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#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.                                          
#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.                                       
#7179: NEW YEAR'S EVE 1964
1963-12-31, WCBS, 00 min.
Guy Lombardo, Robert Trout, Dorothy Collins, Allen Ludden

Guy Lombardo welcomes in the year 1964. Robert Trout reports live from Times Square. 

                       
#15243: MILTON BERLE SHOW, THE
1966-11-18, ABC, min.
Milton Berle, Tony Randall, Allen Ludden, Diahann Carroll

September 9th, 1966-January 6th, 1967 (ABC)

A Friday night variety hour seen on ABC. It did not catch on with the viewing public and was canceled in January 1967 after just four months on the air. The show was produced by Bill Dana with Bobby Rydell, Irving Benson, and Donna Loren as regulars. Benson was seen as an offstage heckler. 

Milton's guests are Tony Randall, Diahann Carroll, and Allen Ludden. .                                            
#15537: NYC MOVIE PREMIERE OF "DR. FAUSTUS."
1968-02-07, WPIX, 43 min.
Elizabeth Taylor, Dina Merrill, Allen Ludden, Arlene Dahl, Richard Burton, Ethel Kennedy, Les Jaffe, Jules Dassen, Merlina Mercouri, Sugar Ray Robinson

Allen Ludden is the host for the New York City movie premiere of "Dr. Faustus." Celebrities on hand include Merlina Mercouri, Jules Dassen, Arlene Dahl, Les Jaffe, (President of Columbia Pictures), Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton do a filmed interview. There is a film of the London premiere of the movie with Burton arriving, Senator Robert Kennedy arrives with Ethel Kennedy. An after the movie interview with Dina Merrill and Sugar Ray Robinson. Also, an after- movie celebration at the Plaza Hotel in New York City.                        
#5983: IT'S A BIRD, IT'S A PLANE, IT'S SUPERMAN
1975-02-21, WABC, 96 min.
David Wayne, Lesley Ann Warren, Kenneth Mars, Allen Ludden, Loretta Swit, David Wilson

Presented on "WIDE WORLD SPECIAL." A TV adaptation of the 1966 Broadway musical. Broadcast from 11:30 PM to 1:30 AM on Wide World Special. Superman's powers are tested when he is confronted by a mad scientist.
#7903: DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS, THIRD ANNUAL THE
1976-05-11, CBS, 90 min.
Bob Barker, Dinah Shore, Helen Gallagher, Sylvia Fine, Ken Roberts, James Coco, Rita Moreno, Allen Ludden, Bert Convy, McDonald Carey, David Hartman, Bob Eubanks, Rachel Jackson, Larry Haines, Kitty Carlisle, Northern Calloway, David Kirschner, Mary Frickett

Bob Barker is the host for this third Daytime Emmy's award program special, live from New York's Lincoln Center.

Telecast on CBS television 3:00 to 4:30 PM.

3rd Daytime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Daytime Drama Series

All My Children
Another World
Days of Our Lives
The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Series

Macdonald Carey (Dr. Tom Horton, Days of our Lives)
Bill Hayes (Doug Williams, Days of our Lives)
John Beradino (Dr. Steve Hardy, General Hospital)
Shepperd Strudwick (Victor Lord, One Life to Live)
Larry Haines (Stu Bergman, Search for Tomorrow)
Michael Nouri (Steve Kaslo, Search for Tomorrow)

Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama Series

Frances Heflin (Mona Kane, All My Children)
Susan Seaforth Hayes (Julie Olson, Days of Our Lives)
Denise Alexander (Dr. Lesley Williams Faulkner, General Hospital)
Helen Gallagher (Maeve Ryan, Ryan's Hope)
Mary Stuart (Joanne Vincente, Search for Tomorrow)

Outstanding Daytime Drama Series Writing

All My Children
The Edge of Night
Guiding Light
The Young and the Restless
Days of our Lives

Outstanding Daytime Drama Series Directing
The Doctors
One Life to Live
The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Game Show

The $20,000 Pyramid - A Bob Stewart Production for ABC (Syn. by Viacom)
The Price Is Right - A Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Production for CBS (Syn. by Viacom)
Match Game - A Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Production for CBS (Syn. by Jim Victory)
The Hollywood Squares - A Heatter-Quigley Production for NBC (Syn. by Filmways)
Let's Make a Deal - A Stefan Hatos-Monty Hall Production for ABC (Syn. by WorldVision)
Outstanding Game Show Host
Allen Ludden (Password)
Peter Marshall (The Hollywood Squares)
Geoff Edwards (Jackpot)

NOTE: Bert Convy, Bob Eubanks and Bobby Van sing a tribute number to Game Shows.
Dinah Shore sings "Fly Away."

Ken Roberts is the announcer.


                                                              
#9067: PATSY AWARDS, THE
1976-07-03, , 00 min.
James Stewart, Merv Griffin, Lorne Greene, Dick Cavett, Betty White, Allen Ludden, Edward Asner

The Patsy award was originated by the Hollywood office of the American Humane Association in 1939 honoring animal performers. The awards later covered both film and television. The awards ended in 1986. The hosts are Betty White and Allen Ludden.

