What's My Line?

Season 18 Episode 28

EPISODE #853

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Aired Daily 12:00 AM Mar 12, 1967 on CBS
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EPISODE #853
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Game 1: Peter Gabel (b. 1/28/1947) & Jonathan Cerf (b. 4/3/1946) - "Editors of the Harvard Lampoon" (as Mystery Guest Duo and the panel was blindfolded; their names were pre-signed on the sign-in board and they placed check marks next to their names; Peter Gabel is the son of Arlene Francis and Martin Gabel; Jonathan Cerf is the son of Bennett Cerf and Phyllis Cerf; Jonathan is the President of the Harvard Lampoon Magazine; Peter holds the position of Ibis, which is the Lampoon's equivalent position to Vice-President; The Harvard Lampoon is America's oldest humor magazine, founded in 1876; both young men are juniors at Harvard University, majoring in English; they are also members in a band called the Central Park Zoo; they stumped the panel and their proud parents)

Game 2: Mrs. Pamela Kemp - "Gets Sawed in Half (Magician's Assistant)" (salaried; originally from England, now from CA; she works with her husband, magician Raymond Kemp, and they are travelling performers; her magic trick involves laying between 2 sawhorses, not in the traditional box; she has appeared on CBS News recently in a spot covering their magic act)

Game 3: Robert Morse (b. 5/18/1931) (as Mystery Guest #2)
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John Daly

John Daly

Moderator (1950-1967)

Arlene Francis

Arlene Francis

Regular Panelist (1950-1967)

Bennett Cerf

Bennett Cerf

Regular Panelist (1951-1967)

Peter Gabel

Peter Gabel

Mystery Guest Duo

Guest Star

Jonathan Cerf

Jonathan Cerf

Mystery Guest Duo

Guest Star

Robert Morse

Robert Morse

Mystery Guest #2

Guest Star

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