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Season 10, Episode 01 Eva Marie Saint

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Sep 7, 1958
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Eva Marie Saint Sep 7, 1958 Game 1: Major J.F.D. Johnson - ""Buckingham Palace Guard"" Game 2: Helen Straub - ""Professional Fire Eater"" Game 3: Eva Marie Saint (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 10, Episode 02 Ed Sullivan

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Sep 14, 1958
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Ed Sullivan Sep 14, 1958 Game 1: Arthur ""Spud"" Melin - ""Inventor and Manufacturer of Hula-Hoops"" Game 2: Joseph J. Karitas - ""Chief House Painter at White House (Washington D.C.)"" Game 3: Ed Sullivan (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 10, Episode 03 Robert Young & Jane Wyatt

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Sep 21, 1958
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Robert Young & Jane Wyatt Sep 21, 1958 Game 1: Paul Butler (D) & Meade Alcorn (R) - ""Chairmen of the National Political Parties"" Game 2: Rich Kner - ""Also Makes Hula Hoops (partner of last week's Hula Hoop maker)"" Game 3: Robert Young & Jane Wyatt (as Mystery Guest Duo)

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Season 10, Episode 04 Roy Rogers

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Sep 28, 1958
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Roy Rogers Sep 28, 1958 Game 1: Jack O'Dell - ""Night Watchman at Girls' School"" Game 2: Carroll Long - ""Chicken Auctioneer"" Game 3: Roy Rogers (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Lari Silber - ""Writes Advice to Lovelorn Column""

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Season 10, Episode 05 Darryl F. Zanuck

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Oct 5, 1958
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Darryl F. Zanuck Oct 5, 1958 Game 1: Rudelph Schlein - ""Gold Prospector"" Game 2: Norma M. Kurtz - ""Shears Sheep"" Game 3: Darryl F. Zanuck (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 10, Episode 06 Joe E. Lewis

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Oct 12, 1958
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Joe E. Lewis Oct 12, 1958 Game 1: Chuck Carlisle - ""Executive Officer of Atomic Submarine Sea Wolf (submerged for 60 days)"" Game 2: Solon Gray - ""Makes Diaper Pins"" Game 3: Joe E. Lewis (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Anna M. Waller - ""Buys Dogs for U.S. Army and Air Force""

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Season 10, Episode 07 Gordon MacRae

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Oct 19, 1958
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Gordon MacRae Oct 19, 1958 Game 1: Cora Jean Bronkemar - ""Paints Dots on Dice"" Game 2: Les Downing (Leslie Downing) - ""Flying Traffic Cop"" (from Hammond, Indiana) Game 3: Gordon MacRae (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 10, Episode 08 Imogene Coca

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Oct 26, 1958
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Imogene Coca Oct 26, 1958 Game 1: ""Duchess"" Geyer - ""Tattoo Artist"" Game 2: Dick Winslow - ""Plays Piano on Airplane"" Game 3: Imogene Coca (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Tom Collins - ""Tour Guide on Sightseeing Bus"" (London, England)

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Season 10, Episode 09 Robert Wagner

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Nov 2, 1958
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Robert Wagner Nov 2, 1958 Game 1: Joseph P. Moffa - ""Dentist in Federal Prison"" Game 2: Bob Lentz - ""Professional Goose Caller for Hunters"" Game 3: Robert Wagner (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Alice Ashley - ""Diamond Cutter""

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Season 10, Episode 10 Charles Boyer

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Nov 9, 1958
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Charles Boyer Nov 9, 1958 Game 1: Rita Francis Gaglio - ""Men's Barber"" Game 2: Arnold Mallis - ""Breeds flies, ants, spiders, etc. for Research"" Game 3: Charles Boyer (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Raymond Berry - ""Professional Football Player"" (Baltimore Colts)

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Season 10, Episode 11 Harry Belafonte

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Nov 16, 1958
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Harry Belafonte Nov 16, 1958 Game 1: Edmund G. Brown, Sr. - ""Attorney General and Governor Elect of California"" Game 2: Count Vasco da Gama - ""Sells and Repairs Pool Tables"" Game 3: Harry Belafonte (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: Mrs. Atsuko Kemuri - ""Movie Critic"" (from Tokyo, Japan; she signed her name in Japanese characters. This is an educated guess as to the spelling.)

