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Episode credited cast:
John Daly ...
Himself - Moderator
Bennett Cerf ...
Himself - Panelist
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Himself - Guest Panelist
Herself - Panelist
Phyllis Newman ...
Herself - Panelist
Johnny Olson ...
Himself - Announcer
Leontyne Price ...
Herself - Mystery Guest
Himself - Mystery Guest


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18 September 1966 (USA)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Another classic What's My Line? episode
15 January 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is another of those classic What's My Line? episodes that could never be duplicated. Miss Price answered in a voice that made the panel think she was a man!! The panel figured out she was a singer fairly quickly. I loved Arlene's question after that. Arlene asked if Miss Price had ever sung on Basin Street?!?! That was a riot!! Miss Price seemed genuinely tickled at the thought!! Then Bennet asked the question if she was a man!! Miss Price's deep emphatic "No!!" was hilarious!! Phyllis seemed to be genuinely stunned that Miss Price was a girl!! Then Woody Allen asked the give away question, "Have you ever fiddled around with opera?" Once the answer "Yes" was given, Arlene knew exactly who it was!! The whole panel applauded her at that point - even John!! Miss Price definitely showed a sense of humor in this episode. This entire exchange between Miss Price and the panel was (pardon the pun) Price-less!!

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