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#13029: $64,000 QUESTION, THE
1956-00-00, WCBS, 6 min.
Hal March

June 7th, 1955-November 9th, 1958

The $64,000 Question was the first of television's big-money shows in prime time. It was hosted by Hal March. 

In this episode, contestants on the subject of William Shakespeare and dueling. 

Host: Hal March.

                                                   
#13011: $64,000 QUESTION, THE
1956-00-00, WCBS, 4 min.
Hal March

June 7th, 1955-November 9th, 1958

The $64,000 Question was the first of television's big-money shows in prime time. It was hosted by Hal March. 

In this episode, a professional wrestler wins $8,000 in a category about flowers.

                                      
#13004: $64,000 CHALLENGE, THE
1956-10-07, WCBS, 9 min.
Vincent Price, Ralph Story, Edward G. Robinson, Gino Prato

April 8th, 1956-September 14th, 1958

The $64,000 Challenge was the first game show to be spun off from another TV game show, the $64,000 Question. Sonny Fox served as the first host of the show but was replaced in September 1956 by Ralph Story. The show was taken off the air in September 1958 due to the TV game show scandals that were taking place. 


Guests are Vincent Price and Edward G. Robinson. The contestant is Italian prize-winner Gino Prato. Ralph Story is the host.                                                              
#13005: WHAT'S MY LINE?
1956-10-07, WCBS, 9 min.
Phil Rizzuto, John Daly, Dorothy Kilgallen, Arlene Francis, Bennett Cerf

Former Yankee shortstop Phil Rizzuto joins Bennett Cerf, Dorothy Kilgallen, and Arlene Francis, on the panel. John Daly is the host.                                       
#13012: BREAK THE $250,000 BANK
1956-10-09, WNBC, 5 min.
Bert Parks

October 9, 1956-January 29, 1957

A game show with Bert Parks as host. (series premiere)                                   
#13009: BIG SURPRISE THE
1956-10-09, WNBC, 4 min.
Mike Wallace

October 8th, 1955-April 2nd, 1957
 
A quiz show with a $100,000 top prize. Jack Barry was the original host. He was replaced in the second season by Mike Wallace. 

NOTE:
Almost all daytime game shows from the 1950's thru the 1970's have been destroyed. A conservative conscientious  effort to save programming by CBS's archives begin in 1972, ABC in 1978, and NBC in 1980. Only a handful of producers (most notably Goodson-Todman) did arrange for the preservation of their shows even during the tape-recycling period.

                                                    
#13031: DO YOU TRUST YOUR WIFE?
1956-10-30, WCBS, 6 min.
Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy, Mortimer Snerd

January 3rd,1956- March 26th,1957 (CBS) September 30th, 1957-December 27th, 1963 (ABC)

A popular game show originally hosted by Edgar Bergen and seen in primetime on CBS. When the show shifted to ABC, it was seen in the daytime and was hosted by Johnny Carson. In July of 1958, the show was retitled "Who Do You Trust?" Ed McMahon became the announcer and it was the first time Carson and McMahon would team up together. 

In this episode, the host is Edgar Bergen who's joined by his dummies Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd.                                                            
#13066: WHAT'S MY LINE?
1956-11-04, WCBS, 5 min.
John Daly, Dorothy Kilgallen, Arlene Francis, Bennett Cerf, John Cameron Swayze

February 2nd, 1950-September 3rd, 1967 (CBS)
1968-1975- Syndicated

Television's longest-running primetime game show. The panelists would try and guess the occupation of the contestant. Cards would be flipped worth $5.00 each. If the panel could not guess the contestant's line of walk after $50.00 was reached, the contestant would be declared the winner. The final contestant would always be a mystery guest who was known to the public, with the panel wearing blindfolds. Some of the panelists over the years included Bennett Cerf, Arlene Francis, Dorothy Kilgallen, Steve Allen, and Fred Allen. John Daly was the show's host for its entire seventeen-year network run. The show's final episode aired on Sunday, September 3rd, 1967 with host John Daly appearing as the mystery guest. The show returned in syndication with the same format in 1968 with Wally Bruner as the host. He was replaced by Larry Blyden in 1972. Blyden remained the host until 1975 when the show ceased production. Blyden died in 1975 after suffering injuries from a car accident.

