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Season 13, Episode 01 Ben Gazzara

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Sep 3, 1961
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Ben Gazzara Sep 3, 1961 Game 1: Buz Burke - ""U.S. Senate Page Boy"" (Age 14, from Chevy Chase, MD) Game 2: Kathryn Dees & JoAnn Irvin - ""Raise Pigs"" (K.J. Swine Breeders, Inc.) Game 3: Ben Gazzara (as Mystery Guest) (on crutches!) Game 4: Mary Silchenstedt - ""Lifeguard"" (from Bayville, NY)

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Season 13, Episode 02 Maria Fletcher

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Sep 10, 1961
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Maria Fletcher Sep 10, 1961 Game 1: Gus Mauch (signed in as ""Mr. X"" but the panel was not blindfolded) - ""Trainer for N.Y. Yankees"" (Alwyn Charles Mauch) Game 2: Jay Shore & Paul Shore (wife & husband team) - ""U.S. Mailmen"" (from Albuquerque, New Mexico) Game 3: Maria Fletcher (as Mystery Guest) - ""Miss America 1962"" (from Asheville, North Carolina) Game 4: Dave Marifield - ""Does Trapeze Act From Helicopter"" (from Summit, New Jersey)

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Season 13, Episode 03 Dick Powell

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Sep 17, 1961
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Dick Powell Sep 17, 1961 Game 1: Samuel Yorty (signed in as ""Mr. X"" but the panel was not blindfolded) - ""Mayor of Los Angeles"" (Mayor of Los Angeles, California, 1961-1973) Game 2: Gail Ryan Brown - ""Gives Anesthetic (MD)"" (Anesthesiologist at St. Luke's Hospital, New York City) Game 3: Dick Powell (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 13, Episode 04 Victor Borge

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Sep 24, 1961
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Victor Borge Sep 24, 1961 Game 1: Mabel Tom - ""Blackjack Dealer (in Gambling Casino)"" (for the Palace Club, Reno, Nevada, which was in operation from 1888 to 1979; Mabel has been in the USA for 13 years and was originally from Hong Kong) Game 2: Stephen Lange - ""Horse Doctor"" (Large Animal Veterinarian at Elmira Arabian Horse Farm) Game 3: Victor Borge (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 13, Episode 05 Gertrude Berg

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Oct 1, 1961
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Gertrude Berg Oct 1, 1961 Game 1: Pat Taggett - ""Handles World Series Tickets (Secretary, New York Yankees)"" Game 2: Richard Oths - ""Sells Electric Toothbrushes"" (for E. R. Squibb Company's ""Broxodent"" Electric Toothbrush; from Mt. Vernon, NY) Game 3: Gertrude Berg (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Paul Gordon - ""Beer Tester"" (for F & M Schaefer Brewing Company, Brooklyn, NY, which produces Schaeffer Beer; from Brooklyn, NY)

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Season 13, Episode 06 Joe E. Lewis

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Oct 8, 1961
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Joe E. Lewis Oct 8, 1961 Game 1: Roger Maris - ""Captain of Charter Fishing Boat"" (He is no relation to ""the"" Roger Maris, the famous baseball player. However, as told to John Daly, both ""Rogers"" are both from St. Petersburg, Florida, and have met.) Game 2: Mohan Singh Rai - ""Exports Monkeys (From India)"" (for Vita Products in Delhi, India) Game 3: Joe E. Lewis (as Mystery Guest) He promoted his appearance at the Copacabana by writing ""Copa"" after his name on the sign-in board.

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Season 13, Episode 07 Piper Laurie

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Oct 15, 1961
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Piper Laurie Oct 15, 1961 Game 1: Donna Abrescia - ""Stunt Parachutist"" (for ParaVenture, in connection with the 1961-1963 TV Series ""Ripcord"") Game 2: Ken Hale - ""Sells Salt"" (for the Morton Salt Company, he is from St. Louis, MO) Game 3: Piper Laurie (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 13, Episode 08 Yves Montand

