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#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.                                                  
#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.                                                             
#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.                                                                             
#14048: PRICE IS RIGHT
1963-04-12, NBC, min.
Bill Cullen

November 26, 1956 - September 6, 1963 (NBC Television), and from September 9, 1963 - September 3, 1965 (ABC Television). Host, Bill Cullen.

1972-1974 aired as a SYNDICATED prime time version hosted by Dennis James, and as a daytime CBS Network version hosted by Bob Barker 1972- 2007). 

A Television game show with host Bill Cullen and announcers Don Pardo (1956-1963), succeeded by Johnny Gilbert (1963-1965). Jan Sterling, guest. 

Only three episodes are known to exist from the original Bill Cullen broadcasts (1956-1965). 

Host: Bill Cullen 

                                  
#6396B: PRICE IS RIGHT
1964-06-01, ABC, 30 min.
Jan Sterling, Bill Cullen, Johnny Gilbert

November 26, 1956 - September 6, 1963 (NBC Television), and from September 9, 1963 - September 3, 1965 (ABC Television). Host, Bill Cullen.

1972-1974 aired as a SYNDICATED prime time version hosted by Dennis James, and as a daytime CBS Network version hosted by Bob Barker 1972- 2007). 

A Television game show with host Bill Cullen and announcers Don Pardo (1956-1963), succeeded by Johnny Gilbert (1963-1965). Jan Sterling, guest. 

Only three episodes are known to exist from the original Bill Cullen broadcasts (1956-1965). 

                     
#9464: PRICE IS RIGHT
1964-06-01, ABC, 30 min.
Jan Sterling, Bill Cullen, Johnny Gilbert

November 26, 1956 - September 6, 1963 (NBC Television), and from September 9, 1963 - September 3, 1965 (ABC Television). Host, Bill Cullen.

1972-1974 aired as a SYNDICATED prime time version hosted by Dennis James, and as a daytime CBS Network version hosted by Bob Barker 1972- 2007). 

A Television game show with host Bill Cullen and announcers Don Pardo (1956-1963), succeeded by Johnny Gilbert (1963-1965). Jan Sterling, guest. 

Only three episodes are known to exist from the original Bill Cullen broadcasts (1956-1965). 

  Duplicate of ATA #6396B                                
#9750: TOURNAMENT OF ROSES PARADE, 78TH ANNUAL, THE
1967-01-02, NBC, 100 min.
Barry Sullivan, Ed Ames, Pat Boone, Betty White, Bill Cullen, Barbara Hewitt, Thanat Khoman

The 78th annual Tournament Of Roses Parade telecast live from Pasadena, California. 

All three networks carried this annual parade, each with different hosts. This is the NBC telecast. It includes commercials. 

Ed Ames,  in the parade sings "My Cup Runneth Over."

Hostess Betty White and Host Bill Culen describe the festivities and talk in the booth with Pat Boone and Barry Sullivan.

Barbara Hewitt is the Rose Queen. Thanat Khoman, Thailand's Minister of Foreign Affairs is the parade's grand marshal. 

Theme: Travel tales in flowers.     

NOTE; A lost broadcast. Very few Rose Day Parade broadcasts circa pre-1979 are extant in any broadcast form.                                   
#6078: EYE GUESS
1968-08-06, NBC, 30 min.
Bill Cullen, Don Stewart

January 3, 1966-September 26, 1969. A day-time quiz show hosted by Bill Cullen who tests the memory ability of contestants. Don Pardo announcer (1966). Don Stewart announcer (1967-1969).

One color broadcast from November 8, 1967 and a half episode from a 1968 episode are known to exist.                         
#8721A: THREE ON A MATCH
1973-07-24, NBC, 22 min.
Bill Cullen

August 2nd, 1971-June 28th, 1974

A daytime game show in which three contestants competed for money by answering true and false questions. 

