The Uncle Woody Show

A Favorite Vintage Children's Show In Central and Southern California

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Welcome to the world of kids television in the 1960's and 1970's. Especially TV in Central and Southern California, where riddles  and knock knock jokes, prizes and cartoons is what made the kids hurry home from school and plant in front of the Television to watch Uncle Woody, Chester the Clown and a cast of zany characters whisk them into a fantasy world of fun and adventure.

 As Seen on  KMPH   KPLA  KBAK  KERO  CBS and ABC

The highest rated show ever in the 3:30pm - 4:30pm time slot with 40% of all television viewers tuned in to see Uncle Woody and the Gang

Uncle Woody

 

At the center of all of this in a red a white striped jacket, (for those of you who had color tv) and irrepressible smile and an wonderful way with kids, was Uncle Woody! He kept the kids entertained and interested all afternoon with a a collection of shows and cartoons, you just can get now a days

 

 

  • The Three Stooges
  • Sergeant Preston of the Yukon
  • Gumby
  • Speed Racer
  • Popeye
  • Felix the Cat
  • Gigantor
  • and much more

kbakNot only did Uncle Woody host the most amazing kids show on TV, he also had the biggest toy store in Bakersfield Woody's Toy Circus. Every kid dreamt of being locked in the toy circus at night, or riding down the street in the Uncle Woody Toy Circus Wagon. Trains. Dolls, Wagons, Building Blocks, Car Models, Skates, Bikes, you name Woody's Toy Circus had it!

 

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Uncle Woody George Day and Friend Chester (Daniel Pia) The Red Devil (Pam) Zippy

 

 

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Zippy The Clown  Rides  Circus Wagon

The Toy Circus!!!

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Eddy

Back in my days in Oxnard CA I used to come to Reedley CA to pick grapes. In the Afternoon I would get cleaned up and wait for the Uncle Woody Show. We had frozen Kool-Aid Pops and wait for the Three Stooges and Popeye on KBAK  Channel 29 in Bakersfield CA. I used to tell my mom when she picked me up to stop at the Uncle Woody Toy shop because he always give away good toys. Every summer I always looked forward to the Uncle Woody Show. I was 12 years old when I started watching him, now I am 51 years old and I am working for him."

 

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Both from mornings when I was little, and when I was older. He would laugh and say that between my Breyer horses and her Madame Alexander dolls, we were keeping the store open!
 It's great to find this page. I really miss Woody.

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