I've Got a Secret Season 15
S15 E01Jan 3, 1966
Hugh O'Brian Jan 3, 1966 1. Panel makes predictions about facts that will be revealed later in the show by someone at the other end of each telephone. 2. "I took off and flew an airplane that has no motor … I turned the propeller by pedaling with my feet." 3. O'Brian reveals the panel's predictions.
S15 E02Jan 10, 1966
King Sisters Jan 10, 1966 No details available.
S15 E03Jan 17, 1966
Celebrity Relatives Jan 17, 1966 All contestants are sons of famous entertainers. "My father is Art Carney", "My father is Durward Kirby", "My father is Frank Fontaine", "My father is Steve Allen"
S15 E04Jan 24, 1966
Frank Gorshin Jan 24, 1966 Steve Allen is introduced as host and pounds timpani drums, saying ""Thank you and welcome to (pounds drums) I'VE GOT A SECRET! With (pounds drums) BETSY PALMER!, (pounds drums) BILL CULLEN!, (pounds drums), BESS MYERSON!, (pounds drums) and HENRY MORGAN!"" He introduces the first guests, The New York Percussion Trio, featuring Ronald Gould, Arnold Goldberg and Rolf Barnes. They play the ""Ritual Fire Dance of Defiance"" using the piano, two xylophones and timpani drums. But this isn't the only thing they have to give: they also have a secret, which the panel must guess, and the panel must put on their blindfolds (Bess Myerson can be heard softly saying ""Oh,really"" in displeasure). The secret is: ""THE THREE OF US AND THESE INSTRUMENTS TRAVEL IN THESE TWO CARS"". (Volkswagon beetles!!) (NOTE:the piano is not included among the instruments) As they pack their instruments, the panel ask their questions. Bill Cullen asked if what they were doing was athletic, and a band
S15 E05Jan 31, 1966
Carol Burnett Jan 31, 1966 1. "The only camera I've ever used is a one-dollar box camera." 2. "I'm wearing the suit I was married in." 3. Guest Carol Burnett: Panel competes in a trivia contest about TV shows.
S15 E06Feb 7, 1966
Robert Morse Feb 7, 1966 1. "I sing with the Metropolitan Opera Company … I've sung with the Met every season since 1910." 2. "I'm a professional ice hockey player … I'm the only American-born player in major league hockey." 3. Guest Robert Morse: Each panelist is shown an original model of a famous invention and must guess what it is.
S15 E07Feb 14, 1966
Phyllis Diller Feb 14, 1966 1. "I walk 4 miles a day looking for money on the streets … " 2. "Her letters saved my life … I kept them in my helmet and they deflected a bullet." 3. Guest Phyllis Diller: Friend: "I design all Phyllis Diller's clothes." 4. Found money totals $216.07.
S15 E08Feb 21, 1966
John Daly Feb 21, 1966 1. "I made the dress I'm wearing ... She made all of our clothes, too." 2. "I was the featherweight boxing champion of the world … I was also the lightweight boxing champion of the world …" 3. Guest John Daly: Reads excerpts from old newspaper articles and the panel must guess what event is being described.
S15 E09Feb 28, 1966
Vivian Vance Feb 28, 1966 1. "A week ago the only language I could speak was English." 2. "I wrote my first poem when I was 83 years old." 3. Guest Vivian Vance: Fifth graders challenge the panel to a memorization contest.
S15 E10Mar 7, 1966
Edgar Buchanan Mar 7, 1966 1. "There are four barbers backstage … They're going to give [the men] normal haircuts tonight." 2. "I'm the sit-up champion of the world." 3. Guest Edgar Buchanan: Joined by his stand-in, "I had a toothache ... I pulled his tooth … I'm a dentist."
S15 E11Mar 14, 1966
To Tell the Truth Panel Mar 14, 1966 1. "I can hold a note twice as long as I just did." 2. "He has to get rid of his house pet." … "My pet is a 260-pound snake 18 feet long." 3. Guests To Tell the Truth panel: The IGAS panel have challenged them to a trivia quiz about old-time radio and TV.
