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Opening titles for Swingin' Time
|Country of origin||Canada|
|Running time||30 to 60 mins. (approx)|
|Original run||1965 – 1968|
Swingin' Time was a music variety show, similar to American Bandstand, hosted by WKNR (Keener 13, Detroit) personality Robin Seymour and also, for a time, CKLW radio's Tom Shannon. This show was broadcast on CKLW-TV Channel 9 (now CBET-DT) out of Windsor, Ontario Canada, from 1965 to 1968, and also seen in a few other markets in syndication. The show featured recording acts, both nationally and locally popular, lip-synching to their latest releases while teenagers showcased the latest dances on the show's dance floor. In its brief run, the show featured well-known acts Motown like Smokey Robinson & the Miracles, Marvin Gaye, The Marvelettes, and The Four Tops, and non-Motown acts such as Bob Seger.
Rights to surviving footage of the show are now owned by Research Video.
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