Original amateur hour novelty dancer
The leathery Mr. Boone is the host of a DVD retrospective of the nation's just-folks talent contest, which featured fiddling farmers, trombone-impersonating boiler builders and whistling dentists vying for the top spot. Viewers called in or wrote postcards! There are two discs in the set. The first, an overview of the show's history, earnestly tries to convince us of how important it was.
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Before "American Idol" and "Star Search," there was "The Original Amateur Hour," a televised talent show hosted by Ted Mack from to that featured singers and dancers, twirlers and jugglers, and invited viewers to send postcards to pick the winners. Wayne Luchau, who grew up in Ada, Minn. Luchau, of Eden Prairie, Minn.