What's My Line? - Season 14

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  • EPISODE #629
    EPISODE #629
    Episode 1
    Game 1: Willie Mosconi (6/27/1913 - 9/12/1993)(as Mystery Guest #1, he signed in as "Mr. X" to avoid name recognition and the panel was not blindfolded) - "World Pocket-Billiard Champion" (salaried; he works for Brunswick Corporation; he has held his champion title for 15 out of the past 20 years; from New Jersey)

    Game 2: Miss Ursel Weiler - "Makes Handcuffs" (salaried; she works for the Universal Tool Company in Springfield, Massachusetts; Bennett guessed her line all by himself; originally from Berlin, Germany; currently from Springfield, MA)

    Game 3: Jack E. Leonard (4/24/1910 - 5/9/1973) (as Mystery Guest #2)

    Game 4: Robert De Vré (Robert De Vre) - "Piano Tuner" (salaried; originally from Holland; currently from New Jersey)
  • EPISODE #630
    EPISODE #630
    Episode 2
    Game 1: Philip L. Rhodes (1/15/1895 - 8/28/1974) (he signed in as "P.L. Rhodes") - "Yacht Designer (Designed America's Cup Defender 'Weatherly')" (self-employed; John mentioned that the America's Cup races will begin next Saturday; from Pelham Manor, New York)

     There are many references on the web to Phil Rhodes and his boat designs, for example:


    Game 2: Miss Joanna Lee (4/7/1931 - 10/24/2003) - "TV Comedy Writer" (self-employed; John stated that she has written for shows such as "Pete and Gladys," "Our Man Higgins," "The Flintstones," and "The Jetsons"; she stated that she is beginning work on a new pilot for Cy Howard at Desilu Studios; from Beverly Hills, California)

    Game 3: Dick Powell (11/14/1904 - 1/2/1963) (as Mystery Guest)
  • EPISODE #631
    EPISODE #631
    Episode 3

    Game 1: Darryl F. Zanuck (9/5/1902 - 12/22/1979) (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel was blindfolded, but the normal questioning format was used) - "President of 20th Century-Fox" (salaried; Zanuck answered the panel in French; from Hollywood, CA)

     Game 2: Mrs. Karen Kilgore - "Professional Jockey" (self-employed; John Daly didn't announce her age, but Gil Fates' logs list her as age 19; she has been riding horses since age 8 and said that she currently weighs 100 pounds; from Laramie, Wyoming)

    Game 3: Miss Jacquelyn Mayer (b. 8/20/1942) (as Mystery Guest #2) - "Miss America 1963" (Jackie Mayer, as John called her, wore a long gown, long gloves and her crown; during her senior year in high school, she was an exchange student in Austria; she is currently a college student at Northwestern University but is taking a year off for her Miss America reign; from Sandusky, Ohio)

  • EPISODE #632
    EPISODE #632
    Episode 5

    Game 1: William Schuman (8/4/1910 - 2/15/1992) (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel was blindfolded, but the normal questioning format was used) - "Composer and President, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (N.Y.C.)" (salaried; Schuman showed off his sense of humor; John announced that Schuman's new Symphony No. 8 was going to be performed Thursday at New York's new philharmonic hall, known as Avery Fisher Hall; more notes below; from New York)

    Game 2: Miss Anita McMillan - "Wine Steward" (salaried; she has been employed for 18 months as a sommelier at the "Club Alabam" in Chicago, Illinois; she was taught on the job by her predecessor; from Chicago, IL)

    Game 3: Gordon MacRae (3/12/1921 - 1/24/1986) & Sheila MacRae (9/24/1920 - 3/6/2014) (as Mystery Guest Duo)

    Game 4: Michael Kilkenny (aka Mike Kilkenny) - "Sells Hot Dogs at Yankee Stadium" (salaried; teenager; he is also a high school student; from New York, NY; see notes below)

  • EPISODE #633
    EPISODE #633
    Episode 6
    Game 1: Russ Hodges (6/18/1910 - 4/19/1971) - "Baseball Announcer (Currently Announcing World Series)" (as Mystery Guest #1 but the panel was not blindfolded; he signed in as "Mister X" and the normal questioning format was used; salaried; see notes below)

    Game 2: Mrs. Betty Landes - "Tests Razor Blades" (salaried; she microscopically tests razor blades for the American Safety Razor Company in Stanton, NJ; from Greenville, VA)

    As of 2006, American Safety Razor Company is still in business. They have manufactured razor blades since 1875. In addition to a full line of shaving products, ASR produces a wide variety of industrial blades. They have a web page:


    Game 3: Melina Mercouri (10/18/1920 - 3/6/1994) (as Mystery Guest #2) Melina signed in using the Greek alphabet; see notes below.

  • EPISODE #634
    EPISODE #634
    Episode 7
    Game 1: Mrs. Ann Elliott - "Race Track Announcer" (salaried; she works at the Jefferson Downs Racetrack; from New Orleans, Louisiana)

    Game 2: Henry Makow (b. 11/12/1949) - "Writes Advice to Parents Column" (salaried; age 12; his column "Ask Henry" appears in 35 newspapers throughout Canada and the United States; he has also written a book by the same name as his column; from Ottawa, Canada)

    Game 3: Joan Crawford (3/23/1905 - 5/10/1977) (as Mystery Guest)
  • EPISODE #635
    EPISODE #635
    Episode 8

    Game 1: Fergus Montgomery (b. 11/25/1927) - "Member of British Parliament" (salaried; he is a Conservative Party member of the House of Commons; from Newcastle, England)

    Game 2: Miss Alexandra Lindley - "Groom (Takes Care of Horses)" (salaried; she breaks, trains and grooms horses for the European Champion horse named Mr. Softy, who will be competing in 4 shows in North America; she has been employed in this field for 4 years; from Cardiff, Wales, Great Britain)

    Game 3: Robert Ryan (11/11/1909 - 7/11/1973) & Nanette Fabray (10/27/1920 - 2/22/2018) (as Mystery Guests) - "Co-Stars of Mr. President" (Irving Berlin's new musical comedy play based upon the book by Howard Lindsay & Russel Crouse)

    Game 4: Emanuel Ress - "Makes Political Campaign Buttons" (self-employed; he owns and operates the Emress Specialty Co.; John mentioned that Mr. Ress was also a guest on WML EPISODE #104 on May 25, 1952; for tonight's visit, he had made four square buttons featuring 1952 photos of John, Bennett, Arlene and Dorothy and gave them to John and the panel; he apologized for not having one for Mr. Belafonte, but stated that Mr. Belafonte was not present on the panel in 1952; from the Rego Park section of Queens, New York, which he said was "still nice" but used to be known as the Garden Spot of the World until all the dwellings and apartment houses were built) . .

