2 wins & 4 nominations.
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Match Game 73
(TV Series) (executive producer - 51 episodes)
(TV Series) (executive producer)
(TV Series) (executive producer - 2 episodes)
The Match Game
(TV Series) (executive producer - 1,326 episodes, 1962 - 1968) (associate producer - 1 episode, 1967)
What's My Line?
(TV Series) (co-producer - 420 episodes, 1950 - 1967) (producer - 9 episodes, 1952 - 1967) (executive producer - 1 episode, 1950)
(TV Series) (executive producer - 36 episodes)
... (executive producer)
I've Got a Secret
(TV Series) (producer - 6 episodes, 1955 - 1963) (co-producer - 4 episodes, 1956 - 1965) (executive producer - 4 episodes, 1953 - 1955)
(TV Series) (executive producer - 67 episodes)
(TV Series) (executive producer - 26 episodes)
The Name's the Same
(TV Series) (co-producer - 62 episodes, 1952 - 1955) (producer - 8 episodes, 1955)
(TV Series) (producer)
He and Bill Todman made an unsold pilot in 1959 called "Barbary Coast".
Mr. Mark Goodson - The Executive Producer
Did You Know?
Creating a new game show is not like creating a new film or television show. With those, you have things to work with. For a new game show, you have a completely blank piece of paper. A completely new concept comes out as often as a new sport, and think of how many new sports have been invented in time. Not many.
Like many other production companies, his own company moved to Los Angeles, California, in 1971, when Password All-Stars
(1961) was revived, a second time. The company's last New York-based show was the 1980s version of To Tell the Truth
(1980), but the New York office remained open and was used for East Coast Child's Play