Capt. Jim's Popeye Club
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''Capt. Jim's Popeye Club'' was the name of two local (but unrelated) children's programs in the United States that featured ''Popeye the Sailor Man'' cartoons, combined with live hosts and segments. Both versions were produced by Cox-owned stations WPXI/Pittsburgh and WSB-TV/Atlanta.
The original ''Capt. Jim's Popeye Club'' was a local Pittsburgh children's television series that ran on WIIC-TV (now WPXI) and was first played by Jim Sanders, who was later replaced by Ted Eckman, who used the name "Jim" instead of "Ted" was because another person was using the "Captain Ted" name. The "Captain Jim" show is further asserted to have been broadcast from 1959 to about 1965 in an after-school time slot with Popeye cartoons, with this version of the show running for an hour. The puppetry was done by Jim Martin, who also played the role of Bimbo the Clown in the show's final days in the early 1970s. Martin later became a puppeteer for ''Sesame Street''. The second version was a half-hour show broadcast starting in 1970 and running for "a few years." This show ran in the early-morning hours targeted for pre-schoolers. It contained the syndicated series "New Zoo Revue".
The series was described as a "classic" in 2005, by Bob Karlovits of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Ted Eckman was playing the role of Major Ted at WKBN in Youngstown Ohio when he was asked to come to Pittsburgh (1959) to take over Captain Jim's Popeye Club. (One of his daughters sent a note and some fotos to (TVParty ) several years ago)
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