Bob Glaze (aka Cowboy Bob) born in 1942, first appeared on WTTV in 1963 on Jack Noel’s (Bloomington) Happy Valley Show.  He joined the WTTV staff on June 6, 1966 as a camera operator on the Bloomington-based Bob Cook's RFD-4 and The Bernie Nicolei Breakfast Show where he also appeared.  His first appearance in Indianapolis was with Mary Ellen Reed when he played Harley Slarp, her boy friend on "Popeye’s Diner".  He was known as "Mountain Dew Bob" on Janie’s show when they did a Mountain Dew jingle together.  That lead to a Parade with Janie in Columbus, Indiana where he was actually deemed "Cowboy Bob" by a local businessman. Don Tillman hired him to replace Mary Ellen Reed's Lunch Time Theater and his show premiered at noon on January 7, 1970. Chuckwagon Theater was born!

  New- Video Clips from the show! click here

Caricature created by
Joe Klemann of Hagerstown, IN


Hoosier TV legends to celebrate State Parks at the Indiana State Fair!
 Indiana television icons Cowboy Bob and
Sammy Terry, along with Smokey Bear, will make appearances at the Indiana State Fair to help the Department of Natural Resources celebrate 100 years of Indiana State Parks.

Cowboy Bob will host a program at
2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 6.
(Click for video) 

CB State Fair Video

Merchandise New CD Release! T.V. Memories
Get official Cowboy Bob Merchandise including Autographed Photos, Boot Mugs and more. BRIDGES: Songs recorded by Cowboy Bob from 1960, ‘62, ‘68, ‘76 & ‘94. All re-mastered originals. Let's go back to the Corral and share a few memories with one of Indiana's most beloved characters.

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