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Who Do You Trust? 

Do You Trust Your Wife (original title)
Married pairs of contestants were asked to answer questions, the husband deciding whether he or she would answer. The original emcee Edgar Bergen was later replaced by Johnny Carson.
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1957   1956  

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Complete series cast summary:
Edgar Bergen ...  Self - Host 4 episodes, 1956-1957
Molly Ann Bourne Molly Ann Bourne ...  Self - Host / ... 2 episodes, 1956
Charlie McCarthy ...  Self - dummy 2 episodes, 1956
Edwin Reimers Edwin Reimers ...  Self - Announcer 2 episodes, 1956
Mortimer Snerd ...  Self - dummy 2 episodes, 1956
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Married pairs of contestants were asked to answer questions, the husband deciding whether he or she would answer. The original emcee Edgar Bergen was later replaced by Johnny Carson.

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[Firefighter describes a fire at a brassiere factory]
Firefighter (guest contestant): And you know what the smell was, Johnny? Burnt rubber.
Johnny Carson - Host: Sort of a falsie alarm?
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Childhood Memory
10 April 2014 | by BanteronSee all my reviews

The Hula Hoop was very popular at this time and my father worked in New York. I don't know how our family got on the show, but I got to demonstrate my hula hoop abilities. I was seven years old, and it was nearing Christmas because I can recall the theater being very cold. After showing how well I hula-hooped, Johnny Carson quizzed me on some popular Holiday songs. I think I named three that the band played ( Jingle Bells, Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer and Here comes Santa Claus ). I won ten silver dollars which I was made to give one to a few of my sisters (mainly because they didn't get to be on stage like me ) after the show. I ended up keeping the lion's share.My mom and dad went on to unscramble letters making two words on a large board kept behind a curtain. The answer turned out to be "Adalai Stevenson" which won some fair amount of money for our family. The show appeared to be live, but I'm now certain was edited. It took two days to complete because my parents came back to the studio to participate in the final 'quiz' the next day. That was fortunate for them because I found out later that they had "peeked' at the jumbled quiz board and figured out the scrambled words before they returned to the studio. I think that Johnny even invited my folks out for dinner afterward, but they were too nervous and politely refused.


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Release Date:

3 January 1956 (USA) See more »

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