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J.P. visits Fisherman's Terminal, the Coast Guard and the Woodland Park Zoo
J.P. visits Woodland Park Zoo, Museum of Flight, Kenworth truck, Boeing P-12, Gais Bakery
This video appears to be some sort of promotional video for the show, possibly to woo potential sponsors during a time when viewership was declining. J.P. explains the premise, the time, the show's educational aspect and shows pre-taped clips including footage from the Kingdome, "Flying Peanuts" (the Kingdome's popular peanut vendor), Mount St. Helens erupting, the Ballard Locks and local glass blowers. It also features clips from the J.P. Patches Thanksgicing Special from 1979.
J.P. and Gertrude take their new extraterrestrial friend, "Y", to visit Farmer Fred (Joe Towey) for Thanksgiving dinner. Air date November 22, 1979
This video contains a Christmas Special from the 1970s which features Wayne Cody as the King of the North! Also included are several other Christmas episodes and miscellaneous clips.
This video features a psychedelic show opening from 1970, Ketchikan and Professor Wienner Von Brrrrrown (J.P. must have been on vacation in Clown Town), a bad joke from Mr Announcer Man about Ferdinand Magellan (too soon!), a Farrell's pie eating contest and random outtakes (including J.P. removing his nose, ears and hat after the show ended!).
In this video J.P. visit the Bethlehem Steel Company on 9/1/1981. Also included are several clips including some footage from the last episode before moving to the Mayor's Office, a visit from a pig from the Woodland Park Zoo, a Farrell's ice cream eating contest from the KIRO Food and Fashion Fair at the Southcenter Mall in the 70s plus several promos and random clips.
This previously lost footage, found at KIRO 7 in May 2015, shows J.P. filming segments for the show. It’s silent footage transferred from 16mm film.
In October of 1980, the show held an election for the Mayor of Pugetopolis between J.P. and Boris S. Wort. Needless to say, J.P. won the election by a landslide! So, J.P. Patches moved to his new set at the Mayor's office.
This video was made as a special request for a Patches Pal on the stage built for the History House in Fremont.
It's a shame to cover up your smile, but now you can wear the famous smile of J.P. or Gertrude! Sure to bring a spark of joy and nostalgia to all who recognize it! A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Seattle Children's.
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