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The former president replied he expected she had something to do with the van that had been following him, and pointed straight into the camera with his walking stick without turning to look.
Some of Funt's pieces did not involve pranks but consisted simply of interviews with ordinary people.
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The format has been revived numerous times, appearing on U. TV networks and in syndication (first-run) in each succeeding decade, as either a regular show or a series of specials.(1996-2004; 2014) Electus (2014) TV Land Original Production (2014)ABC (1948–49) NBC (1949–51) Syndication (1951–54) NBC (1954–59) CBS (1959–67) ABC (1974) Syndication (1974–79) NBC (1983) CBS (1987–88) Syndication (1991–92) CBS (1996–2001) PAX (2001–04) TV Land (2014) Candid Camera is an American hidden camera/practical joke reality television series created and produced by Allen Funt, which initially began on radio as The Candid Microphone on June 28, 1947.After a series of theatrical film shorts, also titled Candid Microphone, Funt's concept came to television on August 10, 1948, and continued into the 1970s.The show involved concealing cameras filming ordinary people being confronted with unusual situations, sometimes involving trick props, such as a desk with drawers that pop open when one is closed or a car with a hidden extra gas tank.When the joke was revealed, victims would be told the show's catchphrase, "Smile, you're on Candid Camera." The show often played its hidden-camera pranks on celebrities as well: one episode had actress Ann Jillian scheduled to make a small donation to a Lithuanian charity.
The Candid Microphone was first heard on Saturday, June 28, 1947, at p.m. Funt brought his program to ABC television in 1948, using the Candid Microphone title of the radio series, and then switched to NBC in the fall of 1949 (for Philip Morris, with Ken Roberts as his announcer), at which point its name was changed to Candid Camera.