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    • Clara Andrews

      Kiterick , every child in channel 13 viewing area loved this catwoman in the 1950s she hosted a children's show.

    • Cindy Vincik

      Kitirik Houston Channel 13 I went to her show on my birthday!

    • Debbie

      And who can forget Kitirik?  When KTRK-TV channel 13 was just starting out in Houston, Texas, and needing a mascot, they came up with a black cat since they were the unlucky 13. Bunny Orsak answered an ad for the fledgling station in 1954.  A contest won by a viewer gave her the name by putting  "i's" between the station's call letters, KTRK. I got to be on her show on my 5th birthday!!!!!!! dlk

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