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What's My Line? Season 15

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Season 15, Episode 01 Mitch Miller

S15 E01

Sep 1, 1963
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Mitch Miller Sep 1, 1963 Game 1: Don Piccard (he signed in as ""X"" to avoid name recognition and the panel was not blindfolded) - ""Sells Passenger Balloons (Don Piccard)"" - (a clipart balloon graphic was also shown on the WML occupation overlay) (Donald L. Piccard works for Raven Industries, and sells hot air balloons; he is from Sioux Falls, SD; see more information below) Game 2: Mrs. Connie Greene - ""Raises Pigs"" (from Ainsworth, Iowa, she raises Hampshire pigs for breeding and show) Game 3: Mitch Miller (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Mrs. Barbara Shulman - ""Kindergarten Teacher"" (from Brooklyn, NY, she teaches at Public School #59, also known as PS59)

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Season 15, Episode 02 Hermione Gingold

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Sep 8, 1963
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Hermione Gingold Sep 8, 1963 Game 1: Miss Marilyn Patch - ""Ventriloquist, Star of Weekly Television Show"" (about age 10, from Natick, MA, her show named 'Marilyn and Calico' airs on station WHDH in Boston on Saturday mornings from 7AM to 8AM; Calico is a donkey; Marilyn is exceptionally bright and articulate for her young age; her parents write her show material and songs; Dorothy Kilgallen guessed her line in one set of questions; at Arlene's request, Marilyn sang a short song) Game 2: George Jackson - ""Tea Taster"" (for the Tetley Tea Company, he is originally from Auckland, New Zealand) Game 3: Hermione Gingold (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Miss Mary Johnson - ""Makes Football Helmets"" (for the Wilson Sporting Goods Company in Chicago; she adds the foam rubber to the helmets; she is from Elmwood Park, IL)

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Season 15, Episode 03 Allen Funt

S15 E03

Sep 15, 1963
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Allen Funt Sep 15, 1963 Game 1: Marilyn Levishon - ""Referee in Boxing Kangaroo Act"" (from Lakewood, CA, she and her husband perform boxing matches with 'Sydney The Boxing Kangaroo'.) Game 2: Paul Taylor - ""Makes Church Bells"" (from Loughborough, Leicestershire County, England, his family has owned the John Taylor Bellfoundry for 200 years, though the bell foundry dates back to the 14th century; his foundry installed the new carillon in the Washington National Cathedral) Game 3: Allen Funt (as Mystery Guest) - ""Allen (Candid Camera) Funt"" (Smile, you're on Candid Camera!)

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Season 15, Episode 04 Gordon and Sheila MacRae

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Sep 22, 1963
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Gordon and Sheila MacRae Sep 22, 1963 Game 1: Mrs. Lillian Kirchgasler - ""Nurse for Fischer Quintuplets"" (from Aberdeen, SD, location information which was initially withheld from the panel; Lillian works at St. Luke's Hospital; the Fischer quints were born on September 14, 1963 to small-town farmers Mary Anne & Andrew Fischer; 4 girls and 1 boy; these quintuplets made international news since they were the first surviving set of quints born in the United States; they were spontaneously occuring, with no use of fertility drugs) Game 2: Miss Danielle Marc - ""Sells American Newspapers in Paris"" (for the Paris edition of the New York Herald Tribune, which she sells on the famed Champs Elysee in Paris, France) Game 3: Gordon and Sheila MacRae (as Mystery Guest Duo)

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Season 15, Episode 05 Eydie Gorme

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Sep 29, 1963
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Eydie Gorme Sep 29, 1963 Game 1: Miss Famara Krassina - ""Teaches English at Moscow College"" (From Moscow, Russia. In addition to her job at Moscow College for Foreign Languages, she also works as an interpreter for the touring Moscow Circus. She handed out gifts of small pins to John and the panel. She is a very sweet girl.) Game 2: Henry Mundinger - ""Operates Scoreboard at Yankee Stadium, Chief Electrical"" (from NYC, he operates 5000 buttons on the scoreboard!) Game 3: Eydie Gorme (as Mystery Guest) Mrs. Steve Lawrence!

