See full summary »


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16 August 2007 | dancing15bear
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| An amusing kids' show
I used to watch this show as a youth. It featured a bunch of kids having a birthday party. It was amusing enough. The most specific thing I remember is that the boom microphone was a character in the show, and each time it was introduced, Paul Tripp used to sing,

"Hi, Mike! Hi, Mike! I like to say, 'Hi, Mike!' Hi, Mike! Hi, Mike! I like you very much!"

I guess that speaks for the power of music, that I would remember that little ditty.

Also, each December, the show would feature commercials for "The Christmas That Almost Wasn't," which would show up in movie theaters as a matinée each year. The commercial featured the scene where the villain, Rossano Brazzi, would bellow, "Merry Christmas, I don't think!!" I'm pretty sure us kids dragged my poor mother out to see it two or three years in a row...

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