Wallace and Ladmo Show Left a Legacy, and Now Grown Men Are Fighting Over it

Wallace and Ladmo Show Left a Legacy, and Now Grown Men Are Fighting Over it

The beloved Wallace and Ladmo Show was a Valley staple from 1954 to 1989 for children of all ages. But now two middle-aged men,  Official Wallace and Ladmo Fan Club owner Chris Williams and former CEO of the Wallace and Ladmo Foundation Pierre O’Rourke, are fighting over how to protect the show's legacy. The only living cast member, Pat McMahon, is amazed people are still obsessed with the show that stopped airing 29 years ago. 


The beloved Wallace and Ladmo Show was a Valley staple from 1954 to 1989 for children of all ages. But now two middle-aged men,  Official Wallace and Ladmo Fan Club owner Chris Williams and former CEO of the Wallace and Ladmo Foundation Pierre O’Rourke, are fighting over how to protect the show's legacy. The only living cast member, Pat McMahon, is amazed people are still obsessed with the show that stopped airing 29 years ago. 
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