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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.                                                             
#13419C: OPEN END WITH DAVID SUSSKIND: "ACTOR'S SYNDROME."
1960-12-11, WNTA, 104 min.
David Susskind, Bill Davidson, Faye Emerson, Dr. Herbert Kupper, Gilbert Milstein, Eleanor Harris, Mauice Zoltan

Because of a New York City snowstorm, host David Susskind is not able to arrive for this broadcast. Fay Emerson replaces him as hostess. The first hour of the broadcast is not archived. Joined in progress. 
Guests include Pete Martin, Dr. Herbert Kupper, Bill Davidson, Gilbert Milstein, Eleanor Harris, and Maurice Zoltan                                     
#13649: PM EAST WITH MIKE WALLACE
1962-04-25, WNEW, 24 min.
Mike Wallace, Burt Lancaster, Jerry Lester, Faye Emerson

1961-1962, Syndicated

A ninety-minute nightly syndicated talk show with Mike Wallace and his co-host Joyce Davidson. Wallace and Davidson hosted the first hour from New York with Terrence O'Flaherty hosting the last half-hour from San Francisco. It was created to compete with the Jack Paar Show on NBC. 

Mike Wallace explains yesterday's walkout by guest Burt Lancaster. 
He speaks to his television and studio audience for 15 minutes detailing last night's walk-off by guest Burt Lancaster. Wallace mentions that this was the first time in 16 years someone walked off when interviewing him/her. Mike states that he likes to do an interview devoid of "fluff" and ask pointed and relevant questions. 
Usually there is a pre-screening of questions by the staff and guest but not on this occasion. Mike mentions he met Burt ten minutes before going on TV in the men's room.  Mike Wallace mentions that on last night's telecast which had Barbara Streisand, Phil Foster, Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee as guests appearing before Burt Lancaster, he waited till the last 30 minutes to have Lancaster appear. Mike recalls the first three questions posed to  Burt, and his taking exception to the question when asked why he has a bad temper, at which time he just got up and walked off. Wallace apologizes to Burt but also reads the 10 other questions he was going to ask Lancaster. 

Guests Faye Emerson and Jerry Lester discuss with Mike their feelings about the walk off. Faye remembers being interviewed by Wallace on NIGHTBEAT and being asked, "if she thought Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller's marriage would last."
 

NOTE: When Burt Lancaster walked off the show , it was the first time such occurrence would happen in the career of Mike Wallace. 
Wallace requested the audio air check audio  tape of this moment archived in the ATA collection. He set up a meeting with Phil Gries, owner of Archival Television Audio, Inc. at The Paley Center in NYC where Gries gave him a dub of the recording. 

A week later Phil Gries received a letter from Mike Wallace who stated that when listening to the air check he yelled into the play back machine to "stop talking so much.!"

Host: Mike Wallace.                                                                                           
#13827: TELEPOLL
1962-10-21, ABC, min.
Ron Cochran, Faye Emerson, Sheila Graham

 September 30, 1962-October 21, 1962

Five different issues are discussed each week in this half-hour program. A pre-selected sample of approximately 1000 homes are telephoned at the end of the program and asked their opinion on the issues. The results of the poll are discussed on the next week's program. Tonight's topics are: The Current state of movies, censorship, status of boxing (Should it be outlawed?), debate on movie stars with Faye Emerson and Sheila Graham (Are they overpaid?). 

Ron Cochran is the host.                                                                        
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