pls raise periscope.
In 1971, our family moved from Akron to Columbus. We left behind the world of Cleveland TV personalities, like Barnaby and Captain Penny, and moved into the orbit of Cincinnati TV shows that were carried on Columbus stations. One of the Cincinnati shows was a silly daytime variety show called The Paul Dixon Show.
Paul Dixon was an older man who appeared to wear an obvious toupee. I’m not sure whether he had any special talent, but he had been hosting his show for years and was a celebrity in the Cincinnati area. One of his trademark segments was to attach a “knee tickler” — a kind of dangling ornament — to the hems of the dresses of the housewives who made up the studio audience for his show. Campy music would play, Paul Dixon would make a few lascivious facial expressions at the camera, and then he…
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