Shoot for the Stars (1977– )

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2 Teams played on "Shoot for the Stars" as a word association game. 1 Member of the team select 1 box from 1 to 24. A clue was read (e.g.: "Clever as a Lash") and 1 member had to change the... See full summary »

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Peggy Cass ...
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2 Teams played on "Shoot for the Stars" as a word association game. 1 Member of the team select 1 box from 1 to 24. A clue was read (e.g.: "Clever as a Lash") and 1 member had to change the 1st half of the phrase by providing a synonym for the portion (e.g.: "Smart" for "Clever") and his/her member had to change the 2nd & Last half of the phrase (e.g.: "Whip" for "Lash") to complete the new phrase (e.g.: "Smart as a Whip"). Each phrase is worth from $100 to $500 and the teams atlernate their turns up to 1 team win the total of $1500. The Winning Team plays the Bonus Round called "All-Out Shoot-Out". The Champion Team will play for $1000 as they solved the number of clues selected randomly from 5 to 9 clues on the spinning wheel of phrase puzzles after it stopped only once. They'll have 1 minute to change the 2 bookending words in a phrase in the selected number of phrases (e.g.: "7 Phrases") to win the jackpot of $1000. When they completed and the team wins the jackpot and when they ... Written by Ben Rowe <Ben_Rowe@attbi.com>

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3 January 1977 (USA)  »

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Shoot for the Stars
Written and Performed by Robert Cobert
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