Dorothy Kilgallen, Fred Allen, Arlene Francis and Bennett Cerf are this evening's panelists. Host and moderator, John Daly, greets the panel and asks them to don their masks for the first ... See full summary »

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Dorothy Kilgallen ...
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Dorothy Kilgallen, Fred Allen, Arlene Francis and Bennett Cerf are this evening's panelists. Host and moderator, John Daly, greets the panel and asks them to don their masks for the first guest for fear that he will be recognized. The gentleman is playwright and screenwriter, George Axelrod, author of the successful comedy on Broadway at the moment, "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?," starring Martin Gabel, Miss Francis's husband. Bennett Cerf identifies Mr. Axelrod almost immediately and, in chatting with Mr. Axelrod, John Daly mentions that the gentleman is the author of another Broadway hit comedy, "The Seven Year Itch." Next up, Miss Jeanne McLemore of Dallas, Texas. A lovely young woman, Miss McLemore is a licensed wrestling promoter. The panel is stumped, and the girl wins the round by default. Tonight's mystery celebrity guest is Vivian Blaine, star of the recently released "Guys and Dolls." Although Bennett Cerf asks Miss Blaine if she appears in the motion picture, it is Miss ... Written by johnmike59

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4 December 1955 (USA)  »

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

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References Dream Girl (1955) See more »

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