  • EPISODE #636
    EPISODE #636
    Episode 9

    Game 1: Miss Carol Rathke - "U.S. Mailman" (salaried; she was originally from Michigan where she was elected "Miss Dairy Princess"; currently from Santa Ana, CA)

    Game 2: Mrs. Jean Ingersoll - "Raises Turkeys" (self-employed; she owns and operates the Ingersoll Turkey Farm where she raises 15,000 to 20,000 turkeys per year; from Michigan Valley, Kansas)

    Game 3: Tony Martin (12/25/1913 - 7/27/2012) (as Mystery Guest) Tony Martin's show opens tomorrow at the new Americana Hotel in New York City.

    Game 4: Miss Valerie Pitts (b. 8/21/1937) - "Television Announcer (For British Broadcasting Corp.)" (salaried; she works for the BBC; she graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts 5 years ago and Peter Ustinov presented her diploma to her, although he did not recognize her; originally from Yorkshire, now from London, England)

  • EPISODE #637
    EPISODE #637
    Episode 10
    Game 1: Dudley Moore, Peter Cook, Jonathan Miller, Alan Bennett - (as Mystery Guest Quartet and the panel is blindfolded but the regular questioning format is used) - "Entire Cast of Broadway Show 'Beyond The Fringe'" (salaried; Arlene Francis is the first questioner and she nails their identities in five questions!)

    Dudley Moore (4/19/1935 - 3/27/2002)
    Peter Cook (11/17/1937 - 1/9/1995)
    Jonathan Miller (b. 7/21/1934)
    Alan Bennett (b. 5/9/1934)

    Game 2: Mrs. Corinne Williams - "Professional Bronco Buster & Steer Wrestler" (self-employed; after she signs in, she tells John that she is a widow and he expresses his sympathies; she is the only professional woman steer wrestler in the world, she is a member of the "Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association"; after her game, John turned over all the cards for her; from Fort Worth, TX; see biographical notes below)

    Game 3: Robert Goulet (11/26/1933 - 10/30/2007) (as Mystery Guest #2)

    Game 4: Jack Luzzatto - "Constructs Crossword Puzzles" (salaried; he supplies puzzles to the Herald Tribune, the New York Sunday Times, the weekday New York Times and other newspaper publications; time ran out and John turned over all the cards; from the Bronx, NY)
  • EPISODE #638
    EPISODE #638
    Episode 11
    Game 1: Miss Mimmi Paulsen - "Radio Operator On Ship" (salaried; she is a licensed radio operator and works on a cargo ship; from Haugesund, Norway)

    Game 2: Mr. Dell Winders - "Porpoise Trainer" (salaried; very tall; he trains 7 porpoises that perform a "porpoise show" at the new Aquarama Aquarium at 3300 South Broad Street in Philadelphia, PA; the full name of the marine aquarium is Aquarama: Theater of the Sea; Bennett asked if Dell had heard about the white porpoise at the Miami Sea Aquarium; from Philadelphia, PA)

    Game 3: Bette Davis (4/5/1908 - 10/6/1989) (as Mystery Guest) . .moreless
  • EPISODE #639
    EPISODE #639
    Episode 12
    Game 1: Joseph L. Mankiewicz (2/11/1909 - 2/5/1993) - "Film Writer & Director, Cleopatra" (as Mystery Guest #1, and the panel was blindfolded, but the normal questioning format was used; self-employed; John mentioned the guest's four Academy Awards, two for writing and two for directing)

    Game 2: Alex Scott - "Bagpiper Corporal In Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Regiment" (salaried; he sported a huge black handlebar mustache; the bagpipe regiment is on tour, currently giving performances in Cleveland, Ohio, next appearing in Canada and finally to appear at Madison Square Garden in NYC on December 3, 1962; from Glasgow, Scotland)

    Game 3: Jane Russell (6/21/1921 - 2/28/2011) (as Mystery Guest #2) Jane promoted her appearance at The Westchester Playhouse in Yonkers, NY, in the play, "The Bells Are Ringing."

    Game 4: Carl Quaranta - "Candy Tester" (salaried; he works for Barricini Chocolates Candy Company, tasting their chocolate and confections; from East Meadow, Long Island, New York)
  • EPISODE #640
    EPISODE #640
    Episode 13
    Game 1: Clyde Beatty (6/10/1903 - 7/19/1965) (as Mystery Guest #1, he signed in as "Mr. X" but the panel was not blindfolded, and the normal questioning format was used) - "Lion & Tiger Tamer" (self-employed; his surname is pronounced with a long "a" sound, not a long "e" sound; he is associated with the Cole Brothers Circus, and will be appearing at The Coliseum in NYC at Christmastime; he said that he began his career at age 16 in 1922; currently from Ventura, CA)

    Visit the Cole Bros Circus web site

    Game 2: Mrs. Donna Fultz - "Private Detective" (salaried; she works for the Bays Detective Agency, from Tulsa, OK)

    Game 3: Charles Boyer (8/28/1899 - 8/26/1978) (as Mystery Guest #2)

    Game 4: P. T. Winter (Paul Winter) (b. 8/31/1939) - "Leader of Jazz Group (Just Played at White House)" (self-employed; his band is referred to as both "The Paul Winter Jazz Sextet" and "The Paul Winter Sextet"; his hip style of men's suit allowed Martin Gabel to immediately identify his line, and then Dorothy supplied Paul's name; his style of dress resembled early Beatles' suits; from Altuna, PA) . .moreless
  • EPISODE #641
    EPISODE #641
    Episode 14

    Game 1: J. Edward Day (James Edward Day) (10/11/1914 - 10/29/1996), as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel was blindfolded, but the normal questioning format was used - "U.S. Postmaster General" (salaried; he served from 1961 to 1963)

    Game 2: Miss Joyce Case - "Sells Airplanes" (salaried; she works for Beechcraft Aircraft; she began flying at age 16 and received her pilot's license at age 17; John said she was an American Aviation Association Women's Acrobatic Champion; Beechcraft has 36 distributors and she is not the only female on the sales staff; from Wichita, KS)

