Wild Record Collection

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The Wild Record Collection is a public access television program featuring stuffed animals. The program is shown weekly on Manhattan Neighborhood Network in New York where it began in 1995. It was created by Tony Arena who often goes by his pen name Anonymous Boy.

Plot[edit]

Each episode usually starts out with the host of the show, Snuffles the Bear as he talks about his vinyl record collection. He plays cuts from the songs featured on the record label while dancing to them with his friends.[1]

References[edit]

  1. Information about Wild Record Collection on the Pawpet Livejournal Retrieved July 12, 2019

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