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November, 1986 Letters


I wish to thank you very very much for the excellent selection of shows which you are offering this season. It has been quite a while since I've found a show I particularly like. I've been a devoted follower of "Scarecrow & Mrs. King" for the last four years & have only missed a few episodes.

Now you've come up with another absolute winner; "The Wizard". Even "Scarecrow & Mrs. King" hasn't moved me as this show does. You are to be commended for giving us such an excellent viewing choice.

I must admit, I'm not an avid fan of such serials as "Dallas" or any show which graphicly depicts one persons insincerity to another or sex or violence or marital discord. So it is with joy & anticipation that I can look forward to each Tuesday night for an hour of pure, enjoyable entertainment with a moral twist in each episode.

True, the show is perhaps a bit of fantasy & primarily for children, but it is so nice to have a positive show to see. For this hour each week, I totally forget my worries & troubles. In fact, I suspect "The Wizard" actually helps me put them into perspective.

If the show is as popular with children across the country as it is in my home, I truly feel that in time, children will again begin to use their imaginations & learn to understand people who are somewhat different from themselves.

I particularly like the fact that the star is a dwarf. It will help show others who may or may not be physically different that they may indeed move ahead to become great people with valuable contributions to make to society. The very fact that Simon McKay is so positive can only serve to have a positive effect on the minds of the shows viewers, either young or old (I'm 40).

I guess I'm partial to the fact that Simon always tries to find an imaginative, peaceful way out of trouble rather than resorting to the use of weapons or violence. Great!!!

I hope & pray that the show has many years of success in which to accomplish the good I know it is capable of.

Please keep up the excellence in programing. Those of us who depend on the networks for our viewing pleasure thank you very much. Keep up the good work.

Charlotte K., age 40, Phoenix, Arizona, USA - November, 1986

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