Bozo The Clown - Bozo and the Birds download album
1949 Bozo And The Birds, Two Records and Book. Here is a rare Bugs Bunny and The Tortoise and Bozo The Clown original recordings. Vintage Bozo the Clown Record Book Lot Circus Rocketship Birds Farm. This set i ncludes 2 records in VG condition and complete picture book. Pinto Colvig plays Bozo with "a large cast" Bozo the Clown 'The Beast with the Least' Book and Record 45 RPM 1977. Great find in excellent condition. Album looks to have no scratches, almost looks never used. We are here at your service always!
Aliases: Bozo (4), Bozo El Payaso. Variations: Viewing All Bozo The Clown. Bozo, Bozo The Television Clown. Bozo's Circus Band (Album).
Bozo the Clown is a fictional clown character, created and introduced in the United States in 1946, and to television in 1949, whose broad popularity peaked locally in the 1960s as a result of widespread franchising in early television. The character was created by Alan W. Livingston and portrayed by Pinto Colvig for a children's storytelling record album and illustrative read-along book set in 1946.
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Bozo the Clown is a clown character whose broad popularity peaked in the United States in the 1960s as a result of widespread franchising in early television. The character first appeared on television in 1949 starring Pinto Colvig.