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Season 10, Episode 12 Anna Maria Alberghetti

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Nov 23, 1958
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Anna Maria Alberghetti Nov 23, 1958 Game 1: J.E. Briggs - ""Superintendent of U.S. Air Force Academy"" Game 2: Barbara Harding - ""Makes Pizza Pies"" Game 3: Anna Maria Alberghetti (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Oscar Tapper - 7th Grade School Teacher""

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Season 10, Episode 13 PREEMPTED WEEK #2 OF 25

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Nov 30, 1958
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PREEMPTED WEEK #2 OF 25 Nov 30, 1958

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Season 10, Episode 14 Jose Ferrer

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Dec 7, 1958
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Jose Ferrer Dec 7, 1958 Game 1: Thomas Schippers (he signed is as Mr. X to avoid name recognition, and the panel was not blindfolded) - ""Conductor of the Metropolitan Opera"" (from New York, he is 28 years old) Game 2: Larry French - ""Chicken Plucker"" (from Norman, Oklahoma) Game 3: Jose Ferrer (as Mystery Guest #2)

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Season 10, Episode 15 Kathryn Grant Crosby

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Dec 14, 1958
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Kathryn Grant Crosby Dec 14, 1958 Game 1: Lord Frederick Lennox, Duke of Richmond and Gordon - ""Owns and Operates Race Track"" (in Sussex, England; he is also the President of British Travel Association) His race track is Goodwood, which is located on his estate. Visit their website: Goodwood. They still offer horse racing, and so much more! Game 2: Milton R. Cohen - ""Makes 'Galoshes' for Dogs"" (his product is called ""Dry Paws""; John shows a Macy's Department Store advertisement for them; he donates his WML winnings to the ASPCA, which is the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals; from Teaneck, New Jersey) Game 3: Kathryn Grant Crosby (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 10, Episode 16 Jayne Meadows

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Dec 21, 1958
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Jayne Meadows Dec 21, 1958 Game 1: Alereef (DeRief?) A. Greene - ""Commanding Officer of Nike Missile Base"" (he discusses 2,000 mph missiles that hit a target 14 miles up; from Maryland) Game 2: Margarette Hines - ""Makes Kilts"" (from North Hampton, MA & Cape Cod, Massachusetts) Game 3: Jayne Meadows (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: William Cruttenden or Cruttendon - ""Town Crier"" (from Hastings, England; John told him not to sign in as they were short on time, so these are the most common spellings of his name; he gives a sample of his town call)

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Season 10, Episode 17 PREEMPTED WEEK #3 OF 25

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Dec 28, 1958
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PREEMPTED WEEK #3 OF 25 Dec 28, 1958

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Season 10, Episode 18 Celeste Holm

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Jan 4, 1959
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Celeste Holm Jan 4, 1959 Game 1: Jerry Sue Bradley - ""Deputy Sheriff"" (for the Harlan County Sheriff's Office; from Loyall, Kentucky) Game 2: A. W. Clark - ""Makes Foot Warmers"" (from Waco, Texas) Game 3: Celeste Holm (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Roswitha Poetrsch or Poetsch - ""Elevator Operator"" (from Germany)

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Season 10, Episode 19 Joseph Cotten

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Jan 11, 1959
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Joseph Cotten Jan 11, 1959 Game 1: Bob Rhay - ""Warden of Washington State Penitentiary"" (also known as the Walla Walla State Penitentiary; in Walla Walla, WA; at 37 years old, he is the youngest prison warden in America) Game 2: Dixie Qualsith - ""Masseuse"" (at Josephine's; from Omaha, Nebraska) Game 3: Joseph Cotten (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Tom Holmes & Tom Watson - ""Lifeguards"" (they are also police officers; from Miami, Florida; note the joke on their surnames, Holmes & Watson, as in Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson)

