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He hosted the game show Pyramid besides being the host of American Bandstand & Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve.
No he did not.
The duration of The Dick Clark Show is 1440.0 seconds.
The Dick Clark Show was created on 1958-02-15.
The Dick Clark Show ended on 1960-09-10.
No. He was the host of American Bandstand, a music performance show that aired from 1952 until 1989.
The Dick Clark Show - 1958 was released on: USA: 15 February 1958
Not at all. The only thing they have in common is that they've hosted game shows.
The host for the famous "American Bandstand" TV dance show was the one and only-Dick Clark. I just heard that when the TV show premiered in 1955, it wasn't on the ABC-TV network, but on a local TV station in Philadelphia, PA. It became so popular and so successful that within only two years later in 1957, ABC-TV came to Dick Clark with a contract to have him do the show for more money in either Hollywood or Burbank, California. It was an excellent offer that no one could refuse, so Dick took it and became extremely famous and successful with it~"Benito".
American Bandstand started as a local Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA show known only as Bandstand. As the Philadelphia area (only) show, it was hosted by Bob Horn from 1952 until mid 1956, when Mr. Horn was discharged. Tony Mammarella, the show's producer, temporarily filled in as host until they signed Dick Clark. Through the personal efforts of Dick Clark, the Network was persuaded to air the show nationally. The show was renamed from "Bandstand" to "American Bandstand" in 1957, coincident with it becoming a nationally broadcast program. Dick Clark was the host at that time (1957) and remained the host until early 1989. The last six months of the show's long run was hosted by David Hirsch. The lights went off for good in late 1989 with David Hirsch at the helm.
The Dick Clark Show - 1958 1-1 was released on: USA: 15 February 1958