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Al K
Al K • 2 years ago

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 Jr.

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