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Oct 22, 1961
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Yves Montand Oct 22, 1961 Game 1: Steven Geiger - ""Sells False Faces for Halloween"" (Des-Art Company) Game 2: Aileen Eaton - ""Licensed Boxing Promoter (Only Woman in U.S.)"" (Married to Cal Eaton who promotes wrestling; from Los Angeles, California) Game 3: Yves Montand (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Anthony Stinis - ""Skywriter"" (for Skywriting Corporation of America, established in 1922; Also known as Andy Stinis, from Jamaica, Long Island, New York. Andy also invented a skywriting process called ""Skytyping"". His son Greg Stinis now runs the business Andy started. Visit their web page: Skytypers)

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Season 13, Episode 09 PREEMPTED WEEK #10 OF 25

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Oct 29, 1961
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PREEMPTED WEEK #10 OF 25 Oct 29, 1961

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Season 13, Episode 10 Louella O. Parsons

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Nov 5, 1961
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Louella O. Parsons Nov 5, 1961 Game 1: Edward P. Durfee - ""Poodle Clipper"" (at Musgrove Kennel) Game 2: Harry Ellswood, Jr. - ""Makes & Sells Balloons"" (for Ellswood, Inc. of Denver, Colorado, which appears to still be in business as of 2003; Upon exiting, Harry gave an ""Ellswood, Inc."" advertising balloon to each panel member! The panel promptly inflated them!) Game 3: Louella O. Parsons (her sign-in name) (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 13, Episode 11 Simone Signoret

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Nov 12, 1961
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Simone Signoret Nov 12, 1961 Game 1: Margaret McKean - ""Teaches New Dance Craze 'The Twist'"" (at Arthur Murray Studios) Game 2: Earle B. Collins - ""Makes Glue"" (LePage's Glue, Gloucester, Massachusetts, makers of the yellow liquid glue made from fish collagen) Game 3: Simone Signoret (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Constance Williams - ""General Manager of Men's Pro Hockey Team"" (Philadelphia Rebels)

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Season 13, Episode 12 Bob Hope

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Nov 19, 1961
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Bob Hope Nov 19, 1961 Game 1: John Robert Russell, the 13th Duke of Bedford - ""Runs Ancestral Estate as Tourist Attraction"" (Woburn Abbey, England) Visit Woburn Abbey Web Site In 1961, he stated the tour fee was only 32 cents! Game 2: Phyllis J. Harriman - ""Owns and Operates Cranberry Bog"" (In Massachusetts, an Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc. co-op member) Game 3: Bob Hope (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Eileen Ford - ""Subway Policewoman (N.Y. Transit Authority)""

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Season 13, Episode 13 Rudy Vallee

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Nov 26, 1961
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Rudy Vallee Nov 26, 1961 Game 1: Kirpal Singh (he signed his name with characters which John Daly described as Persian) - ""Rocket Designer"" (for Aerojet-General Corporation, his specialty is Propulsion Systems for the Polaris Submarine Missile System; Mr. Singh is originally from Punjab, India, but is now from Roseville, CA; he is a graduate of Sacramento State College in Sacramento, California; John stated that Mr. Singh was also a contestant on WML in 1955; at that time, he worked for the Naval Yards as a marine engineer) Game 2: Carole Chamberlain - ""Does Underwater Act In Nightclubs"" (from Akron, Ohio, she works for Bob Maxwell of Miami, Florida, at both the Marlin Beach Hotel in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and the Evergreen Hotel in Miami, Florida) Game 3: Rudy Vallee (as Mystery Guest) He used the most wonderful high-pitched disguised voice! He promoted his appearance in the 1961 Broadway musical written by Abe Burrows, ""How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying""

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Season 13, Episode 14 Janet Leigh

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Dec 3, 1961
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Janet Leigh Dec 3, 1961 Game 1: Miss Eva Adams - ""Director of the U.S. Mint"" (from Reno, Nevada) Game 2: Nelson Cruz Oris - ""Cow Dentist"" (originally from Colombia, South America, now from Texas; he has a DDS degree, but left the medical profession to work on cows; he is not a veterinarian; he puts crowns and bridges on the teeth of cattle) Game 3: Janet Leigh (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Ray Brown - ""Bottles Champagne"" (from Bath, New York, he works for the Taylor Wine Company, Hammondsport, New York)

