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Stéphane Dumas

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Message par Stéphane Dumas le Dim 2 Aoû - 9:48

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camp_Cariboo


Camp Cariboo is a Canadian  children's television program that aired on several CTV  stations from 1986 to 1989, lasting for a total of five seasons. The show is best known for its rerun  stint on YTV  from 1989 to 1997.


Premise

Camp Cariboo grew out of the summer camping experiences of Tom Knowlton and Mark Baldwin, as well as the producer and co-creator Janis Nostbakken and directors John Matlock and Paul Francescutti. The series was produced at CKCO-TV  in Kitchener, Ontario , and filmed in part on location in Ontario Camping Association camps. Hosted by Tom and Mark, each show featured real kids along with a variety of short skits, riddles, songs and stories, all portrayed in the setting of a fictional summer camp. Viewers took part by sending in their jokes, riddles and challenges that were shared during mail call time in the camp office.
An audio CD called "I Love Camp Cariboo" has been produced by the Cariboo team and is available on iTunes.[1]

Main characters

Tom and Mark were the main characters of the show. Most episodes featured the two in interactive songs and sketches with kid-campers and in how-tos and comedy bits. Tom and Mark had alter-egos, "The Keeners", a couple of ageless campers so intent on coming back to camp each year that Tom and Mark gave them their moniker. In reality, the clips were in fast motion so that their voices would sound higher. The Keeners appeared in segments sharing camping tips taken to extremes and punctuated by one-liner jokes and groaners. Their popular theme song, I've Got a Head Like a Ping-Pong Ball, became a cult hit and a generation of kids grew up reciting the cariboo credo: "We'll follow the path where the cariboo walked, Our cariboo headgear is off, on, locked!" The coveted eyes-and-antlers ball caps worn by the Keeners were featured in an exhibit at the Waterloo Region Museum .[2]  Another regular character was Uncle Wes (played by Tom) in a segment called "Woodsy Wisdom". Wes would usually make appearances around the camp fire telling old stories and offering camping advice.
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Camp Cariboo 1985 episode with Tom Knowlton and Mark Baldwin CKCO-TV Kitchener

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Message par Stéphane Dumas le Ven 15 Jan - 9:06

Video and Audio quality is very bad. the tv station was a low power independent station and it was very hard to tune in it's signal. sorry about the commercials.


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