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The question seems pro vocative, as Allen Funt's questions usually do, but the theme is embarrassment rather than enlightenment, as Allen Funt's theme usually is. But the film is mostly given over to verbal teases, to more or less straight in terviews about sex, and to tributes to the cuteness of little kids. Sometimes the movie be comes genuinely nasty, as when Funt poses as a bus ticket seller to ask travelers, in mildly shocked tones, what they think of the white black couple he has set to necking in one corner of the terminal. But more often it tries milking laughs from the device of asking expert opinion of people who don't know what they are talking about. The results range from the dully ridiculous to the unspeakably vulgar.
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By Bill Sanderson. The show moved to TV in , and bounced around the networks until , when CBS picked it up for a seven-year run. Soon, everybody else riding the elevator faces the rear, too. During his five years in the army, he began tinkering with wire recorders — he liked their portability, and thought up different ways of hiding them from unsuspecting people. He also made some movie shorts for Columbia Pictures before taking his idea to TV.
Candid Camera , the first and longest running reality-based comedy program, premiered on ABC 10 August under its original radio title Candid Microphone. The format of the program featured footage taken by a hidden camera of everyday people caught in hoaxes devised by the show's host Allen Funt. In the world of Candid Camera mailboxes talked to passers by, cars rolled along effortlessly without engines, little boys used x-ray glasses, and secretaries were chained to their desks--all to provoke a reaction from unsuspecting mechanics, clerks, customers and passers by. In a Psychology Today article, Funt explained his move to television by saying that he "wanted to go beyond what people merely said, to record what they did--their gestures, facial expressions, confusions and delights.