What's My Line?

Season 13 Episode 36

EPISODE #612

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Aired Daily 12:00 AM May 06, 1962 on CBS
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EPISODE #612
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Game 1: Mrs. Ann Schuling - "Makes Racing Silks For Jockeys" (self-employed; she has been in this occupation for 27 years; from West Hollywood, Florida)

Game 2: Mrs. June Poplar - "Sells Life Insurance on Chickens" (salaried; she is employed by the Hoffman Singleton Insurance Company and insures chickens and turkeys against death from windstorm and hail damage; from Kansas City, MO; June is also the National Women's Scuba Diving Champion. In 1961, the two-woman team of Mary Edith "Mel" Lillis and June Poplar won the first International SCUBA Triathlon competitions in New Orleans.)

Game 3: Abe Burrows (12/18/1910 - 5/17/1985) (as Mystery Guest) (He held up "yes" and "no" signs to avoid voice recognition.)

Game 4: Franz Furtner (10/10/1907 - 8/22/1994) - "Balances on One Finger in Circus, the Famous 'UNUS'" (salaried; originally from Vienna, Austria, now from Sarasota, FL, he works for the Barnum & Bailey Circus; Unus is the Latin word for "one"; On the net, I found this 1953 quote from Ernest Hemingway, printed in a circus magazine: "In your dreams you watch Unus standing on one finger and you think: Look at such a fine, intelligent and excellent man making his living standing on one finger when most of us can't even stand on our feet.")
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John Daly

John Daly

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Arlene Francis

Arlene Francis

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Bennett Cerf

Bennett Cerf

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Dorothy Kilgallen

Dorothy Kilgallen

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