Open House (Canadian TV series)

Open House was a 1952 Canadian television series which presented segments of interest to women, including cooking, fabrics, interior design, exercise, fashion, books and current events. The show was originally hosted by Corinne Conley. Later, the show was co-hosted by a male/female couple including Anna Cameron and Fred Davis were the television couple, and their place was taken, starting in 1960, by Gwen Grant and Max Ferguson.

Open House
Genretalk show
Presented byCorinne Conley
Anna Cameron and Fred Davis
Gwen Grant and Max Ferguson
Paul Fox
Elizabeth Cleaton
Lorraine Thomson (1960-62)
Jehane Benoit
Mary Humphries
Kildare Dobbs
ProducersTed Pope
Peggy Nairn Liptrott (1959-1962)
Running time30 minutes
Original release1952 (1952) –
1962 (1962)

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