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Movie - Television Titles :

The 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (2006) (TV) .... Himself
New Year's Rockin' Eve 2006 (2005) (TV) .... Himself - Host
... aka Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 2006 (USA: complete title) 
Wildwood Days (2005) .... Himself
Sid Bernstein Presents... (2005) .... Himself
"Good Day Live" 
- Episode dated 12 November 2004 (2004) TV Episode .... Himself
"Jimmy Kimmel Live" 
- Episode dated 11 November 2004 (2004) TV Episode .... Himself
Motown 45 (2004) (TV) .... Himself
"Larry King Live" 
- Episode dated 16 April 2004 (2004) TV Episode .... Himself
Intimate Portrait: Donna Summer (2004) (TV) .... Himself
Michael Jackson: The One (2004) (TV) .... Himself
"200 Greatest Pop Culture Icons" (2003) (mini) TV Series .... Himself/Interviewee
ABC's 50th Anniversary Celebration (2003) (TV) .... Himself
ABC 50th Anniversary Blooper Celebration (2003) (TV) .... Himself
Love & Haight (2003) (V) .... Himself
TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV (2003) (TV) .... Himself
... aka 1st Annual TV Land Awards (USA: short title) 
"The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn" 
... aka The Late Late Show (USA: short title) 
- Episode dated 8 January 2003 (2003) TV Episode .... Himself
"The E! True Hollywood Story" 
- The Gong Show (2003) TV Episode .... Himself
Intimate Portrait: Vicki Lawrence (2003) (TV) .... Himself
Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2002) .... Himself
... aka Confessions d'un homme dangereux (Canada: French title) 
Bubblegum Babylon (2002) (TV) .... Himself
- Episode dated 27 November 2002 (2002) TV Episode .... Himself
- Episode dated 26 November 2002 (2002) TV Episode .... Himself
- Episode dated 25 November 2002 (2002) TV Episode .... Himself
"Listen Up! Charles Barkley with Ernie Johnson" 
... aka Listen Up! (USA: short title) 
- Episode #1.1 (2002) TV Episode .... Himself
Bowling for Columbine (2002) .... Himself, restaurant owner
... aka Bowling for Columbine (Germany) 
American Bandstand's 50th Anniversary Celebration (2002) (TV) .... Host
"Dharma & Greg" 
- Mission: Implausible (2002) TV Episode .... Himself
- Bed, Bath, and Beyond (1999) TV Episode .... Himself
- Invasion of the Buddy Snatcher (1998) TV Episode .... Himself
"Howard Stern" 
- Episode dated 29 January 2002 (2002) TV Episode .... Himself
Rockin New Year's Eve 2002 (2001) (TV) .... Himself/Host
... aka Dick Clark's Rockin New Year's Eve 2002 (USA: complete title) 
- Bobby Rydell: Wild About Bobby (2001) TV Episode .... Himself
- Connie Francis: America's Sweetheart of Song (1998) TV Episode .... Himself
- Donna Summer (1995) TV Episode .... Himself
Recess Christmas: Miracle on Third Street (2001) (V) .... Himself
- The Price of Their Toys (2001) TV Episode .... Himself
Kiss: Beyond the Makeup (2001) (TV) .... Himself
The 28th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (2001) (TV) .... Himself
The 28th Annual American Music Awards (2001) (TV) .... Himself
Laughing Out Loud: America's Funniest Comedians (2001) (V) (uncredited) .... Narrator
"The Other Half" (2001) TV Series .... Co-Host
"Winning Lines" (2000) TV Series .... Host
Intimate Portrait: Suzanne Somers (2000) (TV) .... Himself/Interviewed
ABC 2000: The Millennium (1999) (TV) 
"The X Files" 
... aka The X-Files (USA) 
- Millennium (1999) TV Episode .... Himself
"The Simpsons" 
- Treehouse of Horror X (1999) TV Episode (voice) .... Himself
- Space Pilot 3000 (1999) TV Episode (voice) .... Himself
The Suburbans (1999) .... Himself
"Celebrity Profile" 
- Donny Osmond (????) TV Episode .... Himself