The Grand Patsy Award Winner: Lola The Bird.       
#9516: STUMPERS
1976-10-21, NBC, 30 min.
Allen Ludden, Jamie Farr, Michael Farrell

October 4th, 1976-December 31st 1976.

Allen Ludden hosted this short-lived daytime game show that was similar to Password. Two teams, each with a celebrity and a contestant tried to identify words from various three-word clues supplied by their partner.                         
#4229: PETER MARSHALL VARIETY SHOW, THE
1976-10-23, WNBC, 79 min.
Betty White, Peter Marshall, Allen Ludden, Joe McDonald, Chapter 5, The Harry James Band, Rod Gist, Denny Evans

1976 (Syndicated). Peter Marshall hosted his own ninety-minute variety series, which featured Rod Gist, Denny Evans and Chapter 5.
#9517: STUMPERS
1976-12-31, NBC, 30 min.
Anita Gillette, Allen Ludden, Bill Bixby

October 4th, 1976-December 31st 1976.

Allen Ludden hosted this short-lived daytime game show that was similar to Password. Two teams, each with a celebrity and a contestant tried to identify words from various three-word clues supplied by their partner. 

Last show of the series. 

Host: Allen Ludden.                                      
#8461: LIARS CLUB, THE
1977-02-08, SYN, 30 min.
Allen Ludden

1969, 1976-1977,1988

A game show featuring two contestants, four celebrities, and a group of unusual objects. Three of the four celebrities would give a false definition of the object while the fourth celebrity would describe it correctly. The contestants would try and figure out who was telling the truth. Rod Serling hosted the 1969 version of the show followed by Bill Armstrong, who was the first host of the mid 70's version. He was succeeded by Allen Ludden in 1977.

Allen Ludden is the host.                                               
#9735: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1977-05-02, SYN, 30 min.
Joe Garagiola, Peggy Cass, Allen Ludden, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Eric Pearlman, Linda Blandford

Nightime: December 18th, 1956-September 5th, 1966 (CBS)
December 12th, 1966-May 22nd, 1967, CBS.
Daytime: June 18th, 1962-September 6th, 1968, (CBS).
1969-1977 Syndicated.
1980 Syndicated
September 3rd, 1990-May 31st, 1991. (NBC).

One of television's most popular game shows. A panel of four celebrities tried to determine which of three guests, each claiming to be the same person was telling the truth. Bud Collyer hosted the prime-time and daytime versions of the show on CBS. The syndicated version that began in 1969, was hosted by Garry Moore until 1977 when Joe Garagiola took over for the last few shows. Robin Ward hosted the 1980 syndicated version. Gordon Elliott hosted the 1990 daytime revival until February 1991 when Alex Trebek became the host. 

Substitute host: Joe Garagiola. 

First contestant is Eric Pearlman, Whale environment explorer.

Second contestant is Linda Blandford, Saudi Arabian journalist and author.
                                                    
#9736: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1977-05-06, SYN, 30 min.
Joe Garagiola, Peggy Cass, Allen Ludden, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Joe Cambell, Caco Macodin

Nightime: December 18th, 1956-September 5th, 1966 (CBS)
December 12th, 1966-May 22nd, 1967, CBS.
Daytime: June 18th, 1962-September 6th, 1968, (CBS).
1969-1977 Syndicated.
1980 Syndicated
September 3rd, 1990-May 31st, 1991. (NBC).

One of television's most popular game shows. A panel of four celebrities tried to determine which of three guests, each claiming to be the same person was telling the truth. Bud Collyer hosted the prime-time and daytime versions of the show on CBS. The syndicated version that began in 1969, was hosted by Garry Moore until 1977 when Joe Garagiola took over for the last few shows. Robin Ward hosted the 1980 syndicated version. Gordon Elliott hosted the 1990 daytime revival until February 1991 when Alex Trebek became the host. 

Substitute host: Joe Garagiola. 

First contestant is Caco Macodin, bio chemist discoverer of chewing gum which acts as a preventative dental tooth paste (Xylitol).

Second contestant is Joe Campbell, constructor of disaster proof homes.
                                                    
#8462: LIARS CLUB, THE
1977-07-12, SYN, 30 min.
Allen Ludden

1969, 1976-1977,1988

A game show featuring two contestants, four celebrities, and a group of unusual objects. Three of the four celebrities would give a false definition of the object while the fourth celebrity would describe it correctly. The contestants would try and figure out who was telling the truth. Rod Serling hosted the 1969 version of the show followed by Bill Armstrong, who was the first host of the mid 70's version. He was succeeded by Allen Ludden in 1977.

Allen Ludden is the host.                                                            
#2132: DEAN MARTIN SHOW, THE
1978-05-31, WNBC, 52 min.
Milton Berle, Dean Martin, Jimmie Walker, Phyllis Diller, Orson Welles, Betty White, Peter Marshall, Georgia Engel, LaWanda Page, Abe Vigoda, Dan Haggerty, Allen Ludden, John Hillerman, Bonnie Franklin

Betty White is roasted by her husband Allen Ludden, Georgia Engel and John Hillerman (costars of her 1977 TV series), host Dean Martin, Phyllis Diller, Milton Berle, Peter Marshall, Bonnie Franklin, Dan Haggerty, Orson Welles, Jimmie Walker, LaWanda Page and Abe Vigoda.
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