Who Said That? - Season 2

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Episode Guide

  • 12/31/1949
    12/31/1949
    Episode 52
    12/31/49
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    Robert Trout is the emcee. Panelists and guests include pianist/entertainer Oscar Levant, TV hostess Faye Emerson, TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze, and radio reporter/commentator H. V. Kaltenborn.
  • 12/24/1949
    12/24/1949
    Episode 51
    12/24/49
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    Robert Trout is the emcee. Guests and panelists include society hostess Elsa Maxwell, pianist/entertainer Oscar Levant, novelist Paul Gallico, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 12/17/1949
    12/17/1949
    Episode 50
    12/17/49
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    Robert Trout is the emcee. Guests and panelists include publisher Bennett Cerf, pianist/entertainer Oscar Levant, writer/commentator Robert Considine, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 12/3/1949
    12/3/1949
    Episode 48
    12/3/49
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    Robert Trout is the emcee. Panelists and guests include Democratic party political player George E. Allen, personal secretary to FDR Grace Tully, politician James A. Farley, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 11/26/1949
    11/26/1949
    Episode 47
    11/26/49
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    Robert Trout is the emcee. Panelists and guests include actor Burgess Meredith, society hostess Elsa Maxwell, journalist Quentin Reynolds, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 11/19/1949
    11/19/1949
    Episode 46
    11/19/49
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    Robert Trout is the emcee. Panelists and guests include tennis player Alice Marble, Broadway columnist Earl Wilson, actor Sir Cedric Hardwicke, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 11/12/1949
    11/12/1949
    Episode 45
    11/12/49
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    Robert Trout is the emcee. Panelists and guests include writer/commentator Robert Considine, pianist/entertainer Oscar Levant, playwright Lillian Hellman, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 11/5/1949
    11/5/1949
    Episode 44
    11/5/49
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    Robert Trout is the emcee. Guests include pianist/entertainer Oscar Levant, columnist Dorothy Kilgallen, radio news reporter H. V. Kaltenborn, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 10/29/1949
    10/29/1949
    Episode 43
    10/29/49
    0.0
    Robert Trout is the emcee. Panelists and guests included poet Ogden Nash, comedy author and playwright S. J. Perelman, TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze, and photographer Margaret Bourke-White.
  • 10/22/1949
    10/22/1949
    Episode 42
    10/22/49
    0.0
    Robert Trout is the emcee. Panelists and guests include radio commentator Raymond Swing, TV hostess Faye Emerson, author John Gunther, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 10/15/1949
    10/15/1949
    Episode 41
    10/15/49
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    Robert Trout is the emcee. Guests and panelists include radio reporter/commentator H. V. Kaltenborn, TV hostess Faye Emerson, actor Paul Lukas, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 10/15/1949
    10/15/1949
    Episode 41
    10/15/49
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    Robert Trout is the emcee. Guests and panelists include radio reporter/commentator H. V. Kaltenborn, TV hostess Faye Emerson, actor Paul Lukas, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 10/8/1949
    10/8/1949
    Episode 40
    10/8/49
    0.0
    Robert Trout is the emcee. Panelists and guests include Maine Senator Margaret Chase Smith, journalist Quentin Reynolds, TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze, and political player George E. Allen.
  • 10/1/1949
    10/1/1949
    Episode 39
    10/1/49
    0.0
    Robert Trout is the emcee. Guests and panelists include Thomas Stokes, Socialist political figure Norman Thomas, radio announcer/reporter Earl Godwin, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 9/24/1949
    9/24/1949
    Episode 38
    9/24/49
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    Robert Trout is the emcee. Guests and panelists include humorist/journalist H. Allen Smith, publisher Bennett Cerf, conductor Leonard Bernstein, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 9/17/1949
    9/17/1949
    Episode 37
    9/17/49
    0.0
    Robert Trout is the emcee. Guests and panelists include author/columnist Robert Ruark, radio personality Mary Margaret McBride, legendary baseball pitcher Lefty Gomez, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 9/10/1949
    9/10/1949
    Episode 36
    9/10/49
    0.0
    Robert Trout is the emcee. Guests and panelists include Yale football coach Herman Hickman, sportswriter Red Smith, and radio reporter/commentator H. V. Kaltenborn.