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Season 15, Episode 06 PREEMPTED WEEK #14 OF 25

S15 E06

Oct 6, 1963
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PREEMPTED WEEK #14 OF 25 Oct 6, 1963

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Season 15, Episode 07 Groucho Marx

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Oct 13, 1963
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Groucho Marx Oct 13, 1963 Game 1: Murray Spitzer - ""Makes Cosmetics for Dogs, Nail Polish, Perfume, Etc."" (from Brooklyn, NY, he owns the Animal Hygiene Research Company) Game 2: Miss Pattie Thomas - ""Evangelist (Travelling Preacher)"" (from Tulsa, OK, she is affiliated with the Assembly of God church) Game 3: Groucho Marx (as Mystery Guest) (Groucho signs in as ""Mr. & Mrs. John Smith"")

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Season 15, Episode 08 Carol Lawrence

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Oct 20, 1963
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Carol Lawrence Oct 20, 1963 Game 1: William Crowl (he signed in as Wm Crowl) - ""Captain of Glass-Bottom Boat named Arlene Francis"" (from Ocala, Florida, he has been a captain for 35 years; this tour boat in Silver Springs, FL was named after Arlene Francis when she visited Silver Springs in 1957 with her 1954-1957 television series ""Home."" The special boat views 25 varieties of fish and assorted vegetation; the panel was stumped!) Game 2: Mrs. Donna Spence - ""Makes Horseshoes for Race Horses"" (from Pinebluff, NC, she and her husband own Racehorse Shoes, Inc. and produce shoes for trotting horses) Game 3: Carol Lawrence (as Mystery Guest) She was charming and perky!

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Season 15, Episode 09 Ethel Merman

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Oct 27, 1963
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Ethel Merman Oct 27, 1963 Game 1: Miss Billie Jean Moore - ""Raises Mice for Research"" (from Raleigh, NC, she works for North Carolina State College) Game 2: Mr. C. W. Mundy (85 years old) - ""Paints Flagpoles"" (from Plainfield, NJ, he has been painting flagpoles for 65 years; he moves up and down their 100 foot height in a bosun's chair) Game 3: Ethel Merman (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 15, Episode 10 PREEMPTED WEEK #15 OF 25

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Nov 3, 1963
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PREEMPTED WEEK #15 OF 25 Nov 3, 1963

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Season 15, Episode 11 James Stewart

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Nov 10, 1963
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James Stewart Nov 10, 1963 Game 1: James Van Niekerk - ""Hunts Crocodiles"" (from North Rhodesia, Africa, his crocs sell for $1 per inch, measured around their girth) Game 2: Grace Stafford (as Contestant) - ""Voice of Woody Woodpecker"" (from California, the city was withheld from the panel; she gave a brief Woody Woodpecker ""laugh"" after her game; more information about her below) Game 3: James Stewart (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Miss Neeg Blommeberg - ""Men's Barber"" (originally from Sweden, now from Brunswick, NJ, she works for Helmar Larsen's Barber Shop; Helmar Larsen also owns a beauty shop; note that this singular profession was WML's most frequently used occupation over the years)

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Season 15, Episode 12 Charles Boyer

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Nov 17, 1963
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Charles Boyer Nov 17, 1963 Game 1: Y.A. Tittle (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel was blindfolded) - ""Quarterback New York Giants Football Team"" Game 2: Miss Flora S. Goldfarb - ""Ties Knots on End of Frankfurters"" (for Hebrew National Kosher Products; she is from Brooklyn, NY) Game 3: Charles Boyer (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: Louis Pearlman - ""Sells Feathers"" (for Gregory & Goldberg, she sells feathers, including marabou feathers, which are the downy feathers of marabou storks used for trimming garments; from Forest Hills, NY)

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Season 15, Episode 13 PREEMPTED WEEK #16 OF 25

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Nov 24, 1963
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PREEMPTED WEEK #16 OF 25 Nov 24, 1963

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Season 15, Episode 14 Alan King

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Dec 1, 1963
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Alan King Dec 1, 1963 Game 1: Colonel Harland Sanders - ""Head of Southern Fried Chicken Company"" (originally from Henryville, Indiana; now from Shelbyville, KY) Game 2: Paula Murphy - ""Automobile Test Driver, Set New Women's Speed Record"" (from Granada Hills, CA; she drove at an average speed of 161.29 mph in a Studebaker Avanti at the Bonneville Salt Flats) Game 3: Alan King (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Miss Shirlee Hirschberg - ""Truant Officer"" (from NYC, she stated the correct title of her job is ""attendance teacher"")

