The Children's Hour

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The Children's Hour may refer to:

  • The Children's Hour (game), a game box containing three games (ABC Fishing, Peanut the Elephant, and Porky the Pig) for children released by Parker Bros in 1961.
  • The Children's Hour (magazine), a children's magazine published by T. S. Arthur and Son, Philadelphia in the 1870s.
  • The Children's Hour (play), a 1934 stage play by Lillian Hellman.
    • Its film adaptations, These Three (1936) starring Miriam Hopkins, Merle Oberon, Joel McCrea, and The Children's Hour (film) (1961), with Audrey Hepburn, Shirley MacLaine, and James Garner.
  • "The Children's Hour" (poem), a poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, published in The Atlantic Monthly in September 1860
  • The Children's Hour (later known as just Children's Hour), a BBC radio programme for children, broadcast from 1922 until 1964
  • The Children's Hour (radio), a BBC Radio 4 comedy programme
  • The Children's Hour (Australian radio), an ABC program incorporating The Argonauts' Club.
  • The Children's Hour (band), an independent band from Chicago
  • The Horn and Hardart Children's Hour (later known as just The Children's Hour), a radio and, later, a television program of the 1920s-1950s
  • The Children's Hour, a novelette by Jerry Pournelle and S.M. Stirling, part of the Man-Kzin Wars series
  • The Children's Hour, a novel, part of the Man-Kzin Wars series, an expansion of the novelette.
  • The Children's Hour (Boston children's TV series), a children's television show in Boston, Massachusetts
  • The Children's Hour (Dallas children's TV series), a long-running children's television show in Dallas, Texas, with host Bill Kelley
  • The Children's Hour, a 16-volume set of books containing stories appropriate for children and youths, published in 1953 and edited by Marjorie Barrows.