S15 E12Mar 21, 1966
Bob Holiday Mar 21, 1966 1. Using this machine, I can read with my fingertips." 2. "I flew to New York in a jet plane … I was the pilot." 3. Guest Bob Holiday: "I'm going to teach Steve Allen to fly like Superman tonight."
S15 E14Apr 4, 1966
Phil Ford, Mimi Hines Apr 4, 1966 1. "Through the efforts of my high school class … I was freed from behind the Iron Curtain." 2. "I posed as Miss Liberty for the U.S. 25-cent piece." 3. Guests Phil Ford and Mimi Hines: Ford has a toolbox containing what look like mechanic's tools. "I borrowed these tools from a dress designer … He used these tools to make a dress for my wife."
S15 E15Apr 11, 1966
George Segal Apr 11, 1966 1.Two male contestants were accidentally matched up by a computer dating service. 2. First female pilot in the U.S. Navy. 3.Guest George Segal: Plays banjo in a Dixieland band.
S15 E16Apr 18, 1966
Gretchen Wyler Apr 18, 1966
S15 E17Apr 25, 1966
Joe Garagiola Apr 25, 1966 1. Film of the trip to Greenland is shown. 2 "I'm the pilot of the submarine that found the missing H-bomb." 3. Guest Joe Garagiola: The women are shown film clips of actual baseball plays and must try to describe them to the blindfolded men so that they understand what happened.
S15 E18May 2, 1966
Sheila MacRae May 2, 1966
S15 E19May 9, 1966
E.G. Marshall May 9, 1966 1. "The harpist is my daughter-in-law … All the other musicians are my sons." 2. "I ran in the Boston Marathon last week" 3. Guest E.G. Marshall: The Multiple Image Maker and Identification Compositor (MIMIC) is a machine variation of the Identikit for creating portraits of crime suspects. Using the machine, the panel try to assemble a portrait of Bill.
S15 E21May 23, 1966
Hugh O'Brian May 23, 1966 1. "I was the best man at all their weddings." 2. "We were going to play piano solos in a recital … We're going to play together using our good arms." 3. Guest Hugh O'Brian: The panel are quizzed on how much they remember about everything that has happened on the show so far.
S15 E22May 30, 1966
Shelley Winters May 30, 1966 1. "I taught Steve Allen to play the clarinet … xylophone and vibes … piano." 2. "This is only part of the painting … The entire painting is longer than a football field" 3.Guest Shelley Winters: Steve and the panel are asked questions about themselves and guess the answers by writing down a number from 0 to 5.
S15 E23Jun 6, 1966
Arlene Francis Jun 6, 1966 1. "It's the oldest automobile still operating in the United States … Nothing on it has been replaced since it was built in 1891" 2. "I just signed a recording contract as a singer." 3. Guest Arlene Francis: Brings out four people, each of whom has a secret about one of the panel. Each person is questioned only by the panelist involved.
S15 E24Jun 13, 1966
Robert Goulet Jun 13, 1966 1. "I just won the fast draw championship of the world." 2. "I am the women's fast draw pistol champion of the world." 3. Guest Robert Goulet: The panel are tested on their ability to find the one expensive item among many cheap items of women's clothing.
S15 E25Jun 20, 1966
Sam Levenson Jun 20, 1966 1. "We just flew around the world and set 21 new records." 2. "I delivered the commencement speech at her graduation … I was the entire graduating class." 3. Guest Sam Levenson: Third grade quiz given to panelists.
S15 E26Sep 5, 1966
Garry Moore Sep 5, 1966 1.Children have secrets about what they did during the summer. 2.Guest Garry Moore: The panel predict what his answers will be to questions submitted by the audience.
S15 E28Sep 19, 1966
Edie Adams Sep 19, 1966 1. "Our grandmother just made her first record album … She's a rock 'n roll singer." 2. "I've made eight holes-in-one." 3. Guest Edie Adams: The panel guesses the origins of common metaphors.