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Season 13, Episode 15 Sir Michael Redgrave

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Dec 10, 1961
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Sir Michael Redgrave Dec 10, 1961 Game 1: Charles Goren (he signed in as Chas H. Goren, and the panel was blindfolded) - ""World's Foremost Authority on Game of Bridge"" Game 2: Sally Lehman - ""Lifeguard & Swimming Teacher at Men's College"" (at California Institute of Technology, also known as ""Cal Tech"" or ""CalTech"" in Pasadena, California) Game 3: Sir Michael Redgrave (as Mystery Guest #2)

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Season 13, Episode 16 Carol Burnett

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Dec 17, 1961
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Carol Burnett Dec 17, 1961 Game 1: Peter & Chalmers Elliott - ""Football Coaches"" (These men are brothers. Peter ""Pete"" Elliott is the coach for University of Illinois. Chalmers ""Bump"" Elliott is the coach for University of Michigan) Game 2: Loraine Wilson - ""Makes Monkey Cages"" Game 3: Carol Burnett (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Nina God - ""Professional Trumpet Player"" (She was first with the Israel Symphony Orchestra but now performs in nightclubs)

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Season 13, Episode 17 Hugh O'Brian

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Dec 24, 1961
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Hugh O'Brian Dec 24, 1961 Game 1: Father Nicholas Wegner (The priest signed in as ""X"" and the panel was not blindfolded) - ""Director of Boys Town"" (In 1948, Father Wegner became the second director of this legendary home for troubled boys. He replaced Father Flanagan, who founded Boys Town in 1917. Father Wegner stated that there were about 900 boys currently at Boys Town. He served the organization for twenty-five years.) Game 2: Suzie Schusler - ""Grows & Sells Mistletoe"" (from Sarasota, Florida) Game 3: Hugh O'Brian (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Jacques Lemoine - ""Director of 'What's My Line?' in Venezuela"" (originally from Paris, France, now from Venezuela; Jacques holds the role of moderator on the Venezuelan version of ""What's My Line?"" which he said is called ""Mi Trabajo e I"" which translates from Spanish to English as literally ""My Job and I.""

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Season 13, Episode 18 Mickey Rooney

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Dec 31, 1961
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Mickey Rooney Dec 31, 1961 Game 1: Ralph Saggese - ""Owner of Peppermint Lounge (Home of 'The Twist')"" (This is a popular cocktail bar & dance spot on 45th Street in New York City; he is from Jackson Heights, New York) Game 2: Dee Purcello - ""Professional Bowler"" (for American Machine & Foundry Co. ""AMF"") Game 3: Mickey Rooney (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 13, Episode 19 Sammy Davis Jr.

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Jan 7, 1962
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Sammy Davis Jr. Jan 7, 1962 Game 1: Eddie Asper - ""Baby Walrus Keeper"" (from San Pedro, California) Game 2: Norma Godfrey - ""Chiropractor"" (she is a D.C. practicing in Anchorage, Alaska) Game 3: Sammy Davis Jr. (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 13, Episode 20 Tuesday Weld

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Jan 14, 1962
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Tuesday Weld Jan 14, 1962 Game 1: Mario DePite - ""Gondolier"" (from Venice, Italy) Game 2: Teo Albers - ""Makes Automatic Cow Washing Machine"" (from Artesia, California. Teo invented and manufacturers this machine which washes a cow in 4 seconds using only 3 gallons of water per cow. Albers Manufacturing Company, Inc. is still in business as of 2003 and has a web site, http://www.albersdairyequipment.com/ Game 3: Tuesday Weld (as Mystery Guest) (She walked in on crutches!)

