The New Howdy Doody Show

The New Howdy Doody Show

  • 1969
  • 1 Season
  • 7.0  (40)

Say kids! What time is it? Well, in 1976 it was time for The New Howdy Doody Show! A new generation met Howdy and his friends that year, and now you can enjoy them again! Featuring songs, gags, and the peanut gallery, it's as good as you remember!

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Peanut Parade: Episode 5
20. Peanut Parade: Episode 5
 
Another great episode includes Sandra Witch interrupting a game of SImon Says, and Clarabell introducing Buffalo Bob to a new invention: the "video cassette."
Peanut Parade: Episode 4
19. Peanut Parade: Episode 4
 
Buffalo Bob and the gang read letters from a massive bag of fan mail; Happy Harmony sings a tribute to Clarabell. (We'll bet you know the words!)
Peanut Parade: Episode 3
18. Peanut Parade: Episode 3
 
Mayor Bluster and his nephew sing the opening number; Flub and Tommy Turtle try to read cue cars, which leads to a song about the power of words.
Peanut Parade: Episode 2
17. Peanut Parade: Episode 2
 
The peanuts sing the opening song and tell jokes; Sandra Witch and Mayor Bluster sing a duet, and Clarabell and Happy Harmony bring back their magic act!
Peanut Parade: Episode 1
16. Peanut Parade: Episode 1
 
This episode showcases the talents of the peanut gallery, but Mayor Phineas T. Bluster doesn't like the idea!
Grab Bag: Episode 5
15. Grab Bag: Episode 5
 
More fun with Happy Harmony as she sings a duet with Buffalo Bob, assists Clarabell in his magic act, and helps lead the peanut gallery in a game of Simon Says!
Grab Bag: Episode 4
14. Grab Bag: Episode 4
 
Happy Harmony is the star of this episode. She sings a duet with Sandra Witch, and tries to explain song lyrics to Flub and Dilly Dally!
Grab Bag: Episode 3
13. Grab Bag: Episode 3
 
Captain Scuttlebutt makes an appearance, while Happy Harmony and Buffalo Bob lead the peanut gallery in a singalong!
Grab Bag: Episode 2
12. Grab Bag: Episode 2
 
It's more fun with the Doodyville grab bag! Happy Harmony sings; Clarabell does tricks; and Buffalo Bob interviews Inspector Fadoozle.
Grab Bag: Episode 1
11. Grab Bag: Episode 1
 
Inspired by cards pulled from the mystery grab bag, the Doodyville gang cuts loose with jokes riddles, games, and songs!
Glory Grits: Episode 5
10. Glory Grits: Episode 5
 
Happy and Glory have to deal with winning and losing once a country music talent scout chooses between them. But friendship always prevails in Doodyville!
Glory Grits: Episode 4
9. Glory Grits: Episode 4
 
Happy Harmony and Glory Grits try anything to impress a visiting talent scout, even if it means ruining their friendship.
Glory Grits: Episode 3
8. Glory Grits: Episode 3
 
Glory Grits wants to be a country singer, but her new friend Happy Harmony isn't happy about sharing the spotlight with her.
Glory Grits: Episode 2
7. Glory Grits: Episode 2
 
Corny Cobb's niece, Glory Grits, turns the Doodyville gang into a hillbilly band. The results are crazy!
Glory Grits: Episode 1
6. Glory Grits: Episode 1
 
A country music mogul (who looks a lot like a famous Kentucky Colonel) comes to Doodyville scouting for talent.
Doodyville Documentary: Episode 5
5. Doodyville Documentary: Episode 5
 
While Howdy deals with the pressures of stardom, Clarabell learns the truth about Hollywood producer Waldo Dizzy.
Doodyville Documentary: Episode 4
4. Doodyville Documentary: Episode 4
 
Howdy returns to Doodyville after an absence, but now he demands star treatment. Not even Hollywood producer Waldo Dizzy can calm him down!
Doodyville Documentary: Episode 3
3. Doodyville Documentary: Episode 3
 
Hollywood producer Waldo Dizzy tries to film a typical day in Doodyville, but ends up ruining everyone's day. Even Howdy storms out in a huff!
Doodyville Documentary: Episode 2
2. Doodyville Documentary: Episode 2
 
Hollywood producer Waldo Dizzy arrives in Doodyville, but the gang can't figure him out. He loves bananas, that's for sure!
Doodyville Documentary: Episode 1
1. Doodyville Documentary: Episode 1
 
The gang is thrilled when Hollywood producer Waldo Dizzy comes to Doodyville, but they must first learn a lesson in how to be themselves.
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Say kids! What time is it? Well, in 1976 it was time for The New Howdy Doody Show! A new generation met Howdy and his friends that year, and now you can enjoy them again! Featuring songs, gags, and the peanut gallery, it's as good as you remember!

  • IMDB Rating
    7.0  (40)