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The Morning Show

The Morning Show

The Morning Show (1954-1956), originally hosted by Walter Cronkite and very similar to The Today Show in fashion (it too, ran for two hours from 7-9 a.m. until being reduced to one hour to accommodate the premiere of Captain Kangaroo in 1955). Additional hosts over the years included Jack Parr, John Henry Faulk, and Dick Van Dyke. It made a brief return between April and December 1957 with Jimmy Dean as its host.
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Jimmy DeanJimmy Dean
As Himself (1957)
Dick Van DykeDick Van Dyke
As Himself (1955-1956)
Walter CronkiteWalter Cronkite
As Himself (1954-1955)

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