Robert Q. Lewis, filling in for Fred Allen this evening, joins regulars Dorothy Kilgallen, Arlene Francis and Bennett Cerf. Host and moderator the first contestant to sign in, one Mr. Raymond Fadden of New York City. Mr. Fadden operates the scoreboard at Brooklyn's Ebbetts Field. Dorothy Kilgallen guesses Mr. Fadden's occupation and says he must be very busy these days as the New York Yankees and Brooklyn Dodgers are in the midst of the World Series (the Brooklyn Dodgers will go on to win their one and only series against the Yankees). Next up is a gentleman from London, England, one Mr. Victor G. Perry. Mr. Perry is a professional pickpocket in a nightclub act. The panel is stumped, Mr. Daly flips the cards over when Mr. Lewis blurts out that Mr. Perry is a pickpocket. Mr. Perry wins by default, and John Daly relates that Mr. Perry performed for Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, who quipped, 'Wonderful. It's a good thing you're honest.' Tonight's mystery celebrity guests are Lucille ... Written by
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During her introduction, panelist Arlene Francis displayed the new ''What's My Line?'' board game. See more