We Remember Dick Clark With a Look Back at the Amazing Fashion on American Bandstand
Dick Clark (aka "America's Oldest Teenager") passed away yesterday at the age of 82. As the host of American Bandstand and the perennial harbinger of New Year's Eve, Dick Clark was there for a lot of pop culture moments. While so many people today are remembering American Bandstand for the musical acts and as a nostalgic reminder of a really transitional time in America, we're looking at it as an amazing lesson in fashion history. From that wasp-waisted 1950's silhouette that ruled at the…
Justine Carrelli and captioned by her as "Me with my best friend Pat"...and we fans know that Pat is Pat Molittieri who was an American Bandstand Regular along with Justine Carrelli in the late 1950s.
Remembering Dick Clark - 11/30/1929 - 4/18/2012
Dick Clark passed away from a heart attack on April 18 2012. He touched the hearts of many youth with his American Bandstand. Enjoy James Downing's memories!
Stroll dance. Come, let's Stroll across the flo..or - Beauty will save
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A Look Back at 4 Decades of American Bandstand Style
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