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#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.                                                    
#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.                                                     
#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.                                        
#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.                                                                               
#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.
#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). 

                     
#6396A: GET THE MESSAGE
1964-06-01, ABC, 30 min.
Julia Meade, Bennett Cerf, Betty White, Marty Ingels, Frank Buxton, Chet Gould

 March 31, 1964 - December 31, 1964 (ABC Television).     

 A television game show hosted by Frank Buxton, until September 28th. Robert Q. Lewis hosted the remaining episodes. Announcers were Chet Gould, succeeded by Johnny Olson.  

Guests are Bennett Cerf, Marty Ingels, Julia Meade & Betty White.

Only three episodes are known to exist.      
#953: CELEBRITY GAME, THE
1964-06-07, WCBS, 26 min.
Gordon MacRae, Oscar Levant, Lee Marvin, Mickey Rooney, Carl Reiner, Sheila MacRae, Nanette Fabray, Ann Blyth, Sal Mineo, Tony Franciosa, Agnes Moorehead

Host Carl Reiner welcomes celebrity guests Mickey Rooney, Lee Marvin, Nanette Fabray, Agnes Moorehead, Oscar Levant, Ann Blyth, Gordon MacRae, Sheila MacRae and Sal Mineo to this primetime comedy quiz.
#669: CELEBRITY GAME, THE
1964-06-14, WNBC, 26 min.
Cliff Arquette, Jack E. Leonard, Carl Reiner, Ida Lupino, Howard Duff, Pamela Tiffin, Anne Baxter, Tommy Sands, MacDonald Carey, Nancy Sinatra

Host Carl Reiner welcomes celebrity guests Howard Duff, Ida Lupino, Cliff Arquette, Pamela Tiffin, Jack E. Leonard, Anne Baxter, MacDonald Carey, Nancy Sinatra and Tommy Sands to this primetime quiz show.
#968: WHAT'S MY LINE?
1965-02-14, WCBS, 26 min.
Steve Allen, John Daly, Dorothy Kilgallen, Arlene Francis, Gloria Swanson, Martin Gabel, Bennett Cerf, Jayne Meadows, Phyllis Cerf, Richard Kollmar, Johnny Olsen

Steve Allen, a former "What's My Line" panelist (1/11/53 clip is shown), returns to help Dorothy Kilgallen, Arlene Francis, Bennett Cerf, and host John Daly celebrate the show's 15th Anniversary. Gloria Swanson is this evening's Mystery Guest. Also appearing on this 751st consecutive broadcast are Martin Gabel, Jayne Meadows, Phyllis Cerf and Richard Kollmar. Johnny Olsen is the announcer.
#742: MATCH GAME, THE
1965-09-10, WNBC, 18 min.
Roger Maris, Joe Garagiola, Whitey Ford, Mickey Mantle, Gene Rayburn, Joe Pepitone, Tom Tresh

Host Gene Rayburn welcomes Whitey Ford, Mickey Mantle and Joe Pepitone, who challenge Joe Garagiola, Tom Tresh and Roger Maris.
#1022: DATING GAME, THE
1967-06-17, WABC, 23 min.
Groucho Marx, Durward Kirby, Jim Lange, Melinda Marx, Les Brown, Charlie Barnett

On this Father's Day show, host Jim Lange welcomes celebrity guests Groucho Marx, Melinda Marx, Durwood Kirby, Les Brown and Charlie Barnett.
#6102: HOLLYWOOD SQUARES
1968-05-28, NBC, 30 min.
Connie Stevens, Paul Lynde, Morey Amsterdam, Rose Marie, Jan Murray, Wally Cox, Nanette Fabray, Charlie Weaver, Peter Marshall, Max Baer Jr.

October 17, 1966-June 20, 1980. Durable daytime game show featuring two contestants and panel of nine celebrities. Regular panelists over the years included George Gobel, Wally Cox, John Davidson, Charlie Weaver (Cliff Arquette), Rose Marie, and Paul Lynde. Host Peter Marshall.

The Squares panel consists of Wally Cox, Rose Marie, Jan Murray, Connie Stevens, Paul Lynde, Nanette Fabray, Charlie Weaver, Max Baer Jr., Morey Amsterdam, and host Peter Marshall.
#6291: YOU DON'T SAY
1968-05-29, NBC, 30 min.
Tom Kennedy, Julie Adams, Richard Long

April 1, 1963-September 26, 1969 (NBC); July 7, 1975-November 26, 1975 (ABC). Tom Kennedy hosts this quiz/game show involving celebrities & contestants trying to name a famous person.

