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#4996B: YOUR HIT PARADE
1974-08-02, WCBS, min.
Kelly Garrett, Chuck Woolery, Sheralee, Bo Donaldson, The Heywoods, Blue Magic

August 2, 1974-August 30, 1974 (CBS). This was the first broadcast of the season. After a 15-year absence from TV, "Your Hit  Parade" is back for five weeks. Part sentimental journey and part '70s rock, this new "Hit Parade" combines the music of the past and present. The regulars are relative show-business newcomers: Kelly Garrett, Chuck Woolery, and Sheralee.    

Duplicate of #4996B. Series premiere.        
#17816: YOUR HIT PARADE
1974-08-02, WCBS, min.
Kelly Garrett, Chuck Woolery, Sheralee, Bo Donaldson, The Heywoods, Blue Magic

August 2, 1974-August 30, 1974 (CBS). This was the first broadcast of the season. After a 15-year absence from TV, "Your Hit  Parade" is back for five weeks. Part sentimental journey and part '70s rock, this new "Hit Parade" combines the music of the past and present. The regulars are relative show-business newcomers: Kelly Garrett, Chuck Woolery, and Sheralee.    

Duplicate of #4996B. Series premiere.                     
#4996A: YOUR HIT PARADE
1974-08-09, WCBS, 27 min.
Kelly Garrett, Chuck Woolery, Sheralee, Jimmy Buffet, The Stylistics

August 2, 1974-August 30, 1974 (CBS). After a 15-year absence from TV, "Your Hit Parade" is back for five weeks. Part sentimental journey and part '70s rock, this new "Hit Parade" combines the music of the past and present. The regulars are relative show-business newcomers: Kelly Garrett, Chuck Woolery, and Sheralee.
#4997: YOUR HIT PARADE
1974-08-16, WCBS, 27 min.
Kelly Garrett, The Hues Corporation, Chuck Woolery, Sheralee, Herb Ohta

August 2, 1974-August 30, 1974 (CBS). After a 15-year absence from TV, "Your Hit Parade" is back for five weeks. Part sentimental journey and part '70s rock, this new "Hit Parade" combines the music of the past and present. The regulars are relative show-business newcomers: Kelly Garrett, Chuck Woolery, and Sheralee.
#4998: YOUR HIT PARADE
1974-08-23, WCBS, 27 min.
Kelly Garrett, Olivia Newton-John, Chuck Woolery, Sheralee, The DeFranco Family

August 2, 1974-August 30, 1974 (CBS). After a 15-year absence from TV, "Your Hit Parade" is back for five weeks. Part sentimental journey and part '70s rock, this new "Hit Parade" combines the music of the past and present. The regulars are relative show-business newcomers: Kelly Garrett, Chuck Woolery, and Sheralee.
#4999: YOUR HIT PARADE
1974-08-30, WCBS, 27 min.
Kelly Garrett, Chuck Woolery, Sheralee, Dave Loggins

August 2, 1974-August 30, 1974 (CBS). This was the final broadcast of the season. After a 15-year absence from TV, "Your Hit Parade" is back for five weeks. Part sentimental journey and part '70s rock, this new "Hit Parade" combines the music of the past and present. The regulars are relative show-business newcomers: Kelly Garrett, Chuck Woolery, and Sheralee.
#6281: WHEEL OF FORTUNE
1975-07-15, NBC, 30 min.
Chuck Woolery, Susan Stafford

January 6, 1975-June 30, 1989. Game show on which three contestants take turns spinning a large wheel, with a chance to guess the letters of a mystery word or phrase. Chuck Woolery hosted the show from 1975 to 1982, when Pat Sajak became host. Susan Stafford assisted until the Fall of 1982, and was succeeded by Vanna White.

Host Chuck Woolery.   

NOTE: WHEEL OF FORTUNE was one of the scores of game shows broadcast through the 1970's on NBC Television that fell victim to indiscriminate wiping. The programs were originally recorded for later telecasts on 2" Quadrplex Video Tape and then broadcast, and then erased to economically re-use and record for later shows.   
  
Virtually, ALL of WHEEL OF FORTUNE broadcasts were erased by NBC covering the period 1975 thru 1983. From 1985 to the present almost ALL of the programs have been archived.      
#6282: WHEEL OF FORTUNE
1975-08-29, NBC, 30 min.
Chuck Woolery, Susan Stafford

January 6, 1975-June 30, 1989. Game show on which three contestants take turns spinning a large wheel, with a chance to guess the letters of a mystery word or phrase. Chuck Woolery hosted the show from 1975 to 1982, when Pat Sajak became host. Susan Stafford assisted until the Fall of 1982, and was succeeded by Vanna White.

Host Chuck Woolery. 

