How many of you remember the TV show, “Candid Camera”?

The premise of the program was easy. The show involved hidden cameras filming ordinary people being confronted with unusual situations, sometimes involving trick props, such as a desk with drawers that pop open when one is closed or a car with a hidden extra gas tank. When the joke was revealed, victims would be told the show’s catchphrase, “Smile, you’re on Candid Camera.”

Originally created and produced by Allen Funt, it often featured practical jokes. Here is a 70-second video showing some highlights:

In the “old” days, perhaps you went to a wedding reception where there were instant cameras at every table. Guests were instructed to take photos of each other, and then the cameras were collected to be given to the bride and groom.

These days nearly everyone has a smart phone and can take digital photos. At the Burbank High School 50th Class Reunion on October 6th, please take photos of each other with your smart phones or digital cameras, and send them to us for the memory book. (For more information on ordering a memory book at only $10, click here.)

Here’s where to send your photos:

This is also a gentle reminder that if you are not able to come to the reunion and its activities, please send a current photo of yourself (headshot please) and perhaps a photo of yourself doing a favorite activity.

Here’s the important information:

Please go to the Registration Page to officially register.

50th Reunion FAQs – This page is updated continuously, so please check it frequently.

RSVP Guest List – check out the names in Red, meaning these people have paid.

Reunion Questionnaire – Even if you are not coming, please fill out the Questionnaire!

Senior Class Photos of Attendees – Pictures THEN

What people look like now!  – Pictures NOW

50th Reunion Cruise – Questions? Contact John Wray

Memorial List – Classmates who have died

Alumni Snapshots – Results of the Reunion Questionnaires

See what you’ve missed. Check out the Burbank High Class of 1968 blog.

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About Katherine Crosier

I am an organist in Honolulu—a rare breed of folks who play the King of Instruments! Through stories, photos, and videos, this blog is a diary of my musical journey ... and my family just groans!

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