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John Harlan (born in USAmarker) is an American television announcer who has worked on numerous television projects for over 40 years, particularly game and variety shows.

He is considered the "prince of announcers" by some critics and fans, for his highly-inflected nasal tones. Perhaps his best-known work was for the Bob Hope specials aired on NBC during the 1960s through the 1990s. Among game show fanciers, his most memorable outings were the versions of Name That Tune produced between 1974 and 1985.

Some of his credits include:



Harlan is now semi-retired, working only on occasional TV specials. He also was president of Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters.

Harlan attended Fresno State Universitymarker.

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