... aka Disney's Recess: Created by Paul and Joe (USA: complete title) 
- Yes, Mikey, Santa Does Shave: Part 1 (1998) TV Episode (voice) .... Himself
- Yes, Mikey, Santa Does Shave: Part 2 (1998) TV Episode (voice) .... Himself
TV Guide's 40th Anniversary (1998) (TV) .... Himself
Bobby Darin: Beyond the Song (1998) (TV) .... Himself
"Behind the Music" 
... aka VH1's Behind the Music (USA) 
- Lionel Richie (1998) TV Episode .... Himself
- Tony Orlando (1998) TV Episode .... Himself
"Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" 
... aka Sabrina (USA: promotional abbreviation) 
... aka Sabrina Goes to College (USA: promotional title) 
- And the Sabrina Goes to... (1998) TV Episode .... Himself
"Murphy Brown" 
- Opus One (1998) TV Episode .... Himself
Motown 40: The Music Is Forever (1998) (TV) .... Himself
The 55th Annual Golden Globe Awards (1998) (TV) .... Himself
"TV Censored Bloopers 98" (1998) TV Series .... Host
- A Girl's Gotta Love a Wedding (1997) TV Episode .... Himself
"The Weird Al Show" 
- The Obligatory Holiday Episode (1997) TV Episode .... Himself
Meet Hanson (1997) (TV) .... Himself
"It Takes Two" (1997) TV Series .... Himself - Host
"The Drew Carey Show" 
- Drew's the Other Man (1996) TV Episode .... Himself
"The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" 
- I, Whoops, There It Is (1996) TV Episode .... Himself
- The Philadelphia Story (1994) TV Episode .... Himself
"Mad About You" 
- New Year's Eve (1995) TV Episode .... Himself
A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes: The Annette Funicello Story (1995) (TV) .... Himself
... aka A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes (Canada: English title) (USA: short title) 
- The One with the Monkey (1994) TV Episode (uncredited) .... Himself
Will You Marry Me? (1994) (TV) .... Himself
"The Fantastic Four" 
... aka The Marvel Action Hour: The Fantastic Four (USA) 
- The Origin of the Fantastic Four: Part 1 (1994) TV Episode (voice) .... Himself
ABC's 40th Anniversary (1994) (TV) .... Himself
American Bandstand's Teen Idol (1994) (TV) .... Host
Miss Universe Pageant (1993) (TV) .... Himself - Host
"Scattegories" (1993) TV Series .... Host
The Connie Francis Scrapbook (1992) (V) .... Himself
- Blossom - A Rockumentary (1991) TV Episode .... Himself
Miss Universe Pageant (1991) (TV) .... Himself - Host
Circus of the Stars #15 (1990) (TV) .... Performer
"The Challengers" (1990) TV Series .... Host
"The Howard Stern Show" 
- Episode dated 4 August 1990 (1990) TV Episode .... Himself
Smokey Robinson: The Quiet Legend (1990) (TV) .... Himself
Michael Jackson: The Legend Continues (1988) (V) .... Himself
The Return of Bruno (1988) .... Himself
Farm Aid '87 (1987) (TV) .... Himself
It's Howdy Doody Time (1987) (TV) .... Guest
Circus of the Stars #11 (1986) (TV) .... Himself/Ringmaster
Best of Bandstand (1986) (V) 
... aka Dick Clark's Best of Bandstand (USA: complete title) 
NBC 60th Anniversary Celebration (1986) (TV) .... Himself
Circus of the Stars #10 (1985) (TV) .... Himself - Ringmaster
Live Aid (1985) (TV) .... Himself/host
The Compleat Al (1985) (V) .... Himself
American Bandstand's 33 1/3 Celebration (1985) (TV) .... Himself
Night of 100 Stars II (1985) (TV) .... Himself
"Star Search" 
- Episode #2.16 (1984) TV Episode .... Himself - Introducer
"TV's Bloopers & Practical Jokes" (1984) TV Series .... Host
... aka Super Bloopers & New Practical Jokes (new title) 
... aka Super Bloopers and Pratical Jokes (USA: new title) 
Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever (1983) (TV) .... Himself
... aka Motown 25 (USA: short title) 
"Police Squad!" 
