What's My Line?

Season 14 Episode 36


Aired Daily 12:00 AM May 05, 1963 on CBS



  • Notes

    • REVIEW: This not only was a very good night for the panel, but it was a very fun one as well. The fun part of the night began during the introductions. Arlene had introduced the night's guest panelist, Buddy Hackett, when out walked Joey Bishop, who was scheduled to appear on the panel the very next week. Buddy then came out and mockingly scolded his pal. As for the games themselves, this was another great night. In the first game, Bennett correctly guessed that the young lady from Maryland was a dog catcher. In the second game, Arlene was given credit for guessing that the lady from Hollywood, Florida made bread. However, Arlene didn't specifically identify that it was diet bread that the contestant made. In the mystery guest round, the panel had a good laugh when Bob Hope and Lucille Ball came out and signed in as "Bob Ball" and "Lucy Hope." The panel had little trouble guessing who they were and their fate was sealed when Dolly Mae asked if one of them was "famous for having red hair" and if the other one was "famous for having a ski nose." The duo was on WML to promote their latest picture "Critics Choice." Bob also took time to promote his 1963 book "I Owe Russia $1200," which was published by Bennett's competition, Doubleday. They also talked about Bob's being awarded the USO's gold medal for all the work he did for that organization, especially during World War II. Unfortunately, the panel ran out of time in the final game so the Coney Island ride inspector won the full prize by default. Nevertheless, this was still a great performance by the panel. - Sargebri