Dorothy Kilgallen, Fred Allen, Arlene Francis and Bennett Cerf are this evening's panelists. First up is Mr. Al Fowler, an Iowa native and Navy man, who flew into the eye of Hurrican Connie... See full summary »

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Dorothy Kilgallen ...
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Himself - Moderator (as John Charles Daly)
Alfred Fowler ...
Himself - Contestant (as Al Fowler)
Phyllis Raber ...
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Anne Lindsay ...
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Howard Buehler ...
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Dorothy Kilgallen, Fred Allen, Arlene Francis and Bennett Cerf are this evening's panelists. First up is Mr. Al Fowler, an Iowa native and Navy man, who flew into the eye of Hurrican Connie. The panel is stumped, and Mr. Fowler wins by default. Next up are two ladies, Phyllis Raber and Anne Lindsay, who run a dog washing service. Arlene Francis identifies the women's' occupation, but host John Daly gives the women the win. Actor Paul Muni, appearing on Broadway in "Inherit The Wind," is the mystery celebrity guest. Bennett Cerf identifies him though Mr. Muni says nary a word and uses a violin to answer the panel's questions. Finally, Mr. Howard Burhler, a gentleman who pilots ships through the Panama Canal, is the final contestant. Time runs out, and Mr. Burhler wins by default. John Daly and the panel exchange their usual good nights, and Mr. Daly invites viewers to tune in next week. By: johnmike59 Written by johnmike59

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14 August 1955 (USA)  »

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Mystery Guest Paul Muni was in New York appearing in the Broadway play, ''Inherit the Wind.'' Moderator John Daly pointed out that it was the 30th anniversary of the ''Scopes Monkey Trial,'' an evolution vs. creationism court case upon which the play was based. See more »

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References The Linkletter Show (1952) See more »

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Yes! We Have No Bananas
Written by Frank Silver and Irving Cohn
Performed by Paul Muni
Muni played the first line of this song on his violin to indicate a 'yes' answer
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