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Season 12, Episode 01 Ralph Bellamy

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Sep 4, 1960
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Ralph Bellamy Sep 4, 1960 Game 1: Robert Brydon - ""Hog Auctioneer"" Game 2: Margaret O'Neill - ""Official Chaperone for Miss America"" Game 3: Ralph Bellamy (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 12, Episode 02 Milton Berle

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Sep 11, 1960
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Milton Berle Sep 11, 1960 Game 1: Carl Sandburg (as Mystery Guest #1) Game 2: Donna Schofield - ""'Baby Sitter' for Chimpanzee (Children's Zoo)"" (from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) Game 3: Milton Berle (as Mystery Guest #2)

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Season 12, Episode 03 Cantinflas

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Sep 18, 1960
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Cantinflas Sep 18, 1960 Game 1: Edward Heintz - ""Flagpole Painter (78 Years Old)"" Game 2: Eva Kragg - ""Teaches Class for Expectant Mothers"" Game 3: Cantinflas (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 12, Episode 04 Red Skelton

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Sep 25, 1960
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Red Skelton Sep 25, 1960 Game 1: Joane Westermark (pronounced as Jo-Anne) - ""Baseball Usher for San Francisco Giants"" Game 2: John ""Chief"" Hellebrand - ""Sells Baby Clothes"" Game 3: Red Skelton (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Sita Arora - ""High School English Teacher""

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Season 12, Episode 05 EPISODE #533

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Oct 2, 1960
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EPISODE #533 Oct 2, 1960 Game 1: Kirk Douglas (as Mystery Guest #1) - ""Manufacturers Electric Blankets for Horses"" Game 2: Henry M. Jackson & Thruston B. Morton (as Mystery Guest Duo) ""Chairmen of RNC & DNC"" Game 3: Mickey Rooney (as Mystery Guest #4)

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Season 12, Episode 06 Anthony Quinn

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Oct 9, 1960
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Anthony Quinn Oct 9, 1960 Game 1: Rev. Billy Graham (as Mystery Guest #1) Game 2: Addie Lynch - ""Traveling Salesman (Sells Chili Con Carne)"" Game 3: Anthony Quinn (as Mystery Guest #2)

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Season 12, Episode 07 Danny Kaye

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Oct 16, 1960
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Danny Kaye Oct 16, 1960 Game 1: Mrs. Ruby Chong - ""Professional Bowler"" (from Oakland, California) Game 2: Elmer Rice - ""Tests Parachutes (By Jumping)"" (he is wearing his U.S. Navy uniform and is a Parachute Rigger 3rd class; from Buffalo, Missouri) Game 3: Danny Kaye (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 12, Episode 08 Janet Leigh

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Oct 23, 1960
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Janet Leigh Oct 23, 1960 Game 1: Ralph Houk (as Mystery Guest #1) - ""New Manager of N.Y. Yankees"" (from Saddle River, New Jersey; he is the new manager of the New York Yankees baseball team; he has been with the Yankees organization for 22 years) Game 2: Mrs. ""Boo"" Morrison - ""Makes Back-Scratchers for Cows"" (from Senatobia, Mississippi; her first name is never given, she put the quotes around the obvious nickname of Boo; she designed this cattle back-scratching device which is an insecticide-infused burlap log that the cattle walk under to scrape off the flies; John said the cattle are healthier and can weigh an additional 20 pounds; her husband raises cattle, and John mentioned that Mr. Morrison is a graduate of his beloved Tilton School) Game 3: Janet Leigh (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: Miss Mona Neves - ""Professional Bass Player"" (from Manhattan, New York; she is a member of an all-girl jazz group and performs in small clubs; John said she plays a bass viol and is presently appearing at ""The Lightho

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Season 12, Episode 09 Frankie Laine

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Oct 30, 1960
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Frankie Laine Oct 30, 1960 Game 1: Frank P. Stone - ""Sells Voting Machines"" (it is mentioned that in next Tuesday's election, there will be 30 million people voting; from Jamestown, New York) Game 2: Hannah Foster - ""Counts Worms"" (for the Oakhaven Worm Farm; from Cedar Hill, Texas) Game 3: Frankie Laine (as Mystery Guest #1) He signs in as Frank Paul LoVecchio Game 4: John Zacherle (as Mystery Guest #2, he signs in as Mr. X to avoid name recognition, and the panel was not blindfolded) - ""Host of TV Horror Movie Show""

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Season 12, Episode 10 Joey Bishop

