Kaufman's Army & Navy
Military Specialists Since 1938
West 42nd Street (map)
New York City, 10036
(We're located between 8th and
closer to 8th Avenue)
Real Military Surplus Store -- Traditional Army & Navy Store
Rent to Individuals -- Supply Special Events -- Costume and Prop Rentals to Theatre, Movies & Television
Military Uniform Reference Collection -- On Broadway and More
Hours -- About -- Contact
For Military - We're It! ® says
one of the oldest military surplus stores in America
oldest in New York City! Military Specialists since 1938.
We specialize in original new and used military
equipment and insignia from the United States Armed
and many foreign countries.
Military collectors and enthusiasts’ from all over
world are daily visitors to our 42nd Street retail
Stop by and see for yourself why SURPLUS* is indeed
Military- We're It! ®
is a Registered Trademark of Kaufman Surplus Inc.,
Stuff Priced Right!
® sums it up best!
also stock many top brands of casual clothing: Levi’s
501® jeans, Carhartt
and Dickies workwear, Alpha,
and Spiewak outerwear and Bates,
and Magnum footwear.
We carry peacoats, flight jackets, field jackets,
duffel bags, security uniforms and many other
Our convenient 42nd Street midtown Manhattan
sales staff and 5 Day Money Back Guarantee* all
to an easy-going shopping experience.
*Please click here to read Kaufman’s
Stuff Priced Right! ®
is a Registered Trademark of Kaufman Surplus Inc.,
item makes a lot more sense than buying it.
Rental Option* applies to most
clothing items and military accessories available
at our 42nd Street retail store.
procedure is simple
and less expensive than purchasing.
Please stop in to
College Students Majoring in FILM or COSTUME
We welcome your projects and productions!
Please visit our store or call us at
to learn just how easy it is to rent from us!
*An item's 'rental status' is subject to
Attention all Stylists, Special Event
and Moms and Dads too!
Are you outfitting a M*A*S*H ‘theme’ party?
Or a ‘Top Gun’ event?
Are you supplying the costumes for a
Or need some military style ‘dog-tags’ custom
stamped in a hurry?
Perhaps you’re interested in renting an army jeep?
Or a tank? (A real one!)
We can help!
Our terrific know-how and helpful
can make your plans a reality!
We can also ship your rental or purchase anywhere in
Please visit our store in person to discuss your
email us your detailed 'List of Requirements' to: firstname.lastname@example.org and include your phone number so that we can call
you at a
later time to discuss them.
Our Costumes & Props Rental Department*
caters to professional Costume Designers, Set
Prop Masters working anywhere in the U.S.A.
100’s of varied uniforms, related uniform
and props comprise this extensive department,
here in New York City.
Our uniforms and props can be rented on a weekly
for longer production periods.
Although most can be rented or purchased, our rarer
can only be rented.
So- ‘Name an Army’, ‘Choose a Uniform’,
‘Pick a Period’ and tell us what you’re
In many cases we can create just ‘the right look’
from our stock-on-hand or we may be able to locate a
item for you.
We’ll try our best to supply everything you need at
a cost that’ll fit well within your budget!
We specialize in United States military clothing
WWII, the Korean War, Vietnam War and Desert Storm
up to the
We also stock a wide selection of new and used
uniforms, accessories, insignia, shoes and boots.
Give us a try!
A variety of generic Law Enforcement, S.W.A.T.,
Emergency Medical and security style uniforms are
Don’t miss our excellent selection of military
reference books available for sale at our 42nd
All inquiries are welcome. Just call, fax, email
*Our Costumes & Props Rental Department is
available to established theatres, schools,
and production companies. Special arrangements
Kaufman Military Uniform Reference
is our own exceptional collection of military
equipment, insignia and collectibles.
all Costume Designers, Clothing Designers,
The Kaufman Military Uniform Reference Collection
comprised of many of the rarest, finest and most
military surplus items we’ve stocked over the course
of our sixty-plus years in business!
It's quite an impressive array!
Some highlights of our collection include:
–Outstanding examples of WWII and Vietnam War combat
–An extensive U.S. military insignia
–Hundreds of one-of-a-kind military
–Fine aviation items such as vintage goggles,
–A fascinating selection of men’s and women’s
military issue underwear
–Dress uniforms of various types
–Naval uniforms of various types
–Foreign uniforms of various types
–Caps, hats and helmets of all types
–WWI and WWII wool uniforms
–Our superb collection of WWII issue U.S.