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Season 10, Episode 20 Richard Boone

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Jan 18, 1959
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Richard Boone Jan 18, 1959 Game 1: Louis Morisset - ""The M.C. of 'What's My Line?' in Canada"" (John lets the guest WML host, Mr. Morisset, flip all the cards over at the end of his appearance; from Montreal, Canada) Game 2: Irene Cullinan - ""Night Watchman (For the Merchants of Newton, Kansas)"" (she is 64 years old and carries a '38 revolver; from Newton, Kansas) Game 3: Richard Boone (as Mystery Guest) He is dressed in a cowboy outfit for his 1957-1963 television series ""Have Gun - Will Travel,"" in which he plays the character ""Paladin.""

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Season 10, Episode 21 Paul Newman

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Jan 25, 1959
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Paul Newman Jan 25, 1959 Game 1: Honey Ray - ""Target in Knife-Throwing Act"" Game 2: Helen Corwin - ""Makes Saddles"" (Helen will again be a contestant, on EPISODE #846 on January 22, 1967) Game 3: Paul Newman (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 10, Episode 22 Burl Ives

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Feb 1, 1959
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Burl Ives Feb 1, 1959 Game 1: Ingemar Johansson - ""Heavyweight Boxing Champion of Eurpope"" Game 2: James R. Hanahan - ""Termite Exterminator"" Game 3: Burl Ives (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: John Eberle - ""Beer Tester""

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Season 10, Episode 23 Marge & Gower Champion

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Feb 8, 1959
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Marge & Gower Champion Feb 8, 1959 Game 1: Denise Hivet - ""Private Secretary to the Duchess of Windsor"" (see notes below) Game 2: Norma Dean - ""Dives 40 Feet Into Tank on Horseback"" (she works at Steel Pier in Atlantic City, NJ, and dives into about 10 feet of water) Game 3: Gower Champion & Marge Champion (as Mystery Guest Duo) What's My Line? loved the Steel Pier diving horses featured in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and featured this occupation 4 times: EPISODE #314 on June 10, 1956; EPISODE #451 on February 8, 1959; EPISODE #577 on August 20, 1961; and EPISODE #822 on July 17, 1966. See photos at this web site dedicated to the diving horses! STEEL PIER DIVING HORSES

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Season 10, Episode 24 Maria Schell

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Feb 15, 1959
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Maria Schell Feb 15, 1959 Game 1: Helen P. Mann - ""Tracks Missiles at Cape Canaveral"" Game 2: Helen Mitchell - ""Sells Sewer Pipe"" Game 3: Maria Schell (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: John Muldowney - ""Makes Flea Powder""

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Season 10, Episode 25 Johnny Mathis

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Feb 22, 1959
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Johnny Mathis Feb 22, 1959 Game 1: Edwin S. Roger - ""Bridal Consultant"" Game 2: Jan Dietrich - ""Chief Pilot for Aircraft Company"" Game 3: Johnny Mathis (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Don Stewart & Karl Marlow - ""Hold Cue Cards For Perry Como""

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Season 10, Episode 26 Noel Coward

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Mar 1, 1959
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Noel Coward Mar 1, 1959 Game 1: Masako Katsura - ""Professional Billiard Player (World's Women's Champion)"" Game 2: Shirley Morabito - ""Medicine Taster for Drug Manufacturer"" Game 3: Noel Coward (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 10, Episode 27 Fred MacMurray

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Mar 8, 1959
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Fred MacMurray Mar 8, 1959 Game 1: Robert Reinhart - ""Runs Charm School for Women"" Game 2: Bobby Kuykendall - ""Anesthetist"" Game 3: Fred MacMurray (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Olga Wank - ""Mounts Butterflies for Museum of Natural History"" (Olga's surname was pronounced ""Vank"")

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Season 10, Episode 28 Sammy Davis Jr.

