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Bob McAllister

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Bob McAllister
BornRobert Charles McAllister
June 2, 1935
DiedJuly 21, 1998 (age 63)
Manhattan, New York
Resting placeEastern Shore Chapel Cemetery, Virginia Beach, USA
CategoriesBooks by Bob McAllister

Bob McAllister (June 2, 1935 – July 21, 1998) had a career in children's television, starting with a morning shows in Norfolk, Virginia and Baltimore, Maryland.


In 1967, he became host of a syndicated saturday morning show called Wonderama in New York. He also created the award-winning network series "Kids Are People Too".[1]

McAllister received recognition in the magic field with numerous awards, including the "Magician of the Year" award from the Society of American Magicians.



  1. Obit - Genii 1998 September
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