The Kid Stuff Record we are taking a look at today is 1978's It's A Small World!
1978's Star Wars by the Kid Stuff Repertory Company is the subject of the latest Kid Stuff Records article!
The third album to be released by Kid Stuff Records was a Holiday album entitled A Family Christmas: Wonderama's Bob McAllister!
In the later life of the Code of Practices for Television Stations, the ethical set of standards set forth for television stations, Kaiser Broadcasting (and later Field Communications, which bought Kaiser in 1977) produced a series of shorts (approximately 30 seconds to one minute in length) called Snipets (pronounced "snippets").
Steve Martin is one of the greatest comedians and actors of our time - in my opinion of course. But to help prove that point check out when Steve Martin was performing stand-up for dogs!
If you love horror movies - especially those that made the scene in the 80's - check out the upcoming In Search of Darkness documentary!
Charlton Comic's Ghost Manor greeted you with tales or murder and mayhem brought to you by the likes of Steve Ditko, Pat Boyette, Sanho Kim, Nicola Cuti, Joe Gill, and Tom Sutton.
Ever wonder what Avengers: Infinity War would have possibly looked like if it had been released in the 80's?
As a kid in the early 80s I gravitated to the horror output from DC and Charlton. One of the finest was Charlton Comics was Monster Hunters. This comic gave us eighteen thrilling issues from 1975 to 1979, and later reprints from Modern Comics after the purchase of Charlton.
In the summer of 1978, Hoxie Bros Circus came to Secaucus, NJ. Luckily for us, someone captured the circus on glorious 8mm color film.