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1970s / Boogie - Canadian Disco TV Show
This show definitely belongs in a time capsule: Boogie--billed as "Canada's hippest TV Show"-- was a 1970s program produced by City-TV, an independent Toronto station. It was a weekly, low-budget show designed to capitalize on the disco craze. Every week it featured local dancers, disco fashion shows, and a dance competition. R. Paul Godfrey was its host. When disco died, it died too. Boogie was largely forgotten until it was resurrected in campy reruns as Retro Boogie Dance Party in the early 2000s on MuchMusic, a Canadian cable music channel.