$10,000 Pyramid

CBS (ended 1976)



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  • Bob Stewart's New Word-Association Big Money Game Show Series since the Quiz Shows Scandals of the 1950s.

    Bob Stewart has been created "THE PRICE IS RIGHT", "TO TELL THE TRUTH" & "PASSWORD" for Mark Goodson-Bill Todman that've been financed all 3 of them since 1956 and now this (that) year(in 1973) created the non-Goodson-Todman Game Show with the structure of the Pyramid with the "$10,000" Sign on top. For anyone to go to the top of the Pyramid will win big money. Enter Dick Clark whom once host of abc-TV's "AMERICAN BANDSTAND" and now he hosted his 2nd Game Show of his career since "Missing Links," Dick's Previous Game Show also created by Goodson-Todman in 1963. On "THE $10,000 PYRAMID," There's 6 categories are into a form of the Pyramid in contrast of the show's title. Whereas A Star & A Contestant will go naming the words & phrases in 30 seconds to score points and the team scores the highest wins and a make valuable decision either Getting the Clues or Receiving the Clues to the 6 subjects in 60 seconds the contestant will $10,000 and leave the game undefeated or otherwise the contestant will collect some little cash off the Pyramid and became the champion. June Lockhart (Late of "LASSIE," "LOST IN SPACE" & "PETTICOAT JUNCTION") & Rob Reiner ("ALL IN THE FAMILY") are this weekday's Guest Stars. The 1st Contestant wins $10,000 for saying the last clue is "Doughnuts" and the subject is "THINGS WITH A HOLE." Although the Big Money Game Show has debuted since the last Game Show was Canceled called "THE BIG PAYOFF" and there's nothing to do with this show.
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