Force (USAAF) leather flight jackets
and hand painted leather squadron
beautiful examples will be posted on this site at a
any professional knows, its one thing to see an item
in a reference book and another thing entirely to
study the original.
a day goes by that we are not called upon for our
or to help supply a theatrical event, a movie or a
show with one item or another from our extensive
Single or multiple items from our collection
rented* on a weekly basis or for an extended period.
We invite your inquiries by phone, fax, email or in
at our 42nd Street retail store.
What are you looking for?
is limited to established theatres, bona fide
recognized professionals only subject to Kaufman’s
Special arrangements and rental procedures apply.
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Kaufman's Army & Navy is one of the oldest military
retailers in the United States.
Our original store opened in 1938 on the corner of
and Greenwich Streets in lower Manhattan. It was
a popular bustling commercial district once fondly
to as Radio Row.
In 1963 our wonderful old store along with the
all sixteen square city blocks of it,
closed down and razed to make way for the World
the 1970’s our warehouse at 623 Broadway opened for
retail as the SoHo boom exploded.
Our Broadway store was packed with genuine military
and extended the full length of an entire city block
to Mercer Street!
In 1982 our Broadway store and warehouse closes and
our older surplus inventory dating back to WWII is
other leading military dealers across the country.
Our 42nd Street store opened in 1940 on a ‘second
walk-up’ inside a tenement at 318 West 42nd Street,
almost directly across the street from our present
In 1946 our store relocates across the street to 319
1950 the same two U.S. Army Spanish-American War
mountain cannon that flank the entrance to our store
In 1969 the entire façade above our store is proudly
painted American Flag red, white and blue for the
1986 Kaufman’s Wooden Dollar is first
In 1988 Kaufman’s left-handed and right-handed
pencils are first introduced.
Today, Kaufman's is the oldest business in
operation on West 42nd Street!
gladly offer a discount to all active duty U.S.
are pleased to offer a 15% discount to all active
military personnel serving in the Armed Forces,
Reserves or the National Guard on any
for sale at our 42nd Street retail store.
Your current valid military identification is all
required to qualify.
'brick and mortar' location:
located in midtown Manhattan on legendary West 42nd
Famous Times Square, the Broadway Theatre
and the Jacob Javits Convention Center are all
we supply theatres nationwide, we are not a mail
so we do not ship orders to individuals.
you’re planning a trip to New York City and you’d
like us to hold an item for you, please call ahead
us with your expected time of arrival and we’ll
place it aside for you.
address and related information:
street and mailing address:
West 42nd Street (map) (Click for NYC animation)
New York City, 10036 (We're located between 8th and
closer to 8th Avenue)
Our phone number: 212-757-5670
call us anytime. Our answering machine accepts
whenever our store is closed.
fax number: 212-757-9686
General Information please send us an Email at email@example.com
For Rental Information Email please send us an Email at firstname.lastname@example.org
open Monday thru Friday: 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM
is our late night: 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM
12:00 noon to 6:00 PM
We are closed
Refund Policy has protected our customers for over
Street/Times Square is easily accessible from
NYC by subway:
about every New York City subway line converges at
here to see
store is located across the street from the Port
Bus Terminal, the world's largest bus terminal.
entrance, 'North Wing')
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contact us for any further information and a
from 'Mr. Kaufman' (3rd Generation).
KSI NYC supplies Broadway:
* denotes Kaufman’s inclusion in the
production’s program guide or Playbill ®
The original Mister Roberts, starring
in the title role, is the first Broadway production Kaufman’s supplies with U.S. Navy WWII surplus uniforms and
The olive military fatigue pants worn in the original
of A Chorus Line are supplied by Kaufman’s during the entire run of the show.
-1979: Che, the narrator in Evita modeled on
Che Guevara, wears an olive army jacket and black
beret supplied from Kaufman’s.
Mickey Rooney’s red one-piece long underwear in Sugarbabies is supplied from Kaufman’s.
|-1985: Kaufman’s supplies Neil Simon’s Biloxi
Blues with all of its historically accurate
uniform requirements. Included are original military
dated button-front khaki-green boxer shorts,
tops and matching khaki-green socks. Biloxi Blues
to win the 1985 Tony Award for Best Play.