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Nov 6, 1960
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Joey Bishop Nov 6, 1960 Game 1: John W. Ficklin - ""Head Waiter at the White House"" (from Washington, D.C.; the Presidential election will be held this coming Tuesday) Game 2: Jorie Livingston - ""Runs 'Charm' School for Businessmen"" (from St. Louis, Missouri & New York City) Game 3: Joey Bishop (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Louise Benoit - ""Weighs Money"" (for the Mercer & Dunbar Armored Car Company; from Hartford, Connecticut)

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Season 12, Episode 11 John Wayne

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Nov 13, 1960
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John Wayne Nov 13, 1960 Game 1: Elbert Carvel (Governor-Elect of Delaware) - ""Manufactures Fertilizer"" Game 2: Margaret Ballentyne - ""Horse Race Bookie"" (from Edinburgh, Scotland) Game 3: John Wayne (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 12, Episode 12 PREEMPTED WEEK #8 OF 25

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Nov 20, 1960
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PREEMPTED WEEK #8 OF 25 Nov 20, 1960

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Season 12, Episode 13 Maurice Evans

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Nov 27, 1960
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Maurice Evans Nov 27, 1960 Game 1: Nellie W. Trayler - ""Dietician at Reducing Farm"" (she works for the Seaton Inn Spa; from Lakewood, New Jersey) Game 2: Sandi Telsay - ""Stockbroker"" (for Whitmore, Bruce & Company; from Brooklyn, NY) Game 3: Maurice Evans (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Thomas M. Force - ""Lighthouse Keeper"" (at the Romer Shoal Lighthouse off the shore of Staten Island; from Michigan)

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Season 12, Episode 14 Nancy Kwan

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Dec 4, 1960
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Nancy Kwan Dec 4, 1960 Game 1: Freda Rowe - ""Registered Nurse (Assigned to New Kennedy Baby)"" (From Falls Church, Virginia, she works at Georgetown Hospital) Game 2: Gene Beene - ""Does ""Human Bomb"" Act (Blows Self Up With Dynamite)"" (from Chattanooga, TN; he performs in a 3' x 3' x 6' box with 2 to 5 sticks of dynamite) Game 3: Nancy Kwan (as Mystery Guest) (She signs her name in both Chinese characters and English) Game 4: John R. Ball - ""Wig Maker"" (from Manhattan, NY, NY; his company is John of 5th Avenue)

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Season 12, Episode 15 Stephen Boyd

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Dec 11, 1960
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Stephen Boyd Dec 11, 1960 Game 1: Tom Johnson - ""Teaches Biology at Women's College"" (from Fredericksburg, Virginia, he works at Mary Washington College. Mary Washington College is named for the mother of George Washington, who lived most of her life in Fredericksburg, VA) Game 2: Nancy Mizener - ""Makes Dog Food"" (from Texas, her company ""The Dog House"" has been in business for 6 months) Game 3: Stephen Boyd (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Bert Moosman - ""Builds, Moves & Demolishes Bank Vaults"" (from Massapequa Park, NY, he works for the Mosler Safe Company)

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Season 12, Episode 16 Edward G. Robinson

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Dec 18, 1960
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Edward G. Robinson Dec 18, 1960 Game 1: Wendy Wagner - ""Stunt Skindiver for TV Films"" (from Nassau, Bahamas, she performed diving stunts for television programs such as ""The Aquanauts"" and ""Sea Hunt""; she was later known as Wende Wagner) Game 2: Boots Gaider - ""Makes Electric Backscratchers"" (from West Virginia & Newark, New Jersey; her company is Daymar Products) Game 3: Edward G. Robinson (as Mystery Guest) (He signed in as ""Little Caesar"") Game 4: Edmund T. Opielski - ""Sells Church Steeples"" (from Villanova, PA)

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Season 12, Episode 17 Panelist Spouses

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Dec 25, 1960
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Panelist Spouses Dec 25, 1960 Game 1: Louise Dorria & Loucile Holloway (fraternal twin sisters) - ""Men's Barbers"" (at the Waldorf Barber Shop, Tampa, Florida) Game 2: Sig Rauch & Joe Rauch (fraternal twin brothers) - ""Bill Collectors"" (at the Lone Star Collection Agency, Houston, Texas) Game 3: Richard Kollmar, Florence Randall, Martin Gabel & Phyllis Cerf (as Mystery Guest Spouses)

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Season 12, Episode 18 Lucille Ball

