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Daktari was a children drama television series produced by CBS that premiered in January of 1966. Daktari was an American children drama series about Dr. Marsh Tracy (played by Marshall Thompson) and his family and friends working as veterinarians at Wameru Study Center for Animal Behaviour located in East Africa. The series itself was a spin-off on a movie Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion that was released in 1965.

Daktari !! With Clarence the cross-eyed lion.

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Daktari : Clarence the cross-eyed lion, Judith , Luc, and Dr Tracy - Loved this show!

TVs came in cabinets, and often included a record player and radio, too. Note the Rabbit Ears antenna - we kids spent hours moving them up, down and sideways at our parents' direction, trying to bring in a perfect picture, and get rid of the static in the sound! (No such thing as a remote then - you had to get up and adjust things yourselves - that's why having a kid was useful : )

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