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Season 13, Episode 21 Ella Fitzgerald

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Jan 21, 1962
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Ella Fitzgerald Jan 21, 1962 Game 1: Gene Fullmer - ""Mink Rancher"" (He was also the 1957 to 1961 Middleweight Boxing Champion of the World, and was from West Jordan, Utah) Game 2: Natalie Kushmir - ""Russian Interpreter (For U.S. State Department) Game 3: Ella Fitzgerald (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Joseph Greco - ""Makes Telephone Booths"" (for Sharon Metallic Company; he is from Brooklyn, New York)

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Season 13, Episode 22 Polly Bergen

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Jan 28, 1962
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Polly Bergen Jan 28, 1962 Game 1: Paul Paterni - ""Chief of Counterfeiting Investigations (U.S. Secret Service)"" Game 2: George Sawyer - ""Sells Ping Pong Balls"" (for the Harvard Table Tennis Company; he is from Fitchburg, Massachusetts) Game 3: Polly Bergen (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 13, Episode 23 Bob Newhart

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Feb 4, 1962
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Bob Newhart Feb 4, 1962 Game 1: Mark Goodson & Bill Todman - ""Producers of 'What's My Line?'"" (the panel was blindfolded) Game 2: Dixie Cline - ""Veterinarian"" (from Akron, Colorado) Game 3: Bob Newhart (as Mystery Guest #2)

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Season 13, Episode 24 Johnny Carson

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Feb 11, 1962
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Johnny Carson Feb 11, 1962 Game 1: Toots Shor - ""Owns Toots Shor's Restaurant"" (on 52nd Street in Manhattan, New York, NY) Game 2: Lilly Yoker - ""Does Trick Bicycle Act"" (she also signed her name in Japanese characters) Game 3: Johnny Carson (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Marco Levi Laurenti - ""Makes Scissors"" (in Milan, Italy)

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Season 13, Episode 25 Horst Buchholz

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Feb 18, 1962
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Horst Buchholz Feb 18, 1962 Game 1: Henry Barnes (as Mystery Guest #1, he signed in as ""Mr. X"" and the panel was not blindfolded) - ""Traffic Commissioner of N.Y.C."" Game 2: Bertha Zema - ""Mushroom Picker (in Cave)"" (she picks mushrooms in limestone caves for the Butler County Mushroom Farm in West Winfield, Pennsylvania) Game 3: Horst Buchholz (as Mystery Guest #2) ""Arlene's Co-Star in One-Two-Three""

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Season 13, Episode 26 PREEMPTED WEEK #11 OF 25

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Feb 25, 1962
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PREEMPTED WEEK #11 OF 25 Feb 25, 1962

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Season 13, Episode 27 Olivia de Havilland

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Mar 4, 1962
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Olivia de Havilland Mar 4, 1962 Game 1: T.J. O'Malley - ""Head of Launch Team for Astronaut Glenn"" (from Mt. Clair, New Jersey, he worked for General Dynamics Corporation; Project Mercury, Astronaut John Glenn, Mercury-6 on February 20, 1962) Game 2: Elizabeth Orchard - ""Nut Farmer (Pecans)"" (from Texarkana, Texas) Game 3: Olivia de Havilland (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Melba Liston - ""Jazz Trombonist"" (currently from New York City, has played with Dizzy Gillespie and Quincy Jones)

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Season 13, Episode 28 Van Cliburn

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Mar 11, 1962
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Van Cliburn Mar 11, 1962 Game 1: Sargent Shriver - ""Director of Peace Corps"" (as Mystery Guest #1, the panel was blindfolded) (Shriver said the Peace Corps was established on March 1, 1960, and now had approximately 1000 people in 12 foreign countries.) Game 2: Rosa Kohl - ""Peels Bananas"" (for Sara Lee Corporation; Rosa stands at a conveyor belt and manually peels 900 bananas per hour for use in Sara Lee's Banana Cake; from River Grove, Illinois) Game 3: Van Cliburn (as Mystery Guest #2) He will not be able to compete in the second Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, Russia since he will be performing on the piano at the opening night (April 21, 1962) of the 1962 Seattle World's Fair (also known as the Century 21 Exposition). The International Tchaikovsky Competition is held every four years, and Van Cliburn took top honors in the first one in 1958. For more information, see Van Cliburn's August 3, 1958 WML appearance.

