What's My Line?

Season 18 Episode 23


Aired Daily 12:00 AM Feb 05, 1967 on CBS



  • Notes

    • The panel had a pretty rough night of it as they failed to get either of the regular contestants this particular night. Phyllis got the closest when she said that Chris Noel played records. Unfortunately, she made the mistake of saying she played them in a discotheque rather than on the radio. Arlene managed to guess that the second contestant had something to do with flagpoles, but John had already flipped the last card. Tony was his usual funny self as he answered the panel in a very effeminate voice. It was highly unusual to see him as a mystery guest, rather than his usual spot on the panel. He was on the show to promote his album of music from the 30s. In fact, his love of music from this era would be written into his future series, "The Odd Couple," as "Felix" and "Murray the cop" would form a band that specialized in playing music of the 1930s. Miss Noel was on the show after returning from a recent trip to Vietnam. This trip would have lingering effects on her, as she would later suffer from migraines and other effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Also of note about Chris was the fact that the Viet Cong deemed her so popular and so vital to the morale of the U.S. soldiers that a $10,000 bounty was placed on her head. Also, while she was working as a disc jockey, she did find time to work on an acting career. In fact, in 1989, she played herself in the Vietnam War drama "China Beach." Currently, she runs a shelter in Florida for homeless Vietnam veterans. - Sargebri (2004)

      In several weeks, Chris Noel will appear on the daytime version of "Password" during a special 1967 "Armed Forces Week" presentation of that show. The special military tribute week was aired from March 27, 1967 to March 31, 1967. Chris Noel's opposing celebrity guest is Roger Smith, who is the husband of actress Ann-Margret. All of the regular contestants are in the military. - Kirk Morgan (2004)

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