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American Bandstand

It has a good beat, and you can dance to it. Kids did indeed dance to this pop-culture institution featuring rock-and-roll stars performing their hits (lip-synching them, anyway). Then Dick Clark played records, which the studio kids danced to and rated. ` (more…)

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Dick Clark, Ryan Seacrest

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Dick Clark wasn't just the host of American Bandstand or the face of New Year's Eve. He was an icon in the field of broadcasting, a household name, an avuncular figure and even the punch line for jokes about longevity. With his passing from a heart a… Read more

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  • Premise: It has a good beat, and you can dance to it. Kids did indeed dance to this pop-culture institution featuring rock-and-roll stars performing their hits (lip-synching them, anyway). Then Dick Clark played records, which the studio kids danced to and rated. `… (more)

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