    Game 3: Steve Lawrence (b. 7/8/1935) & Eydie Gorme (8/16/1928 - 8/10/2013) (as Mystery Guest Duo)

  • EPISODE #642
    EPISODE #642
    Episode 15
    Game 1: Miss Pauline Letendre - "Cook on Tugboat" (salaried; she works on the bright red colored tugboat named "Felicia" for McAllister Towing & Salvage of Montreal; Pauline is so sweet - she has a warm personality and smiles and laughs all the way through her game; from Montreal, Quebec, Canada)

    Game 2: Samuel Krevit - "Sells 'Mattresses' for Cows" (self-employed; he works for the Bristol Cow Mats Company in Sheldon, CT; his cow mats are made out of rubber and line the bottom of the stalls; from Orange, CT)

    Game 3: Bobby Darin (5/14/1936 - 12/20/1973) (as Mystery Guest) . .moreless
  • EPISODE #643
    EPISODE #643
    Episode 16
    Game 1: Carolyn Leigh (8/21/1926 - 11/19/1983) (she signed in as Mrs. Carolyn Cunningham to avoid name recognition) - "Song Writer, Wrote Songs For Broadway Musical 'Little Me'" (Lyricist from New York, Steve Lawrence knew her and disqualified himself, as did Dorothy, later in the questioning.)

    Game 2: Mr. Harunaka Fujisawa - "Sells Barber Chairs" (for the Takata Company, from Tokyo, Japan)

    Game 3: Edward G. Robinson (12/12/1893 - 1/26/1973) (as Mystery Guest) He was adorable as the mystery guest!
  • EPISODE #644
    EPISODE #644
    Episode 17
    Game 1: John Carruthers or Caruthers (His signature was so illegible, even Mr. Daly commented on his chicken scratch. I'm posting the two common spellings of this surname) - "Raises Reindeer" (self-employed; he and his family raise reindeer; from Santa Cruz, CA)

    Game 2: Mrs. Barbara Boone - "Collects Traffic Tolls at Lincoln Tunnel, NJ to NY" (salaried; African-American; she works at the toll plaza and stated that the public only pays on the NJ side of the tunnel, heading into NY; from New York, NY)

    Game 3: Liberace (5/16/1919 - 2/4/1987) (as Mystery Guest) His "signature" was a lovely drawing of a grand piano complete with his trademark candelabra on top. He is opening at the Latin Casino in Camden, NJ on January 9, 1963.

    Game 4: Mr. Barrie Sloan (11/29/1931 - 3/19/2007) - "Professional Stilt Walker (Circus Act)" (salaried; he works for the Clyde Beatty Cole Bros Circus; from London, England; Barrie's wife Shelagh Sloan will be a contestant on EPISODE #825 on August 7, 1966 while then working for the Ringling Brothers Circus. John mentions that her husband was on an episode in 1962, but does not mention Barrie's name. Shelagh is pronounced as Sheila. See notes below.) . .moreless
  • EPISODE #645
    EPISODE #645
    Episode 18
    Game 1: Miss Gloria Kennedy - "Demonstrates Reducing Exercises on Television" (salaried; she appears on "The Free and Easy Show" on station CFTO, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation or CBC; from Toronto, Ontario, Canada)

    Game 2: Raymond Nitschke (12/29/1936 - 3/8/1998) - "Professional Football Player, NFL Champion Green Bay Packers" (salaried; his quiet nature was mentioned; Ray Nitschke is a middle linebacker on the Green Bay Packers; John mentioned that Ray won the Sports Magazine MVP today; Ray goes on to become a Football Hall of Fame member; from Elmwood Park, IL)

    Game 3: Vaughn Meader (3/20/1936 - 10/29/2004) (as Mystery Guest) - "Star of 'The First Family' Album" (Comedy LP record on the Cadence label)

    Game 4: George Deuillet, Jr. - "Sells Bobby Pins" (salaried; he works for the Niagara Wire Products Company; from Massapequa, NY) . .moreless
  • EPISODE #646
    EPISODE #646
    Episode 19
    Game 1: Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Pecella & daughter Jean - "Men's Barbers" (self-employed; the guests were two parents and their adult daughter Jean whose surname was not given, nor was her marital status divulged; the family members jointly run a men's barber shop that has a clientele of over 90% men; Mr. Pecella's father was also a barber; from Philadelphia, PA)

    Game 2: Mr. L. E. Schnoor - "Sells Lady Bugs" (self-employed; his first name was never announced; he sells the lady bugs by the gallon, which equals about 75,000 insects which provide cover for 10 acres of land; cotton farmers and others purchase the insects as a natural pesticide, since the lady bugs feed on aphids; the lady bugs are gathered while they are in hibernation and then they are kept in cold storage until they are sold; from Yuba City, CA)

    Game 3: Bert Lahr (8/13/1895 - 12/4/1967) (as Mystery Guest) . .moreless
  • EPISODE #647
    EPISODE #647
    Episode 20
    Game 1: Chas J. Moore (Charles J. Moore) - "Museum Guard, Currently Guarding the Mona Lisa" (salaried; from Washington, D.C.; he works at the National Gallery of Art where the Mona Lisa is on tour, having been viewed by 120,000 people since last week. The painting has been in Washington, D.C., and on February 7, 1963 will travel to New York until it departs on March 4, 1963. This Leonardo da Vinci classic is painted on poplar wood, we are told by John Daly.)

    Game 2: Miss Candi Brasovan - "Sells Salami" (salaried; she works for the American Kosher Provision Company, from Miami, FL)

    Game 3: Lee Remick (12/14/1935 - 7/2/1991) (as Mystery Guest)

    Game 4: Mr. R. C. Walch - "Makes Dentist's Drills" (salaried; he works for the S.S. White Dental Manufacturing Company; from Staten Island, NY)

    Now called S. S. White Technologies, Inc., they are still in business as of 2006:
    . .moreless
  • EPISODE #648
    EPISODE #648
    Episode 21
    Game 1: Andy Robustelli (12/6/1925 - 5/31/2011) - "Imports Dolls" (self-employed; Andy is also the Coach, Player and Co-Captain the NY Giants Football team. The panel must guess his secondary occupation of importing and selling bobblehead dolls patterned after the characters in the comic strip Peanuts, which was created by Charles Schulz. The dolls are sold under the company name of - what sounded like - Robustelli, Dodake and Unsworth.)

