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Dick Clark, gameshow host, 1985. (Craig Allen photo)
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“So Long!” Dick Clark (VIDEOS)

"America's Oldest Living Teenager," Dick Clark, shuffled off to the big sock-hop in the sky this past Wednesday. Sadly, we've lost another Amerian icon.

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David Welker, Getty Images
David Welker, Getty Images
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Dick Clark Memories From An Old Philly Boy

With the passing this week of that American Icon, Dick Clark, everyone has been sharing their memories of him and his many contributions to American music and culture through the past half-century. Here are mine:

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Andy Gury hosts Dancin' On Air
Andy Gury, host of Dancin' On Air 1986-1987. (YouTube)
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“Dancin’ on Air” Host Recalls Influence of Dick Clark [VIDEO]

The late Dick Clark was not only a name of the past. His approach to broadcasting, in every type of media, has carried over to the present day. In fact, a show relaunched just last month adopts the style and format made famous by Clark.

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Vince Bucci, Getty Images
Vince Bucci, Getty Images
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Dick Clark’s Passing Leaves a Huge Void [VIDEO]

Personally I didn’t think it would ever happen. I always thought Dick Clark would live forever and always look like “Alphaville” sings “Forever Young”.  Dick Clark was many things to many people in music and television. He was a graduate of Syracuse with a business degree that new how to manipulate the birth of rock n roll to his advantage. You can learn more about that in the PBS documentary “The Wages Of Spin” He was a visionary who created some of the best games shows of their time on television.

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Dick Clark in the 1950s. (Facebook)
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Dick Clark, ‘Bandstand’ Put Philly On Cultural Map [VIDEO]

Dick Clark may have worked in bigger cities over the course of his long entertainment career, but it was his time in Philadelphia that made him a household name.

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Dick Clark (Kevin Winter/Getty Images for ATI)
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Dick Clark Dead At Age 82 [VIDEO]

Dick Clark has died at the age of 82 as a nation remembers his influence on television that was felt for over 50 years.

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