What's My Line?

Season 16 Episode 47


Aired Daily 12:00 AM Jul 25, 1965 on CBS



  • Notes

    • REVIEW: This was a great night for the panel. In fact, they probably would have gotten a perfecto if the time hadn't run out in the final game. In the first game, the panel had to blindfold themselves because the first two guests were no strangers to the panel; Carol Channing and Bennett's kissing cousin-in-law, Ginger Rogers. However, the panel correctly identified them with very little trouble. The reason the two of them were on was twofold. Carol was on to promote her upcoming national tour of "Hello, Dolly!" as well as the play's upcoming engagement in Britain. Ginger was on to promote the fact that she would be taking over the role on August 7, 1965. In the second game, Arlene correctly guessed that the contestant had something to do with saunas. However, it was Bennett who correctly guessed that the young man sold them. In the second mystery guest round of the night, guest panelist Mike Douglas correctly identified Lucille Ball. Lucy was in town to appear on Steve Lawrence's variety show and she discussed the time change for her then current sitcom, "The Lucy Show." In the final game of the night, the panel ran out of time as they were questioning the fudge maker and as a result, he won the full prize by default. No matter what, this still was a very successful evening. - Sargebri (2007)

      MIKE DOUGLAS: Appearing tonight on the panel was Mike Douglas, whose syndicated daytime talk show was just beginning its long run. In fact, Arlene had just finished a week of co-hosting with Mike on his show. However, as was mentioned on an earlier post, two of the most famous guest co-hosts were John Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono. Also, in 1973, a strange young band from New York made their television debut on the show. That band was none other than Kiss, who would go on to become one of the biggest selling bands of the 1970's. - Sargebri (2007)

      KILGALLEN WATCH!!! Dorothy definitely sounded as if she had had a little nip before the show began. Not only was her voice a little slurry, Dolly Mae also tended to ramble a bit this evening. Of course, in about three more months, she would be gone as a result of her demons. - Sargebri (2007)

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