Romper Room was a preschool children's program created by Bert and Nancy Claster in the USA (1953), which they later franchised in Australia (1963), Canada (1970), Japan (1963), Puerto Rico... See full summary »

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Romper Room was a preschool children's program created by Bert and Nancy Claster in the USA (1953), which they later franchised in Australia (1963), Canada (1970), Japan (1963), Puerto Rico (1971), New Zealand (1975) and the United Kingdom (1963). The sixth production was by NBN-3 Newcastle 1967 with Miss Anne, Miss Louise, and lastly Miss Kim. Other Australian TV stations that produced local versions of Romper Room were ATN-7 Sydney (February 1963), QTQ-9 Brisbane (October 1963), ATV-0 in Melbourne (1964), SAS-10 Adelaide (1965) and TVW7 in Perth (1966). By 1974 it was to expensive for Fremantle International to continue to produce so many version. The ATN-7 version Sydney became the national Romper Room with Patricia Godfrey from the Brisbane Romper Room taking over from Susan Jamieson. Helena Bailey took over from Patricia Godfrey in 1979. Megan Sjoquist took over from Helena Bailey in 1987 and continued on as hostess until the show was axed in 1988. Written by Paul Kennedy

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