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Jack Barry (Character)
from Quiz Show (1994)
- Quiz Show (1994) Played by Christopher McDonald
- Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex * But Were Afraid to Ask (1972) Played by Jack Barry
... aka "Are Transvestites Homosexuals?" - USA (segment title)
... aka "Are the Findings of Doctors and Clinics Who Do Sexual Research and Experiments Accurate?" - USA (segment title)
... aka "Do Aphrodisiacs Work?" - USA (segment title)
... aka "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex" - USA (short title)
... aka "What Are Sex Perverts?" - USA (segment title)
... aka "What Happens During Ejaculation?" - USA (segment title)
... aka "What Is Sodomy?" - USA (segment title)
... aka "What Makes a Man a Homosexual?" - USA (cut version)
... aka "Why Do Some Women Have Trouble Reaching an Orgasm?" - USA (segment title)
Announcer: Geritol. America's #1 tonic. Geritol, the fast-acting, high-potentcy tonic, that helps you feel... stronger... fast... presents the exciting quiz program..."Twenty-One." Brought to you by NBC, The National Broadcasting Company, broadcasting nationally coast to coast, from New York to Los Angeles, from Seattle to St. Petersburg... via a vast network of affiliates crisscrossing the country. Coming up next, "Twenty-One," starring master of ceremonies Jack Barry!
[music cues build dramatically]
Announcer: Two players racing to score 21 points... each in a soundproof television studio, not knowing the other one's score... with $500 riding on each point... as they both play..."Twenty-One!"
[lively theme music plays]
Announcer: And here's your host... Jack Barry!
[the audience applauds as Jack runs on to the stage and stands behind his podium]
Jack Barry: [looking at us] Good evening. I'm Jack Barry. Due to a series of ties, Herbert Stempel, our 29-year-old ex-G.I. college student, must play at $3,000 a point, which means that in a few brief minutes, he can either win as much as $100,000 - the most money won on television to date - or lose everything he's won in the last eight weeks.
[as Jack continues to speak, Herbert and his opponent wait to be introduced]
Stempel's opponent: You nervous?
Herbie Stemple: [chuckles as he clean's his glasses] It's only money.
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