NOTE: The website Wheel of Fortune History Wiki / Fandom 
https://wheeloffortunehistory.fandom.com/wkik/Daytime_episodes
_known_to_exist  
incorrectly states that Archival Television Audio, Inc. archived episode of August 29, 1975 is erroneously dated and correctly should be September 5, 1975. The correct date of this rare extant TV Audio Air Check broadcast  was recorded off the air on August 29, 1975.           
#6060: CELEBRITY SWEEPSTAKES
1975-09-05, NBC, 25 min.
Buddy Hackett, Mark Spitz, Dick Martin, Chuck Woolery, Jim MacKrell, Carol Wayne, Esther Rolle

April 1, 1974-October 1, 1976. Six celebrities, two contestants, and a studio audience in this question & answer game. Host Jim MacKrell. Panelists include Esther Rolle, Mark Spitz, Buddy Hackett, Dick Martin, Carol Wayne, and Chuck Woolery.
#9869: WHEEL OF FORTUNE
1975-11-06, NBC, 53 min.
Chuck Woolery, Susan Stafford, Charlie ODonnell

January 6, 1975-June 30, 1989. 
Game show on which three contestants take turns spinning a large wheel, with a chance to guess the letters of a mystery word or phrase. Chuck Woolery hosted the show from 1975 to 1982, when Pat Sajak became host. Susan Stafford assisted until the Fall of 1982, and was succeeded by Vanna White. Charlie O'Donnell was the announcer from the premiere until 1982 when he was replaced by Jack Clark. 

NOTE: Joined in progress as stated by NBC announcer after President Gerald Ford's News Conference ran seven minutes into the beginning of Wheel of Fortune time slot, 10:30am-11:30am.   

NOTE: For one week November 3-7, 1975 Wheel of Fortune expanded to a one hour format. It was then decided that it would continue as an hour broadcast but only briefly for six weeks. 

From Monday, December 1st, 1975 to Friday, January 16th, 1976, (five Monday - Friday weeks), the program aired a series of hour-long episodes in an attempt to duplicate & surpass its popularity to the CBS' successful of expanded The Price Is Right (1972). Two three-round games were played with two different sets of three contestants. The winners of each game played a head-to-head speed-up round, with the winner of that round playing the Bonus Round.
                                                           
#8812: MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW, THE
1975-12-03, SYN, 90 min.
Juliet Prowse, Don Adams, Foster Brooks, Mike Douglas, Jill St. John, Mac Davis, Chuck Woolery, John Bauer, Hank Taub, Gregg Jones, Dick Andrews

1963-1982 (SYNDICATED). Mike Douglas hosted one of television's longest-running talk shows (19 years). Each week Douglas was joined by a different co-host. In 1967, "The Mike Douglas Show" became the first syndicated talk show to win an Emmy Award.

Broadcast from 1963-1978 in Philadelphia Broadcast from 1978-1982 in Los Angeles Co-Host: Don Adams
#7837: CELEBRITY SWEEPSTAKES
1975-12-19, NBC, 30 min.
Jack Carter, Chuck Woolery, George Hamilton, Carol Wayne, Sally Ann Howes, Jim McKrell, Leslie Nielsen

Daytime- April 1st, 1974- October 1st, 1976
Syndicated- September 9th, 1974- September 1975
Syndicated- September 20th, 1976- September 1977
Announcers: Bill Armstrong, Dick Tufeld, John Harlan

A game show involving two contestants, six celebrities, and the studio audience. Frequently seen on the celebrity panel were Carol Wayne, Buddy Hackett, Dick Martin, and Joey Bishop. 

Host: Jim McKrell. Very few episodes of this quiz show survive.
                                                                         
#9870: WHEEL OF FORTUNE
1975-12-29, NBC, 11 min.
Chuck Woolery, Susan Stafford

January 6, 1975-June 30, 1989. 
Game show on which three contestants take turns spinning a large wheel, with a chance to guess the letters of a mystery word or phrase. Chuck Woolery hosted the show from 1975 to 1982, when Pat Sajak became host. Susan Stafford assisted until the Fall of 1982, and was succeeded by Vanna White.

NOTE: For a period of seven weeks from December 1, 1975 to January 16, 1976 WHEEL OF FORTUNE reverted from a 30 minute format to a 60 minute format game show. A total of 33 programs were aired (pre-empted on December 25, 1975 and on January 1, 1976). 

None of these broadcasts and 99% of ALL WHEEL OF FORTUNE broadcasts (1975-1983) are known to exist IN ANY BROADCAST FORMAT OR TRANSCRIPT, with the exception of eight TV Audio Air Checks ATA original pristine recordings off the air including this first 11 minutes  partial audio air check from December 29, 1975, one almost complete 53 minute air check (one hour trial basis one week) from November 6, 1975 (ATA #9869), and one complete 60  minute Television Audio Air Check archived by Archival Television Audio, Inc. (January 9, 1975).                                                              
#9871: WHEEL OF FORTUNE
1976-01-09, NBC, 60 min.
Chuck Woolery, Susan Stafford, Judy Von Garzon

#9871: WHEEL OF FORTUNE
1976-01-09, NBC, 60 min.
Chuck Woolery, Susan Stafford, Judy Von Garzon

January 6, 1975-June 30, 1989. 

