Tonight's challengers are a Brooklyn woman who is a man's barber. The second challenger is a Pittsburgh man who breeds various insects for research purposes, his ultimate laboratory goal is... See full summary »

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Bennett Cerf ...
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Tonight's challengers are a Brooklyn woman who is a man's barber. The second challenger is a Pittsburgh man who breeds various insects for research purposes, his ultimate laboratory goal is the development of effective household insecticides. Charles Boyer, star of the hit Broadway comedy, "The Marriage-Go-Round," is the mystery guest. Finally, Baltimore Colts wide receiver, Raymond Berry, whose team was defeated by the New York Giants that Sunday afternoon (24-21) is the final challenger. When he played, he spent his entire career (1955-1967) with the Baltimore Colts and was with them during their two NFL wins. He retired in 1967, but went on to coach the New England Patriots in the 1980s and led the Pats to Super Bowl XX for the 1985 season against the Chicago Bears. He was 25 when he appeared as a challenger on "What's My Line." and he's regarded as one of football's greats. Written by gaelicguy

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9 November 1958 (USA)  »

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Although Charles Boyer was appearing in the very popular Broadway comedy, "The Marriage-Go-Round," opposite Claudette Colbert, John Daly plugs Boyer's recent Hollywood offering, "La parisienne" and says how much he enjoyed it and the very young Brigitte Bardot, whom Boyer agrees was very good in it. See more »

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