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Bozo: The World's Most Famous Clown
Genre Slapstick comedy and Animation
Created by Alan Livingston
Written by Alan Livingston
Charles Shows
Homer Brightman
Paul Fennell
Larry Harmon
Carl Kohler
Directed by Paul Fennell
Larry Harmon
Jerry Hathcock
Ed Solomon
Anatole Kirsanoff
Brad Case
Volus Jones
Tom Baron
Voices of Larry Harmon
Paul Frees
Theme music composer Gordon Zahler
Alec Compinsky
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of series N/A
No. of episodes 157
Executive producer(s) Larry Harmon
Producer(s) Paul Fennell
Theodore Ticktin
Running time 5 minutes
Production company(s) Larry Harmon Pictures
Original release 1958 (1958) – 1962 (1962)

Bozo: The World's Most Famous Clown is a 1958–1962 American animated television series based on the children's record book series, Bozo the Clown by Capitol Records. This series was produced by Larry Harmon Pictures, which began syndication in 1958. Lou Scheimer, of Filmation fame, was the art director for the series. The voice cast includes Larry Harmon starring as Bozo, with Paul Frees as the narrator.

A total of 157 five-minute shorts were produced: 20 in 1958, 85 in 1959 and 52 in 1962.


The animated adventures of Bozo and his adolescent sidekick Butch as they journey to crazy, wild and exciting places.

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