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American radio and television personality in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, best known for being the original host of Bandstand (which later became American Bandstand). Wikipedia

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    • In 1952, the teen dance party program called Bandstand premiered on local television, hosted by Bob Horn.Philadelphia-Wikipedia
    • It was in this new broadcast center that Triangle began broadcasting Bandstand (later called American Bandstand), first with Bob Horn, then with Dick Clark as host.WFIL-Wikipedia
    • WFIL had an affiliated television station (now WPVI) with the same call sign, which began broadcasting a show called Bob Horn's Bandstand in 1952.Dick Clark-Wikipedia
    • Clark became host of WFIL-TV's Bandstand program when the original host, Bob Horn, was arrested for alleged impaired driving in the midst of an anti-drunk-driving campaign by the Triangle-owned Philadelphia Inquirer.Triangle Publications-Wikipedia
    • In 1954, the Elgarts left their permanent mark on music history in recording Albertine's "Bandstand Boogie," for the legendary television show originally hosted by Bob Horn, and two years later, by Dick Clark.Larry Elgart-Wikipedia
    • The show debuted with Bob Horn as host and took off after Dick Clark, already a radio veteran at age 26, took over in 1956.Edward Yates-Wikipedia

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