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Howdy Doody

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishHowdy DoodyHow‧dy Doo‧dy /ˌhaʊdi ˈduːdi/  the main character of a US television programme for children called ‘The Howdy Doody Show’, which was especially popular during the 1950s. Howdy Doody was a puppet with red hair, who was dressed like a cowboy. Many people in the US remember that the programme always began with the words ‘It’s Howdy Doody time!’ and that the children who were present while it was being filmed were called ‘the Peanut Gallery’.
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