Video Village

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CBS (ended 1962)

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Video Village

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Jump into a living board game with Video Village! With the Mayor Jack Norz, later replaced by Monty Hall, this show asks for two contestants to play the role of tokens on a human-size game board. Follow them along the three streets: Money Street, Bridge Street and Magic Mile. This show ran until June 15, 1962.
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  • This game show was in prime time for a while. It was a giant board game with the contestants having help from a friend to role the die. It was on daytime for two years and the orginal host Jack Narz was replaced by Monty Hall.moreless

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    This daytime and summer prime time show had a giant gameboard set. I remember watching it when I was a child. It was on summer prime time in 1960 and a daytime show for two years. The orginal host Jack Narz was replaced by Monty Hall on daytime in the fall. There was Kenny Williams as announcer and a female assitant. Contestants had a helper do the die in a giant cage. Contestants answered questions and performed stunts to win the game. It was produced by Heater and Quigley. It had a short lived spinoff childs game Video Village Jr.moreless

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