    Game 2: Mrs. Dinah Thetford (b. 1932) - "Television Director" (salaried; in the United Kingdom, she works for Associated TeleVision Limited as the director of the British equivalent of "To Tell The Truth" and other programs; she stated that American panel shows are better than British panel shows; from London, England)

    Game 3: Montgomery Clift (10/17/1920 - 7/23/1966) (as Mystery Guest)

    Game 4: Chet Gross - "President of Rubber Band Company" (self-employed; he is the President of Merit Supreme Rubber Bands; from Alliance, OH)
  • EPISODE #649
    EPISODE #649
    Episode 22
    Game 1: Miss Mary Simpson - "Guides Tours Underwater" (salaried; she is a snorkel tour guide at Trunk Bay, St. John National Park, for groups of up to 30 people. Their mottos is 'A good guide always goes down with a tour' which is a joke referencing the old saying 'A good captain always goes down with the ship'. She is from St. Thomas, Virgin Islands)

    Game 2: John Merrick - "Sells Bathtubs" - (salaried; he works for the PlastiGlass Manufacturing Company; the bathtubs are made out of fiberglass and are one-piece units consisting of a 'tub with 3 walls', he stated that 1000 of them are currently in use in Scottsdale. He is from Scottsdale, AZ)

    Game 3: Maurice Chevalier (9/12/1888 - 1/1/1972) (as Mystery Guest)

    Game 4: Robert Jacobs - "Drills Holes in Bowling Balls" - (salaried; he works at one of the eight local Lit Brothers Department Stores; from Philadelphia, PA) . .moreless
  • EPISODE #650
    EPISODE #650
    Episode 23
    Game 1: Mrs. Frances Bolton (3/29/1885 - 3/9/1977) & Oliver Bolton (2/22/1917 - 12/13/1972) (This mother and son duo signed in as a single "X" to avoid name recognition.) - "Members of U.S. House of Representatives" (Republicans from Ohio, Frances Bolton has a cute sense of humor)

    Game 2: Miss Charlene Williams - "Makes Pancakes" (at Cindy's Pancake House, where she makes 3000 pancakes per day, she is from Pendleton, OR, and stumped the panel)

    Game 3: Anthony Quinn (4/21/1915 - 6/3/2001) (as Mystery Guest)

    Game 4: George Snyder - "Operates Ski Tow in NYC" (at Van Courtland Park in the Bronx, NY, where they have snow-making machines and three lifts; from New York City, NY)
  • EPISODE #651
    EPISODE #651
    Episode 24

    Game 1: John D. Rockefeller (he said he was no relation to "THE" Rockefellers) - "Sells Water (Bottled)" (salaried; he works for the Great Bear Spring Company; he stumped the panel; from Philadelphia, PA)

    Game 2: Mrs. Darlene McCabe - "Teaches Pool (Pocket Billiards)" (salaried; she works at the Cue & Cushion Billiard Parlor in Beaverton, Oregon; she exclusively teaches women; she was guessed by Shelley Berman with an assist from Bennett; from Beaverton, OR)

    Game 3: Phyllis Diller (7/17/1917 - 8/20/2012) (as Mystery Guest) After signing in, she threw her knee-length fur coat on the floor! And there it sat until the end of her game, when Bennett gallantly picked it up and helped her put it on.

    Game 4: Jeno Paulucci - "Makes Chinese Food" (self-employed; he works for the Chun King Corporation, which he started, owns and operates; from Duluth, MN) . .

  • EPISODE #652
    EPISODE #652
    Episode 25
    Game 1: Miss Carolyn Hayward - "Bullfighter" (self-employed; she began bullfighting 4.5 years ago and works as a matador in South America and Mexico; she stumped the panel; if her professional bullfighting name differed from Carolyn Hayward, it was not announced; from Toronto, Canada)

    Game 2: Myron Pomerantz - "Makes Powder Puffs" (self-employed; his family owns Victoria Vogue, Inc.; from Great Neck, Long Island, NY; his brother, Howard E. Pomerantz, is also employed by the family-owned corporation; Howard Pomerantz will be a contestant on EPISODE #832 of September 25, 1966; see more Victoria Vogue notes below)

    Game 3: Anthony Perkins (4/4/1932 - 9/12/1992) (as Mystery Guest) . .moreless
  • EPISODE #653
    EPISODE #653
    Episode 27
    Game 1: Kathryn Granahan (12/7/1894 - 7/10/1979) (she signed in as "Mrs. X" to avoid name recognition, and the panel was not blindfolded) - "Treasurer of United States" (salaried; she manages 42 government bureaus and is the 4th female Treasurer; from Philadelphia, PA)

    Game 2: Bob Sherman (Robert Sherman) - "Thumb Tack Salesman" (self-employed; he works for the American Thumbtack Company; upon exiting the stage, he presented boxed samples to John and the panel; from Hollywood, CA)

    Game 3: Robert Preston (6/8/1918 - 3/21/1987) (as Mystery Guest) (he's so adorable!)

    Game 4: Robert H. Lehman - "Interior Decorator of Elevators" (self-employed; he works on the sales staff of Elevator Interiors, Inc., from New York, NY) . .moreless
  • EPISODE #654
    EPISODE #654
    Episode 28
    Game 1: Hedda Hopper (5/2/1885 - 2/1/1966) (as Mystery Guest #1, and the panel was blindfolded) - "Hollywood Columnist" (self-employed)

    Game 2: Miss Peggy Goetz - "Knits Nose Warmers" (self-employed; 15 year old teen student; she placed a magazine advertisement and received 800 orders for her nose warmers which are held in place by elastic when worn; from Ft. Lewis, Washington)

    Game 3: Shirley Booth (8/30/1898 - 10/16/1992) (as Mystery Guest #2) . .moreless
  • EPISODE #655
    EPISODE #655
    Episode 29
    Game 1: Mrs. Kathleen McCoy - "Gatekeeper at Blarney Castle (Site of Blarney Stone)" (salaried; from County Cork, Ireland, where she admits 30,000 visitors per year to kiss the Blarney Stone)

    Game 2: Charles McCarthy - "Grows Shamrocks" (self-employed; from County Waterford, Ireland, where he is the Vice-President of Dunmore East Packing Company which John said is the largest grower of shamrocks in the world)

