Frank Lloyd Wright and Other Vintage TV

Above, we fea­ture Frank Lloyd Wright, who appeared on What’s My Line?, Amer­i­ca’s longest-run­ning game show, back in June 1956. Dur­ing its eigh­teen sea­sons, the show fea­tured many cul­tur­al VIPs, includ­ing Alfred Hitch­cock, Sal­vador DaliGrou­cho Marx, Carl Sand­burg and oth­ers.

Along sim­i­lar lines, it’s worth not­ing that YouTube now hosts a series of old-time tele­vi­sion shows. With­in this archive, you’ll find the com­plete episodes of The Lone Ranger, Bonan­za, You Bet Your Life, Burns and Allen, and Star Trek.

Relat­ed Con­tent:

Vin­tage Radio Archive: The Lone Ranger, Abbott & Costel­lo, and Bob Hope

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