Jim Perk hosted the syndication revival series broadcast in 1978. 

Only six episodes of the original 1963-1969 & 1975 series are known to exist.

Guests include Julie Adams and Richard Long. With commercials.                          
#6103: HOLLYWOOD SQUARES
1968-05-31, NBC, 30 min.
Connie Stevens, Paul Lynde, Jan Murray, Nanette Fabray, Peter Marshall, Max Baer Jr.

Durable daytime game show featuring two contestants and panel of nine celebrities. Regular panelists over the years included George Gobel, Wally Cox, John Davidson, Charlie Weaver (Cliff Arquette), Rose Marie, and Paul Lynde. Host Peter Marshall.

Guests include Max Baer Jr., Nanette Fabray, Paul Lynde, Jan Murray, Connie Stevens, and others. Host Peter Marshall.
#6124: JEOPARDY
1968-05-31, NBC, 30 min.
David Canary, Art Fleming

March 30, 1964-January 3, 1975 (2,753 episodes). Art Fleming hosts this perennial game show. Includes commercials.

David Canary is a guest who just started acting on "Bonanza."
#6144: MATCH GAME
1968-08-06, NBC, 30 min.
Gene Rayburn, Soupy Sales, Fannie Flagg

December 31, 1962-September 20, 1969 (NBC); July 2, 1973-April 20, 1979 (CBS); 1975-1981 (SYNDICATED). Host: Gene Rayburn. Guests: Soupy Sales and Fannie Flagg. Includes commercials.
#6203: PERSONALITY
1968-08-06, NBC, 30 min.
Roddy McDowall, Barbara McNair, Peter Lawford, Larry Blyden, Rita Moreno

July 30, 1967-September 26, 1969. A panel of three celebrities were featured each week on this daytime NBC game show, hosted by Larry Blyden. Only a few shows from this series survive in any broadcast format.

Guest panelists: Rita Moreno, Peter Lawford, and Barbara McNair. Subject on film: Roddy McDowall.
#6135: LET'S MAKE A DEAL
1968-08-06, ABC, 30 min.
Monty Hall, Jay Stewart

December 30, 1963-December 27, 1968 (NBC). December 30, 1968-July 9, 1976 (ABC). 1971-1976 (SYNDICATED). Members of the studio audience had the opportunity to "make a deal" with TV's big dealer, host Monty Hall. Assistant & announcer is Jay Stewart. Includes commercials.
#6123: JEOPARDY
1968-08-06, NBC, 30 min.
Art Fleming

March 30, 1964-January 3, 1975 (2,753 episodes). Art Fleming hosts this perennial game show. Includes commercials.
#6104: HOLLYWOOD SQUARES
1968-08-06, NBC, 30 min.
Jan Murray, Rona Barrett, Harvey Korman, Jeannie C. Riley, Peter Marshall, Sandy Baron, Joanne Dru

Durable daytime game show featuring two contestants and panel of nine celebrities. Regular panelists over the years included George Gobel, Wally Cox, John Davidson, Charlie Weaver (Cliff Arquette), Rose Marie, and Paul Lynde. Host Peter Marshall.

Guests: Sandy Baron, Rona Barrett, Joanne Dru, Harvey Korman, Jan Murray, Jeannie C. Riley, and others. Host Peter Marshall.
#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.                         
#6136: LET'S MAKE A DEAL
1968-08-12, ABC, 30 min.
Monty Hall, Jay Stewart

December 30, 1963-December 27, 1968 (NBC). December 30, 1968-July 9, 1976 (ABC). 1971-1976 (SYNDICATED). Members of the studio audience had the opportunity to "make a deal" with TV's big dealer, host Monty Hall. Assistant & announcer is Jay Stewart. Includes commercials.
#6293: YOU DON'T SAY
1968-08-12, NBC, 30 min.
Jack Cassidy, Tom Kennedy, Nita Talbot

April 1, 1963-September 26, 1969 (NBC); July 7, 1975-November 26, 1975 (ABC). Tom Kennedy hosts this quiz/game show involving celebrities & contestants trying to name a famous person.

Guests: Jack Cassidy, Nita Talbot. Includes commercials.
#6292: YOU DON'T SAY
1968-08-13, NBC, 30 min.
Jack Cassidy, Tom Kennedy, Nita Talbot

April 1, 1963-September 26, 1969 (NBC); July 7, 1975-November 26, 1975 (ABC). Tom Kennedy hosts this quiz/game show involving celebrities & contestants trying to name a famous person.

