Wee Willie Webber Colorful Cartoon Club

The Wee Willie Webber Colorful Cartoon Club was an after-school local children's television program which aired on WPHL-TV in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for ten years from 1965 to 1975. It was hosted by local Television/Radio personality Bill "Wee Willie" Webber. Webber was the first voice and face of WPHL-TV when it signed on the air on September 17, 1965. The show ran for 3–4 hours in the late afternoon (typically 3P-6P) and was one of the first successful programs on UHF.


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    publisher Pennsylvania Philadelphia WPHL-TV
    theme cartoon