What's My Line?

Season 6 Episode 5


Aired Daily 12:00 AM Oct 03, 1954 on CBS



  • Notes

    • REVIEW: After a slow beginning, the panel had a pretty decent showing this particular evening. It also was a preview of things to come as the panel walk-bys were skipped tonight. However, they won't be eliminated until early 1956. As for the games themselves, Dorothy came close in the free guesses of Ed Montague. She said that he was a baseball umpire, but he actually was a scout for the New York Giants, who had just won the 1954 World Series, sweeping the Cleveland Indians 4 games to 0. The panel did bounce back rather nicely when Bennett correctly guessed that the second contestant was a female bronco buster. Of course, Arlene blew the doors wide open when she figured that the guest had something to do with horses. Unfortunately, she got a "no" due to a technicality. Bennett also correctly guessed that the mystery guest was screen idol Jeff Chandler, who showed his funny side by using several funny voices to try to throw the panel. - Sargebri (2005)

      GO WEST, YOUNG MAN: It was interesting that Ed Montague said he was from San Francisco, but was a scout for the New York Giants. Three years after his appearance on the show, the Giants would leave New York and move to Montague's hometown. Of course, at the same time that the Giants were making their move, the Dodgers decided to leave Brooklyn and move to Los Angeles. This not only helped to expand baseball's popularity to the west, but within a few years, other teams would either move there (The A's from Kansas City to Oakland) or new teams would go into business (the San Diego Padres and Seattle Pilots (later Milwaukee Brewers) in 1969 and the Seattle Mariners in 1976. - Sargebri (2005)

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