-1986: Kaufman’s supplies old fashioned underwear
for Big River.
-1986: Kaufman’s supplies U.S. Navy officer’s
white service caps to Me and My Girl.
Lincoln Center’s revival of South Pacific*
is HUGE and becomes the largest theatrical
Kaufman’s supplies up until that time. Two
separate choruses- the women’s ‘U.S. Navy nurses’
and the men’s ‘U.S. Navy sailors’ both require
full period ensembles. Kaufman’s supplies all the
hundreds of uniforms and uniform accessories
on schedule! Included are: chambray shirts,
bottoms, sailor caps, tee shirts, insignia, boots,
‘dog tags’, packs, helmets and period WWII props.
The show is a wonderful success! We still recall our
nationwide search for original military issue U.S.
in 100% cotton, which as we quickly discover, no
anywhere- so a real coup is scored when we
just the right number of used (but nice) U.S. Army
W.A.A.C. (Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps) cotton khaki
skirts and blouses, that look virtually identical
‘Nellie’ and the other nurses perfectly fine!
-1987: Kaufman’s begins supplying the original
production of Les Miserables with lots
of black coveralls for use by its stage crew during
reign on Broadway.
-1987: Kaufman’s supplies all the white nautical
and uniform accessories worn by the Captain,
crew in the revival of Cole Porter’s musical Anything
Goes* at Lincoln Center.
The elaborate revival of Lincoln Center’s South
Pacific* is duplicated in London and Kaufman’s is asked to supply the entire production. Once again,
number of uniforms are assembled, but this time
‘across the pond’. In addition to the original
of the New York production, fifty 48-star all cotton
Flags are specially constructed and their bold,
brightens up the entire stage!
-1989: Kaufman’s supplies regulation U.S. Marine
camouflage uniforms for A Few Good Men.
-1989: Kaufman’s supplies U.S. Navy uniform
for Jerome Robbins’ Broadway.
Suzy Benzinger, the Costume Designer for Miss
Saigon* on Broadway, chooses Kaufman’s to outfit the
long anticipated New York production, which first
London in 1989. Suzy’s decision to use historically
accurate U.S. Marine Corps uniforms and original
period military surplus wherever possible sets the
The number of costumes and props that Kaufman’s supplies over Miss Saigon’s ten-year run is
hundreds of complete olive fatigue uniforms
shirts, trousers, belts, tee shirts, underwear,
utility caps, jungle boots and regulation insignia
as dozens of sets of military issue combat
latter include: canvas pistol belts, canteens and
bayonets and scabbards, ammo pouches with dummy
genuine U.S.M.C. flak vests and steel helmets with
reversible Vietnam camouflage helmet covers. Even
green nylon herringbone-weave flight coverall worn
pilot during the memorable helicopter scene is
Also included are fifty N.V.A. (North Vietnamese
pith helmets with gold and red star insignia. While Miss
Saigon plays on Broadway, entirely separate
begin to open concurrently across the country; first
then Chicago and finally Los Angeles. Kaufman’s supplies the military uniforms for each production.
-1991: Kaufman’s supplies The Secret Garden*
with British Army style khaki Kitchener (tall high
pith helmets and brown colored ‘Sam Browne’ belts
with across-the-chest shoulder straps.
-1991: Kaufman’s supplies Levi’s 501® button-fly jeans for Keith Carradine, who stars as
in The Will Rogers Follies.
The WWII British Army and German Army uniforms and
helmets in The Who’s Tommy* are supplied by Kaufman’s.
|-1994: Kaufman’s supplies Disney’s Beauty
and the Beast with soft brown U.S. Army
cotton tee shirts as undergarments for the Beast!
|-1995: Kaufman’s supplies Showboat with
a wide variety of old fashioned underwear and one
|-1996: Kaufman’s supplies dozens of Confederate Army
for Gone with the Wind* in Tokyo, Japan!
memories still linger of the dashing grey waist-length
‘shell jacket’ with the golden ‘chicken guts’
embroidery along the sleeves that’s tailor made for
Ashley Wilkes’ character, the variety of uniforms
for the wounded lying about in the ‘Atlanta Railroad
scene, and finally, the inclusion of Kaufman’s Army & Navy in the CREDITS section of the
elaborate program guide for supplying the military
costumes are the only words printed in English throughout
entire Japanese publication!
|-1997: Kaufman’s is called upon to supply the
research for the White Star Line uniforms worn
officers in Titanic* as well as the
crew neck (British Army regulation) sweaters and the
navy blue button-front (U.S. Navy issue) wool
by the ‘crew’ aboard the (theatrical) ship.