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Season 15, Episode 15 Sophie Tucker

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Dec 8, 1963
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Sophie Tucker Dec 8, 1963 Game 1: Mrs. Marion L. Tarr - ""U.S. Customs Inspector"" (at the Miami International Airport; she is from Miami, FL, and today is her birthday!) Game 2: Joseph S Peplinski & Jack Peplinski - ""Puts Laces in Footballs"" (for the Wilson Sporting Goods Company in Chicago, IL; the brothers have been in this business for 37 & 38 respective years) Game 3: Sophie Tucker (as Mystery Guest) Last of the Red Hot Mamas - John was quite impressed with her doughnut-shaped mauve feather hat. Game 4: Walter J. Buckert, Jr. - ""Sells Light Bulbs"" (for General Electric Company; from Palisades Park, NJ)

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Season 15, Episode 16 Victor Borge

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Dec 15, 1963
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Victor Borge Dec 15, 1963 Game 1: Miss Katherine Stubergh - ""Makes Figures For Wax Museums"" (for Walters International Wax Museum which will have exhibits at the upcoming New York World's Fair; from Los Angeles, CA) Game 2: Richard Cramer - ""Sells Doorknobs"" (for both Kwikset Locks and the American Door Corp; from Laurel, MD) Game 3: Victor Borge (as Mystery Guest) He scribbled ALL over the sign in board; he does a great job of disguising his Danish accent!

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Season 15, Episode 17 Mark Goodson & Bill Todman

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Dec 22, 1963
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Mark Goodson & Bill Todman Dec 22, 1963 Game 1: Msgr (Monsignor) John Rananello - ""Manufacturers Noodles"" (originally from New Rochelle, NY, now from Hong Kong; he runs a foreign aid charity food program and manufacturers 1 million pounds of noodles each month in a noodle factory, thereby feeding 400,000 Communist 'Red' Chinese refugees each month) Game 2: Miss Carol Stone - ""Personal Christmas Shopper For Men (in Department Store)"" (works for Bonwit Teller's '721 Club'; from Delray Beach, FL, temporarily in NYC) Game 3: Mark Goodson & Bill Todman (as Mystery Guest Duo) They currently have 35 half-hour programs on television, and this is the 14th Christmas of What's My Line? Game 4: Edgar Franken - ""Santa Claus at Macy's Department Store"" (originally from London, England, now from NY; he also works as an actor)

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Season 15, Episode 18 Ginger Rogers

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Dec 29, 1963
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Ginger Rogers Dec 29, 1963 Game 1: Abe Rosenberg - ""Earmuff Maker"" (from Flushing, NY) Game 2: Richard Guthrie (teen boy) - ""Rickshaw Operator"" (from Phoenix, Arizona) Game 3: Ginger Rogers (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Jacqueline Scarr - ""Stockbroker"" (originally from Paris, France)

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Season 15, Episode 19 Pearl Bailey

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Jan 5, 1964
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Pearl Bailey Jan 5, 1964 Game 1: Miss Harriet Goldstein - ""Taxicab Driver"" (from Brooklyn, NY) Game 2: Carl Otto - ""Makes Corn Cob Pipes"" (from Washington, Missouri, which is near St. Louis; he makes 8 - 10 million corn cob pipes annually for the Missouri Merchant Pipe Company) Game 3: Pearl Bailey (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: James P. Walsh - ""Sells Garbage Cans"" (for the Wheeling Corrugating Company, he sells corrugated steel garbage cans; from Secaucus Center, NJ)

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Season 15, Episode 20 Noel Coward

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Jan 12, 1964
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Noel Coward Jan 12, 1964 Game 1: Marion Ladewig (she signed in under her married name of Marion Van Ousten to avoid name recognition) - ""Professional Bowler (U.S. Champion)"" (from Grand Rapids, MI; she has won many honors, including 'Best Woman Bowler' 9 times and 'World Invitational Champion' 4 times; her highest score is 299; she promotes Brunswick Corporation bowling products) Game 2: Mr. W.J. Kelly - ""Banana Inspector"" (from Baltimore, MD) Game 3: Noel Coward (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 15, Episode 21 Van Heflin

