|Title:||A Treasure House Of Best-Loved Children's Songs|
|Category:||Pop / For children|
|Other format:||WAV VQF AHX AAC MOD MIDI TTA|
|A1||Button Up Your Overcoat|
|A3||Say Si, Si!|
|A4||Row Row Row Your Boat|
|A5||She'll Be Comin 'Round The Mountain|
|A8||March Of The Toys|
|B1||And The Green Grass Grew All Around|
|B3||The Erie Canal|
|B4||I Went To The Animal Fair|
|B5||One More River To Cross|
|B6||The Bear Went Over The Mountain|
|B7||In The Good Old Summertime|
|B8||I Love A Parade|
|GLP 25||Bob Keeshan, Captain Kangaroo||Bob Keeshan, Captain Kangaroo - A Treasure House Of Best-Loved Children's Songs (LP)||Golden Records||GLP 25||US||1958|
|A198:25||Captain Kangeroo*||Treasure House Of Best Loved Songs (LP, Album)||Golden Records||A198:25||US||Unknown|
|GLP 25||Bob Keeshan, Captain Kangaroo||Bob Keeshan, Captain Kangaroo - A Treasure House Of Best-Loved Children's Songs (LP, Album)||Golden Records||GLP 25||US||1958|
|GLP 25||Bob Keeshan, Lumpy Brannum||Bob Keeshan, Lumpy Brannum - Captain Kangaroo's Treasure House Of Best Loved Songs (LP, Album, Mono)||Golden Records||GLP 25||Canada||1958|
Captain Kangaroo (real name: Bob Keeshan born June 27, 1927, Lynbrook, New York, USA – died January 23, 2004, Windsor, Vermont, USA) was an American television producer and actor. He created and played the title role in the children's television program Captain Kangaroo, which ran from 1955 to 1984. Aliases: Bob Keeshan. Variations: Viewing All Captain Kangaroo.
Captain Kangaroo is an American children's television series that aired weekday mornings on the American television network CBS from October 3, 1955, until December 8, 1984, making it the longest-running nationally broadcast children's television program of its day. In 1986, the American Program Service (now American Public Television, Boston) integrated some newly produced segments into reruns of past episodes, distributing the newer version of the series on PBS until 1993.
Keeshan produced many albums over the years via Golden Records and Columbia Records including Captain Kangaroo Introduces You to the Nutcracker Suite and A Treasure House of Best-Loved Children’s Songs. 49. Captain Kangaroo was racially diverse. This was a big deal back then and Captain Kangaroo was one of the first racially-integrated children’s shows. Some even consider it to be the first kids show do to this.
Treasure House Of Best Loved Songs. Cover, Media grading. The Golden Orchestra. Directed By. Mitch Miller.
While Bob Keeshan and Captain Kangaroo became synonymous with one another, Bob Keeshan was actually pretty well known among the younger audience before his very long run as the Captain. Keeshan starred as Clarabell the Clown in the NBC sitcom, Howdy Doody, from 1948 to 1952, becoming well acquainted with the youth of America from that time. Some of the tracks include, Captain Kangaroo Introduces You to the Nutcracker Suite, and A Treasure House of Best-Loved Children’s Songs. Bob Keeshan’s Career. It’s hard to believe, but Bob Keeshan actually started his career as a studio page boy. Keeshan absolutely worked his way up the social and professional ladder of show business. Keeshan was initially employed by CBS as a page boy, he was paid so horribly that Buffalo Bob Smith gave him more money from his personal stash after each episode of Howdy Doody wrapped.
Songs: 7. Artist: Bob Keeshan. Songs: Bob Keeshan - Captain Kangaroo March 02:09. Bob Keeshan - It's Another Be-Good-To Mommy Day 03:11. Bob Keeshan - Dance-Along Zoo 07:58. Bob Keeshan - Tootlepiper's Band 02:36. Bob Keeshan - Train Ride Square Dance 02:15. Bob Keeshan - The Dancing Bear 02:40.
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Robert Keeshan, better known as Bob Keeshan, was an American actor, writer and producer. He gained fame for the creation and portrayal of Captain Kangaroo on the long-running children's TV series of the same name. He went on to reprise his role on different television shows throughout his career. The multiple Emmy Award-winning actor was known for his incredible work in the field of children’s educational entertainment. Some of his most notable roles included Clarabell the Clown on the ‘Howdy Doody’ show and Mr. Peavey on ‘The Jeff Foxworthy Show’. The veteran actor also produced several.
Unlike many other children's programs, Captain Kangaroo was not filmed before a studio audience and did not include children in its cast. Keeshan wanted nothing that would come between him and the children in his television audience and so spoke directly to the camera. He also personally supervised which commercials could air on the program, and promoted products, such as Play-Dough and Etch-a-Sketch, which he saw as facilitating creative play, while avoiding those he felt purely exploitative.