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1960

7 Feb. 1960
Episode dated 7 February 1960
Dorothy Kilgallen, Arlene Francis and Martin Gabel are joined by British stage star, Martyn Green, on this 500th broadcast and 10th-anniversary broadcast. First up is Don L. Brown, a Colorado man who is the Physical Education Director at a women's college. Dorothy Kilgallen almost immediately identifies Mr. Brown's profession but mentions that where he teaches is a school for girls. Next up, Mrs. Thelma Wagner of Hampton, Iowa. Mrs. Wagner makes horse blankets. After much discussion, Arlene Francis asks if Mrs. Wagner has anything to do with horse blankets and the ...
 
26 Jun. 1960
Episode dated 26 June 1960
Arlene Francis, Eamonn Andrews, Dorothy Kilgallen and Bennett Cerf are this evening's panelists. Host and moderator John Daly greets the panel and mentions that Miss Francis is appearing tonight under very trying circumstances. She was at her Manhattan apartment and trying to pry open a window with a dumbbell. Unfortunately, it fell eight stories, killing a man from Detroit, who was visiting New York City. Mr. Daly thanked Miss Francis for showing up this evening and pressed on. The first contestant was a Queens man, Mr. Arthur Morcante, a Golden Gloves finalist in ...
 
3 Jul. 1960
Episode dated 3 July 1960
Arlene Francis, guest panelist Tony Randall, Dorothy Kilgallen and Bennett Cerf are on deck this evening. Miss Francis thanks the studio and viewing audiences for their support for her during her recent tragedy. On a lighter note, host and moderator, John Daly, wishes Miss Kilgallen a very happy birthday. This evening's contestants come in pairs and groups. First up, Miss La Velda Rowe and Miss La Vona Rowe, twin sisters from Iowa City, Iowa, who are news photographers. The panel is stumped, so the sisters win by default. Next up, a pair of sisters from Utah, who sell...
 
10 Jul. 1960
Episode dated 10 July 1960
Arlene Francis, her husband, Martin Gabel, Dorothy Kilgallen and Bennett Cerf are this evening's panelists. Host and moderator John Daly gets right down to business and introduces Miss Lou Pickett, a Texas woman and a crackerjack plumber. Bennett Cerf identifies the woman's profession very quickly, and the panel wins. Next is Mrs. Pauline Nesselrodt, a Virginia woman who makes false horse tails for decorative purposes. Miss Kilgallen does come very close, but Mr. Daly flips the cards, and Mrs. Nesselrodt wins by default. Tonight's mystery celebrity guest is comedian ...
 

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