The Hollywood Squares (1966)

Season 1 Episode 0

Pilot 1 (April 21, 1965)

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Pilot 1 (April 21, 1965)
This is Pilot 1 of "THE HOLLYWOOD SQUARES (1966)" is filmed on April 21, 1965 for CBS-TV and turned down, abc-TV also Turned Down & Finally NBC-TV passed & Repitched NBC-TV to join NBC Daytime Lineup. The Host is "The Master of 'THE HOLLYWOOD SQUARES (1966)'" Bert Parks & All The 9 Stars in the Roster are Robert Q. Lewis, Gisele MacKenzie, Charley Weaver, Abby Dalton, Wally Cox, Rose Marie, Morey Amsterdam, Vera Miles & Jim Backus.moreless

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    John Davidson

    John Davidson

    Semi-Regular (1974)

    George Gobel

    George Gobel

    Himself (1972 & 1974-1982)

    Paul Lynde

    Paul Lynde

    Panelist

    Peter Marshall

    Peter Marshall

    Host (1966-81)

    Joan Rivers

    Joan Rivers

    Semi-Regular (1976)

    Vincent Price

    Vincent Price

    Semi-Regular (1970-1976)

    Jim Backus

    Jim Backus

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    Guest Star

    Robert Q. Lewis

    Robert Q. Lewis

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    Guest Star

    Gisele MacKenzie

    Gisele MacKenzie

    Herself

    Guest Star

    Rose Marie

    Rose Marie

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    Recurring Role

    Morey Amsterdam

    Morey Amsterdam

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    Abby Dalton

    Abby Dalton

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      • The 1st Game is Worth $250 & The 2nd Game of the Match is totaled $500 and became the champion and faced the challenger either for "Miss Circle (O)" or "Mister X (X)" to became one(1) & takes 8 Games (4 Matches) to win $2000 & The Brand New Automobile. The Secret Square is Worth $1000 in cash & prizes.

      • This is the Black & White Pilot that filmed at CBS Television City in Hollywood, CA in 1965. The Master of "THE HOLLYWOOD SQUARES" is Bert Parks and the Announcer is Kenny Williams to build a true Daytime Television Classic.

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