The guest is John Cameron Swayze. John Daly is the host. 

Five-minute excerpt.                                                                            
#13139: TWENTY-ONE
1957-03-11, NBC, min.
Jack Barry, Charles Van Doren, Vivian Nearing

September 12th,1956-October, 16th 1958 

This quiz show was NBC's answer to the popular CBS quiz the $64,000 question and was hosted by series co-creator Jack Barry. Contestant Charles Van Doren proved to be the most popular of all the show's contestants although Elfreda Von Nardroff went home with the most money after twenty-one appearances. The two contestants were placed in isolation booths where they were asked a series of questions. Van Doren would often make pained facial expressions in his booth when asked a question he was struggling with. It was discovered later that Van Doren had been given some of the answers. Another contestant, Herbert Stempel blew the whistle on the show accusing the program of giving some of the answers to the contestants. In October 1958 the show was removed from the air as the quiz show scandal was becoming more widely-known.

In this episode, Charles Van Doren loses to Vivian Nearing. Van Doren's total winnings were $129,000. Host Jack Barry congratulates Van Doren as "a credit to the youth of America."
Due to the scandal, creator Jack Barry did not work again on national television for a decade.
                                                                                         
#13143: $64,000 QUESTION, THE
1957-03-19, WCBS, 8 min.
Hal March, Robert Strom

June 7th, 1955-November 9th, 1958

The $64,000 Question was the first of television's big-money shows in prime time. It was hosted by Hal March. 

In this episode, the guest is a ten-year-old Robert Strom, who has won $80,000 so far.

Host: Hal March.                                                                              
#13150: $64,000 QUESTION, THE
1957-04-02, WCBS, 16 min.
Hal March, Robert Strom

June 7th, 1955-November 9th, 1958

The $64,000 Question was the first of television's big-money shows in prime time. It was hosted by Hal March. 

In this episode, a ten-year-old science expert Robert Strom wins $128,000.

Host: Hal March.                                                                 
#13151: I'VE GOT A SECRET
1957-04-03, CBS, 6 min.
Garry Moore, Henry Morgan, Jayne Meadows, Bill Cullen, Faye Emerson, Lorraine Day

June 19th, 1952- April 3rd, 1967 (CBS)
Syndicated- 1972
June 15th, 1976-July 6th, 1976 (CBS)

Popular prime time game show in which four panelists try to guess the secret of the contestant.
Garry Moore hosted the show from 1952-1964 and was replaced by Steve Allen. Allen also hosted the 1972 syndicated version. Bill Cullen hosted the 1976 CBS version which had a brief run of less than one month.

In this episode, the guest panelists are Henry Morgan, Faye Emerson, Jayne Meadows, and Bill Cullen. Lorraine Day is a guest. Garry Moore is the host.                                                  
#13159: $64,000 QUESTION, THE
1957-04-16, WCBS, 16 min.
Hal March, Robert Strom

June 7th, 1955-November 9th, 1958

The $64,000 Question was the first of television's big-money shows in prime time. It was hosted by Hal March. 

This episode features ten-year-old schoolboy Robert Strom who wins $192,000 in a science category.

The host is Hal March.                                                                             
#13165: $64,000 QUESTION, THE
1957-04-23, WCBS, 11 min.
Hal March, Robert Strom

June 7th, 1955-November 9th, 1958

The $64,000 Question was the first of television's big-money shows in prime time. It was hosted by Hal March. 

In this episode, 10-year-old Robert Strom "science expert" quits the show and collects winnings of $192,000.

                                                   
#13166: MASQUERADE PARTY
1957-04-24, NBC., 10 min.
Whitey Ford, Carl Reiner, Betsy Palmer, Eddie Bracken, Johnny Johnston, Elka Chase

Broadcast from July 14, 1952, to September 23, 1960, on NBC, CBS & ABC Networks. Host for this run was Bud Collyer (1952), Douglas Edwards (1953), Peter Donald (1954-1956), Eddie Bracken (1957), Robert Q. Lewis (1958), and Bert Parks (1958-1960). 
After a fourteen-year absence, "Masquerade Party" reappeared briefly as a syndicated series in 1974 & 1975 with host Richard Dawson and announcer Jay Stewart. 

