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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, October 12, 1952, Image 147

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WATSON AND BANS: She loughs at her own jokes
Look who s a star!
Baltimore’s TV audience has its
favorite star no, not Milton
Berle, Sid Caesar or Arthur Godfrey,
but a three-year-old baboon named
“Babs.” When Baltimore’s Zoo
Director Arthur Watson first inau
gurated his show, “This Is Your
Zoo,” he introduced Babs merely as
a member of the animal troupe. But
following his first program, mail and
telephone response was so heavy
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"HELLO, ladies and gentlemen. This is Bobs, your favorite ...”
Watson arranged a return appear
ance for Babs. Things have taken such
a turn that she has become the star
of the show, with Watson assisting.
Babe’s video success is not due
to any tricks or special training, but
rather to her talent for feeling at
home on TV. In fact, her ease before
the cameras is something many a
human TV headliner would wish for—
let alone her popularity.
Photographs by Allan Gould
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