    Game 3: Ed Sullivan (9/28/1901 - 10/13/1974) (as Mystery Guest)

    Game 4: Miss Deirdre Killeen - "Policewoman (Dublin, Ireland)" (salaried; from Dublin, Ireland, where she is one of 29 women on their police force) . .moreless
  • EPISODE #656
    EPISODE #656
    Episode 30
    Game 1: Miss Patti Homer - "Operates Roulette Wheel" (salaried; she is a dealer at Harrah's Casino in Stateline, Nevada, which is in the South Lake Tahoe area which covers portions of both California and Nevada; John mispronounced the name of Harrah's Casino as Hurrah's Casino, but was not corrected; from Bijou, CA)

    Game 2: Mr. Othal Brand (Othal Brand, Sr.) (8/12/1919 - 12/12/2009) - "Onion Grower" (self-employed; he is associated with the Sweet and Mild South Texas Onion Company which John Daly said is the world's largest onion grower; the company sells 3 million 50 lb. bags of onions per year; Mr. Brand later became the mayor of McAllen in 1977 and remained in office for five terms; from McAllen, TX)

    Game 3: Danny Kaye (1/18/1911 - 3/3/1987) (as Mystery Guest) (He signs in as "Daniel Kaye, Alfred Hitchcock" and drew two faces on the blackboard also. Later, he signs the blackboard again, "Alfred.")
  • EPISODE #657
    EPISODE #657
    Episode 31
    Game 1: Walter Patterson - "Human Canonball" (from Nashville, TN, he'll perform at Madison Square Garden on April 3rd. In tandem, he and his wife are propelled from a canon with the use of compressed air. He explained that his wife is shot out first, and then he follows. Their act is performed twice daily. After his expulsion, he travels 60 feet in height and 175 feet in distance. Bennett received a good audience response when he proclaimed, "You're the only man in America who gets out twice a day with his wife." Funny!

    Game 2: Miss Donna Meagher (b. 6/27/1939) - "Income Tax Lawyer for U.S. Government" (from Dallas, TX, now working in NY, she handles civil cases for the legal department of the IRS)

    Game 3: Arthur Godfrey (8/31/1903 - 3/16/1983) (as Mystery Guest)

    Game 4: Chris Wheatcroft - "Grows Roses" (from Nottingham, England, he grows roses for Wheatcroft & Sons, Ltd.; John Daly stated that Chris' father was a contestant two years ago. Indeed, on EPISODE #555 of March 12, 1961, Harry Wheatcroft was a contestant with the exact same occupation listed.
  • EPISODE #658
    EPISODE #658
    Episode 32
    Game 1: Miss Donna Cain - "Takes Care of Baby Apes (San Diego Zoo)" (salaried; she works at San Diego's famous zoo; Arlene Francis comes up with an Old Testament Bible pun when she states, "Miss Cain looks Able (Abel); from San Diego, CA)

    Game 2: Tom Harkins - "Sells Sugar" (salaried; he works for Frankie Green & Company, or possibly Frank E. Green & Company or some similar spelling; he chewed gum while on the stage, which gave Phyllis Newman a clue to his line; he also exhibited a sense of humor; from Chicago, IL)

    Game 3: Anne Bancroft (9/17/1931 - 6/6/2005) (as Mystery Guest)

    Game 4: Miss Pat Atwood - "Butcher" (salaried; she works for the Garden State Supermarket grocery store in Fords, New Jersey and is an apprentice butcher in the Local 464 union; from Metuchen, NJ) . .moreless
  • EPISODE #659
    EPISODE #659
    Episode 33
    Game 1: Miss Marilyn Gobel - "Tests Water Pistols" (salaried; she works for Park Plastics Company, which produces 7 million water guns per year, a comment which led Arlene to humorously retort, "And my son has them all!"; from Elizabeth, NJ)

    Game 2: Mr. A. A. Feldman (6/5/1933 - 10/18/1996) (his trade nicknames are Flying Fred Feldman & Fearless Fred Feldman) - "Broadcasts Traffic Reports From Helicopter" (salaried; left-handed; he works for radio station WOR and has been employed by them for one year; John mentioned that WOR's aerial traffic reports began in 1962; from New York, NY)

    Game 3: Jimmy Durante (2/10/1890 - 1/29/1980) (as Mystery Guest) (After he signed his name, he drew his famous nose on the blackboard, although it looked more like a potato! After his game, in reply to John, Jimmy stated that he had been in show business for about fifty years. Jimmy mentioned that Ed Jackson was backstage, and said that he began working with Ed Jackson about fifty years ago at a club named The Alamo which was in Harlem. Back then, Durante appeared in vaudeville with Lou Clayton and Eddie Jackson as the team Clayton, Jackson & Durante.)

    Game 4: Mr. Piero Frescobaldi - "Wine Maker" (self-employed; from Florence, Italy, his family of wine makers produces Frescobaldi Chianti and other wines, and is one of the oldest families in Italy. John Daly stated that Piero Frescobaldi was a Marchese (Marquis) which is a nobleman ranking above a count. The company is still in business in Tuscany, and has been making wine for over 700 years.)

    Visit their web page:

  • EPISODE #660
    EPISODE #660
    Episode 34

    Game 1: Louis Nizer (2/6/1902 - 11/10/1994) (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel was blindfolded, but the normal questioning format was used) "Trial Lawyer" (self-employed; author of the book My Life In Court)"

    Game 2: Miss Janis Mann - " and Fits False Eyelashes" (self-employed; she owns and operates her self-named shop on 54th Street in New York City, NY)

    Game 3: Carol Channing (b. 1/31/1921) (as Mystery Guest #2) Her DEEP disguised voice is excellent!

    Game 4: Miss Annette McBride - "Makes Coats For Dogs" (self-employed; she owns the St. Francis Dog Togs Company; from Dallas, TX) . .

