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From the 50s through the 70s, most cities had their own local late night sci-fi/horror hosts, kiddie shows, teen dance programs, news, etc. Return to this simpler (and perhaps more creative) period in TV history. Tulsa's own King Lionel (with his right-hand man, Lee Woodward) moved from hosting a Three Stooges program to commenting on the evening news!
 

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