Host: Bill Cullen 
NOTE: Joined in Progress (1:37 PM -1:59 PM). 
Precedes Special Watergate Hearings.                  
#9569: THREE ON A MATCH
1973-09-04, NBC, 30 min.
Bill Cullen

August 2nd, 1971-June 28th, 1974

A daytime game show in which three contestants competed for money by answering true and false questions. 

Host: Bill Cullen            
#9570: THREE ON A MATCH
1973-10-11, NBC, 30 min.
Bill Cullen

August 2nd, 1971-June 28th, 1974

A daytime game show in which three contestants competed for money by answering true and false questions. 

Host: Bill Cullen                         
#9572: THREE ON A MATCH
1974-06-05, NBC, 30 min.
Bill Cullen

August 2nd, 1971-June 28th, 1974

A daytime game show in which three contestants competed for money by answering true and false questions. 

Host: Bill Cullen                                                   
#9571: THREE ON A MATCH
1974-06-10, NBC, 30 min.
Bill Cullen

August 2nd, 1971-June 28th, 1974

A daytime game show in which three contestants competed for money by answering true and false questions. 

Host: Bill Cullen                                      
#9898: WINNING STREAK
1974-07-16, NBC, 30 min.
Don Pardo, Bill Cullen

July 1st, 1974-January 3rd, 1975.

A daytime game show hosted by Bill Cullen. Contestants answered questions to win letters of the alphabet in order to assemble words. 

Host: Bill Cullen. Announcer: Don Pardo.                          
#9897: WINNING STREAK
1974-07-24, NBC, 30 min.
Don Pardo, Bill Cullen

July 1st, 1974-January 3rd, 1975.

A daytime game show hosted by Bill Cullen. Contestants answered questions to win letters of the alphabet in order to assemble words. 

Host: Bill Cullen. Announcer: Don Pardo.             
#9899: WINNING STREAK
1974-08-05, NBC, 30 min.
Don Pardo, Bill Cullen

July 1st, 1974-January 3rd, 1975.

A daytime game show hosted by Bill Cullen. Contestants answered questions to win letters of the alphabet in order to assemble words. 

Host: Bill Cullen. Announcer: Don Pardo.                                       
#9900: WINNING STREAK
1974-08-09, NBC, 30 min.
Don Pardo, Bill Cullen

July 1st, 1974-January 3rd, 1975.

A daytime game show hosted by Bill Cullen. Contestants answered questions to win letters of the alphabet in order to assemble words. 

Host: Bill Cullen. Announcer: Don Pardo.                                                    
#6287: WINNING STREAK
1974-10-15, NBC, 30 min.
Don Pardo, Bill Cullen

July 1, 1974-January 3, 1975. Daytime series with host Bill Cullen. Two contestants compete against each other to spell words in a designated category from a pool of 16 letters of the alphabet. Don Pardo announcer. Only two programs survive from the entire series.
#9716: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1975-10-21, SYN, 30 min.
Garry Moore, Peggy Cass, Soupy Sales, Marabel Morgan, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Dr. Lawrence K. Altman

CBS- 1969-1977.  

The syndicated version began in 1969 and was hosted by Garry Moore. Regular panelists were Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, and Bill Cullen.  

Host: Garry Moore. 
First guest contestant is Marabel Morgan,  author of the book THE TOTAL WOMAN published in 1973. 

Second guest contestant is Dr. Lawrence K. Altman the only doctor and newspaper columnist reporter.                                                                         
#9717: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1975-12-16, SYN, 30 min.
Garry Moore, Peggy Cass, Nipsey Russell, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Lady Astor, Roseanna Harrison, Sandy Satullo

CBS- 1969-1977.  

The syndicated version began in 1969 and was hosted by Garry Moore. Regular panelists were Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, and Bill Cullen.

First contestant guest is Roseanna Harrison maid to Lady Astor,  author of her book, "Rose My Life In Service."

Second contestant guest is Sandy Satullo champion boat race driver. His book, "Life Begins at 40."     
                                                          
#9718: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1976-01-08, SYN, 30 min.
Garry Moore, Peggy Cass, William Shatner, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Ernie Small, Willam Adams Welsh

CBS- 1969-1977.  