-1998: Kaufman’s supplies old fashioned three-button
Henley undershirts to Ragtime.
From its very first performance, all the ‘hyenas’
in Disney’s The Lion King on
and the national tour wear black leather
combat boots supplied by Kaufman’s!
-1998: Kaufman’s supplies the German Army and Hitler
Youth uniforms for a major revival of The
Sound of Music*
at Lincoln Center.
-1998: Kaufman’s supplies black military jackets for Wait Until Dark*.
-1999: Kaufman’s supplies military uniform
to Kiss Me, Kate.
-1999: Kaufman’s supplies dozens of WWII military
accessories for the spectacular dance numbers in Swing!* Included are regulation U.S. Navy ‘pancake’ navy
blue wool sailor caps, the same type that inspired
when he designed the cap worn by Donald Duck!
-1999: Kaufman’s supplies The Civil War with almost-impossible-to-find obsolete brass belt
to support the leather accouterments worn with both
Union and Confederate.
-2000: Kaufman’s supplies dozens and dozens of
‘old fashioned’ natural color three-button front
Henley style undershirts for the orchestra of The
-2000: Kaufman’s supplies baggy military style khaki
‘wind pants’ worn by Jesus in the revival of Jesus
-2000: Kaufman’s supplies police style uniform
for The Full Monte.
All the white regulation U.S. Navy sailor caps worn
revival of 42nd Street are supplied
-2001: Kaufman’s supplies The Producers on Broadway and the national tour with an assortment
|-2002: Kaufman’s supplies the blue police shirts and
dress shoes in Hairspray.
-2003: Kaufman’s supplies Billy Joel’s Movin’
Out* with all of its U.S. Marine Corps full
and camouflage combat uniforms for both Broadway and
-2003: Kaufman’s supplies Wonderful Town with regulation U.S. Navy admiral shoulder boards.
-2003: Kaufman’s supplies Urinetown with
police style uniform accessories.
-2004: Kaufman’s adds a current issue Russian
army officer’s double-headed-eagle cap badge onto a
U.S. Marine Corps enlisted man’s full dress brass
buckle to form an ‘Imperial Russian’ police belt
plate requested for Fiddler on the Roof!
The Wizard of Oz himself wears original Swiss Army
while ‘the chauffer’ wears WWII period European
military goggles, both supplied by Kaufman’s in Wicked on Broadway, the national
the latest English production!
-2005: Kaufman’s supplies Chitty Chitty Bang
with ‘Grandfather’s’ British Army style
khaki Kitchener (tall high crown) pith helmet,
and original WWII issue corporal chevrons as well as
Spies’ unusual German military issue black rubber
-2005: Kaufman’s supplies the U.S. Army military
in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.
The traditional navy-blue and white striped sailor
worn during the French dance number in Monty
Python’s Spamalot are actually original Russian
sailor shirts supplied by Kaufman’s.
When the revival of Sweeney Todd starring Patti
LuPone and Michael Cerveris requires original
Police whistles and its Props Department can't find
any anywhere, Kaufman's is relied upon to supply them, and
-2005: Kaufman’s supplies the revival of Mister
Roberts* at the Kennedy Center for the
Arts in Washington, D.C. with with an extensive
array of U.S.
Navy uniforms and uniform accessories.
-2005: Kaufman’s supplies traditional black leather
lace-up dress shoes, that happen to be U.S. Navy
surplus, for both Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick
revival of Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple.
Kaufman’s supplies original U.S. Navy WWII
regulation insignia and classic U.S. Navy 13-button
men's navy blue wool bell-bottoms for a revival of The
Caine Mutiny Court-Martial*.
