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Performer: Pinto Colvig with OrchestraWriter: Pinto Colvig; Billy MayVocal with Orchestra; Children's Series. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. In fact, Bozo At The Circus was album BBX-34. The correct year for Bozo Sings would be 1948.
Bozo the Clown at the Circus. 10" 78 RPM 2 record album set with 40 page bound-in illustrated book.
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Tom and Jerry at the Circus Francis De Sales MGM Records MGM-51 (2) 10" 78RPM record album Total Time: 12:32. Launch Stream Download Zip File. Dumbo Walt Disney Productions Victor Records P-101 (3) 10" 78RPM record album Total Time: 17:39.
Colvig would go on to appear as Bozo on TV in 1949, making him the original broadcast Bozo. Actor Larry Harmon bought the rights to Bozo in 1956, and the franchise began, with Harmon licensing the character to dozens of TV stations around the country. Other actors to appear as Bozo in other TV markets included Willard Scott, who would go on to become the Today Show’s famous weather reporter. This Circus is the doggonedest phenomenon I have ever seen, Bell once said, according to WGN-TV’s archives. There’s always the satisfaction that you have done something for somebody that goes beyond the commercial aspects of the show. I love my work and enjoy making children laugh.
Vance DeBar Colvig (September 11, 1892 – October 3, 1967), professionally Pinto Colvig, was an American vaudeville actor, voice actor, newspaper cartoonist and circus performer, whose schtick was playing the clarinet off-key while mugging. Colvig was the original Bozo the Clown, and the original voice of the Disney characters Pluto and Goofy. In 1993, he was posthumously made a Disney Legend for his contributions to Walt Disney Films, including Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Fun and Fancy Free.
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BBX-34 - Bozo at the Circus - Pinto Colvig 78rpm album only, 2-record set. BC-35 - Rusty in Orchestraville - Rusty 78rpm album only, 3-record se. DC-78 - Sparky's Magic Piano - Verne Smith, narrator, with Ray Turner at the piano 78rpm album only, 3-record set. CD-79 - A Presentation of Progressive Jazz - Stan Kenton & His Orchestra 78rpm album only, 4-record set. DAS-80 - Walt Disney's Little Toot - Don Wilson & Starlighters.
|7-25023; Album DBX-114||Pinto Colvig, Billy May||Pinto Colvig, Billy May - Bozo At The Circus (2x10", A C)||Capitol Records||7-25023; Album DBX-114||US||1946|
|DBX-114||Pinto Colvig||Bozo At The Circus (2x10")||Capitol Records||DBX-114||US||1949|