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Searching for an episode or tape of the Queen For A Day tv show.
I\'m in search of an episode or tape of the Queen For A Day tv show featuring Jean Delores O\'Brien as queen for a day in Los Angeles, California. Sometime during 1960 through 1964 taped in Los Angeles, California. Could anyone contact me if they know how to get this?
my mom mary crumrine was a runner up on the show they asked her if she had won what was her said to have her husband home for christmas because he is a motor officer for glendale pd and was hurt i wanted to get her a copie of that christmas eve someone saw your show and had my dad come home in a private email is
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I am looking for a Queen for a Day winner. Her name was Beatrice and her story was about her mother taking off and leaving. I believe she was a winner. I do not know her last name and this is why I am asking anyone if they have any copies or if a Beatrice (possibly Davis, Curtis, Marshall, Madden) was mentioned. I am specifically looking for her last name. Please help.
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I am looking for episode of queen for a day from fen or march 1960. My mother was runner up I think. She was 9 months pregnant at the time and my dad was out to sea in the navy. I really want to surprise my mother for mothers day. I know only 7 episode s remain which scares me hope one is hers. Her name was Nancy Heizer.
Women came on the show, told their sad stories to the MC,and then were voted on by the studio audience. Their applause was measured by an "applause meter". After the queen was selected, she was crowned and robed before being presented with gifts.
I watched this show as a child during the summer at my grandparents' farm, and during the school year at the babysitter's after school each day. I guessed I watched it because the adults liked it, but I quickly became a fan too. It was exciting hearing the contestants' stories and then watching the applause meter before the winner was announced. Seems like most winners were awarded a Maytag washer...no matter the sad story, the prize almost always included a Maytag...wonder who sponsored the show. Although I don't want to see a modern show like this, I would like to see all the old reruns.moreless