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Jan 19, 1964
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Van Heflin Jan 19, 1964 Game 1: Miss Jerri Whittington - ""Secretary to President Johnson"" (from West Rider, MD, she described President Lyndon Johnson with the following words, ""great warmth, fair, kind, a perfectionist""; Jerri was the first African-American secretary in the White House; her birth name may have been Geraldine Whittington) Game 2: Mr. Sabin Segal - ""Sells Bird Seed"" (Sales Manager for Hartz Mountain Products, he sold 2 million dollars of bird seed last year; from New York) Game 3: Van Heflin (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Joan Higgins (Mrs. Joan Higgins Fairfax) - ""Band Leader (All Girl Orchestra)"" (from Englewood Cliffs, NJ, she leads a 14 piece girl band; there is a glitch on the kinescope when John says the name of the band)

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Season 15, Episode 22 Jonathan Winters

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Jan 26, 1964
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Jonathan Winters Jan 26, 1964 Game 1: Mrs. Alice Gilbert - ""Justice of the Peace"" (from Birmingham, MI in Bloomfield Township) Game 2: Miss Cissy Browne - ""Sells Water Skis"" (for Pan American Skis, Inc.; from Memphis, TN; the skis are made of mahogany) Game 3: Jonathan Winters (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 15, Episode 23 George Burns

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Feb 2, 1964
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George Burns Feb 2, 1964 Game 1: Mr. Eleman Falkenberg - ""Runs Clinic on How to Stop Smoking"" (from a town near Boston, MA; he is also a Reverend and co-wrote a book titled ""How to Stop Smoking in Five Days"". Game 2: Miss Dee-Dee Winner (Diana Lois Mary Elisabeth Winner) - ""Owns and Races Greyhounds"" (originally from NY, now from Miami, FL; she credited her trainer Phil Wilmot) Game 3: George Burns (as Mystery Guest) Smoking a cigar, naturally!

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Season 15, Episode 24 Jane Fonda

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Feb 9, 1964
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Jane Fonda Feb 9, 1964 Game 1: Johnny Mercer (as Mystery Guest #1) - ""Songwriter"" Game 2: Irving Kantor - ""Makes 'Beatle' Wigs"" (for the Lowell Toy Mfg. Corp; salaried; they sell for $2.98 each, they are producing 20,000 per day and have ""well over"" 300,000 orders to fill; after his line was shown on the screen, a photograph of the Fab Four was briefly shown; from NYC) Game 3: Jane Fonda (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: Joel Grossman - ""Sells Mustard"" (for French's Mustard Co, which is owned by Reckitt & Colman; salaried; from Fort Lee, NJ)

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Season 15, Episode 25 Carol Burnett

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Feb 16, 1964
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Carol Burnett Feb 16, 1964 Game 1: A.C. Nielsen Jr. (Arthur C. Nielsen, Jr., he signed in as ""Mr. X"" to avoid name recognition, and the panel was not blindfolded) - ""Runs Television Rating Service (Nielsen Ratings)"" Game 2: George Boyce, Jr. - ""Makes Snowshoes"" (for Snowcraft, Inc.; from Norway, Maine) Game 3: Carol Burnett (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: Michael Lenarsey - ""Jackie Gleason's Valet"" (from West Palm Beach, FL)

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Season 15, Episode 26 Bert Lahr

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Feb 23, 1964
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Bert Lahr Feb 23, 1964 Game 1: Paul B. Keenan - ""Elevator Operator & Guide at Washington Monument"" (from Washington, D.C., he stumped the panel) Game 2: Miss Suzanne Zvanut - ""Beer Tester"" (for Falstaff Brewing Company, she is a graduate microbiologist; from St. Charles, MO) Game 3: Bert Lahr (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Thomas Lenane - ""Head of Marriage License Bureau"" (from New York City, NY; he can also perform the marriage ceremony, and performed 50,000 ceremonies last year; marriage licenses cost $4 each; he has 13 years on the job)

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Season 15, Episode 27 Debbie Reynolds

