Who created American Bandstand
Watching a special on Dick Clark, it was said that he "joined" Bandstand in the mid 50's, so who created it? I always thought that he was the creator.
From my reading Bob Horn based it off a radio show in 52. Lee Stewart hosted with him and owned the station. Horn was fired in 56 and Dick Clark took over soon after and he was host and producer.
by Susan Reid 6 years ago
New Years Eve will never be the same.Dick Clark dies at 82Dick Clark, the television host and entrepreneur who sold rock-and-roll to Middle America on the dance show "American Bandstand" and counted down the new year with millions of TV viewers as emcee of an annual celebration in New...
by againsttheodds 6 years ago
Is the death of Dick Clark warning us that there will be no New Years Eve 2013? With all of the 2012 apocalypse talk and doomsday preppers who are sure that this will be the last year for the Earth and human civilization, it seems to fit with the agenda that Dick Clark (the prolific ABC tv...
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