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Jan 1, 1961
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Lucille Ball Jan 1, 1961 Game 1: Ike Eisenhower & John Kennedy - ""Sells Girdles"" Ike is from Washington, D.C., and John is from Denver, Colorado; they are not related to their more famous ""namesakes"". They work for the HW Gossard Company) Game 2: Ruby Logsdon - ""House Wrecker"" (from Louisville, Kentucky, she works for the Bluegrass Wrecking Company) Game 3: Lucille Ball (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Mary Coleman & Creighton Coleman (wife and husband) - ""Judges"" (from Battle Creek, Michigan; Creighton Coleman is a circuit court judge. Mary Coleman is a probate court judge. Mary Coleman was Miss Maryland years ago)

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Season 12, Episode 19 Joan Crawford

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Jan 8, 1961
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Joan Crawford Jan 8, 1961 Game 1: Wilt (The Stilt) Chamberlain - ""NBA Basketball Player"" (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel is blindfolded; Wilt plays for The Philadelphia Warriors; his team lost today to The Knickerbockers by 1 point) Game 2: Emily McAvoy - ""Department Store Detective"" (from Philadelphia, PA, she works for Lit Brothers Department Store; she has been employed by them for 64 years) Game 3: Joan Crawford (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: Sascha Berland - ""Television Commercial Jingle Writer"" (from (New York City, NY)

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Season 12, Episode 20 Henry Fonda

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Jan 15, 1961
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Henry Fonda Jan 15, 1961 Game 1: William Schnautz - ""Makes Top Hats (Made JFK's Inauguration Topper)"" (from Westport, Connecticut, he works for The Hat Corporation of America, which is a leading hatmaker and includes such lines as Top Hat, Fashion Park, Eagle Shirtmakers, Dobbs Hats, Champ Hats, Thomas Berg and Stylepark Industries.) Game 2: Penny Pitou (she signed in as ""X"" to avoid name recognition, and the panel was not blindfolded) - ""Runs Ski School (Olympic Ski Star Penny Pitou)"" (from Bayside, Long Island, New York; she won 2 silver medals in the Olympics; originally from Laconia, New Hampshire) Game 3: Henry Fonda (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: William E. Bierer - ""Sells Vinegar"" (from New York City, NY)

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Season 12, Episode 21 Mahalia Jackson

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Jan 22, 1961
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Mahalia Jackson Jan 22, 1961 Game 1: Marianne Means - ""White House Correspondent"" Game 2: Lorraine Trester - ""Owns Mink Ranch"" Game 3: Mahalia Jackson (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 12, Episode 22 Julie Newmar

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Jan 29, 1961
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Julie Newmar Jan 29, 1961 Game 1: Oleg Cassini - ""Dress Designer (Designer for Jacqueline Kennedy)"" (as Mystery Guest #1) Game 2: Pam Long & Bill Long (twins) - ""Egg Farmers"" Game 3: Julie Newmar (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: Steffy Goldner & Anna Kayaloff - ""Orchestra Musicians (Broadway Show ""My Fair Lady"")""

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Season 12, Episode 23 Dorothy Kilgallen

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Feb 5, 1961
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Dorothy Kilgallen Feb 5, 1961 Game 1: James B. Osborne - ""Commander, Polaris Missile Submarine 'George Washington'"" Game 2: Nirmala Mansukhani - ""Dentist (Teaches at Dental School)"" Game 3: Dorothy Kilgallen (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 12, Episode 24 Tallulah Bankhead

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Feb 12, 1961
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Tallulah Bankhead Feb 12, 1961 Game 1: Maureen Neuberger (signed in as Mrs. X) - ""United States Senator"" Game 2: Louise Sniffen - ""Makes Saddles"" Game 3: Tallulah Bankhead (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Janet Kelly - ""Operator for Telephone Wake-up Service""

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Season 12, Episode 25 Barrie Chase

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Feb 19, 1961
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Barrie Chase Feb 19, 1961 Game 1: Lynn George - ""Lectures on Stock Market in Grand Central Station"" Game 2: Hugh A. Cargan - ""Makes Gold Bricks for U.S. Government"" Game 3: Barrie Chase (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Jose SimÃ'és (or Simoes) - ""African Hunting Guide""

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Season 12, Episode 26 Bobby Darin

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Feb 26, 1961
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Bobby Darin Feb 26, 1961 Game 1: Miss Debbie Drake - ""Teaches Reducing Exercises on TV"" (from Indianapolis, Indiana; she is the shapely hostess of the ""Passport to Beauty"" television series which airs in the morning on station WISH, and is syndicated and seen in 50 other cities) Game 2: Mrs. Lucille Troutt (as John said, ""Troutt, double T"") - ""Sells Parking Meters"" (for the Duncan Parking Meter Company which was founded in 1936 by yo-yo pioneer Donald Duncan; salaried; her territory includes all of Arkansas and Memphis, TN; from Benton, AR) Game 3: Bobby Darin (as Mystery Guest) Per Gil Fates' handwritten logs, there was not enough time for the next scheduled contestant, a man who shoes horses for the New York City Police Department.

