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You Bet Your Life: The Lost Episodes (2003)

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18 episodes of the long-running quiz show, including some not seen in over 50 years, restored utilizing their original prints. Bonus material includes 3 stag reels of material edited out to satisfy TV censors.

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18 episodes of the long-running quiz show, including some not seen in over 50 years, restored utilizing their original prints. Bonus material includes 3 stag reels of material edited out to satisfy TV censors.

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Here he is...the one...the only...GROUCHO!

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10 plus hours of the one,, the only,, GROUCHO
15 February 2004 | by (Maryland) – See all my reviews

Ya just have to love his QUICK wit. These "lost episodes" are restored to "better" than original quality. Some of the commercials are included,,, not enough to bore you to death.

Worth checking out is the "stag reels",, racier moments edited out for broadcast. Remember racier means for the early 1950's,, so, it's mostly suggestive rather than the obvious filth on TV for the morons of today.


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