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Mar 15, 1959
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Sammy Davis Jr. Mar 15, 1959 Game 1: Raymond Spahr (or Spahn) - ""Scientist in Charge of Research on Diapers"" (from Cranberry, New Jersey) Game 2: Burt Riley Waters - ""Sells Rolls Royce Automobiles (Youngest Rolls Royce Dealer in the World)"" (from Indianapolis, Indiana & Akron, Ohio) Game 3: Sammy Davis Jr. (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Bob Brookhouser - ""Mounts Television Antennas on Rooftops"" (from Erie, Pennsylvania)

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Season 10, Episode 29 Lana Turner

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Mar 22, 1959
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Lana Turner Mar 22, 1959 Game 1: Mr. D. Latham (Dana Latham) - ""U.S. Commissioner of Internal Revenue"" (from Los Angeles, California) Game 2: Nial O'Malley-Keyes - ""Milkman"" (for the Excelsior Creamery Company; from Santa Ana, California) Game 3: Lana Turner (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 10, Episode 30 Cornelia Otis Skinner

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Mar 29, 1959
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Cornelia Otis Skinner Mar 29, 1959 Game 1: Margaret M. Henderson - ""Commandant of Women's Marine Corps"" (from Lubbock, Texas) Game 2: Irving Thompson - ""Sells Traffic Lights"" (from Orange, Connecticut, he works for the American City Supply Company) Game 3: Cornelia Otis Skinner (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Giuseppe Ogna - ""Professional Bicycle Racer"" (from Northern Italy, he is the sprint champion of Italy)

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Season 10, Episode 31 Jeanne Crain

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Apr 5, 1959
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Jeanne Crain Apr 5, 1959 Game 1: Lou Kane - ""Bill Collector"" (from Hollywood, California) Game 2: Louis C. Schneider - ""Teaches Butchering at San Quentin Prison"" (from San Quentin, California, he has had this job for 14 years) Game 3: Jeanne Crain (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 10, Episode 32 Frankie Laine

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Apr 12, 1959
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Frankie Laine Apr 12, 1959 Game 1: Samuel R. Pierce, Jr. - ""Criminal Court Judge"" (His general sessions are in New York) Game 2: Mr. H. Whitney - ""Bullfighter"" (matador from New Rochelle, New York) Game 3: Frankie Laine (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 10, Episode 33 Hermione Gingold

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Apr 19, 1959
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Hermione Gingold Apr 19, 1959 Game 1: Tito Gaona - ""Flying Trapeze Artist"" (from Mexico, he is performing at Palisades Park in NJ) Read more about Senor Gaona here: http://www.titogaona.com/ Game 2: Peggie Coufos - ""Raises Mice for Research"" (from New Jersey) Game 3: Hermione Gingold (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Barbara Martin - ""Piano Tuner"" (from Indianapolis, Indiana)

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Season 10, Episode 34 PREEMPTED WEEK #4 OF 25

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Apr 26, 1959
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PREEMPTED WEEK #4 OF 25 Apr 26, 1959

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Season 10, Episode 35 Andy Griffith

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May 3, 1959
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Andy Griffith May 3, 1959 Game 1: Henry O'Mara - ""Chief Superintendent of National Police of Ireland"" Game 2: Alice Bowring - ""Owns and Operates Gold Mine"" Game 3: Andy Griffith (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 10, Episode 36 Milton Berle

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May 10, 1959
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Milton Berle May 10, 1959 Game 1: J. H. Edmondson (James Howard Edmondson) - ""Governor of Oklahoma"" (from 1959 to 1963; at 33 years old, he is the youngest governor ever in Oklahoma ) Game 2: Bud Knight - ""Buys Maternity Clothes"" (for Neiman Marcus Department Stores) Game 3: Milton Berle (as Mystery Guest) He signs in as ""John Daly's Son""