The syndicated version began in 1969 and was hosted by Garry Moore. Regular panelists were Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, and Bill Cullen.     

Host: Garry Moore.   

First guest contestant is Ernie Small musician.
Second guest contestant is William Adams Welsh who wrote book
"The Walking Dead Book" which anecdotes tales of recordings of dead people.                                                                                    
#9764: $20,000 PYRAMID
1976-01-20, ABC, 30 min.
Dick Clark, Jo Anne Worley, Bill Cullen

This quiz show was re-titled The $20,000 Pyramid from The $10,000 Pyramid beginning on January 19th, 1976 and was hosted by Dick Clark. 

Host: Dick Clark.                          
#9765: $20,000 PYRAMID
1976-01-21, ABC, 30 min.
Dick Clark, Jo Anne Worley, Bill Cullen

This quiz show was re-titled The $20,000 Pyramid from The $10,000 Pyramid beginning on January 19th, 1976 and was hosted by Dick Clark. 

Host: Dick Clark.                          
#9720: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1976-02-18, SYN, 30 min.
Garry Moore, Peggy Cass, Nipsey Russell, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Peter Greg, Omar Garcia

CBS- 1969-1977.  

The syndicated version began in 1969 and was hosted by Garry Moore. Regular panelists were Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, and Bill Cullen.     

Host: Garry Moore.  

First contestant is Peter Greg, Auto racer.
Second contestant is Omar Garcia, Cuban Cigar Exporter.                                                                                                             
#9721: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1976-02-19, SYN, 13 min.
Garry Moore, Peggy Cass, Nipsey Russell, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Carrine Harris

CBS- 1969-1977.  

The syndicated version began in 1969 and was hosted by Garry Moore. Regular panelists were Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, and Bill Cullen.     

Host: Garry Moore. 

First contestant is Carrine Harris, Exotic Dancer.                                                                                                                            
#9739: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1976-03-09, SYN, 30 min.
Garry Moore, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Gene Shalit, Kitty Carlisle, Bertha Soderquist, Harold Soderquist, Philip R. Coons

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. 

Host: Garry Moore. 

First contestant is Bertha Soderquist, oldest female Peace Core member volunteer  at 77 years of age. Also on the broadcast Bertha's husband, Harold, 81 years old, who also is a volunteer Peace Core member. 

Second contestant is Philip R. Coons, Sociologist, who conducted a research project mailing 600 Christmas cards to unknown people to determine responses. 
                                                                                           
#9740: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1976-03-29, SYN, 30 min.
Garry Moore, Peggy Cass, Henry Morgan, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Robert Cannet, Adaid Brees

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. 

Host: Garry Moore. 

First contestant is Robert Cannet, Acrobat.
Second contestant is Adaid Brees, EST expert.
                                       
#9724: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1976-03-29, SYN, 30 min.
Garry Moore, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle

CBS- 1969-1977.  

The syndicated version began in 1969 and was hosted by Garry Moore. Regular panelists were Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, and Bill Cullen.     

Host: Garry Moore.                                                                                                                            
#9741: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1976-03-30, SYN, 30 min.
Garry Moore, Peggy Cass, Henry Morgan, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Henry Dwork, Jeannie Subalair

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. 

Host: Garry Moore. Guest panelist: Henry Morgan. 

First celebrity contestant is dentist Dr. Henry Dwork who has done bridgework on actors for their parts in films including Marlon Brando (The Godfather), Dustin Hoffman (Marathon Man) and Linda Blair (The Exorcist). 

Second celebrity contestant is Jeannie Subalair, Test Driver for General Motors Corporation. 
                                                                              
#9778: $20,000 PYRAMID
1976-03-30, ABC, 30 min.
Dick Clark, Anita Gillette, Bill Cullen

This quiz show was re-titled The $20,000 Pyramid from The $10,000 Pyramid beginning on January 19th, 1976 and was hosted by Dick Clark. 