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Mar 1, 1964
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Debbie Reynolds Mar 1, 1964 Game 1: Miss Kay Day - ""Trains Race Horses"" (from El Paso, TX, she trains horses at Sunland Park, NM, since parimutuel wagering is not legal in Texas) Game 2: Lewis Kert - ""Diplomatic Courier for U.S. State Department"" (from Los Angeles, CA; there is some kinescope damage, and the film jumps around a bit during his game) Game 3: Debbie Reynolds (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Hugo W. Castello - ""Sword Maker, Makes Fencing Foils, Sabres, etc."" (for his firm, Castello Fencing Equipment Company; from New York City, NY; Hugo Castello is also a NCAA Fencing Champion for New York University, and has authored fencing books also)

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Season 15, Episode 28 Steve Allen

S15 E28

Mar 8, 1964
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Steve Allen Mar 8, 1964 Game 1: Stan Musial (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel was blindfolded) Stan The Man! Professional Baseball Player Game 2: Mrs. Nancy Henry - ""Inspects & Packs Adhesive Bandages (Band-Aids)"" (for the Johnson & Johnson Company; from Somerset, NJ) Game 3: Steve Allen (as Mystery Guest #2) He first signed in as ""Ted Mack"" of the ""Original Amateur Hour"" fame, then crossed it out and wrote his own name. Game 4: Mr. Toni Wilson - ""Buys & Sells Honey"" (for his firm, the R.B. Wilson Company; from Yonkers, NY)

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Season 15, Episode 29 Allan Sherman

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Mar 15, 1964
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Allan Sherman Mar 15, 1964 Game 1: Tom Madden - ""Rents Geese (To Eat Weeds)"" (rents geese to primarily cotton farmers; 2 geese per acre do the work of one man in clearing the fields of unwanted wild grasses such as Johnson grass; from Kennett, MO) Game 2: Miss Pam Sanders - ""Foreign Correspondent (Just Returned from Viet-Nam & Laos)"" (from Manilla, Philippines; she worked for 2 years for Time Magazine) Game 3: Allan Sherman (as Mystery Guest) He almost stumped the panel!

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Season 15, Episode 30 Louis Armstrong

S15 E30

Mar 22, 1964
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Louis Armstrong Mar 22, 1964 Game 1: Mrs. Elaine Mason - ""Prepares Income Tax Returns"" (for her company, D & E Mason Income Tax Service; from Chicago, IL; she stumped the panel! Game 2: Ed Dempsey - ""Makes Aspirin Tablets"" (for the Norwich Pharmaceutical Company; from Norwich, NY; he produces 9 million aspirin tablets per day) Game 3: Louis Armstrong (he signed in as ""Satchmo"", his famous nickname, which is short for ""Satchel Mouth"") (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 15, Episode 31 Bette Davis

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Mar 29, 1964
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Bette Davis Mar 29, 1964 Game 1: ""Astrologer"" Game 2: ""Raises Rabbits"" Game 3: Bette Davis (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 15, Episode 32 Van Cliburn

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Apr 5, 1964
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Van Cliburn Apr 5, 1964 Game 1: Lowell Thomas (as Mystery Guest #1) Game 2: Circus Juggler Game 3: Van Cliburn (as Mystery Guest #2) Per Gil Fates' handwritten logs, there was not enough time for the next scheduled contestant, a person who sells false teeth.

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Season 15, Episode 33 Barbra Streisand

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Apr 12, 1964
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Barbra Streisand Apr 12, 1964 Game 1: Mr. Lee Shephard & Miss Lee Shepherd (their names sound the same, but are not spelled the same) - ""Television Weather Reporters"" (for stations WTOP & WJBK; from Washington D.C., and Detroit, MI) Game 2: Claude Goodyear - ""Makes Nitroglycerine"" (for the National Powder Company in Eldred, PA; from Olean, NY; he has been employed by them for 13 years) Game 3: Barbra Streisand (as Mystery Guest) She signed in as ""Barbraesi ?? Streisand"" complete with the question marks. Game 4: Mac Scherer - ""Grinds & Packs Pepper"" (for Pride of India Pepper Estates, Ltd.; from Brooklyn, NY)

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Season 15, Episode 34 Edie Adams

