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  • Candid Camera - Wikipedia

    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 ...

  • Candid Camera Online!

    Smile, You're on the Candid Camera Web site - This is the official web site for television's most watched reality show. Hosted by Peter Funt and Dina Eastwood

  • Invisible Camera funny 1 - YouTube

    funny moment on Invisible Camera funny humor ... Test new features; Loading ...

  • Candid Camera | Peter Funt & Mayim Bialik Co-Host | TV Land

    Candid Camera is the 21st Century version of the classic hidden camera show that was popular for more than 50 years. Peter Funt and Mayim Bialik co-host.

  • The New Candid Camera (TV Series 1974–1979) - IMDb

    Created by Allen Funt. With Allen Funt, Richard Briglia, Joey Faye, Fannie Flagg. Weekly hidden camera series hosted by Allen Funt.

  • Candid Camera | The New Yorker

    There, if anywhere, is the Leica motto: watch and wait. If you were a predator, the moment—not just for Cartier-Bresson, but for all photographers—became that ...

  • Candid Camera (TV Series 2014– ) - IMDb

    Share this Rating. Title: Candid Camera (2014– ) 4.7 /10. Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? Use the HTML below.

  • 'Candid Camera' Revived at TV Land | Hollywood Reporter

    Peter Funt, son of series creator and original host Allen Funt, will co-host the new effort, which also hails from Ben Silverman's Electus.

  • 'Candid Camera' Makes a Comeback on TV Land Video - ABC News

    Smile. You're on candid camera. It's a phrase that's timeless. It's been with us for over 50 years. Candid camera is coming back. A brand new series ...

  • Candid Camera | The New Yorker

    The title of the new Bertrand Tavernier film, “The French Minister,” does not deceive. Most of it is set in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in Paris: a noble ...

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