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Season 12, Episode 27 Genevieve

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Mar 5, 1961
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Genevieve Mar 5, 1961 Game 1: Bernice MacDonald - ""Truck Driver"" Game 2: Paul Putnaki - ""Tests Roller Skates"" Game 3: Genevieve (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 12, Episode 28 The Ritz Brothers

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Mar 12, 1961
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The Ritz Brothers Mar 12, 1961 Game 1: Harry Wheatcroft - ""Grows Roses"" Game 2: Vesta Austin - ""Circus Clown"" Game 3: The Ritz Brothers (as Mystery Guest Trio)

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Season 12, Episode 29 Nat King Cole

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Mar 19, 1961
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Nat King Cole Mar 19, 1961 Game 1: James Giuliano - ""Makes Artificial Eyelashes"" (for his company, Eyelashes Incorporated) Game 2: Winnie Alexandra - ""Does Massage and Physical Therapy on Race Horses"" (After the game, John explained that she performed a sonic wave treatment on the legs of race horses.) Game 3: Nat King Cole (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 12, Episode 30 Gary Crosby

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Mar 26, 1961
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Gary Crosby Mar 26, 1961 Game 1: Bert Burns - ""London Cab Driver"" Game 2: Alice McGrath - ""Judo Instructor"" Game 3: Gary Crosby (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 12, Episode 31 June Allyson

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Apr 2, 1961
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June Allyson Apr 2, 1961 Game 1: Lois Mottonen - ""U.S. Income Tax Collector"" Game 2: Wade S. Page - ""Makes Rocking Chairs (Made President Kennedy's Rocking Chair)"" Game 3: June Allyson (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Louis Chu - ""Disc Jockey For Chinese Music Program"" (Radio Station WHOM-FM)

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Season 12, Episode 32 Julie London

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Apr 9, 1961
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Julie London Apr 9, 1961 Game 1: Raoul Levy (Lévy) - (as Mystery Guest #1) ""Movie Producer: Brigitte Bardot's Movie Producer"" Game 2: Jobie Arnold - ""Horse Race Handicapper, Writes Daily Tips For Bettors"" (Miami Herald and Gulfstream) Game 3: Julie London (as Mystery Guest #2)

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Season 12, Episode 33 Gordon & Sheila MacRae

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Apr 16, 1961
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Gordon & Sheila MacRae Apr 16, 1961 Game 1: John Haly - ""Strongman for Ringling Brothers Circus"" Game 2: Harry B. Latina - ""Designs Baseball Gloves"" (for Rawlings Sporting Goods Company) Game 3: Gordon & Sheila MacRae (as Mystery Guest Duo) Game 4: Dorothy Dodgion - ""Jazz Drummer (Last Appeared With Benny Goodman's Band)"" (She is better known as Dottie Dodgion.)

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Season 12, Episode 34 Peter Ustinov

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Apr 23, 1961
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Peter Ustinov Apr 23, 1961 Game 1: Dan Schneider - ""Gives Mud Baths"" Game 2: Mary L. Dunlop - ""Counts Fish (for U.S. Gov't)"" (at The Dalles, Oregon) Game 3: Peter Ustinov (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 12, Episode 35 Anna Maria Alberghetti

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Apr 30, 1961
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Anna Maria Alberghetti Apr 30, 1961 Game 1: Joan Patti - ""Teaches Philosophy at University of Michigan"" Game 2: A. M. Malheur - ""Makes Pots & Pans"" (Tefal, Paris, France) Game 3: Anna Maria Alberghetti (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Patrick Scannell - ""Shoes Horses for N.Y.C. Police Department""

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Season 12, Episode 36 Carol Burnett

