Captain Kangaroo


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A popular term for the chairman of a paediatrics department

Captain Kangaroo

Medical slang A popular term for the chairman of a pediatrics department. See Medical slang.
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Committee member Kathy Fadden got Paula Dean and former board president David Dunn was paired with Captain Kangaroo.
Short by today's standards, its length and shake-ability subjected the Beatles to remarks in The Times about "hair that never seems to be cut" and even a comparison to "the square hairdo used every morning on television by Captain Kangaroo.
Later cases have involved cultural icons including Jack Benny and Captain Kangaroo, Picasso and the Zapruder film, Mickey Mouse (used in a pornographic film) and Barbie (used by an artist in provocative poses, leading to one my alltime favorite quotes from a legal case: "To the court's knowledge, there is no Mattel line of 'S&M'Barbie"), Carol Burnett and Demi Moore, and Gone With the Wind and Harry Potter.
FOOT, Mandy Come Fly with Captain Kangaroo ISBN 9780734411952 SCIS 1524808; All Set for the Big Wet ISBN 9780734411969 SCIS 1540945 Lothian, 2011 unpaged $24.
Thinking about the singer, Waters travels down memory lane and unearths other boyhood heroes, like Clarabell, the clown on TV's Howdy Doody Show, played by Bob Keeshan, later Captain Kangaroo.
Another flight attendant's comment on a less than perfect landing: "We ask you to please remain seated as Captain Kangaroo bounces us to the terminal.
A deadly U-boat captain looks like an avuncular Captain Kangaroo with a meerschaum pipe.
On the other hand you had veterans of projects ranging from Captain Kangaroo to The Jimmy Dean Show, including a gang of puppeteers best known for making strange and funny ads.
Glines would go on to write for two well-known children's TV shows, Captain Kangaroo and Sesame Street.
a) Captain Kangaroo, the "Tabasco" head honcho, Bea Arthur?
Stewardess: "Please remain seated as Captain Kangaroo bounces us to the terminal.
Boop de do, boopy boopy do,'' sang Grossman, 73, crouching by the boy like Captain Kangaroo after a grueling operation on a 3-year-old girl burned head to toe by a scalding shower.