Art Linkletter's House Party

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TV Host Art Linkletter Dies at 97

Art Linkletter, who hosted popular TV shows People Are Funny and House Party in the 1950s and 1960s, has died. He was 97.

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Linkletter died Wednesday at his Bel-Air home in Los Angeles, his son-in-law, Art Hershey, told the Los Angeles Times.

Art Linkletter's House Party, which debuted on radio in 1944 and aired on CBS from 1952 to 1969, was one of television's longest-running variety shows. One of the show's features was daily interviews with schoolchildren, which Linkletter collected and used to create ...  Read Full Article

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TV Host Art Linkletter Dies at 97

Art Linkletter, who hosted popular TV shows People Are Funny and House Party in the 1950s and 1960s, has died. He was 97.

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Linkletter died Wednesday at his Bel-Air home in Los Angeles, his son-in-law, Art Hershey, told the Los Angeles Times.

Art Linkletter's House Party, which debuted on radio in 1944 and aired on CBS from 1952 to 1969, was one of television's longest-running variety shows. One of the show's features was daily interviews with schoolchildren, which Linkletter collected and used to create ... read more

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Premiered: September 01, 1952, on CBS
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Premise: Emmy-winning daytime variety show played for 25 years (on radio and TV) and drew laughs from Linkletter's coaxing of audience members to participate in silly stunts. `House Party,' which was renamed `The Linkletter Show' in 1968, also included daily interviews with schoolchildren. Their humorous, off-the-cuff remarks were published by Linkletter in a bestselling book called `Kids Say the Darndest Things,' which Bill Cosby adapted into a weekly series for CBS in 1998.

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