Game 1: Craig Breedlove (b. 3/23/1937) - "Professional Speed Driver, Set New Speed Record 526 M.P.H." (as Mystery Guest #1, he signed in as Mr. X and the panel was not blindfolded and the regular questioning format was used; self-employed; he set the record at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Bonneville, UT; his 3-wheeled jet engine speed vehicle was named Spirit of America; various problems included losing his steering control, trouble with his brakes and crashing into a lake; the vehicle engine was a military surplus J47 model; his sponsors were Shell Oil Company and Goodyear Tire Company; from Los Angeles, CA)
Game 2: Mrs. Jane Thomas (later known as Jane Chastain) (b. 9/16/1938) - "Predicts Weekly Football Scores on Television" (salaried; along with sports anchor/reporter Ed Thilenius, she co-hosts the TV program "Coach Friday" on television station WAGA-TV in Atlanta, Georgia; Jane and Ed predict the scores of the upcoming college football games, and later in the week, they compare their predictions against the actual scores to see who had the most correct predictions; she is in her second year of this occupation; last week, she was named the Honorary Coach of the Slippery Rock State College football team; from Atlanta, GA; see more notes below)
Game 3: James Garner (4/7/1928 - 7/19/2014) (as Mystery Guest #2)
Game 4: Robert Hyney - "Puts Stripes on Chewing Gum" (salaried; he works for the Beechnut Company; from Fort Plain, NY; although not mentioned, the specific product was Beechnut's 'Fruit Stripe' fruit-flavored gum which came in 5 flavors; lime, lemon, orange, cherry and mixed fruit)
Game 1: David Aylott (aka Dave Aylott) - "Makes False Eyelashes" (self-employed; tall, deep voice, male pattern baldness; he owns and operates Eylure of London, pronounced Eye-Lure of London, a British manufacturer which makes false eyelashes out of components such as human hair, sable fur, and mink fur; his very successful products are sold worldwide; although it was not mentioned on the program tonight, he co-founded the company with his brother, Eric Aylott, a noted makeup artist; David stated that he was a former "movie-maker" for 20 years, and he has a long list of over 100 credits at IMDb, mostly from the silent film era; from London, England)
The cosmetics company that David and Eric Aylott founded is still in business as of 2006 and mentions the brothers in the historical sketch of the business:
Game 2: Miss Dianne Steiner - "Issues Tickets to Overtime Parkers" (salaried; she works for the Finance Department of the City of Beverly Hills; while on duty, she wears a uniform; from Beverly Hills, CA; see more notes below)
Game 3: Steve Lawrence (b. 7/8/1935) & Eydie Gorme (8/16/1928 - 8/10/2013) (as Mystery Guest Duo) They signed in as "Huntley & Brinkley."
Game 1: John Zavalopoulos (or maybe Zavalepoules) - "Sponge Diver" (self-employed; his handwriting was hard to decipher; the 1947 severe outbreak of red tide is mentioned as having killed the sponge beds; recovery took until 1957; from Tarpon Springs, FL)
Game 2: Miss Sheryl Slate - "Packs Popsicles" (salaried; this is a summer job until September when she will be an Ohio State College student; from Harrisburg, PA)
Game 3: Marty Allen (b. 3/23/1922) & Steve Rossi (5/25/1932 - 6/22/2014) (as Mystery Guest Duo) They signed in as "Hello Dere! Allen & Rossi"
Game 4: Bill Johnson - "Sells Fire Engines" (salaried; he works for American LaFrance Corp., Bill made sure Mr. Daly added, "the oldest and largest in the business"; from Huntington Station, Long Island, NY)
Game 1: Melvin McNickle (1914 - 7/9/1986) & Marvin McNickle (1914 - 8/19/2007) (identical twin brothers) - "Major General (U.S. Air Force)" (both are salaried; Melvin F. McNickle is the commander of the Oak Leaf Oklahoma City Air Material Area; Marvin L. McNickle is the commander of the 9th Tactical Air Force; they are both graduates of the University of South Dakota; they donated their game winnings to the Air Force Aid Association; respectively from Oklahoma City, OK & Sumter, SC) Game 2: Miss Carole Ridings - "Makes Surfboards" (self-employed; her company, U.S. Surfboard Sales, makes several models including The Rocca; when Mr. Daly asked her if it was Miss or Mrs., she replied that it was "Miss, for business reasons"; from Fort Lauderdale, FL) Game 3: Floyd Patterson (1/4/1935 - 5/11/2006) (as Mystery Guest) . .moreless
Game 1: Gloria Swanson (3/27/1899 - 4/4/1983) (as Mystery Guest #1) She was also a mystery guest during the first year of What's My Line? Indeed, she appeared on EPISODE #20 of October 15, 1950, which also happened to be Bennett Cerf's first appearance on WML.
Game 2: Miss Annette Clark - "Plays Records For Dancing in Discotheque (Night Club)" (salaried; African-American; she works at the L'Interdit disco in The Gotham Hotel; from Manhattan, NY; The Gotham Hotel became The Peninsula Hotel in 1988 when it was purchased and later renovated to its former 1905 glory.)
Game 3: Jayne Meadows, Phyllis Cerf, Martin Gabel, and Richard Kollmar (as Mystery Guest Spouses) - "Wives & Husbands of the Panel" Their signatures were pre-signed on the board. Jayne had signed in as Jayne Meadows Allen.
Jayne Meadows (9/27/1919 - 4/26/2015)
Phyllis Cerf (4/13/1916 - 11/25/2006)
Martin Gabel (6/19/1911 - 5/22/1986)
Richard Kollmar (12/31/1910 - 1/7/1971)
Game 1: Mrs. Patsy T. Mink (12/6/1927 - 9/28/2002) (as Mystery Guest #1, but the panel was not blindfolded) - "U.S. Congresswoman" (from Honolulu, HI, Rep. Patsy Mink was Hawaii's Democrat member of the House of Representatives; she is also a lawyer; see notes below)
Game 2: Albert N. Brooks - "Makes Piggy Banks" (self-employed; he is the President of Brooks Creations, Inc., which Mr. Daly said is the largest maker of piggy banks in the U.S.; from Lincolnwood, IL)
Game 3: Anne Jackson, Eli Wallach, and Alan Arkin (as Mystery Guest Trio, their signatures were pre-signed on the board) - "Entire Cast of Broadway Hit LUV" (written by Murray Schisgal, this comedy play ran for 901 total performances)
Anne Jackson (9/3/1925 - 4/12/2016)
Eli Wallach (12/7/1915 - 6/24/2014)
Alan Arkin (b. 3/26/1934)
Game 4: Ron Rex - "Apprentice Chef at Waldorf Astoria Hotel" (salaried; this cute young chef was ending his second year of training and wished to make it his career; originally from Canton, OH, currently from NYC)