  • EPISODE #661
    EPISODE #661
    Episode 35
    Game 1: Miss Barbara Dickerson - "Exercises Race Horses" (self-employed; she is an 'exercise girl' who rides the horses during their tryouts; she travels from race track to race track; from Valley Forge, PA)

    Game 2: Mr. Hans Heitsch (his signature was illegible, but I verified the spelling on the net) - "Designs and Makes Bathing Suits" (salaried; he is Europe's foremost designer, making his swim suits out of Helanka Stretch Nylon; Helanka is a brand of knitting yarn; from Boras, Sweden)

    Game 3: Judy Holliday (6/21/1921 - 6/7/1965) (as Mystery Guest)

    Game 4: Miss Nora Reddington - "Telephone Information & Weather Operator" (salaried; she supplies phone information for the phone company and tape records an hourly telephone weather report; originally from Galway, Ireland, now from Queens, Long Island, New York) . .moreless
  • EPISODE #662
    EPISODE #662
    Episode 36
    Game 1: Mrs. Sonja Tyler - "Dog Catcher" (salaried; she works for Prince Georges County, Maryland; from Forestville, MD)

    Game 2: Mrs. Eleanor Hansberry - "Makes Diet Bread" (self-employed; she is the President of the Hollywood Diet Bread Company in Hollywood, Florida; it was reported that this bread contains flour and 8 vegetables and has a mere 46 calories per slice; four of the vegetable ingredients which John Daly listed are carrots, cabbage, cauliflower and sea kelp; Buddy Hackett joked that all that was needed was salad dressing; from Hollywood, FL; see more notes below)

    Game 3: Bob Hope (5/29/1903 - 7/27/2003) & Lucille Ball (8/6/1911 - 4/26/1989) (as Mystery Guest Duo) They signed in as "Bob Ball and Lucy Hope."

    Game 4: William Olsen (he signed in as Wm. Olsen) - "Inspects & Tests Rides (Coney Island Amusement Park)" (salaried; he works for the City of New York in their Building Department; from Brooklyn, NY)moreless
  • EPISODE #663
    EPISODE #663
    Episode 37
    Game 1: The names of the four guests were pre-signed on the blackboard, and the four military band leaders placed check marks next to their names:

    Names as shown on the blackboard:
    Lt. Col. Hugh Curry (5/8/1911 - 8/1986)
     Lt. Col. Albert Schoepper (10/22/1913 - 7/29/1997)
    Lt. Anthony Mitchell (8/26/1917 - 1/20/2009)
    Col. George S. Howard (2/24/1903 - 9/18/1995)

    "Leaders of the Four Service Bands; Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force" (the panel was blindfolded because they appeared in their full uniforms; the regular questioning format was used; salaried)

    Full professional names and their respective bands:
    Lt. Colonel Hugh J. Curry, U.S. Army Band
    Lt. Colonel Albert Schoepper, U.S. Marine Band
    Lt. Anthony A. Mitchell, U.S. Navy Band
    Colonel George S. Howard, U.S. Air Force Band

    Game 2: Mrs. Judy Cole - "Rides on Wing of Stunt Airplane" (self-employed; she works for the Cole Brothers Air Show, her son Rolly Cole pilots the plane she is performing on, while her husband Duane Cole pilots another stunt plane at the same time; from Fort Wayne, Indiana; see notes below)

    Game 3: Peter Lawford (9/7/1923 - 12/24/1984) (as Mystery Guest)

    Game 4: Harvey Kamnitzer (b. 12/31/1944) - "Batboy For N.Y. Mets Baseball Team" (salaried; teenager; from New York City, NY)
  • EPISODE #664
    EPISODE #664
    Episode 38

    Game 1: Joe W. Schmitt (1/2/1916 - 9/25/2017) - "Space Suit Technician, Dressed Astronaut Cooper For Flight" (salaried; he fit the pressure space suit on Mercury Astronaut Major Gordon Cooper; he is a member of the STG or Space Task Group; originally from O'Fallon, Illinois; currently from Texas)

    Game 2: Miss Ria Taney - "Restaurant Doorman" (salaried; she works at the Penguin Restaurant in downtown New York on W. 9th Street; Arlene pointed out that only a restaurant in Greenwich Village would be so bold to have a female doorman; Ria is also and actress and a student at the Neighborhood Playhouse School; from Manhattan, NY)

    Game 3: Sid Caesar (9/8/1922 - 2/12/2014) (as Mystery Guest)

    Game 4: Mrs. Grace B. Myaida - "Makes Birdhouses" (self-employed; she owns and operates Birdhouses By Myaida; her unique design features a safety baffle inside the birdhouse which protects smaller birds from attacks by larger birds, thereby protecting the nests of the smaller birds; from Albertson, Long Island, NY) . .

  • EPISODE #665
    EPISODE #665
    Episode 39
    Game 1: Gil Hodges (4/4/1924 - 4/2/1972) (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel was blindfolded but the regular questioning format was used) - "Manager of Washington Senators Baseball Team" (salaried; he smiled a lot during his game; his career saw 370 home runs with 14 grand slams)

    Game 2: Mrs. Karin Gisin & Miss Heidi Nowak (sisters) - "House Painters" (self-employed; they are both members of the Brotherhood of Painters, Decorators & Paperhangers union; Karin Gisin is a union Journeyman and Heidi Nowak is a union Apprentice; from Idaho Falls, Idaho)

    Game 3: Peter Ustinov (4/16/1921 - 3/28/2004) (as Mystery Guest #2)
  • EPISODE #666
    EPISODE #666
    Episode 40
    Game 1: Eamonn Andrews (12/19/1922 - 11/5/1987) (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel was blindfolded, but the regular questioning format was used) - "Moderator of 'What's My Line?' in England" (salaried; Eamonn did a great job of hiding his Irish accent, and stumped the panel!)

    Game 2: Miss Gerda Schmidt - "Poodle Clipper" (salaried; she works for Dr. Baker's Animal Hospital; during the goodbyes, Bennett commented on her "firm grip" when she shook his hand upon exiting her game; from Montreal, Canada)

    Game 3: Jean Pierre Aumont (1/5/1911 - 1/30/2001) (as Mystery Guest #2) (Dorothy took off her blindfold too soon!) . .moreless
  • EPISODE #667
    EPISODE #667
    Episode 41

    Game 1: Mrs. Viola Scott - "Makes Back-Scratchers For Cows" (self-employed; she owns the company "Old Scratch Incorporated"; the back-scratcher apparatus also contains tanks that automatically apply an insecticide to the cows; fewer flies result in more contented and happier cows which in turn produce more milk; from Amarillo, TX)

    Game 2: Miss Mary Margaret Revell (also known as Mary Revell)(b. 8/11/1937) - "Professional Long Distance Swimmer" (self-employed; she holds an impressive 8 world records, including her swim of the Strait of Messina in Italy; from Detroit, MI)

    Game 3: Andy Williams (12/3/1927 - 9/25/2012) (as Mystery Guest) (He used a very cute high-pitched voice! Lots of laughs in this segment!)

