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    Paradise Bay

    Paradise Bay

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    NBC (ended 1966)
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    On Parade

    On Parade

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    NBC (ended 1964)
    NBC summer concert series
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    Say When

    Say When

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    NBC (ended 1965)
    Debuting on Monday January 2, 1961... Say When! is a knockoff of The Price Is Right and the star of the show is Ex-Announcer of Concentration Art James. 2 contestants competed in this shopping game. First, a pre determined amount was set (two $750 games with the two winners going to the $2000 game) Each contestant took turns picking a category prize from 4 (IE; musical instruments, kitchen, car, boat). Prizes could be cheap or expensive. A contestant has to pick a number to replace the prize their opponent chooses and if he/she gets a Blank Check,the contestant has to choose the quantity from 1-100 of that prize,not choose another prize for that turn. If the player felt that the next prize would put him/her over the amount, they can call "Say When" @ that point & stop. If they go over the amount and the opponent wins. The opponent also wins if their leftover score is lower than the person who stopped. If a player reaches 0 total, the player wins a cash jackpot. 2 out of 3 determined the champ! Finally Say When cancelled on Friday March 26, 1965 on NBC-TV.moreless
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    Eye Guess

    Eye Guess

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    NBC (ended 1969)
    It marked Bob Stewart's first independent game show after studying under the Goodson-Todman school known as Password. Game Show. Answers to 8 numbers are revealed to 2 contestants for 8 seconds and then they try to complete phrases (Example: "When his secretary was late for the 3rd consecutive day, what did her boss do?"). The contestant then picks a number from the Eye Guess board to complete the phrase. Each correct answer was worth 10 points with a 20 point board later. A special answer, not made visible to the contestants, was under the Eye Guess rebus. Each incorrect answer resulted in the turn going over to their opponent. The object of the game was to get 100 points to win the game and get a chance at winning prizes from the Eye Guess board. If a contestant guessed all seven numbers without hitting the stop number, the contestant won a new car! Early in the run Eye Guess has Categories and its items and worth $25 for finding a item to a category and win a New Car. When a "STOP" Sign appears he or she lose everything and 1 other way to "QUIT" the game and keeps the money he or she collected. The theme song for Eye Guess was "Sugar Lips" by Al Hirt. BROADCAST HISTORY of Eye Guess: January 3-December 30, 1966 Monday-Friday at 10:00-10:25am on NBC-TV January 2, 1967-September 26, 1969 Monday-Friday at 12:30-12:55pm on NBC-TV.moreless
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    Sam Benedict

    Sam Benedict

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    NBC (ended 1963)
    Sam Benedict was a lawyer show starring Edmond O'Brein, based on the career of famous attorney Jake Ehrlich, who served as a technical consultant to the show.
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    Call My Bluff (US)

    Call My Bluff (US)

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    NBC (ended 1965)
    Two competing teams each composed of three members (two studio audience contestants and one celebrity captain) Object: to determine the correct definitions of obscure words. The host presents a card to each member of one team.One card has the correct meaning of the word to be guessed. Each player states a definition, but two are bluffing. The opposing team must determine which player is bluffing and the one with the correct definition.moreless
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    Snap Judgment

    Snap Judgment

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    NBC (ended 1969)
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    Bright Promise

    Bright Promise

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    NBC (ended 1972)
    Set in the fictional Midwestern town of Bancroft, some of the storylines centered around the town's college, where Thomas Boswell was the president. But the serial focused mostly on the Jones and Pierce families.moreless
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    Face to Face

    Face to Face

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    NBC (ended 1947)
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    One Happy Family

    One Happy Family

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    NBC (ended 1961)
    Newlyweds Dick and Penny Cooper live with her parents, the Hogans; and her grandparents, the Hacketts.
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    The Nanette Fabray Show

    The Nanette Fabray Show

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    NBC (ended 1961)
    The full title of this comedy was Westinghouse Playhouse starring Nanette Fabray and Wendell Corey. It was created by Nanette Fabray's husband, writer-director Ranald MacDougall and was based somewhat on her own life. The title was then shortened to The Nanette Fabray Show.moreless
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    Barbara Stanwyck Show

    Barbara Stanwyck Show

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    NBC (ended 1961)
    The Barbara Stanwyck Show was a dramatic anthology series with Miss Stanwyck as the Hostess/Star. Miss Stanwyck's show was an Edelman-Barwyck-Wright Production; Sponsored by "Your Gas Company" with Executive producer Louis F. Edelman and Producer William H. Wright the shows executives. The filmed teleplays were 30 minutes in length and four of them were pilots for possible series'. "The Seventh Miracle" with Lloyd Nolan; "Dear Charlie" with Milton Berle; "Call Me Annie" with Peggy Cass; and "Big Jake" with Andy Devine. Unfortunately none of them were picked up. Theme for The Barbara Stanwyck Show was written and performed by Earle H. Hagen. Miss Stanwyck's Gowns by Werlé. Barbara Stanwyck won the 1961 EMMY for Outstanding Dramatic Actress in a Television Series. A remarkable series with stellar performances and guest appearances. Another forgotten treasure of the past.moreless
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    Movin! With Nancy Sinatra

    Movin! With Nancy Sinatra

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    NBC (ended 1967)
    The daughter of Frank Sinatra starred in this TV special.
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    That Was the Week That Was (US)

    That Was the Week That Was (US)

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    NBC (ended 1965)
    an American version of the British show of the same name
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    Saints and Sinners (1962)

    Saints and Sinners (1962)

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    NBC (ended 1963)
    Beginning as a pilot that aired as a episode of The Dick Powell Show, Saints And Sinners starred Nick Adams in the role of Nick Alexander, a no-holds-barred investigative newspaper reporter for The New York Bulletin, digging out the truth about stories that come across his desk, no matter whether they are pretty or not.moreless
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    Gallegher Goes West

    Gallegher Goes West

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    NBC (ended 1968)
    originally part of "The Wonderful World of Disney"
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    The Hero

    The Hero

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    NBC (ended 1967)
    Sam Garret plays a TV hero named Jed Clayton; but offscreen, his antics are anything but heroic.
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    Acapulco

    Acapulco

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    NBC (ended 1961)
    Acapulco was a series that featured the exploits of Patrick Malone and Gregg Miles, two former Korean War Buddies turned thrill-seeking Acapulco beach combers and part-time body guards. In a very unusual move, the show was inexplicably reformatted in mid-season from the show Klondike using the same lead cast members. It would only continue for 8 more episodes.moreless
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    Moment of Truth (1965)

    Moment of Truth (1965)

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    NBC (ended 1965)
    The only daytime soap filmed in Canada, it starred American soap star Douglass Watson as Dr. Robert Wallace, a college professor who helped many of the show's characters. The show was cancelled after eleven months on air. The following Monday after its demise, "Days of Our Lives" premiered on NBC and is still on air today.moreless
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    The John Forsythe Show

    The John Forsythe Show

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    NBC (ended 1966)
    John Forsythe played Major John Foster, a retired Air Force sergeant. In its one season on the air, he went from running an all-girls school to becoming an undercover agent.
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