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  • Donalyn Dow

    Mr. Green Jeans Captain Kangaroo | Brannum as Mr. Green Jeans with Dancing Bear (Cosmo Alegretti) in 1960 ...

  • Peggy Lee

    During World War II, Hugh Brannum (Mr Greenjeans) enlisted in the US Marine Corps and joined a Marine band led by Bob Crosby. After the war, he joined the Four Squires, later moving to Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians; Waring's group had a regular radio show, where Hugh met fellow Marine Bob Keeshan, an employee at the station who would later hire Brannum for Captain Kangaroo.

  • Mike's Boarding House

    1960 Photo Hugh Brannum - (Mr Green Jeans) w /Dancing Bear (Cosmo Allegretti)-Captain Kangaroo Show / Arranger, Vocalist, Composer, Actor (1910-1987)

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