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Season 13, Episode 29 Keely Smith

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Mar 18, 1962
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Keely Smith Mar 18, 1962 Game 1: Father Joseph Dustin - ""Jazz Banjo Player"" (from Chicago, Illinois, St. Michael's Catholic Church; his 7-man band is domiciled in Detroit, Michigan, they have released two LPs on the Riverside label, titled ""Songs Father Taught Me"" and ""More Songs Father Taught Me"") Game 2: Nancy Lowe - ""Secretary to the 7 U.S. Astronauts"" (from Poquoson, Virginia, she works for NASA's seven Mercury Project Astronauts: Alan Shepard, Deke Slayton, Gordon Cooper, Gus Grissom, John Glenn, Scott Carpenter and Wally Schirra) Game 3: Keely Smith (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Bill Jones - ""Sausage Maker"" (for Jones Sausage Company, which has been in business since 1840; from Ft. Atkinson, Wisconsin)

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Season 13, Episode 30 Eddie Fisher

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Mar 25, 1962
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Eddie Fisher Mar 25, 1962 Game 1: Col. Mary M. Rasmuson, U.S. Army =and= Capt. Winifred Q. Collins, U.S. Navy - ""Commanding Officers of the WACS & WAVS"" (from Pittsburgh, PA =and= San Francisco, CA) Game 2: Jack Katowitz - ""Rents Reducing Machines"" (for the AAA Abbott Company; from New York City, NY) Game 3: Eddie Fisher (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Elsie Simon - ""Television School Teacher (N.Y.C. Board of Education)"" (Teaches ""The Wonder of Words"" to 3rd and 4th graders on local channel 11)

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Season 13, Episode 31 Joan Collins

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Apr 1, 1962
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Joan Collins Apr 1, 1962 Game 1: Chubby Checker (as Mystery Guest #1) - ""King of the Twist"" (he promoted his appearance at the Copa in NYC) Game 2: Charles P. Schriek, Jr. - ""Pretzel Twister"" (for the Lititz Pretzel House, also known as the Julius Sturgis Pretzel House, which has made homemade pretzels for over 100 years, since 1861; from Lancaster, PA; as of 2004, they are still in operation, http://www.sturgispretzel.com) Game 3: Joan Collins (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: Lavinia Berdge - ""Tests Lipsticks"" (for both Hazel Bishop, Inc. & Lanolin Plus, Inc.; from Newark, NJ)

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Season 13, Episode 32 The McGuire Sisters

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Apr 8, 1962
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The McGuire Sisters Apr 8, 1962 Game 1: Ray E. Dodge - ""Makes Hollywood 'Oscars' (Trophy Manufacturer)"" (Dodge Trophy Company, Los Angeles, CA; Ray Edgar Dodge was from Miami Beach, Florida) Game 2: Lillie McGuire (Mother of McGuire Sisters) - ""Minister"" (from ""near Dayton"", Ohio) Game 3: The McGuire Sisters (as Mystery Guest Trio) Game 4: Henry L. Smith - ""Shoes Race Horses (at Trotting Tracks)"" (from Newburg, NY, he works at Roosevelt Race Track, also known as Roosevelt Raceway of Westbury, Long Island, New York)

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Season 13, Episode 33 Casey Stengel

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Apr 15, 1962
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Casey Stengel Apr 15, 1962 Game 1: Al Ward - ""Operates San Francisco Cable Car"" (from San Francisco, CA) Game 2: Sylvia Mendoza - ""Income Tax Examiner"" (originally from Puerto Rico, now works for the IRS, Internal Revenue Service) Game 3: Casey Stengel (as Mystery Guest) (the audience gave him WILD applause!) Game 4: Luisa Bisbini - ""Juggler"" (from Milan, Italy, works for Barnum & Bailey Circus)

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Season 13, Episode 34 Hedda Hopper

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Apr 22, 1962
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Hedda Hopper Apr 22, 1962 Game 1: Mary Lou Sandher - ""Easter Bunny at Macy's Department Store"" (originally from Lanceford, PA; she works at Macy's ""Bunnyland"" in NYC) Game 2: M. O. Anderson - ""Makes Church Pews"" (Milton ""Bud"" Anderson is from Kawkawlin, MI, and is the president of the Kawkawlin Church Furniture Company; as of 2004, the company is still in business in Michigan and has a web page) Game 3: Hedda Hopper (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 13, Episode 35 Bob Cummings

