To counter a drop-off in subscriber stations during the MMC's third year of syndication some new material was produced by the studio and edited together with recycled footage from the fifties. The mainstay of this new material was "Professor Wonderful", who would later have much greater success on Australian television under his own name, Julius Sumner Miller. This clip from 1964 shows him demonstrating oscillation to a largely passive audience. It also includes some of the last footage Jimmie Dodd ever made. Jimmie's segment was shot on videotape then edited to film, giving it a different quality than the rest of the new material, which was filmed at the studio.
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