Another episode of this game show starring Jack Cassidy & Nita Talbot. Includes commercials.
#6137: LET'S MAKE A DEAL
1968-08-13, ABC, 30 min.
Monty Hall, Jay Stewart

December 30, 1963-December 27, 1968 (NBC). December 30, 1968-July 9, 1976 (ABC). 1971-1976 (SYNDICATED). Members of the studio audience had the opportunity to "make a deal" with TV's big dealer, host Monty Hall. Assistant & announcer is Jay Stewart. Includes commercials.
#6138: LET'S MAKE A DEAL
1968-08-14, ABC, 30 min.
Monty Hall, Jay Stewart

December 30, 1963-December 27, 1968 (NBC). December 30, 1968-July 9, 1976 (ABC). 1971-1976 (SYNDICATED). Members of the studio audience had the opportunity to "make a deal" with TV's big dealer, host Monty Hall. Assistant & announcer is Jay Stewart. Includes commercials.
#6240: SNAP JUDGEMENT
1968-08-19, NBC, 30 min.
Ed McMahon, Don Meredith, Johnny Olsen, Jo Anne Carson

April 11, 1967-March 28, 1969. Daytime game show that featured "Tonight Show" sidekick Ed McMahon as host. Johnny Olsen, announcer. Johnny Carson played the game on March 28, 1968, and his wife, Jo Anne Carson played the game on August 19, 1968.

Host: Ed McMahon. Guests: Jo Anne Carson, in a rare television appearance, & Don Meredith. Not one episode of this two-year game show series survives. All video tapes (two episodes are rumored to exist) were erased soon after broadcasts were aired.
#7872: CONCENTRATION
1969-10-21, NBC, 30 min.
Bob Clayton

July 28th, 1958-March 23rd, 1973 NBC
1973-1979- Syndicated

One of the longest running and successful daytime game shows with various hosts, including Hugh Downs from 1958-1965. Bob Clayton succeeded Downs as the daytime host, while the syndicated version was hosted by Jack Narz. 

Host: Bob Clayton
         
#7873: CONCENTRATION
1969-10-27, NBC, 30 min.
Bob Clayton

July 28th, 1958-March 23rd, 1973 NBC
1973-1979- Syndicated

One of the longest running and successful daytime game shows with various hosts, including Hugh Downs from 1958-1965. Bob Clayton succeeded Downs as the daytime host, while the syndicated version was hosted by Jack Narz. 

Host: Bob Clayton
                      
#6105: HOLLYWOOD SQUARES
1970-01-22, NBC, 14. min.
Vincent Price, John Davidson, Jeannie C. Riley, Marty Allen, Peter Marshall, Ruta Lee

Durable daytime game show featuring two contestants and panel of nine celebrities. Regular panelists over the years included George Gobel, Wally Cox, John Davidson, Charlie Weaver (Cliff Arquette), Rose Marie, and Paul Lynde. Host Peter Marshall.

Panelists include Marty Allen, John Davidson, Vincent Price, Jeannie C. Riley, and Ruta Lee. Host Peter Marshall.
#6034: BEAT THE CLOCK
1973-02-26, WPIX, 30 min.
Gene Wood, Lori Saunders

Syndicated game show, airing from September 15, 1969-September 20, 1974. Gene Wood hosts with guest Lori Saunders.
#7689: BEAT THE CLOCK
1973-10-12, WPIX, 30 min.
Henry Morgan, Gene Wood

BEAT THE CLOCK premiered on television March 23, 1950. Over the years there have been many hosts:
1950-1961 - Bud Collyer
1969-1972 - Jack Narz
1972-1974 - Gene Wood
1979 - 1980 - Monty Hall
2002 - 2003 - Gary Kroeger

Syndicated game show, airing from September 15, 1969-September 20, 1974. Gene Wood hosts this specific episode. Henry Morgan is the guest. 

                          
#6128: JACKPOT
1974-01-07, NBC, 30 min.
Don Pardo, Geoff Edwards

January 7, 1974-September 26, 1975. Hosting is Geoff Edwards and announcing is Don Pardo. Sixteen contestants compete over the course of a week, potentially able to win cash amount of $50,000.
#6063: DEALER'S CHOICE
1974-05-28, NBC, 30 min.
Jack Clark, Jane Nelson, Jim Thompson

January 21, 1974-December 12, 1975. An audience participation show hosted by Jack Clark. Announcer, Jim Thompson. Hostess, Jane Nelson.

