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I'll remember him best for one of his seemingly forgotten shows, "Where the Action Is". It came on ABC right before (or after?) "Dark Shadows" and the opening theme was by Freddie "Boom Boom" Cannon. It launched the career of Paul Revere and the Raiders who became a sort of house band for the show.
The list of guests was long and impressive but all I remember are The 4 Season, Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs (Little Red Riding Hood) and Gary Lewis and the Playboys (Who Wants to Buy).
Sugar 'em up and send 'em home
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Some guy that did some tv something, and then he died and people talked about it. Last year was the first I had heard of him.
Still single, can't imagine why.
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None of the above.
I was a contestant on a short-lived game show in the early 90's, called "The Challengers." rose bud Clark was the host. He was nothing but gracious and kind to us contestants. However...at one point he made an error (called an answer wrong when it was right) and they had to roll the tape back and re-record from that point. Then there was a glitch of some kind, and it took them 15 minutes or more to get it fixed. He started fuming over the delay, and finally he yelled "You've lost the procreate*ing audience, and now you're losing the procreate*ing host!!" and stormed off the set. When they finally got ready to tape again, somebody went and got him, and he was perfectly pleasant again as we finished the show. But I know now that he wasn't always that smooth, cheerful guy we saw on TV!
"Espresso est, ergo cogito."