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Two for the Money

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NBC (ended 1957)

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Two for the Money

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Two unrelated contestants, a man and a woman, were required to answer a series of questions that had multiple answers. One contestant took a turn, and then the other took a turn. An example of one question was "Name a president who did not have facial hair." The man and woman alternated giving answers, and over the course of fifteen seconds, they supplied as many answers as time would allow. The total they earned became the base total for the next question.

Dennis James

Dennis James

On-Camera Announcer (1952-1956)

Ed McMahon

Ed McMahon

On-Camera Announcer (1957)

Herb Shriner

Herb Shriner

Host (1952-1956)

Walter Cronkite

Walter Cronkite

Quiz Authority (1955-1956)

Kenny Williams (II)

Kenny Williams (II)

Announcer

Ralph Paul

Ralph Paul

Announcer

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  • Under-rated, under-appreciated, and under-developed!

    9.5
    Seeing this rarely aired show recently resurrected on GSN, I'm AMAZED that in the past 50+ years no one's seen fit to remake this puppy! This is probably the most original, HILARIOUS, game show I've seen in quite some time.



    "Two For The Money" had the potential to become a "To Tell The Truth" or "What's My Line?", or (dare I say it?) a "Pyramid" or "Match Game" even.



    Dollar values increase based on contestants' performance, potential for comedy value alone is completely off the scale, an extremely unique program in search only of a worthy end game.



    Whomever allowed this show to be locked away in a vault and all-but-forgotten made a huge mistake. Amazing.moreless

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