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Apr 29, 1962
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Bob Cummings Apr 29, 1962 Game 1: Alana Tucker - ""Pigeon Trainer (U.S. Science Exhibit, Seattle World's Fair)"" (she works for the U.S. Department of Commerce; she was originally from Ketchikan, Alaska, and was ""Miss Alaska 1959"" in the ""Miss America 1960"" contest, under her maiden name Alana Rounds Carr) Game 2: Joyce Markson - ""Makes & Sells High Fashion Wigs"" (under her professional name of ""Joyce Christopher"") Game 3: Bob Cummings (as Mystery Guest) (Bob has beautiful handwriting)

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Season 13, Episode 36 Abe Burrows

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May 6, 1962
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Abe Burrows May 6, 1962 Game 1: Ann Schuling - ""Makes Racing Silks For Jockeys"" (from Gulfstream, FL) Game 2: June Poplar - ""Sells Life Insurance on Chickens"" (and turkeys, for the Hoffman Singleton Company; from Kansas City, MO, June is also the National Women's Scuba Diving Champion. In 1961, the two-woman team of Mary Edith ""Mel"" Lillis and June Poplar won the first International SCUBA Triathlon competitions in New Orleans.) Game 3: Abe Burrows (as Mystery Guest) (He held up ""yes"" and ""no"" signs to avoid voice recognition.) Game 4: Franz Furtner - ""Balances on One Finger in Circus, the Famous 'UNUS'"" (originally from Vienna, Austria, now from Sarasota, FL, he works for the Barnum & Bailey Circus; Unus is the Latin word for ""one""; On the net, I found this 1953 quote from Ernest Hemingway, printed in a circus magazine: ""In your dreams you watch Unus standing on one finger and you think: Look at such a fine, intelligent and excellent man making his living standing on one finger when most of us can't ev

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Season 13, Episode 37 Buddy Hackett

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May 13, 1962
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Buddy Hackett May 13, 1962 Game 1: Stephen Schlosman - ""Sells Ice Cubes"" (his product is ""Vend Ice"" and his company is ""Vend Mart, Inc."" He is from New York City, where he sells an average of 217,000 ice cubes per week during the winter; there is no relation to the current California corporation of the same name which was established in 1979) Game 2: Maxine Rieger - ""Operates Lie Detector"" (from Norfolk, VA, she studied at the Keeler Polygraph Institute, which was the first polygraph school) Game 3: Buddy Hackett (as Mystery Guest) (He signed in as ""Richard Burton"")

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Season 13, Episode 38 Diahann Carroll

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May 20, 1962
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Diahann Carroll May 20, 1962 Game 1: Edmund Hillary (signed in as E. P. Hillary) - ""Explorer, Conqueror of Mt. Everest"" (He has performed 81 lectures for World Book Encyclopedia, and is also a beekeeper) Game 2: J. F. McGlone - ""Sells Baby Rattles"" Game 3: Diahann Carroll (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: David Alden - ""Pickle Salesman"" (from Newark, NJ, works for Universal Pickle Works)

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Season 13, Episode 39 Shirley Booth

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May 27, 1962
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Shirley Booth May 27, 1962 Game 1: Jim Hickman & Bob Goldner - ""Navy Pilots (First to Find Astronaut Carpenter)"" (James Hickman, USN was from Dallas, Texas, and Robert Goldner, USN was from New Jersey. They piloted the Lockheed P2V-7 ""Neptune"" aircraft in the search and rescue of Astronaut Lt. Cmdr. Scott Carpenter after his Mercury spacecraft overshot its landing area on May 24, 1962. They were the first to spot his ""Aurora 7"" Project Mercury capsule in the ocean.) Game 2: Betty Bruce - ""African Safari Guide"" (from Owens Mills, MD; she operates the safari with her husband; the safari is not for hunting, but for sight-seeing and photography in Kenya and Tanganyika) Game 3: Shirley Booth (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 13, Episode 40 Raymond Burr

