Foodini the Great
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The show was originally titled The Adventures of Lucky Pup, but Foodini the magician and his assistant Pinhead proved to be so popular the show was renamed.
There were Foodini comic books from Holyoke Publishing, as well as records, greeting cards, toys, and magic sets. The comic books are named The Great Foodini, Adventures of Foodini the Great, and Pinhead and Foodini.
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- The Great Foodini (fan site)
- S. Berliner, III's Pinhead and Foodini Page (fan site)
- Pinhead and Foodini at the Paley Center for Media
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