S15 E29Sep 26, 1966
Soupy Sales Sep 26, 1966 1. "I gave John Lennon of the Beatles a normal haircut." 2. "We're on the same college football team" 3. Guest Soupy Sales: Tony and the Tigers play "I'll Be on My Way." "I'm going to teach the panel to play like this."
S15 E30Oct 3, 1966
Buddy Hackett Oct 3, 1966 1. "I can't read music … I learned to play this piece by ear." 2. "These are my dividend checks from an oil well … All 89 checks add up to $5.72." 3. Guest Buddy Hackett: Memory exercise in which the guest is interviewed and afterward the panel must try to remember his answers.
S15 E31Oct 10, 1966
John Gary Oct 10, 1966 1. "We play volleyball on a trampoline." 2. "I pitch for the company's softball team … I've pitched more than 150 no-hitters." 3. Guest John Gary: Will play a duet with Steve. "I'll play my part of the duet with a bow and arrow."
S15 E32Oct 17, 1966
Lucille Ball Oct 17, 1966 1. "I play jazz on the bagpipes." 2. "I'm wearing contact lenses … So is my dog." 3. Guest Lucille Ball: 50 men and 50 women in the audience have been provided with pushbutton devices by which they are to vote in response to Ball's questions. She and the panel then will guess the outcome of each vote.
S15 E33Oct 24, 1966
Jack E. Leonard Oct 24, 1966 1. "An airplane landed on the top of my car." 2. "We just won the world's surfing championship." 3. Guest Jack E. Leonard: Each panelist places two fingers on a pair of metal electrodes, a detector measures the intensity of the panel's emotional reactions.
S15 E34Nov 7, 1966
Walter Cronkite Nov 7, 1966
S15 E35Nov 14, 1966
Arlene Dahl Nov 14, 1966 1. The panel introduces each other. 2. "I made a parachute jump … I was picked up in midair by another airplane." 3. "I kicked the longest field goal in pro football history." 4. Guest Arlene Dahl: "The dress I'm wearing is made of paper, the dress is valued at $1,000."
S15 E36Nov 21, 1966
Rossano Brazzi Nov 21, 1966 1. "I play one instrument that can sound like all of these" 2. "I'm a United States Congressman." 3. Guest Rossano Brazzi: Given literal translations of Italian idioms, the panel try to come up with the American equivalent.
S15 E37Nov 28, 1966
Walter Pidgeon Nov 28, 1966 1. "I'm a screamer … I've screamed in 83 movies." 2. "I just enlisted in the Air Force." … "I enlisted with him." 3. Guest Walter Pidgeon: Old movie publicity stills are shown and the panel identify the actors depicted.
S15 E38Dec 5, 1966
Bud Collyer Dec 5, 1966 1. "I play trombone on stage in a Broadway show" 2. "I was dealt a perfect bridge hand … I lost!" 3. Guest Bud Collyer: Each panelist was asked to write four statements about himself or herself, two true and two false. The other three panelists guess which two statements are true.
S15 E39Dec 12, 1966
Victor Borge Dec 12, 1966 1. "We're all professional secretaries ... I just beat them in a typing contest." 2. "I was elected county treasurer … I'm too young to vote." 3. Guest Victor Borge: Wires are attached to "10 pretty girls … I'm going to play a song by touching the girls. By touching the girls, each of them produces a different note.
S15 E40Dec 19, 1966
No Celebrity Dec 19, 1966 1. Contestant is a concert pianist, and so is his twin brother. 2.Female contestant provides voices for talking dolls. 3.It is revealed that Bess was the tuba player among the Salvation Army players who performed at the start of the show.
S15 E41Dec 26, 1966
Paul Anka Dec 26, 1966 1 One of us can hold all the rest of us in the air." 2. "I just became the father of twins, We helped deliver his twins." 3. Guest Paul Anka: People have been selected from the phone book whose names sound like the gifts mentioned in the lyrics to "The 12 Days of Christmas."