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Season 10, Episode 37 Pat Suzuki

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May 17, 1959
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Pat Suzuki May 17, 1959 Game 1: Franklin Heller (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel is blindfolded) - ""Director of ""What's My Line?"" (Panel thinks he's in Europe)"" Game 2: Harold Woehr - ""Makes Blankets for Cows"" (he is the Vice-President of R. Lackie Co.; from South Carolina) Game 3: Pat Suzuki (as Mystery Guest #2)

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Season 10, Episode 38 Debbie Reynolds

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May 24, 1959
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Debbie Reynolds May 24, 1959 Game 1: Lia di Leo - ""Sculptor"" (from Los Angeles, California) Game 2: Roy Biddlecom - ""Makes Electric Bed Warmers"" (from Glendale, California) Game 3: Debbie Reynolds (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 10, Episode 39 Gypsy Rose Lee

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May 31, 1959
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Gypsy Rose Lee May 31, 1959 Game 1: Dave Gelber, Dave Ehrlich, Richard duBusc, Tony Stein, Lloyd Barnards - ""Own and Operate Baby Sitting Service"" (located in Elizabeth, New Jersey; their rates are 60 cents per hour / 75 cents per hour after midnight) Game 2: Monique Benoit - ""Writes 'Advice to Lovelorn Column"" (in the San Francisco Examiner newspaper; she is originally from Paris, currently from San Francisco, CA) Game 3: Gypsy Rose Lee (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Francine Tieger - ""Bubble Gum Tester"" (for the Topps Chewing Gum Company; from Brooklyn, NY)

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Season 10, Episode 40 The McGuire Sisters

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Jun 7, 1959
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The McGuire Sisters Jun 7, 1959 Game 1: Gloria Shiner Williams - ""Sheep and Goat Rancher"" (from Bandera, Texas) Game 2: John Halloran - ""Private Detective (85 Years Old)"" (from Grand Rapids, Michigan) Private Detective Game 3: The McGuire Sisters (as Mystery Guest Trio) Christine, born July 30, 1926; Dorothy, born February 13, 1928; Phyllis, born February 14, 1931

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Season 10, Episode 41 Anthony Perkins

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Jun 14, 1959
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Anthony Perkins Jun 14, 1959 Game 1: Miss Birgit Lundgren - ""Correspondent for Swedish Newspaper"" (Woman's World; Miss Lundgren is the fiancee of heavyweight boxing champion Ingemar Johansson; from Sweden) Game 2: Mabel Page - ""U.S. Air Force Sergeant"" (from Chicago, Illinois) Game 3: Anthony Perkins (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 10, Episode 42 Jack Benny

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Jun 21, 1959
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Jack Benny Jun 21, 1959 Game 1: Grover Criswell - ""Buys and Sells Confederate Money"" (John shows the audience a $1,000 confederate bill; from St. Petersburg Beach, Florida) Game 2: Lynda Earnhardt - ""Performs Stunts on Wings of Airplane"" (she is a mere 13 years old!; from Kernersville, North Carolina) Game 3: Jack Benny (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Gloria Kates - ""Designs Breadboxes"" (HEY! That's funny!)

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Season 10, Episode 43 Red Buttons

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Jun 28, 1959
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Red Buttons Jun 28, 1959 Game 1: Ruby Goldstein ""Prize Fight Referee (Refereed Patterson-Johansson Fight)"" Game 2: Keith L. Gems - ""Makes Figures for Wax Museum"" Game 3: Red Buttons (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Becky Swanzy - ""Sells False Teeth""

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Season 10, Episode 44 William Bendix

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Jul 5, 1959
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William Bendix Jul 5, 1959 Game 1: Roy Fairman - ""Golf Caddy (Caddies for President Eisenhower) 13 Years Old"" Game 2: Annie Sebening - ""Raises Spiders for Research"" Game 3: William Bendix (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 10, Episode 45 Eartha Kitt

