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Sally Baker is a retired American children's television program personality. After a career working in television news as a weather girl, she hosted the live-action children's show, Hobo Kelly, which first aired on KTTV in Los Angeles in 1965, and later aired on KCOP in the same city, until 1973.
She was the creator of another children's live action show called The Froozles, also known as The Land of Frooze, which aired on KHJ (now known as KCAL-TV) channel 9 in Los Angeles from 1970-78. The Froozles featured a pig-tailed, tomboy character named Muffin and her puppet friends, who were made to resemble children of different ethnicities. A recurring skit on the show featured a different set of moppy-haired puppets of a simpler design telling jokes through doors in a wall à la Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In.
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