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Apr 19, 1964
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Edie Adams Apr 19, 1964 Game 1: Frederick Baker - Town Crier of Stratford-On-Avon, England"" (this darling elderly man gave examples of his vocal work after his game) Game 2: Miss Sydney Ann Zatzkin - ""Usher at Shea Stadium, New Home of N.Y. Mets Baseball Team"" (the Mets won today, 6 to 0) Game 3: Edie Adams (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: John Hannon - ""Makes Surfboards"" (for his company, Hannon Surfboards; his surfboards are made of polyurethane foam and fiberglass, not wood; from Garden City, NY)

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Season 15, Episode 35 Louis Jourdan

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Apr 26, 1964
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Louis Jourdan Apr 26, 1964 Game 1: Yogi Berra (as Mystery Guest #1) - ""Manager of N.Y. Yankees Baseball Team"" (after his game, his wife joined him on stage for a cameo appearance; she was only named as Mrs. Yogi Berra; they were recently wed) Game 2: Miss Susie Vankovich - ""Milks, Feeds & Grooms Elsie the Cow (at N.Y. World's Fair)"" (for The Borden Company; from Logan, WV) Game 3: Louis Jourdan (as Mystery Guest #2)

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Season 15, Episode 36 The McGuire Sisters

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May 3, 1964
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The McGuire Sisters May 3, 1964 Game 1: Jim McClellen - ""Hippopotamus Trainer"" (at Jungleland in Thousand Oaks, CA; he teaches them simple tricks such as sitting and lying down) Game 2: Miss Brenda Berlin - ""Fingerprint Examiner for Ontario Police Department"" (she has been a technician for 2 months; from Toronto, Ontario, Canada) Game 3: The McGuire Sisters (as Mystery Guest Trio) Game 4: Gordon Tallman - ""Makes Golf Tees"" (for the Bullard Lumber Company; from Hyde Park, UT)

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Season 15, Episode 37 Beatrice Lillie

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May 10, 1964
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Beatrice Lillie May 10, 1964 Game 1: Bill Hartack (as Mystery Guest #1) ""Jockey (Four Time Kentucky Derby Winner)"" (he broke the track record riding the horse Northern Dancer) Game 2: Manley J. Luckey - ""Makes Sober Meters (to Test Intoxication)"" (he owns Luckey Laboratories, Inc., and is from San Bernardino, CA) Game 3: Beatrice Lillie (as Mystery Guest #2)

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Season 15, Episode 38 Jack Lemmon

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May 17, 1964
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Jack Lemmon May 17, 1964 Game 1: Mrs. Mayme Ward - ""Sews Blankets for Horses and Elephants"" (from Baraboo, WI; in conjunction with the Wisconsin Historical Society, she makes highly decorated blankets for use in the upcoming 4th of July circus and parade in Milwaukee. Sponsored by Schlitz Beer, the festivities are named 'A Day in Old Milwaukee'; for trivia, we are told that Mrs. Ward was formerly a flying trapeze artist) Game 2: Mrs. Ruth Bussey - ""Supermarket Check-Out Girl (1964 Checker of the Year)"" (from Tampa, FL, she works for B & B Supermarket) Game 3: Jack Lemmon (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 15, Episode 39 Jayne Mansfield

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May 24, 1964
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Jayne Mansfield May 24, 1964 Game 1: Mr. Tracy Barnes - ""Balloon Pilot"" (pilots hot air balloon for advertising and promotional ventures; from Minneapolis, MN) Game 2: Stan Erlandson - ""Makes Snuff"" (head of U.S. Tobacco Co.; from Villa Park, IL) Game 3: Jayne Mansfield (as Mystery Guest) (age 31)

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Season 15, Episode 40 Liberace

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May 31, 1964
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Liberace May 31, 1964 Game 1: Miss Elaine LéGaro - ""Magician's Assistant (Gets Sawed in Half, Etc.)"" (from Philadelphia, PA, Elaine LeGaro is performing at the General Cigar Pavilion at the N.Y. World's Fair) Game 2: John Lange - ""Makes Peanut Butter"" (for Skippy Peanut Butter; from University Park, TX; Arlene noted his physical resemblance to evangelist Billy Graham) Game 3: Liberace (as Mystery Guest) His signature included a lovely drawing of a grand piano complete with his trademark candelabra on top. Game 4: Joe Crane - ""Inspects & Packs Parachutes"" (for his firm, the Joe Crane & Co. Parachute Loft; he is also the Chairman of the Board of the Parachute Club of America; from Westbury, Long Island, NY) His biography is on the web: http://www.parachutehistory.com/men/cranej.html

