does anyone remember/have any information about a show from the seventies called “hot fudge”…consisted of puppets and a guy named larry.
also, any information on how to get copies of the “gigglesnort hotel” (might have been chicago regional)or early sesame street/electric company?
are there websites dedicated to childrens television of the seventies?
any insight is appreciated.
I think Gigglesnort Hotel was a regional thing. I grew up near Chicago. Bill Jackson, the host, had another show before that called Cartoon Town, which had a lot of the same puppet characters.
Yes there are sites devoted to almost any cartoon you can think of. Here’s one for the Electric Company:
Ah, good old Hotel Gigglesnort… One of my favorite childhood mind-numbers! Blob was my favorite character.
Anyway, try this link:
It’s got some good info. The site itself has a ton of things you may have forgotten about, as well. My girlfriend and I have browsed this site with nostalgia running out our ears.
Cafe Society is a better place for this thread than GQ, so I’ll move it.