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To use this website, cookies must be enabled in your browser.To enable cookies, follow the instructions for your browser below.The series debuted on NBC in 1976, not long after the arrival of “Saturday Night Live.” A little-known Andy Kaufman, who guested on the premiere of "SNL," lip-syncing to the "Mighty Mouse" theme, might as easily have appeared on “The Gong Show.”As host of "The Gong Show," a kind of anti-talent show that mixed celebration and humiliation, Barris was everything that television hosts were not.A world away from the theater- and radio-trained, Teflon-coated emcees of other game shows, including some he produced himself, he was the appropriately amateur host of a (mostly) amateur hour."The Gong Show," an upside-down talent contest and trash-can vaudeville show, was a not entirely ironic parade of ineptitude and cheek, in which mediocrity was not always distinguishable from cleverness.
She later appeared in the BBC sitcom Keeping Up Appearances.
Appearing in an era of rapid social change, Barris' shows could somehow seem at once of their time, ahead of their time and behind the times.
Launched at the end of 1965, "The Dating Game" — with its Tijuana Brass soundtrack and its semi-psychedelic stage design, its organized flirtatiousness and vague promise of sex — felt at once old-fashioned and freshly free.
The bulk of the Lincoln Papers consists of letters written to Lincoln by a wide variety of correspondents: friends, and legal and political associates from Lincoln's Springfield, Illinois days; national and regional political figures and reformers; and local people and organizations writing to their president.
At 21, in a blue and white striped cotton shirt, a one-bit hat, and pants rolled up six inches from his socks, Abraham Lincoln appeared to his friends to be "as ruff a specimen of humanity as could be found." Thirty years later, Lincoln was a candidate for the President of the United States, and James Q.