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Kids' Writes
Created byJim Mairs
Directed byJim Mairs
Dick Heller
Christopher Sarson
StarringJim Mairs
Wynn White
Carlo Grossman
John Rousseau
Steve Rifkin
ComposersJim Mairs
Steve Rifkin
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes17
ProducerChristopher Sarson
Running time30 minutes
Production companiesNickelodeon Productions
Warner-Amex Satellite Entertainment
Original networkNickelodeon
Original release1981 (1981) –
1983 (1983)

Kids' Writes was a children's program on Nickelodeon, running from 1981[1] to 1987. The main cast included Jim Mairs (who also acted as director/guitarist/vocalist), Wynn White, Carlo Grossman, John Rousseau, and Steve Rifkin.

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  1. ^ "The Times News (Idaho Newspaper) 1981-12-25". 1981-12-25.

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