What's My Line?

Season 7 Episode 50

EPISODE #323

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Aired Daily 12:00 AM Aug 12, 1956 on CBS
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EPISODE #323
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Game 1: CBS Newscasters - Charles Collingwood, Walter Cronkite, Douglas Edwards, Eric Sevareid and Robert Trout - "CBS Convention News Correspondents" (as Mystery Guest CBS News Team; the panel was blindfolded but the regular questioning format was used; salaried; Cronkite sat by John and the remaining four men stood behind the desk; John explained that they are all old colleagues of his from his CBS days, but now jokingly called them his enemies because he reports for ABC News)

Charles Collingwood (6/4/1917 - 10/3/1985)
Walter Cronkite (11/4/1916 - 7/17/2009)
Douglas Edwards (7/14/1917 - 10/13/1990)
Eric Sevareid (11/26/1912 - 7/9/1992)
Robert Trout (10/15/1909 - 11/14/2000)

Game 2: Merrill L. Connally (4/9/1921 - 9/4/2001) - "Peanut Farmer" (self-employed; he is also a county judge and a delegate to the convention; tall; more notes below; from Floresville, TX)

Game 3: Perle Mesta (10/12/1882 - 3/16/1975) (as Mystery Guest #2)

Game 4: Victor Milazzo - "Makes Political Campaign Buttons" (self-employed; John holds up a button Milazzo made that says 'Relax'; from Chicago, IL)
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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)

Charles Collingwood (II)

Charles Collingwood (II)

Mystery Guest Team

Guest Star

Walter Cronkite

Walter Cronkite

Mystery Guest Team

Guest Star

Douglas Edwards

Douglas Edwards

Mystery Guest Team

Guest Star

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