  • 9/3/1949
    9/3/1949
    Episode 35
    9/3/49
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    Robert Trout is the emcee. Guests and panelists include cartoonist Al Capp, writer George S. Kaufman, Broadway columnist Earl Wilson, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 8/27/1949
    8/27/1949
    Episode 34
    8/27/49
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    Guests and panelists include writer/commentator Robert Considine, journalist Quentin Reynolds and his wife, radio announcer/reporter Earl Godwin, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 8/20/1949
    8/20/1949
    Episode 33
    8/20/49
    0.0
    Panelists and guests include columnist Inez Robb, TV director Herbert Swope, playwright and humorist Abe Burrows, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 8/13/1949
    8/13/1949
    Episode 32
    8/13/49
    0.0
    Robert Trout is the emcee. Guests and panelists include political player George E. Allen, journalist John Lardner, Socialist political figure Norman Thomas, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 8/6/1949
    8/6/1949
    Episode 31
    8/6/49
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    Robert Trout is the emcee. Guests and panelists include news columnist Marquis Childs, Philip Wilkie, wildlife documentary filmmaker Osa Johnson, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 7/30/1949
    7/30/1949
    Episode 30
    7/30/49
    0.0
    Robert Trout is the emcee. Panelists and guests include journalist Quentin Reynolds, TV hostess Faye Emerson, cartoonist Milton Caniff, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 7/16/1949
    7/16/1949
    Episode 28
    7/16/49
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    Robert Trout is the emcee. Panelists and guests include conductor Leonard Bernstein, Maine Senator Margaret Chase Smith, Broadway columnist Danton Walker, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 7/9/1949
    7/9/1949
    Episode 27
    7/9/49
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    Panelists and guests include TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze, author James Thurber, cartoonist Al Capp, and author Elaine Carrington.
  • 7/2/1949
    7/2/1949
    Episode 26
    7/2/49
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    Robert Trout is the emcee. Guests and panelists include Arlene Francis, pianist/comic Oscar Levant, radio news reporter H. V. Kaltenborn, and political figure James A. Farley.
  • 6/25/1949
    6/25/1949
    Episode 25
    6/25/48
    0.0
    Robert Trout is the emcee. Panelists and guests include TV hostess Faye Emerson, publisher Bennett Cerf, television news anchor John Cameron Swayze, and humor writer F. Chase Taylor (as Col. Stoopnagle).
  • 6/18/1949
    6/18/1949
    Episode 24
    6/18/49
    0.0
    Robert Trout is the emcee. Guests and panelists include TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze, writer Robert Considine, Senator Margaret Smith Chase, and film actor Paul Lukas.
  • 6/11/1949
    6/11/1949
    Episode 23
    6/11/49
    0.0
    Robert Trout is the emcee. Guests and panelists include George Allen, TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze, sportswriter Red Smith and journalist Quentin Reynolds.
  • 6/4/1949
    6/4/1949
    Episode 22
    6/4/49
    0.0
    Robert Trout is the emcee. Guests and panelists include Kitty Carlisle, writers George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze, and Broadway columnist Earl Wilson.
  • 5/28/1949
    5/28/1949
    Episode 21
    5/28/49
    0.0
    Robert Trout is the emcee. Panelists and guests include Harry Butcher, photographer Margaret Bourke-White, journalist Quentin Reynolds, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 5/21/1949
    5/21/1949
    Episode 20
    5/21/49
    0.0
    Panelists and guests include radio personality Mary Margaret McBride, TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze, sports writer Grantland Rice, and author/humorist H. Allen Smith.
  • 12/10/1949
    12/10/1949
    Episode 19
    12/10/49
    0.0
    Robert Trout is the emcee. Guests and panelists include baseball manager Leo Durocher, pianist/entertainer Oscar Levant, actress Laraine Day, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 7/23/1949
    7/23/1949
    Episode 19
    7/23/49
    0.0
    Robert Trout is the emcee. Panelists and guests include actor Buddy Rogers, author/columnist Robert Ruark, journalist Florence Pritchett, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 5/14/1949
    5/14/1949
    Episode 19
    5/14/49
    0.0
    Panelists and guests include TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze, actor/director Gregory Ratoff, television hostess Faye Emerson, and radio reporter/commentator H. V. Kaltenborn.
