What's My Line?

Season 18 Episode 53

EPISODE #876

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Aired Daily 12:00 AM Sep 03, 1967 on CBS

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    • LIFE AROUND "LINE" - As Mark Goodson mentioned, during the time the show was on the air, a lot of important, fun and sad events occurred. Here is a small sample. - Sargebri (2004)

      • The United States' involvement in the Korean war (1950)
      • Elizabeth Taylor's first of eight marriages (1950)
      • Mickey Mantle's first home run (1951)
      • The birth of rock and roll (1954)
      • Jonas Salk creates the polio vaccine (1955)
      • Future computer guru Bill Gates is born (1955)
      • The Suez Crisis (1956)
      • The Soviet Invasion of Hungary (1956)
      • The arrival of Elvis Presley (1956)
      • The birth of the American Football League (1960)
      • Man conquers outer space (1961)
      • The Boston Strangler begins his reign of terror (1962)
      • The Cuban Missile Crisis (1962)
      • The assassination of President Kennedy (1963)
      • The March on Washington featuring Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech (1963)
      • The emergence of the Beatles (1964)
      • The United States' involvement in the Vietnam war (1964)
      • The Watts Riots in Los Angeles, CA (1965)
      • The Monterey Pop festival (1967)
      • The release of "Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (1967)

      Mark also mentioned that the popular London fashion model Twiggy was only six months old at the time of the show's February 2, 1950 debut. Here are the ages of some other famous individuals at the time of WML's debut.

      • John Belushi (1 year old)
      • John Ritter (1 year old)
      • George W. Bush (3 years old)
      • Bill Clinton (3 years old)
      • Mia Farrow (4 years old)
      • Diana Ross (5 years old)
      • Mick Jagger (6 years old)
      • Barbara Streisand (7 years old)
      • Paul McCartney (7 years old)
      • Janis Joplin (7 years old)
      • John Lennon (9 years old)

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