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May 7, 1961
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Carol Burnett May 7, 1961 Game 1: George Koch - ""Rear Admiral U.S.N - Directed Recovery of Astronaut Space Capsule"" (The astronaut was Alan Shepherd, the first American to reach space. He manned the 15-minute suborbital flight of Mercury Freedom 7 on May 5, 1961.) Game 2: Pat Collins - ""Professional Hypnotist"" Game 3: Carol Burnett (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Louis Mahle - ""Bubble Gum Tester"" (for Fleer Chewing Gum Company, makers of Dubble Bubble)

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Season 12, Episode 37 The Crosby Brothers

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May 14, 1961
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The Crosby Brothers May 14, 1961 Game 1: The Flaherty Brothers - ""Bartenders"" (The 5 brothers are Thaddeus, Charles, Roscoe, John and Garland) Game 2: Nellie Winick - ""Sells Kites"" (High Flyer Manufacturing Company) Game 3: The Crosby Brothers (as Mystery Guests) (Phillip 'Phil', Dennis and Lindsay Crosby)

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Season 12, Episode 38 Tony Martin

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May 21, 1961
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Tony Martin May 21, 1961 Game 1: Lisa Lane - ""Professional Chess Player, U.S. Women's Champion"" Game 2: Richard Cowen - ""Sells Flypaper"" (Aratson Fly Ribbon) Game 3: Tony Martin (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Charlotte Livingston - ""Hair Stylist for Men"" (at Albert of 5th Avenue, NYC)

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Season 12, Episode 39 Sophia Loren

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May 28, 1961
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Sophia Loren May 28, 1961 Game 1: Miss Pamela Praksa - ""Trampoline Instructor"" (at Bounceland in Hagerstown, Maryland; salaried; she is also a student at North Hagerstown High School; from Hagerstown, MD) Game 2: Jim Cook - ""Tracks Tornadoes in Airplane for U.S. Weather Bureau"" (salaried; he works for the Severe Local Storm Forecast Center in Kansas City and performs severe storm research in the Southwest area of the United States; from Dallas, TX) Game 3: Sophia Loren (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Andy Paretti - ""Buys Turtles"" (for the Bon Vivant Soup Company, John said he was salaried, see notes below; from Cedar Grove, NJ)

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Season 12, Episode 40 Phil Silvers

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Jun 4, 1961
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Phil Silvers Jun 4, 1961 Game 1: John Sellers - ""Jockey (Winner of Kentucky Derby)"" (self-employed; the panel was blindfolded and the contestant was called ""Mr. Z""; he won the Kentucky Derby in 1961 on a horse named ""Carry Back""; see notes below) Game 2: Mrs. Beryl Neistat - ""Pickle Manufacturer"" (self-employed; from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) Game 3: Phil Silvers (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Mr. J. R. Rosen - ""Makes College Diplomas"" (self-employed; he makes university diplomas in both Latin and English, since 1913, for colleges such as Harvard; from Boston, MA; as of 2005, the calligraphy company (J.R. Rosen Studio) started by Joseph R. Rosen is still in business! http://www.jrrosenstudio.com/

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Season 12, Episode 41 Mort Sahl

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Jun 11, 1961
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Mort Sahl Jun 11, 1961 Game 1: Terry Tata (pronounced Tay'-ta) - ""Baseball Umpire (Youngest in Organized Baseball)"" (Terry is age 21; see notes below) Game 2: Rita Winter - ""Mink Cutter (Cuts Skins for Mink Coats)"" (she works at Schiaparelli Furs, part of the famous design house of Elsa Schiaparelli; she is also a member of the Fur Workers Union Local No. 101) Game 3: Mort Sahl (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Juliette Drut - ""Repairs Television Sets"" (She owns her own TV Company. It sounded like John Daly said Lawndale Television Company.)

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Season 12, Episode 42 George Burns

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Jun 18, 1961
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George Burns Jun 18, 1961 Game 1: James B. Swindal - ""Pilot for President Kennedy (Lt. Colonel, U.S.A.F.)"" Game 2: Marlene Bauer Hagge (signed in as Mrs. Robert Hagge) - ""Professional Golfer"" Game 3: George Burns (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 12, Episode 43 Alan King

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Jun 25, 1961
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Alan King Jun 25, 1961 Game 1: Thomas Kinsella - ""Alligator Wrestler"" (at the Black Hills Reptile Gardens - http://www.reptile-gardens.com) Game 2: Betty Turnbull - ""Bakes Cones For Ice Cream Cones"" (Turnbull Cone Baking Company, established 1904) Game 3: Alan King (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 12, Episode 44 Yogi Berra