- Testimony of Evil (Dead Men Don't Laugh) (1982) TV Episode .... Himself
"Inside America" .... Himself - Host
- Episode dated 18 April 1982 (1982) TV Episode .... Himself - Host
Night of 100 Stars (1982) (TV) .... Himself
American Bandstand's 30th Anniversary Special (1981) (TV) .... Himself - Host
The American Music Awards (1981) (TV) .... Himself
... aka The 8th American Music Awards (USA) 
"The Krypton Factor" (1981) TV Series .... Host
The 32nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (1980) (TV) .... Himself - Co-host
Olivia Newton-John: Hollywood Nights (1980) (TV) .... Himself
... aka Hollywood Nights (USA) 
The Television Annual: 1978/1979 (1979) (TV) 
Good Old Days Part II (1978) (TV) .... Himself - Co-host
... aka Dick Clark's Good Ol' Days Part 2 (USA: complete title) 
... aka Disney's Wonderful World (USA: new title) 
... aka The Disney Sunday Movie (USA: new title) 
... aka The Magical World of Disney (USA: new title) 
... aka The Wonderful World of Disney (USA: new title) 
... aka Walt Disney (USA: new title) 
... aka Walt Disney Presents (USA: new title) 
... aka Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (USA: new title) 
- Mickey's 50 (1978) TV Episode .... Himself
"Live Wednesday" (1978) TV Series .... Himself
... aka Dick Clark's Live Wednesday (USA: complete title) 
Deadman's Curve (1978) (TV) .... Himself
ABC 25th Anniversary (1978) (TV) .... Himself
Good Old Days (1977) (TV) .... Himself
... aka Dick Clark's Good Old Days (USA: complete title) 
... aka Dinah! & Friends 
- Episode dated 11 October 1977 (1977) TV Episode .... Himself
- Episode dated 22 July 1977 (1977) TV Episode .... Himself
- Episode dated 12 November 1976 (1976) TV Episode .... Himself
- Episode dated 10 November 1976 (1976) TV Episode .... Himself
American Bandstand's 25th Anniversary (1977) (TV) .... Himself/Host
"The Captain and Tennille" 
- Episode dated 31 January 1977 (1977) TV Episode .... Himself
Battle of the Network Stars (1976) (TV) .... Himself
"Where the Action Is" (1965) TV Series .... Host (1973-1974)
"The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973) TV Series .... Host (1973-1988)
... aka New $25,000 Pyramid (USA: new title) 
... aka The $100,000 Pyramid (USA: syndication title) 
... aka The $20,000 Pyramid (USA: new title) 
... aka The $25,000 Pyramid (USA: syndication title) 
... aka The $50,000 Pyramid (USA: new syndication title) 
... aka The New $100,000 Pyramid (USA: new syndication title) 
"The Odd Couple" 
- The New Car (1973) TV Episode .... Himself
"The Partridge Family" 
- Star Quality (1970) TV Episode .... Himself
"The Dick Cavett Show" 
- Episode dated 8 September 1970 (1970) TV Episode .... Himself
"He Said, She Said" 
- Episode dated 1 June 1970 (1970) TV Episode .... Himself
The Phynx (1970) .... Himself
Jack Benny's Bag (1968) (TV) .... Himself
- Shoot a Crooked Arrow (1966) TV Episode (uncredited) .... Himself
Celebrity Party (1963) (TV) .... Himself - as Host
... aka Dick Clark's Celebrity Party (USA: complete title) 
"Missing Links" (1963) TV Series .... Host (March 1964-December 1964)
"The Object Is" (1963) TV Series .... Host
"The Jack Benny Program" 
... aka The Jack Benny Show 
- Dick Clark Show (1960) TV Episode .... Himself
"This Is Your Life" 
- Dick Clark (1959) TV Episode .... Himself
Gidget (1959) (uncredited) .... Himself, Trailer Host
"To Tell the Truth" 
- Episode dated 2 September 1958 (1958) TV Episode .... Guest Panelist
"What's My Line?" 
- Episode dated 27 July 1958 (1958) TV Episode .... Himself - Guest Panelist
- Episode dated 29 June 1958 (1958) TV Episode .... Himself - Guest Panelist
"The Dick Clark Show" (1958) TV Series .... Himself
... aka The Dick Clark Saturday Night Beechnut Show (USA) 
Jamboree (1957) .... Himself
... aka Disc Jockey Jamboree (UK) 
"Bandstand" (1952) TV Series .... Himself - Host (1956-1987)
... aka AB (USA: short title) 
... aka American Bandstand (USA: new title) 
... aka American Bandstand 1966 (USA: ninth season title) 
... aka New American Bandstand 1965 (USA: new title) 
... aka VH1's Best of American Bandstand (USA: rerun title) 
"TV Teen Club" (1949) TV Series .... Announcer
... aka Paul Whiteman's TV Teen Club

Authors Description: Richard Wagstaff Clark was born November 30, 1929 in Mount Vernon, New York.He was an average student until he reached the tenth grade and discovered radio..At that time he decided radio would be his career. The summer after high school Clark was given a job at WRUN-AM radio in Rome, NY. The station was owned by his uncle and run by his father. Clark was only an office boy, but the station manager asked him to fill in for a vacationing weatherman on WRUN's new FM station. By summer's end Clark had advanced to station breaks. Clark attended Syracuse University where he majored in advertising with a minor in radio. In his senior year he had a got a job with WOLF a country station in Syracuse He came back to WRUN for a short time where he used the name Richard Clay that led to his first television job, as a newscaster at WKTV in Utica, NY. Using the name Dick Clark in 1952 he went to work for WFIL radio and television in Philadelphia, PA.That summer WFIL decided to follow the new trend of having announcers play records over the air. Shortly there after, they tried the same format on