Bim Bam Boom


Bim Bam Boom

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show_name = Bim Bam Boom


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genre = children's television series
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starring = John Allen
voices = Rosemary Malkin
Sam Payne
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country = CAN
language = English
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location = Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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runtime = 15 minutes
network = CBC Television
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first_aired = November 18, 1955
last_aired = January 13, 1956
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"Bim Bam Boom" is a Canadian children's television series which aired on CBC Television between November 18, 1955 and January 13, 1956. The show featured three clowns, named Bim, Bam and Boom, who told fairy tales and performed. The clown Boom was a human actor played by John Allen. Bim and Bam were puppets controlled by Kitty Dutcher and voiced by Rosemary Malkin and Sam Payne.

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* [http://www.broadcasting-history.ca/programming/television/programming_popup.php?id=676 Bim Bam Boom] at the Canadian Communications Foundation


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