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Wikipedia Encyclopedia - American Bandstand

Wikipedia Encyclopedia - American Bandstand

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Bandstand Short encyclopedic summary of the show, includes link. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia American Bandstand logo, 1969-1987 883 (surviving) -- >3,000 total 90 Minutes / 60 Minutes (originally two hours and thirty minutes on WFIL-TV/Philadelphia only) October 7, 1952 – October 7, 1989 Dick Clark, host of American Bandstand show that aired
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To my knowledge, no VHS tape of American Bandstand is Has the American Bandstand theme This site is not endorsed by or associated with dick clark productions, inc. or its family of Bandstand - Broadcast History Bandstand began as a local program on WFIL-TV (now WPVI), Channel 6 in Philadelphia

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American Bandstand (dance party, hosted by Dick Clark) (ABC Weekday afternoons, 1957 - 1963) (ABC Saturday afternoons, 1963 - 1987) (Syndicated, 1987 - 1988) [Started as a local Philadelphia TV show in 1952 hosted by Bob Horn, who co-wrote "Bandstand Boogie" (Theme 2). Dick Clark took over
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