NOTE: At the beginning of this broadcast the announcer states this short lived standard opening used to indicate an NBC COLOR TV transmission.  
"This program is brought to you in COMPATIBLE COLOR  on NBC."
Shortly after, the word "COMPATIBLE" was changed to "LIVING."

Only one episode is known to exist from the 1974-1975 syndicated series which is archived at UCLA FILM & TV ARCHIVE. These Richard Dawson shows were broadcast initially from September 9, 1974, to September 1975. During 1976 syndicated re-runs were telecast. 

Even the original 1952-1960 programs are mostly "lost." 
The library of Congress has only one episode. 
UCLA Film & Radio Archive has only two episodes.
Paley Center for Media has five episodes.

In this episode, the masquerader is Yankee pitcher Whitey Ford.

Eddie Bracken is the host.                                                                                                                                             
#13182: WHAT'S MY LINE?
1957-05-11, WCBS, 6 min.
John Daly, Dorothy Kilgallen, Greer Garson, Walter Brennan, Bennett Cerf, Adolph Menjou

February 2nd, 1950-September 3rd, 1967 (CBS)
1968-1975- Syndicated

Television's longest-running primetime game show. The panelists would try and guess the occupation of the contestant. Cards would be flipped worth $5.00 each. If the panel could not guess the contestant's line of walk after $50.00 was reached, the contestant would be declared the winner. The final contestant would always be a mystery guest who was known to the public, with the panel wearing blindfolds. Some of the panelists over the years included Bennett Cerf, Arlene Francis, Dorothy Kilgallen, Steve Allen, and Fred Allen. John Daly was the show's host for its entire seventeen-year network run. The show's final episode aired on Sunday, September 3rd, 1967 with host John Daly appearing as the mystery guest. The show returned in syndication with the same format in 1968 with Wally Bruner as the host. He was replaced by Larry Blyden in 1972. Blyden remained the host until 1975 when the show ceased production. Blyden died in 1975 after suffering injuries from a car accident.

Adolph Menjou and Greer Garson join Dorothy Kilgallen and Bennett Cerf as guest panelists. The mystery guest is Walter Brennan. 

Host: John Daly. 

                                                                                                   
#13196: TWENTY-ONE
1957-06-02, NBC, 8 min.
Jack Barry, Henry Bloomgarden, James Snodgrass

September 12th,1956-October, 16th 1958 

This quiz show was NBC's answer to the popular CBS quiz the $64,000 question and was hosted by series co-creator Jack Barry. Contestant Charles Van Doren proved to be the most popular of all the show's contestants although Elfreda Von Nardroff went home with the most money after twenty-one appearances. The two contestants were placed in isolation booths where they were asked a series of questions. Van Doren would often make facial expressions in his booth when asked a question he was struggling with. It was discovered later that Van Doren had been given some of the answers. Another contestant, Herbert Stempel blew the whistle on the show accusing the program of giving some of the answers to the contestants. In October 1958 the show was removed from the air as the quiz show scandal was becoming more widely-known.

The guest contestants are Henry Bloomgarden and James Snodgrass. 

Jack Barry is the host.
                                                                                         
#13198: I'VE GOT A SECRET
1957-06-05, CBS, 2 min.
Garry Moore, Eddie Cantor, Henry Morgan, Bill Cullen, Faye Emerson

June 19th, 1952- April 3rd, 1967 (CBS)
Syndicated- 1972
June 15th, 1976-July 6th, 1976 (CBS)

Popular prime time game show in which four panelists try to guess the secret of the contestant.
Garry Moore hosted the show from 1952-1964 and was replaced by Steve Allen. Allen also hosted the 1972 syndicated version. Bill Cullen hosted the 1976 CBS version which had a brief run of less than one month.

Among the panelists are Faye Emerson, Henry Morgan, and Bill Cullen. The guest is Eddie Cantor.

