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The Alvin Show

The Alvin Show originally aired as a Wednesday night prime-time television series for 11 months (October 14, 1961, through September 12, 1962) on CBS-TV. The program was based on the success of Ross Bagdasarian's novelty records that were issued by the Chipmunks. Interestingly, the name was not a derivative of the popularity of the Beatles, as Bagdasarian's rodent-related moniker dated back to his 1958 hit platter "Witch Doctor." The Chipmunks' insignia, Alvin, Simon, and Theodore were a nod to Liberty Record company.




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