-2006: Kaufman’s supplies Disney’s Tarzan with khaki colored backpacks and shoulder bags as
miniature ‘jungle green’ army-style flashlights
with red lenses for the theatre’s ushers to seat
-2006: Kaufman’s supplies military backpacks and
bags as well as black coveralls for the stage crew
while they clean up the bloody mess that’s left
each performance of The Lieutenant of
-2006: Kaufman’s supplies The History Boys with a variety of olive army backpacks and black
for the stage crew.
-2006: Kaufman’s supplies black leather combat boots
and uniform accessories to The Wedding Singer.
Michael Krass, 2006 Tony Award nominee and Costume
for The Public Theatre’s Shakespeare in the Park series production of Macbeth, relies
on Kaufman’s for numerous military uniforms and uniform
The Public Theatre’s Shakespeare in the Park series continues with Mother Courage and Her
Children* starring Meryl Streep in the title role and Kevin
the Cook. Record crowds line up early every morning
at a time waiting and hoping to obtain two of the
and much coveted free tickets! Kaufman’s supplies
the production with literally hundreds of military
items and uniform accessories.
-2006: Kaufman’s supplies Disney’s Mary
Poppins with old-fashioned one-piece long
custom-made uniform accessories and 'Admiral Boom's'
addition to Broadway, Kaufman’s often supplies The Metropolitan Opera, The New York City Opera,
City Music Hall and dozens of off-Broadway,
and regional theatre productions with military
accessories and many other unusual clothing items.
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KSI NYC also supplies the movies:
|-1972: Kaufman’s supplies a wide range of military
for Deliverance, starring Burt Reynolds
The olive green field jacket worn by Robert De Niro in Taxi
Driver is supplied from Kaufman’s.
-1978: Kaufman’s supplies all the U.S. Army
fatigue clothing worn during the missile hi-jacking
with Larry Hagman and Valerie Perrine in the
-1978: Kaufman’s supplies U.S. Army Vietnam War
uniforms and insignia for The Deer Hunter.
|-1986: Kaufman’s supplies Club Paradise with complete olive green uniforms and uniform
|-1987: Kaufman’s supplies over a hundred pairs of U.S.
Army Vietnam War period four-pocket cotton fatigue
pants for Gardens of Stone.
|-1988: Kaufman’s supplies Police Academy V with assorted police patches and insignia.
-1989: Kaufman’s supplies U.S. Marine Corps Vietnam
War period web gear and uniform accessories for Born
on the Fourth of July.
-1989: Kaufman’s supplies U.S. Army Vietnam War
uniforms and accessories as well as twenty cases of
rations for feeding the lead actors during their
Camp’ training exercise, which has been designed to
help them establish the proper mind-set for filming Casualties of War.
-1989: Kaufman’s supplies Ghostbusters II with black leather military-style combat boots.
What begins with a simple phone call to inquire
whether Kaufman’s stocks original Vietnam War period military surplus
becomes a major film rental with the producers of Jackknife,
starring Robert De Niro. Within days of receiving
the normal everyday rhythm at our 42nd Street retail
is disrupted and replaced with a buzz of excitement
as it becomes the assembly point for organizing and
all the military items required for the film. Hours
culling through our extensive stock of used jungle
uniforms to select a choice array in the sizes
carefully researches any uniform detail in doubt for
of ensuring historical accuracy. Jackknife’s own costume design staff visits the store daily to
in many ways. Hundreds of insignia are chosen and
is discussed. Last minute snags are addressed. By
end we’ve assembled enough military clothing and
to outfit a small army, which as it so happens is
what’s required for the film! The rental calls for
U.S. Army infantrymen complete (quite literally)
to toe and four U.S. Army helicopter flight crew. All
uniforms look fantastic! Each infantryman’s
consists of a set of olive green jungle fatigues-
trousers, olive jungle boots, olive tee, helmet with
cover, flak vest and a full set of M56 combat
includes: a canvas pistol belt, suspenders, butt
and cover, ammo pouches, dummy grenades, period
and bayonet with scabbard. The helicopter personnel
outfitted with two-piece olive-green Nomex fatigues,
boots, SPH (Sound Protection Helmet) helmets with a
lens visor and Vietnam War issue and dated U.S. Army
The order is completed right on schedule! That’s
everything is carefully inspected and counted for
time and packed and readied for pick up. Once it’s
its way to the location for filming, Kaufman’s work is done and our store returns to business as
usual. It’s been a wonderful experience!
