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The Adventures of Pow Wow the Indian Boy is an animated cartoon that played on the Captain Kangaroo show during the 1950's. The cartoon featured a pre-adolescent Pow Wow, the tribe's medicine man, and an Indian girl who was a friend of Pow Wow's. The cartoons were often centered on Pow Wow's discovery of an animal, hurt or otherwise, and his attempts to protect the forest and wildlife from various threats. When Pow Wow needed help in these missions, he would seek counsel from the wise medicine man.

Song Lyrics

The cartoon began with its theme song, the lyrics to which were:

Pow Wow, the Indian boy,
Loved all the animals and the woods;
Pow Wow, the Indian boy,
Loved all the animals and the woods;
Pow Wow was a friend
Of all the animals in the woods;
If there was any trouble,
He would help them if he could;
If Pow Wow couldn't help them,
He would go to the Medicine Man,
And he would tell them stories
Of just how it all began,
All began, all began. . . .

Episodes

  • Pow Wow and the Hungry Frog
  • Pow Wow and the Grasshopper
  • All's Well That Ends Well
  • Ruffy Rabbit and His Lucky Foot
  • The Snowshoe Rabbit
  • Sleepy Head
  • Pow Wow and His Lucky Duck
  • Pow Wow Builds a Canoe
  • The Beaver Boys
  • The Little Builders
  • Playin' Possum
  • The Bad Egg
  • The Magic Spigot
  • Why Burly Bear Likes Honey
  • The Magic Powder
  • Pow Wow Gets Even
  • The Giant Crow
  • Pow Wow in Bear Trouble
  • Kangaroo Mouse
  • Pow Wow's Picnic
  • The Beginning of the Fire
  • How the Bear Got a Short Tail
  • How the Fox Got His White-Tipped Tail
  • Pow Wow and the Shooting Star
  • Pow Wow and the Stork
  • Percy Pelican's Fish Dinner
  • Pow Wow and the Lil' Medicine Man
  • The Baby Sitter
  • How Ruffy Rabbit Got His Hop
  • The Tail of a Tornado
  • Pow Wow and the Junior Medicine Man
  • Turtle Trouble
  • Pow Wow and the Magic Moccasins
  • Pow Wow and the Duck Hunter
  • The Flying Saucer
  • The Pogo Stick
  • Pow Wow in Frog Jumping
  • The Treasure Hunt
  • The Eagle Feathers
  • Don't Fence Me In
  • The Vagabond Mouse
  • Burro'ing Trouble
  • Pow Wow's Day of Labor

Stations

Alphabetized by city.

Production, Animation, Scriptwriting, and Music Credits

The series was produced by Tempe-Toons and presented by Leo and Walter Minskoff. Its executive producer was Leon Marcus, and it was directed by Sam Singer. Tom Baron was in charge of the series' animation, and Ben Hardaway was its writer. The cartoon's music was produced by Monty Kelly.

Broadcast History

Pow Wow first aired on January 30, 1949. In 1956, it was broadcast on the popular children's show, Captain Kangaroo and was syndicated by Screen Gems.

More Pow Wow

More images and a summary of the Pow Wow cartoon series appear at the Toon Tracker web site cited in the "External Links" section, below.

External links

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