His son Peter Funt, who had co-hosted the specials with his father since 1987, became the producer and host.

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Following an ABC special in the summer of 1974 celebrating the program's 25th anniversary, Candid Camera returned that fall for a five-year run in weekly syndication, with Funt as emcee again and John Bartholomew Tucker and Dorothy Collins as early co-hosts.

Fannie Flagg, one of Funt’s writers during the 1960s run, also shared emcee duties with Funt during the 1970s era, as did Phyllis George, Betsy Palmer and Jo Ann Pflug.

This version was taped at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City for its first season, then moved to WTVF in Nashville for the remainder of its run.

The network TV version celebrated its 35th anniversary with an NBC special in 1983.Allen Funt Productions (1953; 1960–67; 1974-79; 1983; 1987-88; 1991-92) Bob Banner Associates (1960–67) Vin Di Bona Productions (1991-92) King World Productions (1991) Candid Camera, Inc.(1996-2004; 2014) Electus (2014) TV Land Original Production (2014)ABC (1948–49) NBC (1949–51) Syndication (1951–54) NBC (1954–59) CBS (1959–67) ABC (1974) Syndication (1974–79) NBC (1983) CBS (1987–88) Syndication (1991–92) CBS (1996–2001) PAX (2001–04) TV Land (2014) Candid Camera is an American hidden camera/practical joke reality television series created and produced by Allen Funt, which initially began on radio as The Candid Microphone on June 28, 1947.After the arrest attempt, Jillian was told the man was running a legitimate charity, a set-up that forced her into acting as though she had intended to donate hundreds of thousands of dollars all along.In another episode, the show filmed the reactions of citizens after they saw the former President Harry S. After being advised that the former president and his Secret Service entourage would be taking a walk in downtown Manhattan, the program tracked them with a hidden camera in a van.Among the standout favorite films was 1965's traffic cop Vic Cianca with the Pittsburgh Police who gained national exposure through the show and later appeared in Budweiser commercials as well as Italian TV and the movie Flashdance.