Host: Garry Moore.                                                             
#13216: TWENTY-ONE
1957-09-23, NBC, 5 min.
Jack Barry, David Mayer, Harold Craig

September 12th,1956-October, 16th 1958 

This quiz show was NBC's answer to the popular CBS quiz the $64,000 question and was hosted by series co-creator Jack Barry. Contestant Charles Van Doren proved to be the most popular of all the show's contestants although Elfreda Von Nardroff went home with the most money after twenty-one appearances. The two contestants were placed in isolation booths where they were asked a series of questions. Van Doren would often make pained facial expressions in his booth when asked a question he was struggling with. It was discovered later that Van Doren had been given some of the answers. Another contestant, Herbert Stempel blew the whistle on the show accusing the program of giving some of the answers to the contestants. In October 1958 the show was removed from the air as the quiz show scandal was becoming more widely-known.

The guest contestants are David Mayer and Harold Craig.  
                                                                                                      
#13235: TWENTY-ONE
1957-10-20, NBC, 9 min.
Jack Barry, Harold Craig

September 12th,1956-October, 16th 1958 

This quiz show was NBC's answer to the popular CBS quiz the $64,000 question and was hosted by series co-creator Jack Barry. Contestant Charles Van Doren proved to be the most popular of all the show's contestants although Elfreda Von Nardroff went home with the most money after twenty-one appearances. The two contestants were placed in isolation booths where they were asked a series of questions. Van Doren would often make facial expressions in his booth when asked a question he was struggling with. It was discovered later that Van Doren had been given some of the answers. Another contestant, Herbert Stempel blew the whistle on the show accusing the program of giving some of the answers to the contestants. In October 1958 the show was removed from the air as the quiz show scandal was becoming more widely-known.

Contestant Harold Craig's final appearance, leaving with a total of $119,000.

Jack Barry is the host.
                                                                                                      
#13243: STRIKE IT RICH
1957-11-04, CBS, 11 min.
Nancy Walker, Warren Hull

May 7th, 1951-January 3rd, 1958 (Daytime)
July 1951-January 1955- (Nighttime)

Each day a succession of needy people would appear on this show. The person telling the saddest story was the winner which was determined by the studio audience. Warren Hull was the host of the show.     

In this episode, actress Nancy Walker listens to one of the sad stories of the day in "The Golden Circle."                    
#13259: $64,000 CHALLENGE, THE
1957-12-15, WCBS, 9 min.
Ralph Story, Teddy Nadler, Norman Truman

April 8th, 1956-September 14th, 1958

The $64,000 Challenge was the first game show to be spun off from another TV game show, the $64,000 Question. Sonny Fox served as the first host of the show but was replaced in September 1956 by Ralph Story. The show was taken off the air in September 1958 due to the TV game show scandals that were taking place. 


Guest contestants are Teddy Nadler and Norman Truman.

Host: Ralph Story                                                                                                                   
#13272: MAKE ME LAUGH
1958-03-20, ABC, 12 min.
Henny Youngman, Buddy Lester, Sid Gould, Robert Q. Lewis

March 20th, 1958-June 12th, 1958 ABC
1979 Syndicated

Premiere of short lived Game Show in which contestants won money by keeping a straight face. Three comedians would appear each week and were given one minute to get the contestant to laugh. The contestant was given a dollar for each second they kept a straight face
The series returned in syndication in 1979 with Bobby Van as host.

Guests are Buddy Lester, Sid Gould, and Henny Youngman.

NOTE: A "LOST" Television game show. 

Robert Q. Lewis is the host. Series premiere.                                                                            
#13285: TWENTY-ONE
1958-05-19, NBC, min.
Jack Barry, Elfreda Von Nardroff

September 12th,1956-October, 16th 1958 

This quiz show was NBC's answer to the popular CBS quiz the $64,000 question and was hosted by series co-creator Jack Barry. Contestant Charles Van Doren proved to be the most popular of all the show's contestants although Elfreda Von Nardroff went home with the most money after twenty-one appearances. The two contestants were placed in isolation booths where they were asked a series of questions. Van Doren would often make facial expressions in his booth when asked a question he was struggling with. It was discovered later that Van Doren had been given some of the answers. Another contestant, Herbert Stempel blew the whistle on the show accusing the program of giving some of the answers to the contestants. In October 1958 the show was removed from the air as the quiz show scandal was becoming more widely-known.

