The Match Game: Season 5, Episode 149

Phyllis Newman & Ed McMahon (27 Mar. 1967)

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"The MATCH GamE" introducing "The TELEPHONE MAtCh" where the caller of his/her hometown's NBC-TV Station that carry the show to talk to The Star of "The MATCH GamE" Gene Rayburn and he'll ... See full summary »

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Gene Rayburn ...
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Johnny Olson ...
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"The MATCH GamE" introducing "The TELEPHONE MAtCh" where the caller of his/her hometown's NBC-TV Station that carry the show to talk to The Star of "The MATCH GamE" Gene Rayburn and he'll asked the match question that has fill-in-the-blank in it and the caller will choose 1 of the Member of The Studio Audience by calling 1 Number from 1 to 100+ (i.e. : 1-101 choose a number 50). The Announcer asked 2 questions "What's Your Name?" & "Where You From?" and the announcer say "This is John/Jane Doe from Anywhere, USA (Real Location)" will write down the answer to the question will match by the caller. It's A Match by both the caller and the audience member contestant will win the share of the jackpot of $500. It's A Mismatch and that lose the jackpot and added $100 a day before the sharing of the same jackpot and given out the home edition of "The MATCH GamE" to the caller via by mail & the studio audience member will match with the caller. Written by Ben Hallums<benhallums1@hotmail.com>

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A Swingin' Safari (The Theme of The MATCH GamE)
Written and Performed by Bert Kaempfert
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