The longest running syndicated game show in U.S. television history. 

Game show on which three contestants take turns spinning a large wheel, with a chance to guess the letters of a mystery word or phrase. Chuck Woolery hosted the show from 1975 to 1982, when Pat Sajak became host. Susan Stafford assisted until the Fall of 1982 and was succeeded by Vanna White.

Host Chuck Woolery.    

   NOTE: For a period of seven weeks from December 1, 1975, to January 16, 1976, WHEEL OF FORTUNE reverted from a 30-minute format to a 60 minute format game show. A total of 33 programs were aired (pre-empted on December 25, 1975, and on January 1, 1976). 

None of these complete broadcasts are known to exist IN ANY BROADCAST FORMAT OR TRANSCRIPT, except for this complete 60minute Television Audio Air Check archived by Archival Television Audio, Inc. which aired on January 9, 1975.  

NOTE: Contestant Judy Von Garzon wins the most ever amount of prizes and cash on this show, totaling $24,725 of which $17,850 is cash.  

Wheel Of Fortune is another massive, long-running gameshow. The show debuted in 1975 with the original host, Chuck Woolery doing the daytime run and Pat Sajak doing the night. The show was highly successful and remains popular even to this day.

Woolery's run went from the show's debut all the way until 1981 when he departed and passed the show to Pat Sajak. Woolery's run, as well as early Sajak daytime episodes,  was repeatedly taped over to create room for new episodes.
No known episodes of Chuck Woolery episodes of Wheel of Fortune are known to exist in their entirety. 

                                                                                                
#9872: WHEEL OF FORTUNE
1976-01-23, NBC, 30 min.
Chuck Woolery, Susan Stafford

January 6, 1975-June 30, 1989. Game show on which three contestants take turns spinning a large wheel, with a chance to guess the letters of a mystery word or phrase. Chuck Woolery hosted the show from 1975 to 1982, when Pat Sajak became host. Susan Stafford assisted until the Fall of 1982, and was succeeded by Vanna White.

Host Chuck Woolery.
#8055: DINAH!
1976-03-01, SYN, 60 min.
Dinah Shore, Penny Marshall, Cindy Williams, Chuck Woolery, Tennessee Ernie Ford, The Platters

October 21st, 1974- 1980. 

Ninety-minute talk show in most markets hosted by Dinah Shore. The show was seen during the daytime in most cities. In 1979 the show was retitled "Dinah and Friends" and had a co-host. 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    
#9873: WHEEL OF FORTUNE
1976-04-30, NBC, 30 min.
Chuck Woolery, Susan Stafford

January 6, 1975-June 30, 1989. Game show on which three contestants take turns spinning a large wheel, with a chance to guess the letters of a mystery word or phrase. Chuck Woolery hosted the show from 1975 to 1982, when Pat Sajak became host. Susan Stafford assisted until the Fall of 1982, and was succeeded by Vanna White.

Host Chuck Woolery.
#8065: DINAH!
1976-06-16, SYN, 60 min.
Dinah Shore, Juliet Prowse, Meredith MacRae, Chuck Woolery, John McCook, Greg Mullavey, Joann Pflug

October 21st, 1974- 1980. 

Ninety-minute talk show in most markets hosted by Dinah Shore. The show was seen during the daytime in most cities. In 1979 the show was retitled "Dinah and Friends" and had a co-host.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         
#9874: WHEEL OF FORTUNE
1976-10-07, NBC, 30 min.
Chuck Woolery, Susan Stafford

January 6, 1975-June 30, 1989. Game show on which three contestants take turns spinning a large wheel, with a chance to guess the letters of a mystery word or phrase. Chuck Woolery hosted the show from 1975 to 1982, when Pat Sajak became host. Susan Stafford assisted until the Fall of 1982, and was succeeded by Vanna White.

Host Chuck Woolery.
#2164: DOLLY
1976-12-11, WNEW, 27 min.
Dolly Parton, Chuck Woolery

1976-1977 (Syndicated). A half hour of country and western music, hosted by Dolly Parton.
#7904: DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS: FOURTH ANNUAL
1977-05-12, NBC, 90 min.
Helen Gallagher, Jack Gilford, Soupy Sales, Peter Marshall, Chuck Woolery, Bert Convy, Victoria Wyndham, Val Dufour

The Fourth Annual Daytime Emmy Awards are presented.

Hosts: Peter Marshall, Chuck Woolery, Victoria Wyndham, Jack Gilford, Soupy Sales. Live from the Tavern On The Green Restaurant in New York City's Central Park.
                                                 
#2178: DOLLY
1977-06-04, WNEW, 27 min.
Dolly Parton, Chuck Woolery

1976-1977 (Syndicated). A half hour of country and western music, hosted by Dolly Parton.
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