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Jul 12, 1959
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Eartha Kitt Jul 12, 1959 Game 1: Jorunn Kristiansen - ""Dental Nurse"" (Miss Kristiansen, representing Norway at age 18 as ""Miss Norway"", was also a 1959 Miss Universe 1st runner-up! The Miss Universe 1959 pagent was held on July 24th, 1959 at the Long Beach Auditorium, Long Beach, California, USA.) Game 2: John Benteler - ""Makes Roulette Wheels (For Gambling Casinos)"" Game 3: Eartha Kitt (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 10, Episode 46 The Andrews Sisters

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Jul 19, 1959
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The Andrews Sisters Jul 19, 1959 Game 1: Delores Naples - ""Bartender"" Game 2: Roy McKercher - ""Bat Boy for San Francisco Giants"" Game 3: The Andrews Sisters (as Mystery Guest Trio) Game 4: Dorothy Fine - ""Dance Director""

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Season 10, Episode 47 Cliff Arquette

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Jul 26, 1959
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Cliff Arquette Jul 26, 1959 Game 1: Mirja Rose - ""Lifeguard at Y.M.C.A."" Game 2: Catherine Conrad - ""Operates Lie Detector"" Game 3: Cliff Arquette (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 10, Episode 48 Eddie Hodges

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Aug 2, 1959
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Eddie Hodges Aug 2, 1959 Game 1: Paul Klatt, Jr. - ""Inspects Jet Engines By Crawling Inside Them"" Game 2: Darris Miller - ""Makes Pajamas for Dogs"" Game 3: Eddie Hodges (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Joe Angrosini - ""Sells Chinese Fortune Cookies""

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Season 10, Episode 49 Julie London

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Aug 9, 1959
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Julie London Aug 9, 1959 Game 1: Alexander Akalovsky - ""U.S. State Dept. Interpreter (Translated for V.P. Nixon in Russia)"" Game 2: Rood Menter - ""Sells False Teeth for Cows"" Game 3: Julie London (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 10, Episode 50 Suzy Parker

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Aug 16, 1959
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Suzy Parker Aug 16, 1959 Game 1: Archie Moore (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel is blindfolded) - ""World's Light Heavyweight Champion"" (He has been boxing for almost 24 years!) Game 2: Leta Thomason - ""Piccolo Player"" (for the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra; from Granbury, Texas) Game 3: Suzy Parker (as Mystery Guest #2)

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Season 10, Episode 51 Tony Randall

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Aug 23, 1959
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Tony Randall Aug 23, 1959 Game 1: Dixie Lee - ""Bullfighter"" Game 2: J.A. Conlon - ""Prints U.S. Paper Money (Bureau of Engraving & Printing)"" Game 3: Tony Randall (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Erland Stevens - ""Paints Fire Hydrants""

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Season 10, Episode 52 Rick Nelson

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Aug 30, 1959
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Rick Nelson Aug 30, 1959 Game 1: O.E. Long (Oren Ethelbirt Long, 1889-1965) - ""U.S. Senator from Hawaii"" (a Democrat, born in Altoona, Kansas; he has been Hawaii's Senator since last Monday and has lived in HI for 42 years; he was the territorial Governor of Hawaii from 1951-1953; in 1956 he was elected as the territorial Senator from Hawaii; he became a United States Senator when Hawaii gained statehood in 1959; Oren Long served as Hawaii's Senator from 1959-1963 until he was replaced by Daniel Inouye; Bennett disqualified himself from this round) Game 2: Bernard Duddy - ""Monkey Keeper (For Research Project)"" (from Norristown, Pennsylvania, he works for Merck Laboratories ) Game 3: Rick Nelson (as Mystery Guest) aka Ricky Nelson Game 4: Candy Lee - ""Disc Jockey"" (she broadcasts the ""Candy Lee Show"" on station WDOK in her hometown of Cleveland, OH)

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