The guest contestant is Elfreda Von Nardroff.

Jack Barry is the host.
                                                                                                      
#1329A: E.S.P.
1958-07-11, ABC, min.
Vincent Price

  July 11, 1958-August 22, 1958

E.S.P. premiered as a quiz show. After only three telecasts the quiz format was replaced by dramas entitled TALES OF E.S.P., which depicted people with the actual abilities to perform extra sensory perception. 

ONLY THE OPENING OF THE PROGRAM WAS RECORDED.

All seven broadcasts hosted by Vincent Price.

           
#13307: TWENTY-ONE
1958-10-16, NBC, min.
Jack Barry

September 12,1956-October, 16th 1958 

This quiz show was NBC's answer to the popular CBS quiz the $64,000 question and was hosted by series co-creator Jack Barry. Contestant Charles Van Doren proved to be the most popular of all the show's contestants although Elfreda Von Nardroff went home with the most money after twenty-one appearances. The two contestants were placed in isolation booths where they were asked a series of questions. Van Doren would often make pained facial expressions in his booth when asked a question he was struggling with. It was discovered later that Van Doren had been given some of the answers. Another contestant, Herbert Stempel blew the whistle on the show accusing the program of giving some of the answers to the contestants. In October 1958 the show was removed from the air as the quiz show scandal was becoming more widely-known.

This was the last show of the series amid allegations that the big-money quiz shows are rigged. 

Host: Jack Barry. 
                                                                                                                                
#13319: COLLEGE BOWL, THE
1959-01-04, CBS, min.
Allen Ludden, Northwestern University, Brown University

January 4th, 1959-June 16th, 1963 (CBS) 
September 22nd, 1963-June 14th, 1970 (NBC)
September 13th, 1987- December 20th, 1987 (Disney Channel)  

The College Bowl also referred to as the GE College Bowl was a competition between various colleges and universities. Each week, two teams comprised of four members would attempt to answer difficult questions on a variety of subjects. Allen Ludden hosted this quiz show from 1959-1962 followed by Robert Earle (1962-1970). Dick Cavett hosted the Disney Channel version in 1987.    

In this episode, Northwestern meets Brown. 

Series premiere.                                          
#13362: WHO PAYS
1959-08-27, NBC, 4 min.
Mike Wallace, Nina Foch, Cedric Hardwick

July 2nd,1959-September 24th,1959 (NBC)

Short-lived prime time quiz show hosted by Mike Wallace. 
Each contestant was employed by a famous person and a celebrity panel would try and guess who the famous employer was.   

Host: Mike Wallace. Guests are Nina Foch and Sir Cedric Hardwick.  

NOTE: Rare broadcast air check in any form. All of these programs were erased and no longer exist.                                 
#13400: WHAT'S MY LINE?
1959-11-16, CBS, 2 min.
John Daly, Arlene Francis, Bennett Cerf, Dorothy Kilgallan

The show's opening only. 

Host: John Daly.                                                     
#7483: YOU BET YOUR LIFE
1961-00-00, NBC, ?? min.
Groucho Marx

October 5th, 1950- September 21st, 1961- NBC
1980-Syndicated, 1992- Syndicated

Comedic filmed quiz show featuring competitive questions and humorous conversation with the contestants. The NBC version of the show was hosted by Groucho Marx with his longtime sidekick George Fenneman serving as announcer and scorekeeper. A revival of the show was attempted in 1980 with Buddy Hackett as host. Another revival with host Bill Cosby was attempted in 1992. Both syndicated revivals were unsuccessful.                                                    
#7456: VIDEO VILLAGE
1961-04-06, CBS, 00 min.
Monty Hall

July 11th, 1960- June 15th, 1962, Daytime
July 1st, 1960-September 16th, 1960, Evenings

