Lotsa dancin', disco music 'n tight pants!

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Merv Griffin
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Charlie O'Donnell Charlie O'Donnell ...  Himself - Announcer 9 episodes, 1980-1987
Deney Terrio Deney Terrio ...  Himself - Host 5 episodes, 1980-1982
Ted Lange ...  Himself 3 episodes, 1979-1981
Caryn Richman ...  Herself 3 episodes, 1980
Elvin Yoshida Elvin Yoshida ...  Themselves 3 episodes, 1980
Susan Richardson ...  Herself 2 episodes, 1979-1981
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Deney Terrio (later Adrian Zmed of "T.J. Hooker" fame) hosted this syndicated musical variety series in which three C-level celebrities judged amateurs dancing to hottest disco hits of the day. Written by Marty McKee <mmckee@soltec.net>

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Game-Show | Music

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USA

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English

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Mono

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Right after the closing credits, a special guest judge of the week would announce that "Dance Fever was recorded in front of an audience that was live". See more »

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Referenced in ALF: Can I Get a Witness? (1988) See more »

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Living By The Beat
(Main Theme)
Performed by Merv Griffin
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Before Dancing with the Stars!
5 December 2009 | by SylSee all my reviews

This half-hour show was shown weekly in syndication. I remember actor, Adrian Zmed, being the host back in the 1980s. They would have judges who were kinder than today's judges. Sometimes being brutally honest doesn't always convey a good image. They would dance on the dance fever stage in disco style to some seventies and eighties music. They were couples who competed for a prize money and the judges were probably dancers themselves. Anyway, the show was worth the entertainment for the time in syndication. The music reminds me of nostalgia and I recall syndication as being a comfortable place to see other programs that normally wouldn't be seen on network television.


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