What's My Line?: Season 10, Episode 24

Episode #10.24 (15 Feb. 1959)

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Martin Gabel returns this week, along with guest panelist, Robert Cummings. Challenger Number 1 is Helen P. Mann, who hails from Boston. Her glamorous looks belie her 'line' - she tracks ... See full summary »

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Martin Gabel returns this week, along with guest panelist, Robert Cummings. Challenger Number 1 is Helen P. Mann, who hails from Boston. Her glamorous looks belie her 'line' - she tracks missiles at Cape Canaveral, Florida (to the degree that she can track the exact location of a nosecone.) The second challenger this evening is Mrs. Helen Mitchell, a Pennsylvania woman who owns her own business - she sells sewer pipe. Mystery guest, Maria Schell, appears tonight to promote her newly released film, "The Hanging Tree," starring Gary Cooper and marking the film bow of George C. Scott. It has just opened at the Roxy Theater in New York City and Miss Schell mentions her upcoming "Playhouse 90" presentation of "For Whom The Bell Tolls." Martin Gabel graciously remarks what a remarkable cast has been assembled for this television production. The final challenger of the evening is Mr. John Muldowney of Trenton, NJ - he makes flea powder. Before bidding the panel good night, John Daly mentions... Written by gaelicguy

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