I still have my key, complete with string so I could wear it around my neck. And you had to have shoes like oxfords, so that the clamps on the roller skate had something to hold on to. The skates would fall off, otherwise. We skated all over town, not thinking about safety then.
Yes, I just looked up Bill Cullen, he had polio when he was 18 months old, and when he was older, he was in a car accident, so he never could walk well after all of that. They did hide it well, I remember reading about that in an old TV Guide, many people that worked in TV didn't even know that about him, because he was seated or standing near where he would sit down.
Remember "Beat The Clock", "Name That Tune", "Concentration", used to watch all of those when as a kid we had to be home because of sickness, and they didn't want you in school with a cold. Daytime tv was sure different then. I wasn't old enough for Soap Opera's yet.
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lol, now that's a good memory, yes, Mr. Whipple, lol, I knew someone who had a Boston Terrier named Mr. Whipple, lol. Thanks for the memories! I remember that tv show, too, wonder if those two actors are still in the business, they come and go, I suppose.
Remember the guy in the grocery store who wouldn't let you "squeeze the Charmin"? I don't remember his name, too lazy to look it up, because I have to go somewhere, but I still see his face. I don't even know if they still sell "Charmin" bath tissue, or, as we normal people call it, toilet paper.