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  • Anthony Williams

    Daktari-Clarence the Cross-eyed Lion. 1960s TV series.

  • Scott Phelps

    Who remembers this show? My Dad and I loved to watch this show. His name was Clarence (the lion). Guess what my name was? Doctari - tv show - Bing Images

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