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Audience members participated in stunts and tests, often with hilarious results, in this long-running series, which began on radio in 1942 (also hosted by Art Linkletter). In 1984, NBC aired a revival with Flip Wilson as host, engaging people on the street (more…)

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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. See other celebrities who have died this year Linkletter died Wednesday at his Bel-Air home in Los Angeles, his son-in-law, Art… Read more

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People Are Funny About Marriage & Politics Season 1, Episode 16 Free

Host Art Linkletter has some fun with a couple in a game similar to today's Newlywed Game and pins a democrat and a republican against one another as he tests their knowledge.

People Are Funny About History Season 1, Episode 13 Free

Host Art Linkletter has a history major test some chorus girls about with some tough questions and a young woman gets lucky with a monkey.

People Are Funny About Pest Control Season 1, Episode 11 Free

Host Art Linkletter sends a guy masquerading as a bee keeper out with a bear cub and has a man call his wife to tell her he's working late, while it sounds like there's a big party going on in the background.

People Are Funny About Birthdays Season 1, Episode 8 Free

Host Art Linkletter has a birthday party for 75 year old woman who's never been married. Also, a father must tell Art what prize his son chose.

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