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Jun 3, 1962
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Raymond Burr Jun 3, 1962 Game 1: Keith E. Davis - ""Drill Sergeant for Women Marines"" (USMC; from Dunbar, West Virginia) Game 2: Helen A. Wagner - ""Vice-President of a Brewery"" (from Columbus, Ohio, she is employed by August Wagner Breweries, Inc., where they brewed the beer brands Augustiner and Gambrinus.) Game 3: Raymond Burr (as Mystery Guest) (The overlay screen showed, ""Raymond Burr, TV's Perry Mason"")

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Season 13, Episode 41 Rosemary Clooney

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Jun 10, 1962
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Rosemary Clooney Jun 10, 1962 Game 1: Claire Dower - ""Tax Collector"" (she collects personal and property taxes for the borough of Spotswood, NJ, for 6000 residents) Game 2: Fred Thomas - ""Cow Manicurist (Trims Hoofs)"" Game 3: Rosemary Clooney (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 13, Episode 42 James Mason

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Jun 17, 1962
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James Mason Jun 17, 1962 Game 1: Linda Humble - ""Elevator Operator in Space Needle (Seattle World's Fair)"" (last month, Linda was elected ""Miss Seattle"" Washington) Game 2: Joseph Musico - ""Makes Bridal Gowns"" (for Romance Bridal, Inc.; from Brooklyn, NY) Game 3: James Mason (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: James Smith - ""Sergeant in Irish National Police"" (from Dublin, Ireland, he is in America for his son's wedding)

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Season 13, Episode 43 Jerry Lewis

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Jun 24, 1962
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Jerry Lewis Jun 24, 1962 Game 1: Midge Moore (Marjorie Moore) - ""Captain of Charter Fishing Boat"" (from Saco, Maine) Game 2: David Huebert - ""Makes Boomerangs"" (for Isbell Boomerang Company; from Corn, Oklahoma) Game 3: Jerry Lewis (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Ruth Horan - ""Judo Instructor"" (for both the YWCA & St. John's University; from Hollis, Long Island, NY)

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Season 13, Episode 44 Anne Bancroft

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Jul 1, 1962
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Anne Bancroft Jul 1, 1962 Game 1: Irene Fischer - ""Crab Fisherman"" (from Baltimore, MD) Game 2: Dolores Carrell - ""Does 'Human Bomb' Act (Blows Self Up With Dynamite)"" (She gets in a box with 2 sticks of dynamite 12"" above her helmet-covered head. She exhales, and then her husband sets off the dynamite. The man who taught her this trick, Gene Beene, was a contestant on WML EPISODE #541 on December 4, 1960 episode. He still travels with the act.) Game 3: Anne Bancroft (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 13, Episode 45 Walter Pidgeon

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Jul 8, 1962
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Walter Pidgeon Jul 8, 1962 Game 1: Irene Ammons - ""Probation Officer"" (from Nampa, Idaho, she was recently chosen as ""Miss Idaho"") Game 2: Jay Thornburg - ""Makes Nitroglycerin"" (for the Naval Propellant Plant in Indian Head, Maryland) Game 3: Walter Pidgeon (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Ann Williams - ""Elephant Trainer"" (at Freedomland U.S.A., a theme park in the Bronx, New York, which was in operation from 1960 to 1964; She was originally from Houston, TX)

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Season 13, Episode 46 Paul Anka

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Jul 15, 1962
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Paul Anka Jul 15, 1962 Game 1: Willie Mays - ""Outfielder, S.F. Giants"" (as Mystery Guest #1) (Say Hey!) Game 2: Robert Shenmung (signed in as R. Shenmung) - ""Head of Design & Construction, Telstar Satellite"" (Developed by Bell Telephone Laboratories for AT&T; Robert said Telstar took about one year to build at a cost of one million dollars.) Game 3: Paul Anka (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: Jack Lambert - ""Weight Guesser (at Amusement Park)"" (from New Jersey; he works at Palisades Park right now, but travels to other parks during the year)

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Season 13, Episode 47 Benny Goodman

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Jul 22, 1962
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Benny Goodman Jul 22, 1962 Game 1: Norma Nolan - ""Miss Universe"" 1962 (as Mystery Guest #1) (She appeared in her pageant outfit: a long gown, sash, HUGE tiara and scepter.) Game 2: Rita La Roy Corbett - ""Sells Yachts"" (from Los Angeles, CA; she stated the value of her yachts as ""up to $100,000""; she is a former movie actress under the name of Rita La Roy) Game 3: Benny Goodman (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: Jens Soderberg - ""Professional Soccer Player"" (from Scandinavia, his Elfsberg team played today at Randall's Island, NY in the International Matches. Unfortunately, his team lost.)