television. Bob Horn, a WRIL radio deejay, aired an early form of music video on a show called "Bandstand". Within a month teenagers were invited to come and dance while Horn played records.. The show became very successful with the high school students. At this time Clark was hosting a similar program on WFIL radio and in 1955 when Horn went on vacation Clark filled in for him. Clark took over the show on July 9, 1956 after Horn's drunken driving arrest. Clark knew almost none of the songs, but had the insight to work with the kids. He'd ask about favorite songs, clothing trends and watched for dance fads. At 26 he was young enough to be a friend and projected a none threatening image. After several years of local success Bandstand went national. The first national broadcast of American Bandstand was on August 5, 1957 on ABC-TV from 3:00-4:30 P.M.. This was the perfect time to reach teens coming home from school. Girls that appeared on the show weren't allowed to wear slacks or tight sweaters and the boys had to wear a coat and tie. Smoking and chewing gum was not allowed. The show was built around a regular group of Philadelphia high school students who developed their own national following American Bandstand provided the first national exposure of Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Holly, and Chubby Checker among others. The success of the show also encouraged the proliferation of local labels such as Cameo-Parkway, Swan, Jamie, and Chancellor. Clark was financially involved in Swan and Jamie, and acts for these labels, and acts for these labels seemed to prosper more than most as a result of exposure on American Bandstand. On Feb 15, 1958 The Dick Clark Show received a spot in ABC-TV's Saturday night line up.. It featured established as well as new acts and was broadcast live from New York. Twenty million fans were watching American Bandstand and by the end of the year was being carried on sixty-four stations. "The man was big. He was the biggest thing at the time in America at that time. He was bigger than the President!" ....... Hank Ballard, The Midnighters With the large number of viewers having a new song played on the show virtually guaranteed that thousands of the record would be sold in the next week. A record played daily had a good chance of going top ten. Agents attempted to get their acts on the show. Soon the power of the show became a concern within the music business. Many people in the business thought Clark was more concerned with local music companies then national desires. Philadelphia's record companies were frequent guests. They also noted, Clark had invested in local record pressing plants and the records they manufactured were played more often on American Bandstand then those from elsewhere. In 1959 a US Senate subcommittee began investigating payola within the music business.Clark along with Alan Freed were of particular interest to the committee. Investigators found that Clark had partial copyrights to one hundred and fifty songs, many of them were played on his show. Also, there were ties to thirty three music related businesses, including publishers, recording companies, and pressing plants, most being located in Philadelphia. Clark admitted to accepting a fur stole and expensive jewelry from a record company president. He was admonished for only this single transgression, despite the fact that songs and artists that he held considerable financial interests were frequently feature on American Bandstand. At the end of the investigation the Senators could find nothing illegal. In mid October, 1959 ABC-TV told Clark to give up these outside businesses or leave the network. Clark sold those interests Clark moved his headquarters to Los Angeles in the 1960s. In 1965 he produced "Where The Action Is" for ABC-TV. Hosted by Paul Revere and the Raiders it was a "Bandstand" type show. Clark continued to host American Bandstand after it left ABC-TV and went into syndication. When he quit hosting in 1989 it had become the longest running television variety show of all time. In 1973 Clark produced the American Music Awards Show. The show was to offset what younger music executives felt of the Grammy awards toward "adult contemporary music" Clark also became host for "$10, 000 Pyramid" and "TV's Bloopers and Practical Jokes" Shares of Dick Clark Productions began trading in 1987. In 1990s he produced made for TV films as well as theatrical movies Clarks personal taste in music was set in the 40s. This can be seen in American Bandstand he choose "Bandstand Boogie" by Les Elgarts Orchestra. The Dick Clark Show shifted away from rockers and by 1959 "pop" performers were appearing frequently Clark tried to get a feel for the music he played and genuinely liked the teenagers and performers as individuals. However, Clark said that the sole reason for his relationship with rock and roll was for the money. Asked what his main contribution was Clark replied that he was proud to present more artists on television then anyone else. However, Clark had a large share of the responsibility for changing rock and roll from a vital energized music in 1956 into the homogenized 'teenpop' in 1959 Dick Clark was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993

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