Host: Dick Clark.                                                                                                                                                                                                   
#9779: $20,000 PYRAMID
1976-03-31, ABC, 30 min.
Dick Clark, Anita Gillette, Bill Cullen

This quiz show was re-titled The $20,000 Pyramid from The $10,000 Pyramid beginning on January 19th, 1976 and was hosted by Dick Clark. 

Host: Dick Clark.                                                                                                                                                                                                                             
#9725: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1976-04-08, SYN, 30 min.
Garry Moore, Peggy Cass, Soupy Sales, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Hazel Underdoll, Baron Clement Von Frankenstein

CBS- 1969-1977.  

The syndicated version began in 1969 and was hosted by Garry Moore. Regular panelists were Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, and Bill Cullen.     

Host: Garry Moore.  

First contestant is Hazel Underdoll, who killed a mountain lion to protect his grandson.

Second contestant is Baron Clement Von Frankenstein                                                                                                                                                    
#9726: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1976-06-09, SYN, 30 min.
Garry Moore, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Terry Gillium, Devon Smith

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. 

Host: Garry Moore. 

First Contestant is Terry Gillium, Monty Python animator creater.

Second Contestant is Devon Smith, "King of Hitchhikers."
                                                    
#8349: I'VE GOT A SECRET
1976-06-15, CBS, 30 min.
Bill Cullen

A four-week revival of the popular CBS game show, first telecast in 1952.

Host: Bill Cullen             
#7782: BREAK THE BANK
1976-07-23, ABC, 30 min.
Jan Murray, Soupy Sales, Elke Sommer, Jo Anne Worley, Donny Most, Bill Cullen, Tom Kennedy, Joyce Bulifant, Jaye P Morgan, Lonnie Shorr

April 12, 1976 - July 23, 1976 (76 first run episodes)
September 18, 1976 - February 26, 1977 (19 first run episodes)
(Re-runs beginning in February 29, 1977 to September 11, 1977)

Break the Bank had two separate runs on American television. The first was as a daily series that aired from April 12 to July 23, 1976, on ABC, airing at 2:30 p.m. Eastern/1:30 Central. Although the series was popular, the network canceled it in order to expand the soap operas One Life to Live and General Hospital, both of which followed it on the daytime schedule, from 30 minutes to 45 minutes. The show quickly returned as a weekly syndicated game from September 18, 1976, to September 11, 1977.

The ABC daytime series had 76 episodes, including the 3/23 and 5/20 pilots. The syndicated series had 24 episodes with 5 of them being rerun. The last episode for the entire series was on February 26, 1977, with reruns airing until September 11th of that year. In 1994, GSN added Break the Bank to their lineup. This continued until 1997, and since then, no episodes from the series have been broadcast on television again. Currently, 17 episodes from the original Tom Kennedy series and 3 episodes from the syndicated Jack Barry series have been uploaded and steam on YouTube.

Last daytime show of this ABC series.       

NOTE: Complete with commercials.                                                                                                                                    
#9742: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1976-08-19, SYN, 30 min.
Garry Moore, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Gene Shalit, Kitty Carlisle, Edgar D. Mitchell, Arthur Weiner

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. 

Host: Garry Moore. Guest panelist: Gene Shalit.
Announcer: Bill Wendell.
 
First contestant, astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell, one of only 12 people to have walked on the moon.

Second contestant is Arthur Weiner, celebrity party crasher. 
                                                                              
#9743: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1976-09-10, SYN, 30 min.
Garry Moore, Peggy Cass, Gene Rayburn, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle

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. 

Host: Garry Moore. Guest panelist: Gene Rayburn. 
                                                                 
#9723: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1976-12-24, SYN, 30 min.
Garry Moore, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, George H. Leonard, Dr. Louis Commuty

CBS- 1969-1977.  

The syndicated version began in 1969 and was hosted by Garry Moore. Regular panelists were Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, and Bill Cullen.     

Host: Garry Moore. 

First contestant is George H. Leonard who maintains that here is life on the Moon. 