Video Village was an American game show on CBS. It aired in daytime from July 11th, 1960- June 15th, 1962 and in prime time from July 1st, 1960- September 16th, 1960. 
Jack Narz was the first host and Monty Hall the second. 
Jack Narz hosted the show from its debut until September 9th, 1960. Red Rowe filled in for one week and was replaced by Monty Hall, who hosted for the remainder of the series.                                        
#7457: VIDEO VILLAGE
1961-04-06, CBS, 00 min.
Monty Hall

July 11th, 1960- June 15th, 1962, Daytime
July 1st, 1960-September 16th, 1960, Evenings

Video Village was an American game show on CBS. It aired in daytime from July 11th, 1960- June 15th, 1962 and in prime time from July 1st, 1960- September 16th, 1960. 
Jack Narz was the first host and Monty Hall the second. 
Jack Narz hosted the show from its debut until September 9th, 1960. Red Rowe filled in for one week and was replaced by Monty Hall, who hosted for the remainder of the series.                                                     
#7458: VIDEO VILLAGE
1961-04-07, CBS, 00 min.
Monty Hall

July 11th, 1960- June 15th, 1962, Daytime
July 1st, 1960-September 16th, 1960, Evenings

Video Village was an American game show on CBS. It aired in daytime from July 11th, 1960- June 15th, 1962 and in prime time from July 1st, 1960- September 16th, 1960. 
Jack Narz was the first host and Monty Hall the second. 
Jack Narz hosted the show from its debut until September 9th, 1960. Red Rowe filled in for one week and was replaced by Monty Hall, who hosted for the remainder of the series.                                                     
#7459: VIDEO VILLAGE
1961-04-10, CBS, 00 min.
Monty Hall

July 11th, 1960- June 15th, 1962, Daytime
July 1st, 1960-September 16th, 1960, Evenings

Video Village was an American game show on CBS. It aired in daytime from July 11th, 1960- June 15th, 1962 and in prime time from July 1st, 1960- September 16th, 1960. 
Jack Narz was the first host and Monty Hall the second. 
Jack Narz hosted the show from its debut until September 9th, 1960. Red Rowe filled in for one week and was replaced by Monty Hall, who hosted for the remainder of the series.                                                                  
#7460: VIDEO VILLAGE
1961-04-11, CBS, 00 min.
Monty Hall

July 11th, 1960- June 15th, 1962, Daytime
July 1st, 1960-September 16th, 1960, Evenings

Video Village was an American game show on CBS. It aired in daytime from July 11th, 1960- June 15th, 1962 and in prime time from July 1st, 1960- September 16th, 1960. 
Jack Narz was the first host and Monty Hall the second. 
Jack Narz hosted the show from its debut until September 9th, 1960. Red Rowe filled in for one week and was replaced by Monty Hall, who hosted for the remainder of the series.                                                                               
#13591: PASSWORD
1962-01-30, CBS, min.
Dorothy Collins, Allen Ludden, Bill Cullen

Daytime - October 2nd, 1961- September 15th, 1967 (CBS)
Prime time - January 2, 1962-September 9, 1965 &
December 25, 1966-May 22, 1967
1967-1969- Syndicated
April 5th, 1971-June 27th, 1975 (ABC)
January 8th, 1979-March 26th, 1982 (NBC)
September 24th, 1984-March 24th, 1989 (NBC)

Popular daytime game show and seen in prime time beginning January 2, 1962, every Tuesday evening 8:00-8:30pm. Hosted by Allen Ludden from 1961-1980. The quiz show had a run during prime time from Originally, the game was played with two two-member teams with one member being given the word and providing clues to the other member who would try and guess the word. There were several variations of the show over the years that was seen in both daytime and prime-time versions. During its original six-year run on CBS, it was also seen in prime-time as a mid-season replacement. Allen Ludden hosted the show until 1980 when he suffered a heart attack and was replaced by Tom Kennedy as host. In its final run from 1984-1989 on NBC, the show was hosted by  Bert Convy. 

