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American Bandstand TV show. Dick Clark looked exactly like this for about

Any one else remember the old TV show "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir"?????Edward Mulhare

The handsome Edward Mulhare. I loved the House & cliffs in black n white.

superseventies:  “ Shaun Cassidy on American Bandstand  ”

Shaun Cassidy on American Bandstand- this was the man my preteen heart knew would be my husband one day. Mom cut out a picture of him & his new wife and he completely broke my heart. I poked his eyes out on the newspaper.

Bandstand began as a local program on WFIL-TV (now WPVI), Channel 6 in Philadelphia on October 7, 1952. Then it was hosted by Bob Horn.On July 9 of 1956 the show got a new host, a clean-cut 26 year old named Dick Clark. Airing it's first national show on August 5, 1957.

RIP Dick Clark & American Bandstand - I watched this every Saturday morning

Dick Clark's Celebrity Guests on American Bandstand Photos - ABC News

Dick Clark's Celebrity Guests on American Bandstand - John Travolta "Going to let her in"

Dick Clark, in the late 1950s, at his podium station for the popular TV dance show, "American Bandstand."

RIP Dick Clark, in the late at his podium station for the popular TV dance show, "American Bandstand." In memory of the man that brought us the music of our times

My three sons when Rob and Katie had their own 3 sons; Katie Tina Cole, was part of the King Family in real life.

Vintage photo of Fred MacMurray, Don Grady, Tina Cole in "My Three Sons" with the triplets. Don Grady

Dick Clark, rest in peace, at 45rpm! Great review of an era and a man who played a major role in it. Special Life magazine issue devoted to dc! http://life.time.com/culture/dick-clark-an-american-life/#

Dick Clark: An American Life

Dick Clark, rest in peace, at 45rpm! Great review of an era and a man who played a major role in it. Special Life magazine issue devoted to dc! http://life.time.com/culture/dick-clark-an-american-life/#

American Bandstand 1976 Wolfman Jack Interview

Dick Clark interviews Wolfman Jack on American Bandstand. Clark asks him about his voice, his family, and takes questions from the audience.

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