  • 5/7/1949
    5/7/1949
    Episode 18
    5/7/49
    0.0
    Panelists and guests include publisher Bennett Cerf, actress Ilka Chase, TV director Herbert Swope, and television news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 4/30/1949
    4/30/1949
    Episode 17
    4/30/49
    0.0
    Robert Trout is the emcee. Guests and panelists include columnist Dorothy Kilgallen, cartoonist Al Capp, author/columnist Robert Ruark, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 4/23/1949
    4/23/1949
    Episode 16
    4/23/49
    0.0
    Robert Trout is the emcee. Panelists and guests include ventriloquist Paul Winchell, society matron Elsa Maxwell, Nebraska Governor Val Peterson, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 4/16/1949
    4/16/1949
    Episode 15
    4/16/49
    0.0
    Emcee Robert Trout hosts guests and panelists including journalist Quentin Reynolds, TV hostess Faye Emerson, actor Edward Everett Horton, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 4/9/1949
    4/9/1949
    Episode 14
    4/9/49
    0.0
    Emcee Robert Trout's panelists include radio reporter/commentator H. V. Kaltenborn, actress Madge Evans, Henry Morgan, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze. "Surprise guest" is "Mr. Television" Milton Berle.
  • 4/2/1949
    4/2/1949
    Episode 13
    4/2/49
    0.0
    Emcee Robert Trout's guests and panelists include humorist H. Allen Smith, journalist/author John Lardner, photographer Margaret Bourke-White, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 3/20/1949
    3/20/1949
    Episode 12
    3/20/49
    0.0
    Guests and panelists include producer Michael Todd, actress Joan Blondell, TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze, and writer Bob Considine.
  • 3/13/1949
    3/13/1949
    Episode 11
    3/13/49
    0.0
    Guests and panelists include actor Paul Muni, TV hostess Faye Emerson, and presidential son Elliott Roosevelt.
  • 3/6/1949
    3/6/1949
    Episode 10
    3/6/49
    0.0
    Panelists and guests include humorist/journalist H. Allen Smith, TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze, political player George E. Allen, and television director Herbert Swope.
  • 2/27/1949
    2/27/1949
    Episode 9
    2/27/49
    0.0
    Guests and panelists include politician James A. Farley, TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze, cartoonist Al Capp, and radio news reporter H. V. Kaltenborn.
  • 2/20/1949
    2/20/1949
    Episode 8
    2/20/49
    0.0
    Guests and panelists include screenplay writer Ring Lardner, baseball player Hank Greenberg, and radio newsman Morgan Beatty.
  • 2/13/1949
    2/13/1949
    Episode 7
    2/13/49
    0.0
    Guests and panelists include writer Paul Gallico, TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze, Representative Katharine St. George, and Paul Porter.
  • 2/6/1949
    2/6/1949
    Episode 6
    2/6/49
    0.0
    Guests and panelists include political activist Norman Thomas, Henry Morgan, radio personality Mary Margaret McBride, and TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze.
  • 1/30/1949
    1/30/1949
    Episode 5
    1/30/49
    0.0
    Guests and panelists include Garry Moore, TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze, and radio reporter Richard Harkness.
  • 1/23/1949
    1/23/1949
    Episode 4
    1/23/49
    0.0
    Panelists and guests include Senator Hubert Humphrey, TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze, Olive Clapper (wife of late journalist Raymond Clapper), and Senator Leverett Saltonstall.
  • 1/16/1949
    1/16/1949
    Episode 3
    1/16/49
    0.0
    Guests and panelists include former Secretary of the Department of the Interior Harold L. Ickes, TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze, Maine Senator Margaret Chase Smith, and political player George E. Allen.
  • 1/9/1949
    1/9/1949
    Episode 2
    1/9/49
    0.0
    Robert Trout emcees. Guests and panelists include TV news anchor John Cameron Swayze, actor Melvyn Douglas, Elsa Maxwell, and writer/commentator Bob Considine.
  • 1/3/1949
    1/3/1949
    Episode 1
    1/3/49
    0.0
    Robert Trout is the emcee.
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