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Dennis Richmond and Elaine Corral

 
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Ross McGowan, Steve McPartlin, Brian Copeland, Ken Wayne, Frank Somerville, Tori Campbell

 
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KTVU anchor Leslie Griffith

 
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Gary Park, George Reading, Marcia Brandwynne and George Wilkins

 
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Pat McCormick, Dialing for Dollars

 
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KTVU anchor Frank Somerville

 
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KTVU anchor Julie Haener

 
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KTVU meteorologist Bill Martin

 
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KTVU reporter Lloyd Lacuesta

 
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George Watson and Isabel Duron

 
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Gary Park, George Reading, Marcia Brandwynne and Bob Wilkins

 
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Claud Mann, Elaine Corrall, Mark Ibanez

 
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Charley and Humphrey

 
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Frank Somerville, Laura Zimmerman and Ross McGowan - Mornings on 2

 
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KTVU reporter Rita Williams

 
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Creature Features with Bob Wilkins

 
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Bob March as "Captain Satellite"

 
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KTVU reporter Bob Mackenzie

 
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KTVU sports anchor Mark Ibanez

 
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Dennis Richmond in the early days of KTVU

 
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KTVU reporter Faith Fancher

 
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Gary Kauf and Ross McGowan

 
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Starting in 1958, Channel 2 had a franchised version of the live children’s show “Romper Room,” originally hosted by Miss Nancy Besst.