Second contestant is Dr. Louis Commuty, celebrated feline doctor.                                                                                                                           
#9728: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1977-01-28, SYN, 28 min.
Garry Moore, Peggy Cass, Tom Seaver, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Vera Simmons, Howard Bloom

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. 

Host: Garry Moore. 

JOINED IN PROGRESS. Slight audio buzz heard during first six minutes. 

First Contestant is Vera Simmons, Balloon climate expert.

Second Contestant is Howard Bloom, Nazi investigative reporter.
                                                                              
#9728A: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1977-01-31, SYN, 30 min.
Garry Moore, Peggy Cass, Gene Rayburn, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Thomas Musch, Peter Rice Blurm

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. 

Host: Garry Moore. 

First contestant is Thomas Musch, Photographer...pictures of surface of the planet Mars. 
                            
Second contestant is Peter Rice Blurm, Frisbee champion.                                                                
#9729: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1977-02-11, SYN, 28 min.
Garry Moore, Peggy Cass, Tom Seaver, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Alexis Kelly, Patrician Coonley

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. 

Host: Garry Moore. 

JOINED IN PROGRESS. 

First contestant is Alexis Kelly, Beauty queen at nine years of age.

Second contestant is Patrician Coonley, World record fisherwoman. 
                                                                                           
#9730: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1977-02-23, SYN, 28 min.
Peggy Cass, Nipsey Russell, Soupy Sales, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Katherine Bunnin, Lucy Jovinko

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. 

Host: Garry Moore, BILL CULLEN SITS IN FOR GARRY.

JOINED IN PROGRESS. 

First contestant is Katherine Bunnin, Adopted child author.

Second contestant is Lucy Jovinko, Champion bowler.
                                                                                                        
#9731: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1977-03-21, SYN, 30 min.
Joe Garagiola, Peggy Cass, Nipsey Russell, Bill Cullen, Larry Brown, Kitty Carlisle, Floyd Shaffer

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 Floyd Shaffer, Minister clown.

Second contestant is Larry Brown, home designer.
                                                                                                                                  
#9744: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1977-04-19, SYN, 12 min.
Joe Garagiola, Peggy Cass, Soupy Sales, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Bert Euwing

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. 

Host::Joe Garagiola. Guest panelist: Soupy Sales.  

First contestant is Bert Euwing who has trained the only known dog who loves to fly in a hang glider.

NOTE: Only fist half of this broadcast extant for transferring. 
                                                                                           
#9732: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1977-04-21, SYN, 28 min.
Joe Garagiola, Peggy Cass, Soupy Sales, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Rob Huston, Loretta Foy

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. 

JOINED IN PROGRESS. 

First contestant is Rob Huston, who creates circus models to scale.

Second contestant is Loretta Foy, International president of Whirlybird Helicopters. 
                                                                                                                                               
#9733: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1977-04-26, SYN, 30 min.
Joe Garagiola, Peggy Cass, Nipsey Russell, Bill Wendell, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Bob Young, Mark W. Demon, Slatts Cabbage

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.
Bill Wendell, announcer.

First contestant is Judge Bob Young, only circuit judge who formerly who has been a former convict. 

Second contestant is Mark W. Demon, aka "Slatts Cabbage," President of a college who accepts everyone. 

 
                                                                                                                                                            
#9734: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1977-04-27, SYN, 30 min.
Joe Garagiola, Peggy Cass, Nipsey Russell, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Nancy Perry, Anthony Pellicano

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 Nancy Perry, who survived 21 days on a life raft without food.

Second contestant is Anthony Pellicano, worlds leading private detective finding missing persons. 
                                                                                                                                                                                      
#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.
                                                    
#9737: TO TELL THE TRUTH
1977-05-24, SYN, 30 min.
Joe Garagiola, Peggy Cass, Gene Rayburn, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Betty Malz, Laurie Cevare

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 Betty Malz, who experienced being in a coma for 30 days, pronounced dead, and thirty minutes after was alive and well.

Second contestant is Laurie Cevare, million dollar worm farmer.
                                                                 
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