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Art Linkletter's House Party/The Linkletter Show. (1952-1969). Host: Art Linkletter. Partial Guest List: Barbara Hale, Desi Arnaz, Fay Wray, Bea Benaderet, Gale Storm, John Wayne, John Carradine, Merv Griffin, Donna Reed, Robert Stack, Victor Borge, Orson Bean, Cab Calloway, Tony Bennett, Jack Palance, Danny Thomas, Piper Laurie, Johnny Carson, Alfred Hitchcock, Natalie Wood, Elizabeth Montgomery, Rose Marie, Tony Curtis, Jerry Lewis, Bert Convy, Burt Lancaster, Andy Williams & Sammy Davis…

December Bride is an American sitcom that aired on the CBS from 1954 to 1959, adapted from the original CBS radio network series that aired from 1952 to 1953. Spring Byington starred as Lily, a spry widow who wasn't a "December Bride" but longed to be one.

Art Linkletter...abandoned at a few weeks old, raised by a pastor and his wife (the Linkletters), entertained millions on radio and TV interviewing kids (the Party House and Kids Say the Darndest Things), was married more than 74 years, lived to be almost 98 (his wife died the following year at 95), loved life and had a beautiful way with people! Loved this man!

Art Linkletter, May 26, 2010 age 97: Linkletter, born Gordon Arthur Kelly in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, was one of the founding fathers of early TV. His radio career moved seamlessly into early TV in the '50s, with such shows as "People Are Funny," "Life With Linkletter" and "Hollywood Talent Scouts." Linkletter was married to his wife, Lois, for more than 74 years. Linkletter became an anti-drug crusader in 1969, when his daughter Diane jumped from a building, which Linkletter believed was…

Art Linkletter 1912-2010 98 TV pioneer. Canadian. Left on the steps of a church when only weeks old, Linkletter was raised by the pastor and his wife and never knew his biological parents. Obtained a degree in teaching but turned to radio because the pay was better, then to TV where he became an early fixture and at one time had 5 shows running during a single season.

Art Linkletter 1912 - 2010, US TV pioneer & humourist. Canadian. Left on the steps of a church when only weeks old, he was raised by the pastor Linkletter and his wife and never knew his biological parents. Obtained a degree in teaching but turned to radio because the pay was better, then to TV where he became an early fixture and at one time had 5 shows running during a single season. Happy person and positive thinker, married 75 years to his wife when he died.

Here's Lucy - (1968-1974).Starring: Lucille Ball, Gale Gordon, Lucie Arnaz, Desi Arnaz, Jr., Mary Jane Croft and Vivian Vance. Partial Guest Cast: Jackie Coogan, Jack Gilford, Richard Deacon, Peggy Rea, J. Pat O'Malley, Florence Halop, Hal Smith, Ricardo Montalban, Allen Oppenheimer, Eva Gabor, Victor Buono, Buddy Hackett, Ruth Buzzi, Lloyd Bridges, Jack Benny, Donny Osmond, Ginger Rogers, Rich Little, Flip Wilson, Vincent Price, Elizabeth Taylor, Sammy Davis Jr., Wayne Newton & Jayne…

Art Linkletter (1912–2010) Best known for "Kids Say the Darndest Things!" I interpreted for him at the 2000 RNC meeting!!

Art Linkletter, the 89-year-old television and radio show host, spoke at a seminar about elderly drivers and safety on June 19, 2002.

Art Linkletter. 1912-2010. Affable TV and Radio Host of House Party, which ran on CBS radio and television for 25 years, and People Are Funny, on NBC radio and TV for 19 years. Linkletter was famous for interviewing children on House Party and Kids Say the Darndest Things, which led to a series of books quoting children. He was a close associate of Walt Disney and a heavy investor in the Hula Hoop, leaving him very wealthy. He was also married to the same woman for 75 years.

People Are Funny is an American radio and television game show, that remained popular throughout the 1940s. The program ran from 1942 to 1960. The program's stunts and audience participation were calculated to reveal the humorous side of human nature. After contestants were sent from the studio to perform a task in public, the audience was told how the contestant was being double-crossed. On October 1, 1943 Art Linkletter, who continued for the rest of the series, became the emcee.