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Sharing a wonderful story Since its premiere, the series with your children is a special has won three ACT (Action for kind of experience. One that Children's Television) awards, families need today more and one Gabriel award, for ex than ever. cellence in children's TV pro PBS-TV's "Once Upon A gramming. Plus a Peabody Classic" helps fill that need. It's award for production excellence a series of classics, stories par- and 13 Emmy nominations. ents can relive with their children These awards are satisfying, and, in a way, pass along to but thousands of families enjoy them. Favorites like "Rebecca of ing a great TV show together Sunnybrook Farm," "The Prince is the award we prize the and the Pauper," and most. As Marsha Allen, "Connecticut Yankee." Tempe, Arizona, puts it, That's why in 1976, "Thank you so much McDonald's® Local for these high quality Restaurants Association shows. My husband, began underwriting McDonald's my four children, this qualityTV series. I we love them!" ©1980McDonald's Corporation nMupopraent0 LEATHERSTOCKING TALES The life of an heroic frontiersman in the days when Americans, French and Indians were battling for possession of the American wilderness. Starts the week ofJan. 19. Check your local PBS TV listings. Presented on PBS by WQED/Pittsburgh with a grant from McDonald's Local Restaurants Association.