    Game 4: Mr. Omer Elsasser - "Makes Spaghetti" (salaried; he makes noodles, macaroni, spaghetti and all kinds of pasta for the C. F. Mueller Company; from Clifton, NJ)

  • EPISODE #668
    EPISODE #668
    Episode 42

    Game 1: Dick Tiger (8/14/1929 - 12/14/1971) - "Middleweight Boxing Champion of the World" (self-employed; Black African; he signed in as Richard Ihetu to avoid name recognition; Career Record: Fought 81, Won 60, Lost 18, Drew 3; from Aba, Nigeria, Africa)

    Game 2: Melvyn Stern - "Sells Bridal Veils" (salaried; he works for the Marionat Bridal Veils Company; their 1963 price is $150 to $200, which was very expensive in those days; from New York, NY)

    Game 3: Geraldine Page (11/22/1924 - 6/13/1987) (as Mystery Guest)

    Game 4: Miss Mary Tetreault - "Helicopter Stewardess" (salaried; she works for New York Airways; from New York, NY) . .

  • EPISODE #669
    EPISODE #669
    Episode 43
    Game 1: Miss Inter Vanage (Inter Vanage, D.C.) - "Chiropractor" (self-employed; Dr. Vanage is a graduate of Lincoln Chiropractic College in Indianapolis, Indiana; she has been in the United States for 10 years, spending 4.5 of those years in college; originally from Latvia; currently from Indianapolis, IN)

    Game 2: Sheldon Goldstein - "Makes Sauerkraut" (self-employed; he is the Vice-President of Ready Pack Foods Corp; his company produces 20 million pounds of sauerkraut per year in 70 35-ton vats; from Norwich, NY; Sheldon also makes a future appearance on the syndicated WML, see notes below)

    Game 3: Allen Ludden (10/5/1917 - 6/9/1981) & Betty White (b. 1/17/1922) (as Mystery Guest Duo) "Mr. & Mrs. Allen Ludden"

    Game 4: Bobby Moore (4/12/1941 - 2/24/1993) - "Professional Soccer Player" (salaried; his soccer team 'West Ham United Football Club' played the French team on Randall's Island today, and won by a score of 3-2; from London, England) . .moreless
  • EPISODE #670
    EPISODE #670
    Episode 44
    Game 1: Miss Linda McCahren - "Sells Fireworks" (salaried; for a summer job, she works for the Sioux Falls Fireworks Company; she is a recent graduate of the University of South Dakota; she said that fireworks sales are legal in South Dakota for 9 days surrounding the 4th of July; from Sioux Falls, SD)

    Game 2: Edward Hodgson - "Race Horse Clocker" (salaried; adorable elderly man; he works for Triangle Publications, which publishes the Daily Telegraph; he clocks race horses at Aqueduct Racetrack in Jamaica, New York; from Jamaica, Long Island, NY)

    Game 3: Van Johnson (8/25/1916 - 12/12/2008) (as Mystery Guest; He drew a smiley-face on the blackboard after his name.)
  • EPISODE #671
    EPISODE #671
    Episode 45
    Game 1: Mr. Seiji Ozawa (b. 9/1/1935) - "Symphony Conductor" (the panel was not blindfolded because this was before the time period that Ozawa was well-known to the American public; Ozawa signed his name in Japanese characters and John Daly stated his name for the panel; self-employed; Ozawa spoke a fair amount of English, occasionally looking to John for support; he wore a modern-style suit with a thin tie; from Tokyo, Japan; more notes below)

    Game 2: Mrs. Jeanette Kraus - "Sells Lobsters" (self-employed; her company, Milton Kraus & Company, imports lobsters from Boston, MA and sells them wholesale; John stated that she runs the business all by herself; from Chicago, IL)

    Game 3: Peter, Paul and Mary (as Mystery Guest Trio) - "Folk Singing Group" More notes below.)
    Peter Yarrow (b. 5/31/1938)
    Noel Paul Stookey (b. 12/30/1937)
    Mary Travers (11/9/1936 - 9/16/2009)
  • EPISODE #672
    EPISODE #672
    Episode 46
    Game 1: Miss Carolyn Dougherty - "Private Detective" (salaried; she is a store detective for the Ross Bureau of Investigation; from Philadelphia, PA)

    Game 2: Herb Jenks - "Makes Poles For Pole Vaulters" (salaried; he is an engineer for the Browning Arms Company; his innovative vaulting poles are made from fiberglass and their trade name is Browning Silaflex Sky Pole; George Moore was Herb's design partner; John Daly stated that Olympic pole vaulting champion John Pennel vaulted 16 feet 8.75 inches on his Browning Sky Pole; Jenks is from Costa Mesa, CA)

    Game 3: Paul Ford (11/2/1901 - 4/12/1976) (as Mystery Guest) . .moreless
  • EPISODE #673
    EPISODE #673
    Episode 47
    Game 1: Miss Donna Mitchell - "Jockey" (self-employed; after her game, John and the panel discussed the definition of a quarter horse; from Rio Linda, CA)

    Game 2: Hugh Wilson - "Makes Hair Curlers" (self-employed; his company, Wilson Manufacturing, produces a product that is 100% plastic and is sold under the trade name Wil-Hold; from Sunbury, PA)

    Game 3: Edie Adams (4/16/1927 - 10/15/2008) (as Mystery Guest)

    Game 4: Miss Lynne Rosenthal - "Bill Collector" (self-employed; she owns her own company, the Federal Collection Service, Inc. and performs collection services primarily for doctors and service stations; from Miami Beach, FL) . .moreless
  • EPISODE #674
    EPISODE #674
    Episode 48
    Game 1: Miss Keun Oh Kim (or Keun-Oh Kim, she signed her name in Korean characters only) - "What's My Line? Panelist in Korea" (salaried; she is from Seoul, Korea; television has been on the air in Korea only since 1956 and is owned by the government and run as a non-profit organization; the Korean version of WML has been on the air since 1957; Korea has only one television station at the present time; Keun Oh Kim, or Miss Kim as John and the panel called her, is also a Captain in the Korean Air Force Reserves; her English speaking ability was limited and she often looked to John for support; she was dressed in a traditional Asian kimono)

