Friday, February 12, 2016

Dick Clark, This Is Your Life

Back in 1959, when he was all of 30 years old, Dick Clark, who died today at the age of 82, was the subject of the NBC network TV show This Is Your Life.

Dick Clark, This Is Your Life


Back in 1959 when he was all of 30 years old, Dick Clark, who died today at the age of 82, was the subject of the NBC network TV  show This Is Your Life. Host Ralph Edwards surprised Clark with the introduction "musical starmaker, America's #1 disc jockey, and the spokesman of the great wholesome majority of American teenagers!" 

Watch the clip below. Thanks to David Stampone.

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