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Sandy Becker net worth, biography and wiki:George Sanford Becker (February 19, 1922 – April 9, 1996), who was known professionally as Sandy Becker, was a television announcer, actor, and comedian who hosted several popular children's programs in New York City. The best known of these was The Sandy Becker Show, which ran from 1955 to 1968 on Channel 5 WABD-TV and WNEW-TV. Wikipedia
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|1||By all accounts, he was a man who genuinely loved children and was concerned for their welfare. On principle, he would never do commercials for any product a child could not use, and on November 27, 1963, the Monday after John F. Kennedy's assasination, Becker went on the air to try to explain to the kids just what had happened in a way they would understand.|
|2||Best known on his WNEW TV series for his various comic characterizations: Simpleton Norton Nork, who did everything in pantomime, the windy Big Professor, and manic disc jockey Hambone, the latter given to outrageous costumes and off-the-wall poetry ("Cut your grass so the ants can't pass.").|
|3||He wrote, produced and manipulated his puppet characters in an hour long puppet version of Charles Dickens "A Christmas Carol". It aired on WNEW TV Ch. 5 in New York City on Saturday night December 23, 1961.|
|4||Hosted "Fun House" weekday afternoons at lunchtime on WABD TV Ch. 5 in New York City from Monday June 27, 1955 to Friday September 23, 1955.|
|5||"The Sandy Becker Morning Show" was on the air weekday mornings on WABD And on WNEW TV Ch. 5 in New York City from Monday September 26, 1955 to Friday June 7, 1968.|
|6||A graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, he was radio's "Young Doctor Malone" for many years before turning to TV work.|
|7||Sandy Becker served as the first host/performer of WABD TV Ch.5 NYC's "Looney Tunes Show", which ran weekday evenings from Monday April 11, 1955 to Tuesday July 8, 1958. He was the first host/Performer of "The Bugs Bunny Theater" which was seen Friday nights on WABD TV Ch.5 in NYC, from Friday September 14, 1956 to Friday September 6, 1957.|
|8||Children: Joyce, Annelle, Curt.|
|Go Go Gophers||1966-1968||TV Series||Ruffled Feather / Sgt. Hokey Loma / Corporal Crimp / ...|
|The Beagles||1966-1967||TV Series||Stringer|
|Captain America||1966||TV Series||Captain America Steve Rogers|
|The Marvel Super Heroes||1966||TV Series||Captain America (1966) (uncredited)|
|Gene Hattree: The Trap||1966||TV Short||Gene Hattree (voice, uncredited)|
|King Leonardo and His Short Subjects||1960-1961||TV Series||Mr. Wizard the Lizard / Black Bark / Gag Participant / ...|
|The Adventures of Robin Hood||1955||TV Series||'Wildroot' pitchman in original US airing|
|The Jack Benny Program||1954||TV Series||Commercial Announcer|
|The Sandy Becker Show||1953||TV Series||Host / Hambone / Norton Nork / ...|
|Robert Montgomery Presents||1953-1955||TV Series announcer - 42 episodes|
|Wonderama||1955||TV Series||Himself - Host (1955-1956 & 1957-1959)|
|The Jack Paar Tonight Show||1961||TV Series||Himself|
|Armstrong Circle Theatre||1954-1955||TV Series||Himself - Host|
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