    "IGAS" NOTE: Miss Keun Oh Kim briefly appeared on the February 18, 1963 episode of "I've Got a Secret." The host was Henry Morgan, who was substituting for the regular host, Garry Moore. The panel consisted of Betsy Palmer, Gretchen Wyler, Dorothy Loudon and Faye Emerson. Garry Moore's longtime sidekick and announcer Durward Kirby was the celebrity guest. Keun Oh Kim's "WML?" connection was not mentioned on "IGAS." Miss Kim was not a contestant on "IGAS," but she was "connected" to one of the contestant's secrets. One game featured Barbara Kiernan of Andover, MA, who was the vice-president of "The Ninety-Nines," the international women pilots association which was founded in 1929. Barbara's "IGAS" secret was: "We bought an airplane with trading stamps." As we learned after the game, the American members of her group bought an airplane with three million Green Stamps. The airplane was given to their foreign member, Captain Keun Oh Kim, who was the only female pilot in Korea. (Captain Keun Oh Kim became a "Ninety-Nines" member when she went to college in the United States.) Henry Morgan held up a photo of the plane, which was a small Piper PA-22-108 Colt. (The registration number, N5088Z, was painted on the side of the plane and was visible in the photo.) With this airplane, Keun Oh Kim would then be able to teach other women in Korea how to pilot an aircraft. Keun Oh Kim was seated in the "IGAS" audience and stood up to take a bow. She was dressed in her traditional Asian kimono. - Suzanne (2008)

    "TTTT" NOTE: Miss Keun Oh Kim also appeared on another Goodson-Todman game show when she was the featured contestant in the third game of the January 6, 1959 edition of "To Tell the Truth" with host Bud Collyer and the panel of Polly Bergen, Ralph Bellamy, Kitty Carlisle and Hy Gardner. This episode of "TTTT" was aired by GSN on February 22, 2009. - Suzanne (2009)

    Game 2: Al Somers (he signed in as A. G. Somers)(7/16/1905 - 10/14/1997) - "Runs School for Baseball Umpires" (self-employed; he is a member of the Pacific Coast League; he has been an umpire for 22 years; he said that his school is right next to the Daytona Speedway and that he currently has 70 students representing 23 states, Canada and Cuba; from Daytona Beach, FL)

    Game 3: Ralph Richardson (12/19/1902 - 10/10/1983) (as Mystery Guest) He signed in as Ralph Richardson and the overlay screen read "Sir Ralph Richardson."

    Game 4: Patrick Troy - "Butler" (salaried; originally from County Offaly, Ireland; now working in Washington, D.C., which John Daly referred to as "Georgetown")
  • EPISODE #675
    EPISODE #675
    Episode 49
    Game 1: Charles Heidsieck (he signed in as "Mr. X" to avoid name recognition and the panel was not blindfolded and the regular questioning format was used) - "Makes Champagne" (self-employed; he works for The Charles Heidsieck Company; founded in 1851; he is a 5th generation Heidsieck family French winemaker, who looked quite handsome and dapper in his double-breasted tuxedo; from France)

    Visit their web site, although since 1985 they have been owned by Rémy-Cointreau:

    Game 2: Miss Diane Boag & Miss Linda Boag - "Policewomen (Toronto, Canada)" (salaried; they are sisters; Diane has been employed by the police department for 18 months and Linda has been employed by the police department for six months; they serve as uniformed traffic policewomen and also as plain-clothes store detectives; from Toronto, Ontario, Canada)

    Game 3: Peggy Cass (5/21/1934 - 3/8/1999) (as Mystery Guest)

    Game 4: John Dowling - "Sells Bathroom Scales" (salaried; he works for the Detecto Scale Company, from Greenwich, CT) . .moreless
  • EPISODE #676
    EPISODE #676
    Episode 50
    Game 1: Miss Lesley Somerville - "Professional Skindiver" (self-employed; she is the co-owner of The Diving Center which performs underwater photography and demolition; from London, England)

    Game 2: Warren G. Harding (Warren George Harding) - "Head of Mosquito Control Project" (salaried; he is the Director of the Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project; he has no relation to the former president who was named Warren Gamaliel Harding; from Braintree, MA)

    Game 3: The Kingston Trio (as Mystery Guest Trio) - Bob Shane, Nick Reynolds & John Stewart

    Bob Shane (b. 2/1/1934)
    Nick Reynolds (7/27/1933 - 10/1/2008)
    John Stewart (9/5/1939 - 1/19/2008)

  • EPISODE #677
    EPISODE #677
    Episode 51
    Game 1: Miss Nellie Bird - "Automobile Stunt Driver" (salaried; she is a member of a women's stunt driving team that sounded like "Rotroff's International All Girl Daredevil Drivers" or possibly "Rothrauff's International All Girl Daredevil Drivers"; she stated that she wears a helmet while in her car; from Culloden, West Virginia)

    Game 2: Bill Weaver (he signed in as Bill, but his name is possibly William Weaver) - "Makes Hammocks" (self-employed; he owns and operates the Plantation Craftsman Company; from Pawleys Island, SC)

    Game 3: Richard Boone (6/18/1917 - 1/10/1981) (as Mystery Guest) . .moreless
  • EPISODE #678
    EPISODE #678
    Episode 52
    Game 1: Marc Bohan (b. 8/22/1926) (he signed in as "Mr. X" to avoid name recognition and the panel was not blindfolded, but the regular questioning format was used) - "Head Fashion Designer for Christian Dior" (salaried; he succeeded Yves Saint Laurent as head of the House of Dior; he brought the House of Dior into the 1960s during the early years of the mod fashion movement; he continued to head the House of Dior until 1989; from Paris, France)

    Game 2: Miss Ann Marston (8/7/1938 - 3/6/1971) - "Professional Archer" (self-employed; in 1960, she was Miss Michigan in the Miss America Pageant and won the preliminary talent award; she works with her father and is the only professional woman in this field of archery; she performs a 240 foot trick shot; she also performs on horseback at rodeos; from Wyandotte, MI, a suburb of Detroit, MI)

    Game 3: Joey Bishop (2/3/1918 - 10/17/2007) (as Mystery Guest) He signed in as "Joey Bishop, Son of a Gun." He used an excellent deep, accented vocal disguise.

    Game 4: Miss Yolanda Ostrowski - "Tests Suntan Lotion" (salaried; she works for Shulton Inc. and tests their "Bronze Tan" suntan lotion; from Clifton, NJ) . .moreless