What's My Line?

Season 7 Episode 7

EPISODE #280

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Aired Daily 12:00 AM Oct 16, 1955 on CBS
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EPISODE #280
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Game 1: Captain J. L. Goldberg (Joshua Goldberg) - "U.S. Navy Chaplain" (salaried; John said he was a naval champion too; Goldberg said that he represents the Layman's National Committee that sponsors Bible Week, which begins tomorrow; he spoke their motto - "Make the bible known. Make it your own."; from New York, NY)

Game 2: Alfred Maschino - "Plays Rear End of Horse (in Vaudeville)" (self-employed; from Sarasota, Florida)

Game 3: Jimmy Dorsey (2/29/1904 - 6/12/1957) & Tommy Dorsey (11/19/1905 - 11/26/1956) (as Mystery Guest Duo) The overlay screen read "The Dorsey Brothers"

Game 4: Ludwig Maschino - "Plays Front End of Horse (in Vaudeville)" (this game was intentionally truncated by John Daly in the first few seconds; the guest did not sign in and no occupation overlay screen was shown; John walked over to the board and stated that he was introducing Mr. Maschino, "the other part of the horse"; John did not state the relation between the two men, who may have been brothers or possibly cousins; while back sitting at his desk, John stated the guest's full name, and amidst the laughter of the audience, it sounded like Ludwig Maschino) . .moreless

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John Daly

John Daly

Moderator (1950-1967)

Arlene Francis

Arlene Francis

Regular Panelist (1950-1967)

Bennett Cerf

Bennett Cerf

Regular Panelist (1951-1967)

Dorothy Kilgallen

Dorothy Kilgallen

Regular Panelist (1950-1965)

Fred Allen

Fred Allen

Regular Panelist (1955-1956)

Jimmy Dorsey

Jimmy Dorsey

Mystery Guest Duo

Guest Star

Tommy Dorsey

Tommy Dorsey

Mystery Guest Duo

Guest Star

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