-1989: Kaufman’s supplies the distinctive Austrian
purple and pink pattern camouflage fatigue pants
worn by Peter
Boyle in The Dream Team.
-1990 Kaufman’s supplies a wide array of U.S. Army
Vietnam War period combat uniforms and accessories
-1990: Kaufman’s supplies military issue khaki
caps, (the ‘flat envelope’ style cap) and khaki
ties to Last Exit to Brooklyn.
-1990: Kaufman’s supplies military outerwear to Presumed
Innocent starring Harrison Ford.
|-1991: Kaufman’s supplies Prayer of the
Rollerboys with black nylon MA-1 flight jackets and assorted
supplies Scent of a Woman starring
with custom-mounted U.S. Army miniature decorations
|-1993: Kaufman’s supplies dozens of pairs of black
dress shoes, custom-made cadet shoulder boards and
cap badges as well as hundreds of ribbons and medals
finale parade scene in The Man Without a Face starring Mel Gibson.
When the Costume Department of Apollo 13 starring
Tom Hanks requires original U.S. Air Force Vietnam War
sage-green all cotton K2B flight coveralls and they
locate any in Hollywood, their first call outside of
is to Kaufman’s in New York City and we supply
|-1996: Kaufman’s is called on to supply, in less
two weeks time, a number of extremely scarce
Army WWII issue desert khaki field uniforms for a new
about to begin filming in Italy. We supply the
order complete and on schedule! The original
then carefully copied to ensure historical accuracy
reproductions are worn in The English Patient.
The film wins nine Academy Awards, including the
Best Costume Design!
-1998: Kaufman’s supplies black army style field
for A Perfect Murder, starring Michael
and Gwyneth Paltrow.
Kaufman’s supplies the Opening Night
of Godzilla outside of Madison Square
in New York City with loads of camouflage netting
military props and facilitates the rental of
U.S. Army military vehicles complete with uniformed
for the occasion.
|-2004: Kaufman’s supplies a genuine U.S. Army wooden
to The Manchurian Candidate.
The ‘Casino Bandits’ in the remake of The
Pink Panther starring Steve Martin as
Clouseau wear black military clothing supplied by Kaufman’s.
-2006: Kaufman’s supplies Julie Taymor’s Beyond
the Universe with U.S. Army olive green wool
black leather military-style combat boots and
-2006: Kaufman’s supplies The Good Shepherd with military naval uniforms; uniform accessories
Army WWII issue ‘Tommy’ helmets and khaki gas
mask bags as props.
Kaufman’s supplies American Gangster
starring Denzel Washington with a number of military
lots of olive green military issue underwear,
accessories and the Vietnam War style olive green
worn by Denzel himself!
KSI NYC supplies television too:
|-1955: Kaufman’s supplies Sergeant Ernie Bilko and his
platoon on The Phil Silvers Show with
U.S. Army military surplus khaki uniforms from The
segment of Naked City is filmed inside Kaufman’s original New York City warehouse on the south-east
Grand Street and Broadway.
Kaufman’s supplies the original Batman
starring Adam West with WWII issue U.S. Government
Defense gas masks.
|-1973: Kaufman’s supplies the Kojak series
starring Telly Savalas with military clothing and
|-1985: Kaufman’s supplies The Equalizer series starring Edward Woodward with military
accessories and insignia.
|-1987: Kaufman’s supplies numerous episodes of the HBO
series Vietnam War Story with large
original U.S. Army Vietnam War combat uniforms and
|-1988: Kaufman’s supplies both military camouflage and
civilian clothing for In the Line of Duty: The
|-1990: Kaufman’s supplies military clothing and
accessories to Law & Order.
|-2004: Kaufman’s supplies an episode of The
Sopranos with genuine Soviet Army camouflage uniforms.
day: Kaufman’s is often called upon (sometimes
at the very last minute!) to supply military
uniform accessories for episodes of Late Nite
O’Brien, NBC Saturday Night Live and The Late Show with David Letterman!
television shows that Kaufman’s has supplied
over the years include: All My Children,
Most Wanted, Captain Kangaroo, Encyclopedia, Good
America, Loving, Nickelodeon, One Life to Live,
Hope, Sesame Street, Special Victims Unit, The
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