Dorothy Kilgallen, Arlene Francis and Martin Gabel are joined by British stage star, Martyn Green, on this 500th broadcast and 10th-anniversary broadcast. First up is Don L. Brown, a Colorado man who is the Physical Education Director at a women's college. Dorothy Kilgallen almost immediately identifies Mr. Brown's profession but mentions that where he teaches is a school for girls. Next up, Mrs. Thelma Wagner of Hampton, Iowa. Mrs. Wagner makes horse blankets. After much discussion, Arlene Francis asks if Mrs. Wagner has anything to do with horse blankets and the panel wins the round. Mystery celebrity guest this special evening is Julie Andrews, star of the blockbuster Lerner and Loewe musical, "My Fair Lady," and Rodger's and Hammerstein's acclaimed television version of "Cinderella." Arlene Francis hits the proverbial nail yet again and correctly identifies Miss Andrews. Finally, a New York City woman, Miss Judy Joye is asked to sign in, though time is running short. Miss Joye is ... Written by
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While questioned during the mystery round, Julie Andrews is nonplussed when asked if she's preparing to do another Broadway show in the not too distant future. John Daly allows her to answer that, no, she is not, when, in fact, Pre-production will commence on Miss Andrews's next stint in Lerner and Loewe's, "Camelot,' which will premiere on Broadway in December 1960. See more
References The Fabulous Fifties