John Guedel, (Oct. 9, 1913, Portland, Indiana – Dec. 14, 2001, Los Angeles, California) was a radio and television producer who co-created and produced Art Linkletter's and Groucho Marx's most important and successful broadcast properties, including You Bet Your Life and People Are Funny. He also created The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet and is sometimes credited with the first singing radio commercial in 1937.
- Douglas, Martin (2001-12-24). "John Guedel, 88, Producer Who Shaped Early Television". The New York Times. Retrieved 5 July 2010.
- Guedel, Heidi (2003). Animatrix – a Female Animator: How Laughter Saved My Life. iUniverse. ISBN 978-0595287307.
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