What's My Line?

Season 17 Episode 33


Aired Daily 12:00 AM Apr 17, 1966 on CBS



  • Notes

    • Peggy Cass was no stranger to panel shows. At this time, she was also a regular panelist on Goodson-Todman's other game show, "To Tell the Truth," where she questioned contestants from 1964 until its cancellation in 1968. In fact, during the questioning of the second contestant, she acted as if she forgot what show she was on, and began a question with "Number 1." This was a so-so night for the panel. They were stumped by the first contestant because they made the unfortunate mistake on concentrating on farm animals, rather than thinking about pets in general. They were also stumped by the second contestant, but Bennett was able to figure out that he did have something to do with drums. Luckily, guest panelist Digby Wolfe was able to identify the mystery guest Arthur Godfrey. After the mystery guest round, John and Arthur started reminiscing about their days in radio. Godfrey admitted that he hadn't seen the film, "The Glass Bottom Boat," which he starred in with Doris Day. He also admitted that he refused to look at the dailies. His appearance helped make this a pretty good show. Also, tonight marked the debut of a new hairstyle for Arlene, which gave her a more chic look than what everyone had been accustomed to. - Sargebri (2004)