Saturday morning kids' game show. It involved three-part multiple choice questions. The kids would all run to a particular place on the set, depending on their choice of answers. They could fake each other off. The host would announce, "Last chance!" and they could change their answer, but if they were too slow, they were out. Host Paul Winchell sometimes had ventriloquistic interludes.
When you hear the "Click" Ya Gotta Stick!
Did You Know?
An NBC-TV Saturday morning Children's game show was an in-house NBC developed program. The network gave the NBC Burbank Staff Art Department, (Milt Altman - Dept. Mgr.; Art Directors: Ed Flesh, John Shrum, Hub Braden) the task of creating a game; providing a game board floor for the game to be played upon by children-contestants. Several game concepts were presented to the Network chiefs. Braden's game concept won the lottery. After the successful TV show was on air, the network sold the game board package marketed as a home-toy-play game. No residual nor profit from the TV show, nor from the home game sales, was shared with the NBC art department game designers. See more
Version of Runaround