What's My Line?

Season 16 Episode 29


Aired Daily 12:00 AM Mar 21, 1965 on CBS



  • Notes

    • ARLENE MEETS HARVEY PHILLIPS: On a future syndicated episode of What's My Line? taped on August 9, 1973, Arlene's former trombone lessons are mentioned. Appearing on the syndicated show that day in the first game was a tuba instructor named Harvey Phillips (Harvey G. Phillips) from Bloomington, Indiana. At the time, he was a music professor at Indiana University. In addition, he had also made several recordings. Host Larry Blyden said Phillips had been called "The most famous living tubist in the world" and showed his most recent LP titled "Harvey Phillips plays Alec Wilder's Tribute to the Phillips Family." He said that the renowned Phillips played both classical and jazz tuba. After his round, Arlene was brought up on stage and was required to make some musical sounds come out of the tuba! She made a valient try! Arlene again used the term "embouchure" when she was first told she would be playing the tuba. GSN aired this rare syndicated episode on February 12, 2005 as part of their tribute to the actor Ossie Davis, who had recently passed away. In addition to the moderator Blyden, the panel consisted of Soupy Sales, Ruta Lee, Leonard Harris and Arlene Francis. - Suzanne Astorino (2005)

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