I'll Bet (1965– )

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This was a game based on the ability to predict whether or not your teammate could answer a question correctly. Two teams consisting of a contestant paired up with a celebrity were pitted ... See full summary »

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Jan Murray ...
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This was a game based on the ability to predict whether or not your teammate could answer a question correctly. Two teams consisting of a contestant paired up with a celebrity were pitted against one another. The host would ask either team member a question. Before the team member answered, their teammate would predict whether or not they could answer correctly ("Can" or "Can't") and wager a certain amout of money. If the correct answer was given and a "Can" prediction was made, or if a wrong answer was given and a "Can't" prediction made, the team earned the amount of money wagered. If a correct answer was given and a "Can't" prediction was made, or if a wrong answer was given and a "Can" prediction was made, the amount of money wagered was deducted from the team's winnings. Written by Steve Bulota

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29 March 1965 (USA)  »

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One episode, with guest stars Richard Long (actor) and Beverly Garland, exists as a black and white kinescope on the trading circuit. A color episode from September 6, 1965 with Denise Darcel, and Robert Culp was discovered in February 2009. The rest of the series is presumed to be lost, as with many NBC daytime shows of the era. Please check your attic. See more »

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Followed by It's Your Bet (1969) See more »

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