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|Birth date:||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Education:||Temple University, University of Washington|
|Spouse:||Mary Louise Jones|
|1||Studied pupetry with two puppet theaters. One of the puppet theaters was sponsored by The University Of Washington in Seattle, Wa., where Mr.Britten was a student. He performed with these two puppet theaters and later on he took puppetry lessions with Mr. Frank Parris (The first head puppeteer/puppet maker) for "Puppet Playhouse Presents"/"Howdy Doody". Mr. Britten made his NYC TV debut as the second head puppeteer and cartoonist on "Jolly Gene & His Fun Machine" on WJZ TV Ch. 7 in NYC in l954. The show was seen weekday evenings on WJZ TV Ch. 7 in NYC from Monday September 21, 1953 to Friday February 25, 1955.|
|2||Succeeded Herb Sheldon as the third host/performer of WABD TV Ch. 5 NYC's "Looney Tunes Show", which was seen Saturday nights on WABD TV in NYC From Saturday August 9, 1958 to Saturday August 30, 1958. Britten also became the second host/performer of WABD TV Ch.5 NYC's "Bugs Bunny Presents which went out weekday evenings on WABD TV in NYC from Monday August 4, 1958 to Wednesday May 2, 1959.|
|3||Performed as a clown for a gas station franchise in Seattle, Wa, in l953. He later performed as "Prof. Oakey Doakey The Clown" with Ringing Brothers, Barnum & Bailey Circus at NYC's "Madison Square Garden" during the spring of 1954. Britten was also the third host/performer of WJZ/WABC TV Ch. 7 NYC's kids TV show "Time For Fun!" weekday afternoons from Monday December 31, 1956 to Friday August 1, 1958. Britten MC'd "Time For Fun!" as "Johnny Jellybean".|
|Square One Television||1992||TV Series||Floyd Snerd|
|Mathnet||1992||TV Series||Floyd Snerd|
|The Bill||1989||TV Series||Area 2 Serial|
|Once Again||1987||TV Movie||Organist|
|Bozo's Big Top Circus!||1961||TV Series||Bozo|
|Bozo's Cartoon Circus Lunchtime Show!||1961||TV Series||Bozo|
|Bozo the Clown||1959/II||TV Series||Bozo|
|Time for Fun||1953||TV Series||Johnny Jellybean|
|Husbands||1970||performer: "Blood on the Saddle" 1930 - uncredited|
|Wonderama||1955||TV Series||Himself - Co-host (1958)|
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