The Calamities of Kalamity Kate | Fascinating Insight To The Golden Age Of Television | Filled With First Person Anecdotes | Humorous To Poignant Flashbacks | History Of Nebraska's Children's TV Shows

The Calamities of Kalamity Kate | Fascinating Insight To The Golden Age Of Television | Filled With First Person Anecdotes | Humorous To Poignant Flashbacks | History Of Nebraska&

The Calamities of Kalamity Kate | Fascinating Insight To The Golden Age Of Television | Filled With First Person Anecdotes | Humorous To Poignant Flashbacks | History Of Nebraska's Children's TV Shows

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Leta Powell Drake's nearly 50-year career in broadcasting in positions from program host to producer/director, began in Duluth, Minnesota. With her move to Lincoln, Nebraska in 1960 for post graduate studies, she worked at KLIN radio and KOLN-TV, staying at the latter for 28 years. It was during that period that she created Kalamity Kate, whose Cartoon Corral was a popular feature from 1967 through 1982. This book is a fascinating insight to the Golden Age of television, a veritable trip down memory lane, and is filled with first person anecdotes ranging from the humorous to the poignant.

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