The Linkletter Show (1952–1970)
"House Party" (original title)

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Won 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 2 nominations. See more awards »
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 Himself - Host / ... (27 episodes, 1952-1969)
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1 September 1952 (USA)  »

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Art Linkletter's House Party  »

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(1952-1968 & 1968-1969)

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(1952-1966)| (1966-1970)

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1.33 : 1
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31 January 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The show aired on radio for years then went to BOTH radio and TV before it ran exclusively on TV.

Opening Line; COME ON IN, IT'S TIME FOR ART LINKLETTR'S HOUSE PARTY. The opening shot was a rectangular sign that said ART LINKLETTER'S HOUSE PARTY with "traveling" lights around the perimeter.

Music was provided by MUZZY MARCELLINO - a small music group. Muzzy was the guy that WHISTLED in the hit record, "THE HIGH & THE MIGHTY." Art often went into the audience and interviewed people.

Art's program featured the winners of the Pillsbuy Bake-off (Pillsbury was a big sponsor).

The announcer for the program was JACK SLATTERY.

The last 5 minutes of the program featured 5 primary school kids, whom Art asked questions, usually designed to embarrass their parents. This segment led to a series of books "Kids Say the Darndest Things."


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