Two teams of three alternate between giving and guessing the meanings of obscure English words.
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Robert Robinson ...
 Himself - Chairman 460 episodes, 1967-1988
Frank Muir ...
 Himself - Team Captain 422 episodes, 1965-1988
Patrick Campbell ...
 Himself - Team Captain / ... 221 episodes, 1966-1979
Arthur Marshall ...
 Himself - Team Captain / ... 173 episodes, 1978-1988
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Two teams of three alternate between giving and guessing the meanings of obscure English words. Written by garryq

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Many of the 1960s and early 1970s editions of this series are believed to be lost. See more »

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Referenced in Auf Wiedersehen, Pet: Cowboys (1986) See more »

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Great quiz show
3 June 2003 | by See all my reviews

I like watching Call My Bluff, it's great, 5 times a week. I started watching call my bluff in 2003, the show is about a word and 3 people give their reason of what it means and one of those is true. If someone gets it wrong then they get Bluff (which means False or it's not true) and if someone gets it right then they get true meaning that it's the right meaning of the word everyone is talking and explaining about.


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