Only three episodes are known to exist.            
#6108: HIGH ROLLERS
1974-07-01, NBC, 30 min.
Ruta Lee, Alex Trebek, Kenny Williams

July 1, 1974-June 11, 1976. "High Rollers" began as a daytime show on NBC-TV in 1974, with Alex Trebek as host and Ruta Lee as co-host. The co-host tossed the dice for the contestants who could win a grand prize of $10,000. Announcer, Kenny Williams.

From September 1975 - 1976 a syndicated version was broadcast hosted by Alex Trebek. 
Still another version of this game show was broadcast on NBC form April 24, 1978-June 20, 1978. 

Only three episodes from the first series of broadcasts are known to exist.             
#6187: NAME THAT TUNE
1974-07-30, NBC, 10 min.
Rosemary Clooney, Dennis James

July 29, 1974-January 3, 1975. Daytime series with host Dennis James. Rosemary Clooney performs two of her greatest hits.
#7832: CELEBRITY SWEEPSTAKES
1974-08-05, NBC, 30 min.
Polly Bergen, Mort Sahl, Norm Crosby, Olivia Newton-John, Cathy Rigby, Jerry Van Dyke, Jim McKrell

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.
        
#6055: CELEBRITY SWEEPSTAKES
1974-08-09, NBC, 30 min.
Polly Bergen, Mort Sahl, Norm Crosby, Olivia Newton-John, Jerry Van Dyke, Jim MacKrell, Kathy Rigby

April 1, 1974-October 1, 1976. Six celebrities, two contestants, and a studio audience in this question & answer game. Host Jim MacKrell. Celebrities include Polly Bergen, Norm Crosby, Olivia Newton-John, Kathy Rigby, Mort Sahl, and Jerry Van Dyke.
#6188: NAME THAT TUNE
1974-10-15, NBC, 30 min.
Dennis James

July 29, 1974-January 3, 1975. Daytime series with host Dennis James.
#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.
#6109: HIGH ROLLERS
1974-10-15, NBC, 30 min.
Ruta Lee, Alex Trebek

July 1, 1974-June 11, 1976. "High Rollers" began as a daytime show on NBC-TV in 1974, with Alex Trebek as host and Ruta Lee as co-host. The co-host tossed the dice for the contestants who could win a grand prize of $10,000.
#6107: HOLLYWOOD SQUARES
1974-10-15, NBC, 30 min.
Leslie Uggams, Paul Lynde, Rose Marie, John Davidson, Rich Little, Marty Allen, Peter Marshall

Durable daytime game show featuring two contestants and panel of nine celebrities. Regular panelists over the years included George Gobel, Wally Cox, John Davidson, Charlie Weaver (Cliff Arquette), Rose Marie, and Paul Lynde. Host Peter Marshall.

Guests: Leslie Uggams, John Davidson, Marty Allen, Rich Little, Rose Marie, Paul Lynde, and others. Host Peter Marshall.
#6056: CELEBRITY SWEEPSTAKES
1974-10-16, NBC, 25 min.
Arlene Dahl, Shecky Greene, Gary Crosby, Jim MacKrell, Tige Andrews, Christopher George, Carol Wayne

April 1, 1974-October 1, 1976. Six celebrities, two contestants, and a studio audience in this question & answer game. Host Jim MacKrell. Guests are Tige Andrews, Gary Crosby, Arlene Dahl, Christopher George, Shecky Greene, and Carol Wayne.
#6125: JEOPARDY
1974-10-16, NBC, 30 min.
Art Fleming

March 30, 1964-January 3, 1975 (2,753 episodes). Art Fleming hosts this perennial game show. Includes commercials.
#6064: DEALER'S CHOICE
1974-11-06, NBC, 30 min.
Jack Clark

January 21, 1974-December 12, 1975. An audience participation show hosted by Jack Clark.
#7708: BIG SHOWDOWN, THE
1975-03-19, ABC, 30 min.
Jim Peck

December 23, 1974 - July 4, 1975

Except for the pilot broadcast of this short lived day time quiz show the entire series of this show is "lost." Three contestants compete in a question and answer game. Jim Peck was the host.                  
#6110: HIGH ROLLERS
1975-07-15, NBC, 30 min.
Ruta Lee, Alex Trebek

July 1, 1974-June 11, 1976. "High Rollers" began as a daytime show on NBC-TV in 1974, with Alex Trebek as host and Ruta Lee as co-host. The co-host tossed the dice for the contestants who could win a grand prize of $10,000.
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