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The Stroll...AMERICAN BANDSTAND

Sandy Springs High Class of at the Marietta Country Club, doing the Stroll.

5 cents candy. Always loaded up at Karmazzi' s.

MONTAGE OF PENNY & FIVE CENT CANDY – 1950s

I grew up in the the prices of some of the candy may have been more than a penny. My allowance from grandma stilled allowed me to buy more candy than dentist would recommend. I learned to read the packaging and pricing of each candy.

I love everything about this photo! Her hair, his hair.  Her shoes, his shoes.  But most of all, her killer playsuit!

Ahhhh they're so cute // couple, and teen teenagers teens teenager relationship goals relationships vintage retro love beach beaches vacation vacay summer summertime vibes

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Judy Garland dancing the jitterbug with champion dancer Ray Hirsch at a party Judy and Mickey Rooney threw to celebrate a recent movie

Leon James & Willa Mae Ricker doing the Lindy Hop, 1943, photo by Gjon Mili, via LIFE.

Leon James & Willa Mae Ricker demonstrating a step of The Lindy Hop. (Photo by Gjon Mili//Time Life Pictures/Getty Images) Jan 1943

The Original Stroll - February 1958..Hello ..we knew line dancing before there was the Electric slide..lol

The Original Stroll - February 1958 On a local television dance show in Idaho in February local teens dance to one of the biggest dance crazes out of the called The Stroll, which originated from American Bandstand. Song "The Stroll" sung by The Diamonds

1-1- in 1959: For the first time, ABC-TV's teen dance program American Bandstand leads the US daytime television ratings.

in For the first time, ABC-TV's teen dance program American Bandstand leads the US daytime television ratings.

Philadelphia American Bandstand Regular Billy Cook shows us his style of the Fast Dance as it was called on Bandstand/American Bandstand (Jitterbug/Lindy Hop) as done on Bandstand in the early days of its Philadelphia years.     Billy Cook was a national American Bandstand Dance contest winner and one of the most famous of the American Bandstand "...

Philadelphia American Bandstand Regular Billy Cook shows us his style of the Fast Dance as it was called on Bandstand/American Bandstand (Jitterbug/Lindy Hop.

“Teen” magazine, 1959

Kenny Arlene - American Bandstand favorites - Teen magazine, that is Pat Molleteri (sp?

Annette Funicello & Arlene Sullivan  American Bandstand

Annette Funicello and Arlene Sullivan from American Bandstand (c