Panelists Dorothy Kilgallen, Fred Allen, Arlene Francis and Bennett Cerf tries to guess the professional identities of a frail looking elderly woman from Jacksonville, Fl. who's a ... See full summary »

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Dorothy Kilgallen ...
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Bennett Cerf ...
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Ella Carver ...
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Bernard Spindel ...
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Dick Stark ...
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Owen Deane ...
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Panelists Dorothy Kilgallen, Fred Allen, Arlene Francis and Bennett Cerf tries to guess the professional identities of a frail looking elderly woman from Jacksonville, Fl. who's a professional high diver and high dives 90ft into a flaming pool for Jack Smith's Supermarket, for Mr. Jackson. The woman went unidentified during the questioning round. Next, the panelists attempt to guess the lines of a man who signs into the show as "Mr. X", who is a professional wire tapper. Once again, the challenger went undetermined. The panel then tried to guess the identity of the weeks celebrity mystery challenger Tom Ewell of "The Seven Year Itch", with Marilyn Monroe, that was currently playing on Broadway at the time. Tom was quickly identified by the panel. Finally, the panel attempts to guess the identity of an elderly man from London, England who makes prams, otherwise known as baby carriages in the U.S., time ran out and the challenger was awarded the win. Written by brtndr

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12 June 1955 (USA)  »

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The telecast was live from New York and sponsored by Remington electric shavers, with promotional consideration for American Airlines for guest transportation. See more »

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