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Jul 2, 1961
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Yogi Berra Jul 2, 1961 Game 1: Michael Lanigan - ""Member U. S. Peace Corps"" Game 2: Kristjana Magnusdottir - ""Switchboard Operator"" Game 3: Yogi Berra (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 12, Episode 45 Bill Cullen

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Jul 9, 1961
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Bill Cullen Jul 9, 1961 Game 1: David Gardner - ""Operates Brewery"" Game 2: Bess Miller - ""Dog Catcher"" Game 3: Bill Cullen (as Mystery Guest) - Please visit: Matt Ottinger's Bill Cullen Tribute Page

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Season 12, Episode 46 The McGuire Sisters

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Jul 16, 1961
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The McGuire Sisters Jul 16, 1961 Game 1: Joan Odell - ""Prosecuting Attorney for State of Florida"" (Dade County, 11th Judicial District) Game 2: D. E. Shunk (Dell Eugene Shunk) - ""Makes False Teeth for Cows"" (Chapel Metal Products) Game 3: The McGuire Sisters (as Mystery Guest Trio)

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Season 12, Episode 47 Eartha Kitt

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Jul 23, 1961
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Eartha Kitt Jul 23, 1961 Game 1: Helen Tweed - ""New York City Bus Driver"" Game 2: Gerry Moore - ""Sheep Shearer"" Game 3: Eartha Kitt (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Patricia Janis Broda - ""Stockbroker""

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Season 12, Episode 48 Nancy Walker

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Jul 30, 1961
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Nancy Walker Jul 30, 1961 Game 1: Mrs. Rose Marie Marston - ""Runs Marriage Bureau"" (she runs the Scientific Marriage Center, which uses data from extensive psychological testing for the best marriage matches; self-employed; from Denver, CO) Game 2: Carl A. Strand - ""Makes Prefabricated Dog Houses"" (he owns the Carl A. Strand Company in Birmingham, Michigan; self-employed; Carl Strand also helped design the Quonset Hut during WWII, and his metal dog house is built on the same principles and design; from Birmingham, MI) Game 3: Nancy Walker (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Sam Koza - ""Race Track Bugler"" (he plays the trumpet at both the Aqueduct and Belmont horse racing tracks; salaried; from Flushing, Long Island, NY)

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Season 12, Episode 49 PREEMPTED WEEK #9 OF 25

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Aug 6, 1961
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PREEMPTED WEEK #9 OF 25 Aug 6, 1961

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Season 12, Episode 50 Peter Lind Hayes & Mary Healy

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Aug 13, 1961
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Peter Lind Hayes & Mary Healy Aug 13, 1961 Game 1: Kenneth Battelle - ""Hair Stylist (Does Jacqueline Kennedy's Hair)"" (The panel was blindfolded, as Kenneth has styled both Dorothy's and Arlene's hair. He is employed by the Lilly Daché Salon, also seen as Lilly Dache Salon) Game 2: Zoe Ann Warberg - ""Judge"" (Probate Judge, 1959 Stanford Law School graduate and a former Miss Idaho 1952) Game 3: Peter Lind Hayes & Mary Healy (as Mystery Guest Duo) Game 4: Alfena Barton - ""Building Contractor"" (Al Barton & Company Building Contractors)

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Season 12, Episode 51 Mitch Miller

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Aug 20, 1961
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Mitch Miller Aug 20, 1961 Game 1: Jacques Picard (he signed in as ""X"" and the panel was blindfolded) - ""Deep Sea Explorer (Holds Depth Record of Seven Miles)"" Game 2: Mrs. Ann Miles - ""Dives 40 Feet Into Tank on Horseback"" (she works at Steel Pier in Atlantic City, NJ; she mentions that the horse dives into eleven feet of water in a tank; her attire is a bathing suit and a helmet) Game 3: Mitch Miller (as Mystery Guest) 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 12, Episode 52 Connie Francis

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Aug 27, 1961
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Connie Francis Aug 27, 1961 Game 1: Emilio Pucci (signed in as ""Mr. Y"" but the panel was not blindfolded) - ""Women's Sportswear Designer"" Game 2: Mabel Stark - ""Tiger Trainer"" (At Jungleland in Thousand Oaks, CA; she stated she was age 71) Read a thoughtful (yet sad) article about this brave woman: Mabel Stark Game 3: Connie Francis (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Bob Rola - ""Sells & Demonstrates Yo-Yo's"" (for the Duncan Yo-Yo Company)

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