Bozo the Clown. I grew up in Chicago, Ill. so if you wanted to go this show there was a seven year wait for tickets good old WGN

Bozo the Clown. I went to see Bozo Circus in grade! I even played a game and won a prize that Bozo handed to me:-) (Joy)

The Bozo Show! Every Saturday morning when I was little, I'd get up at 5:30 am, make a bowl of chicken mushroom ramen noodles for breakfast, and watch Bozo!!!! Loved that show!!!

Famed Bozo the Clown, Larry Harmon, dead at 83

Bozo The Clown I loved Bozo growing up in the Bronx I would run home from school to watch the Bozo The Clown Show on channel 11 WPIX

Bozo The Clown....the reason I started to DESPISE clowns. Bozo creeped me out from the first time I laid eyes on him. To this day, clowns are to be avoided at all costs! No offense, clown lovers.

Bozo the Clown on WJRT-TV in Detroit, Michigan, portrayed by Frank Cady

The Bozo Show - Every morning we watch this while getting ready for school.

Cookie and Bozo. A lunch time favorite. We'd run home, eat, watch the Grand Prize game, then run back to school. This was before schools were uptight about off campus activities.

This was the one game I always wanted to play!!!

I LOVED watching Bozo the Clown's Grand Prize Game! I use to take my grandmother's pots and line them up and try to throw a ball into each pot like the Grand Prize game. Lol oh the memories of childhood.

what a frightening image-Bozo tv show

Bozo The Clown---Chicago TV station Channel was a kid favorite OMG I LOVED BOZO and then they had the bucket game at Chuck E Cheese

THE BOZO SHOW - Starting out as a cartoon program hosted by Bob Bell as Bozo, it began to take on it's Circus form in the early 1960's. In a 1961 WGN Broadcast trade magazine it describes the show, "There are live animal acts and guest performers alternating with games and prizes. Chicago children are released from school. a class at a time, not only to enjoy the spectacle but also to report on the manner in which a television program is put on!"

THE BOZO SHOW - Starting out as a cartoon program hosted by Bob Bell as Bozo, it began to take on it's Circus form in the early 1960's. In a 1961 WGN Broadcast trade magazine it describes the show, "There are live animal acts and guest performers alternating with games and prizes. Chicago children are released from school. a class at a time, not only to enjoy the spectacle but also to report on the manner in which a television program is put on!"

WANTED: Star Jar Gallery Collection by Treasure Craft "Bozo the Clown"

Bozo the Clown Limited Edition of 750 Cookie Jar made in Mexico by Star Jars/Treasure Craft

Bozo the Clown was a favorite character for many years.  His costume would be fun to make for Halloween.

The lack of wannabe Bozos is declining amid waning interest, old age and higher standards among employers. Here, Larry Harmon portrays Bozo the Clown.

1950s BOZO THE CLOWN Inflatated Punching Bag Toys and Woman In Factory by Christian Montone, via Flickr

I can't even decide which part of this photo is the creepiest.Bozo the Clown punching bag factory, toys.

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