Bob Keeshan, best known as Captain Kangaroo, has been inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters' Hall of Fame.
Keeshan, who created the award-winning children's show in 1955, accepted the NAB's highest award at its annual convention Monday in Las Vegas. He received a standing ovation.The six-time Emmy-winning "Captain Kangaroo" ran on CBS for 30 years - the longest-running children's TV show ever, the NAB said.
Keeshan got his TV start on the "Howdy Doody" show, where he played Clarabelle the Clown for five years.
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