First iteration of a game show, where an item was placed before several celebrities - one of whom was telling the truth, the others, were not. The contestant won, based upon whether-or-not ... See full summary »
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First iteration of a game show, where an item was placed before several celebrities - one of whom was telling the truth, the others, were not. The contestant won, based upon whether-or-not they wagered correctly on the celebrity who told the truth. Written by U.N. Owen

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Only two editions of this program survive, one of which was released as a a "Bonus Disc" of The Twilight Zone Season One DVD. Please check your attic. See more »

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Followed by Liar's Club (1988) See more »

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Very Funny Show
24 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Too bad more of these don't exist. Saw the one episode, and it was very funny. Dick Gautier and Betty White among the panel. Rod Serling hosting, which just seemed very weird and of course he was great. With four people on the panel, they are given a strange old object and each give a story about what it's used for. Now only one story is true, and the two contestants have to each guess which story is true. Pretty much a slightly different rendition of To Tell The Truth. Very funny though. They really should have made more of these. Don't why they never have rehashed it. Seems like they've done every other game show over and over again. Thought that this could catch on as well. Now i'm not sure if they could put together the same quality of funny people to keep it going. Not a lot of funny people left on television. All the funny people are movie stars, and they'll just be too expensive to sustain the show for too long. Unless they reality TV people on it........YIKES!


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