This episode was the 5th episode seen in prime-time with guests Dorothy Collins and Bill Cullen. The host is Allen Ludden.                                                                             
#13635: COLLEGE BOWL, THE
1962-03-25, CBS, min.
Allen Ludden

January 4th, 1959-June 16th, 1963 (CBS) 
September 22nd, 1963-June 14th, 1970 (NBC)
September 13th, 1987- December 20th, 1987 (Disney Channel)  

The College Bowl also referred to as the GE College Bowl was a competition between various colleges and universities. Each week, two teams comprised of four members would attempt to answer difficult questions on a variety of subjects. Allen Ludden hosted this quiz show from 1959-1962 followed by Robert Earle (1962-1970). Dick Cavett hosted the Disney Channel version in 1987.    

Host: Allen Ludden.                                       
#195: WHAT'S MY LINE?
1962-04-15, WCBS, 4 min.
John Daly, Casey Stengel, Dorothy Kilgallen, Arlene Francis, Tony Randall, Bennett Cerf

Mystery guest Casey Stengel, who had managed the New York Mets first baseball game five days ago, talks baseball with panelists Bennett Cerf, Dorothy Kilgallen, Arlene Francis, Tony Randall and John Daly.
#13647: I'VE GOT A SECRET
1962-04-16, CBS, min.
Jonathan Winters, Garry Moore, Merv Griffin, Henry Morgan, Betsy Palmer, Bess Myerson

June 19th, 1952- April 3rd, 1967 (CBS)
Syndicated- 1972
June 15th, 1976-July 6th, 1976 (CBS)

Popular prime time game show in which four panelists try to guess the secret of the contestant.
Garry Moore hosted the show from 1952-1964 and was replaced by Steve Allen. Allen also hosted the 1972 syndicated version. Bill Cullen hosted the 1976 CBS version which had a brief run of less than one month.


The panelists are Henry Morgan, Bess Myerson, and Betsy Palmer and Merv Griffin. Celebrity guest, Jonathan Winters. 
The host is Garry Moore.                                                                                       
#13656: YOURS FOR A SONG
1962-05-22, ABC, min.
Bert Parks, Ted Rapf

November 14th, 1961 September 18th, 1962 (nighttime)
December 4th, 1961-March 29th, 1963 (daytime)

Half-hour game show hosted by Bert Parks. Contestants would win money by supplying the missing words in lyrics sung to them. Bob Russell was the creator of the show. This is the last game show that Bert Parks would host. Musical Director, Ted Rapf.

A "Lost" series.                                                              
#13666: CAMOUFLAGE
1962-05-25, ABC, min.
Don Morrow

January 9th, 1961-November 16th, 1962 (ABC)
1980-Syndicated

Half-hour game show in which contestants sought to trace the outline of a described object camouflaged within a larger scene on the game board.

Don Morrow was the host of the network version while Tom Campbell hosted the syndicated series.                         
#13702: YOURS FOR A SONG
1962-07-10, ABC, min.
Bert Parks

November 14th, 1961 September 18th, 1962 (nighttime)
December 4th, 1961-March 29th, 1963 (daytime)

Half-hour game show hosted by Bert Parks. Contestants would win money by supplying the missing words in lyrics sung to them. Bob Russell was the creator of the show. This is the last game show that Bert Parks would host.  

Host: Bert Parks.                                                 
#13713: YOURS FOR A SONG
1962-07-24, ABC, min.
Bert Parks

November 14th, 1961 September 18th, 1962 (nighttime)
December 4th, 1961-March 29th, 1963 (daytime)

Half-hour game show hosted by Bert Parks. Contestants would win money by supplying the missing words in lyrics sung to them. Bob Russell was the creator of the show. This is the last game show that Bert Parks would host.                                                  
#13730: YOURS FOR A SONG
1962-08-14, ABC, min.
Bert Parks

November 14th, 1961 September 18th, 1962 (nighttime)
December 4th, 1961-March 29th, 1963 (daytime)

Half-hour game show hosted by Bert Parks. Contestants would win money by supplying the missing words in lyrics sung to them. Bob Russell was the creator of the show. This is the last game show that Bert Parks would host.                                                  
#13757: BIG PAYOFF, THE
1962-09-03, WNEW, min.
Robert Paige

December 31st, 1951-March 27th, 1953 (NBC) Daytime
March 30th 1953-October 23rd, 1959 (CBS) nighttime
June 29th, 1952-September 14th, 1952 (NBC)
June 21st, 1953-September 27th, 1953 NBC)
1962 (WNEW)

Long-running game show with several hosts, Bert Parks, Randy Merriman, Mort Lawrence, and Robert Paige. The principal prizes given away were furs modeled for several seasons by Bess Myerson. 

