Shenanigans (game show)
Stubby Kaye, the host of the show.
|Format||Children's game show|
|Developed by||Milton Bradley Company|
|Presented by||Stubby Kaye|
|Narrated by||Kenny Williams|
|Country of origin||USA|
|No. of episodes||39|
|Executive producer(s)||Merrill Heatter
|Running time||30 Minutes|
|Production company(s)||Heatter-Quigley Productions, in association with Four Star Television|
|Original run||September 26, 1964 – March 20, 1965
September 25 – December 18, 1965
Shenanigans was a children's television game show that aired on ABC Saturday mornings from September 26, 1964 to March 20, 1965, and again from September 25 to December 18, 1965. The show was a revival of Video Village, produced by Merrill Heatter and Bob Quigley, and also featured a life-size game board. The series began as local programming in New York City and later aired nationally on ABC.
Game play 
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Much like Video Village, children stood on a giant game board. A button was pressed that stopped a set of flashing lights with the numbers one through four, and the children advanced on the game board that number of spaces. After landing on a space, the children answered a question or performed a stunt, earning "Shenaniganzas", scrips that could be traded for items from the Top Value Stamp Catalog. Possible prizes were also suspended from the ceiling in the studio.
Most of the spaces on the game board were references to popular board games by Milton Bradley (such as Operation), who served as the show's sponsor. In 1964, a board game was published by Milton Bradley as a companion to the show.
See also 
Similar game shows that came after Shenanigans:
- "Shenanigans Game at http://boardgamegeek.com". Retrieved 24 August 2011.