What's My Line?

Episode dated 5 July 1964 (5 Jul. 1964)

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John Daly ...
Himself - Moderator
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Herself - Panelist
Dorothy Kilgallen ...
Herself - Panelist
Bennett Cerf ...
Himself - Panelist
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Peter Gabel ...
Himself - Guest
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Herself - Mystery Guest
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Himself - Guest Panelist
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Peter Gabel (son of Arlene Francis and Martin Gabel) appeared as an added mystery guest. His line was that he was a guide at the New York Worlds Fair that year. He went on to Harvard the following year, the same year Bennet Cerfs son went to Harvard. See more »

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Himself - Moderator: We want to be completely fair, Arlene...
Herself - Panelist: Since when?
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What's My Line with Peter Gabel
29 January 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This has to be one of the funniest and most outrageous episodes of What's My Line ever - period. The panel actually thought that Peter was some important businessman for a while!! That was hilarious. Arlene had no idea who it was!! Arlene was beginning to get into the right area and then she blew it when she asked if Peter had "ever wore a sandwich board?" Peter rolled over in laughter at the thought!! Then Rudy asked the important question if he "had anything to do with the World's Fair?" Of course the answer was yes. Unfortunately Rudy asked if he was a ticket taker instead of a guide. The reaction of Arlene when Peter is finally revealed is priceless!! Like I said this has to be one of the most outrageous episodes of What's My Line ever - period. Episodes like this could never be duplicated today. That is sad.


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