WNEW return with host Robert Paige.                                                    
#13758: WHO DO YOU TRUST?
1962-09-03, ABC, min.
Johnny Carson, Ed McMahon

January 3rd, 1956-March 26th 1957, (CBS)
September 30th, 1957-December 27th, 1963 (ABC)

A popular game show that began in prime-time on CBS in 1956 under the title Do You Trust Your Wife? and was hosted by Edgar Bergan. Two husband and wife contestants were asked questions and the husbands had the choice of answering the questions themselves or trusting their wives to answer them correctly.
In the fall of 1957, the show moved to ABC where it became a daytime show hosted by Johnny Carson. In July of 1958, the show's title was changed to "Who Do You Trust? In the fall of 1958, a new announcer Ed McMahon joined the show and teamed with Carson for the first time. McMahon replaced Bill Nimmo.
This was the start of a long association between Carson and McMahon as the two teamed up again when Carson became the new host of the Tonight Show on October 1st, 1962 with McMahon as Carson's announcer and sidekick for Carson's 30-year reign as host of the show.

NOTE: Woody Woodbury would  succeed  Johnny Carson as host of Who Do You Trust? (renamed Whom Do You Trust) for the duration of the series, fifteen additional months until its final episode, December 27, 1963. 
                       
                                       
#13754: CHARGE ACCOUNT (THE JAN MURRAY SHOW)
1962-09-03, NBC, 9 min.
Jan Murray

September 5th, 1960- September 28th, 1962 (NBC)

Charge Account also referred to as The Jan Murray Show was a daytime game show in which players competed for the right to purchase prizes by forming words out of a group of sixteen letters.    

NOTE: Only known surviving broadcast representation of Charge Account (The Jan Murray Show). 
 During the first nine minutes an intermittent minimal "buzz" sound is heard on the recording. Otherwise, most discernible, historic and nostalgic. 

NOTE:
 Almost all daytime game shows from the 1970's and before have been destroyed. CBS's archives begin in 1972, ABC's in 1978, and NBC's in 1980. A handful of producers (most notably Goodson-Todman) did arrange for the preservation of their shows even during the tape-recycling period.     

                            
#13755: SEVEN KEYS
1962-09-03, ABC, min.
Jack Narz, Jack Powers

April 3rd, 1961-March 27th, 1964 (ABC)  

A daytime game show on which two contestants attempted to advance along with a board of squares by identifying pictures on the squares.
The winner of the game won one of seven keys. 

Host: Jack Narz.  

In this episode, announcer Jack Powers subs for Jack Narz.     

 NOTE:  Almost all daytime game shows from the 1970s and before have been destroyed. CBS's archives begin in 1972, ABC's in 1978, and NBC's in 1980. A handful of producers (most notably Goodson-Todman) did arrange for the preservation of their shows even during the tape-recycling period.                                           
#13760: YOURS FOR A SONG
1962-09-04, ABC, min.
Bert Parks

November 14th, 1961 September 18th, 1962 (nighttime)
December 4th, 1961-March 29th, 1963 (daytime)

Half-hour game show hosted by Bert Parks. Contestants would win money by supplying the missing words in lyrics sung to them. Bob Russell was the creator of the show. This is the last game show that Bert Parks would host.  

Host: Bert Parks.                                                              
#13769: YOUR FIRST IMPRESSION
1962-09-10, NBC, min.
Bill Leyden

January 2nd, 1962-June 26th, 1964 (NBC)

Monty Hall was the executive producer of this daytime game show with Bill Leyden the MC. A panel of three celebrities tried to guess the identity of mystery guests from clues supplied by the host. Dennis James was a regular panelist on the show. 

Host: Bill Leyden           
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