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Remembering Bill Thompson of KPHO's 'Wallace & Ladmo Show'

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    Wearing a beanie and armed with cartoons, "Wallace" burst onto the scene with his own show "It's Wallace" in 1955 and went on to create and sustain the longest-running children's TV show in America.More >>
    Wearing a beanie and armed with cartoons, "Wallace" burst onto the scene with his own show "It's Wallace" in 1955 and went on to create and sustain the longest-running children's TV show in America.More >>

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    Fans pay tribute to longtime KPHO kids' show host

    Fans pay tribute to longtime KPHO kids' show host

    Tuesday, August 12 2014 12:54 AM EDT2014-08-12 04:54:42 GMT
    Tuesday, August 12 2014 12:54 AM EDT2014-08-12 04:54:42 GMT
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    Fans and cast members paid tribute Monday night to the host of one of the longest-running, daily, locally produced children's television shows in American broadcasting.More >>
    Fans and cast members paid tribute Monday night to the host of one of the longest-running, daily, locally produced children's television shows in American broadcasting.More >>

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