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Season 13, Episode 48 Richard Chamberlain & Raymond Massey

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Jul 29, 1962
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Richard Chamberlain & Raymond Massey Jul 29, 1962 Game 1: Beulah Gallert - ""Makes Baseball Bats"" (from Dolgeville, NY, she owns the Adirondack Bat Company, and supplies quality bats to major league players such as recent July 15, 1962 mystery guest Willie Mays) Game 2: Caroline Schreiner - ""Directs Air Traffic From Control Tower"" (for the Federal Aviation Administration; from Hutchinson, KS; she routes 400 planes per day and is a former U.S. Marine) Game 3: Richard Chamberlain & Raymond Massey - ""Dr. Kildare & Dr. Gillespie "" (as Mystery Guest Duo)

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Season 13, Episode 49 Ginger Rogers

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Aug 5, 1962
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Ginger Rogers Aug 5, 1962 Game 1: Wayne Lindberg - ""Sells Vacuum Cleaners For Horses & Cows"" (from Wisconsin, he owns the Electric Cleaner Company, which manufacturers the ""Electro Groom"" for horses and the ""Dairy Vac"" for cows at a cost of $189.50 each. As of 2004, this company is still in the same business and has a web site here: http://www.electriccleaner.com/ ) Game 2: Eileen O'Shea - ""Assistant District Attorney"" (for the city of New York; she is from Bayside, Long Island, NY, and was appointed in February 1962 by Frank D. O'Connor) Game 3: Ginger Rogers (as Mystery Guest) Bennett nabbed her identity FAST! Ginger Rogers is a first cousin to Bennett's wife Phyllis Cerf, so he certainly knew that she was in town. Game 4: Mrs. R. Sutento - ""Runs Finnish Health Bath (Sauna)"" - (originally from Jamaica, now from NY, runs Erica's Sauna in Cue Gardens, Long Island, NY)

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Season 13, Episode 50 Red Buttons

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Aug 12, 1962
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Red Buttons Aug 12, 1962 Game 1: Sally Heanssler & Nancy Heanssler (teen sisters) - ""Lobster Fisherman"" (from Maine) Game 2: Donald F. Duncan, Jr. (he signed in as D. F. Duncan) - ""Makes Yo-Yos"" (From Wilmette, IL, President of the Duncan Yo-Yo Company.) Game 3: Red Buttons (as Mystery Guest) (signed in as ""Blue Zippers"" FYI, Red's birth name is Aaron Chwatt) Game 4: Frank N. Corrado - ""Cleans Exterior of Empire State Building (102 Stories High)"" (From NY, it takes 6 months to clean the exterior with the use of scaffolding. He works for a company that ""sounded like"" Rogel & Beth or Raugel & Beth.)

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Season 13, Episode 51 Shirley Jones

S13 E51

Aug 19, 1962
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Shirley Jones Aug 19, 1962 Game 1: Antony F. Matteresi - ""Master Sergeant U.S.M.C. (Leader of The White House Dance Band)"" (Abe Burrows guessed his identity, and all the cards were thrown over.) Game 2: Suzanne Boltz - ""County Jail Cook"" (for the Larimer County Jail in Fort Collins, Colorado) Game 3: Shirley Jones (as Mystery Guest) (She stumped the panel!) Game 4: T. J. Dane - ""Buys Telephone Poles"" (from Belmar, NJ)

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Season 13, Episode 52 Carol Channing

S13 E52

Aug 26, 1962
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Carol Channing Aug 26, 1962 Game 1: Dorinda Nicholson - ""Teaches Hula Dancing"" (originally from Hawaii, now from Independence, MO) Game 2: Ronald Nielsen - ""Chef at Women's College"" (from Columbia, MO, head chef for 350 female students at Central Christian College of the Bible in Moberly, Missouri) Game 3: Carol Channing (as Mystery Guest)

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