What's My Line?

Season 16 Episode 31


Aired Daily 12:00 AM Apr 04, 1965 on CBS



  • Notes

    • Johnny Olson was absolutely brilliant. The different voices he used really fooled the panel and tripped them up royally. Of course at the time, Olson served as announcer on several Goodson-Todman shows including "To Tell the Truth," "I've Got a Secret" and the original 1962 version of "The Match Game." In the 1970s and 1980s he would continue announcing for the new version of "Match Game" as well as his most famous job as announcer for "The Price is Right," where he would be responsible for coining one of the most famous three word catch phrases in television history in "COME ON DOWN." Sheila MacRae was preparing to appear in an upcoming Broadway revival performance of "Guys and Dolls." A year after this broadcast, she joins the cast of "The Jackie Gleason Show" and would stay with the show until it was cancelled in 1970. Sheila's daughter Meredith would join the cast of "Petticoat Junction" in 1966, playing "Billie Jo Bradley" and she would also become a frequent panelist on the syndicated version of WML. - Sargebri (2004)