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Season 15, Episode 41 Helen Hayes

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Jun 7, 1964
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Helen Hayes Jun 7, 1964 Game 1: Sheilah Graham (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel was blindfolded) - ""Hollywood Columnist"" (in association with the North American Newspaper Alliance) Game 2: Mr. T. G. Clark - ""Rents Graduation Caps & Gowns"" (for the Collegiate Cap & Gown Service; from Greenwich, CT) Game 3: Helen Hayes (as Mystery Guest #2)

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Season 15, Episode 42 Gina Lollobrigida

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Jun 14, 1964
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Gina Lollobrigida Jun 14, 1964 Game 1: Mrs. Florence Latham - ""Drives Garbage Truck"" (for her firm, Latham Sanitation Co., from Deep River, CT) Game 2: Carl F. Ehrenberg - ""Sells Babies' Cribs"" (for Port-a-Crib; crib size 40"" x 30""; from St. Louis, MO) Game 3: Gina Lollobrigida (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Danny Ferguson - ""Professional Soccer Player"" (The International Soccer League; from Edinburgh, Scotland; his team 'Heart of Midlothian' played in a tournament today on Randall's Island, NY and defeated the Brazilian team)

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Season 15, Episode 43 Frank Fontaine

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Jun 21, 1964
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Frank Fontaine Jun 21, 1964 Game 1: Mrs. Irene McGillicuddy - ""Chiropractor"" (from Toronto, Ontario, Canada; in practice since 1919; age 77) Game 2: Mrs. Karon Epperson (pronounced as ""Karen"") - ""Sells Motorcycles"" (for Honda of Dayton; from Dayton, OH) Game 3: Frank Fontaine (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 15, Episode 44 Carroll Baker

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Jun 28, 1964
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Carroll Baker Jun 28, 1964 Game 1: Mr. N. E. Skinner - ""Washes Bulls (For Cattle Shows & Sales)"" (he owns the Skinner Washing Service company, and has washed over 100,000 bulls with pressure machinery; from Broken Bow, NE) Game 2: Mrs. Fern V. Miller - ""Superintendent of U.S. Mint, Denver, CO"" (from Platteville, CO, Fern Miller was appointed by then-President John F. Kennedy in May 1961) Game 3: Carroll Baker (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Mr. J. E. Metzger - ""Makes Yogurt"" (he is the head of the Dannon Yogurt Co.; from White Plains, NY)

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Season 15, Episode 45 Sue Lyon

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Jul 5, 1964
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Sue Lyon Jul 5, 1964 Game 1: Peter Gabel (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel was blindfolded) - ""Son of Arlene Francis and Martin Gabel"" ""Guide at N. Y. World's Fair"" Game 2: Miss Joyce Ivey- ""Sorts Mosquitoes (U.S. Gov't Research)"" (from Atlanta, GA, she works for the public health service, most likely the Center for Disease Control (CDC), sorting 180 species of mosquitoes to determine which species carry which viruses for research of prevention of communicable diseases) Game 3: Sue Lyon (as Mystery Guest #2)

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Season 15, Episode 46 E.G. Marshall

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Jul 12, 1964
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E.G. Marshall Jul 12, 1964 Game 1: Miss Gigi Mackh (aka Gloria Mackh) - ""Ski Instructor"" (from Vienna, Austria, she is also currently ""Miss Austria"", and will be in the upcoming Miss Universe pageant to be held on August 1, 1964 in Miami Beach, FL; she is also a champion water skier) Game 2: Mrs. Ann Quinlan - ""President of Pretzel Company"" (owns Quinlan Pretzel Co. of Redding, PA; she said that Quinlan's Pretzels invented the pretzel twisting machine and revolutionized the entire pretzel industry; Robert Q. Lewis recognized her name and guessed her identity on his first question, although the game played on a few more turns) Game 3: E.G. Marshall (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: John Henderson - ""Paints Bridges (George Washington Bridge, etc.)"" (he works for the Port Authority of N.Y.; from Fords, NJ)

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Season 15, Episode 47 Jack Palance

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Jul 19, 1964
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Jack Palance Jul 19, 1964 Game 1: John Fulton - ""Bullfighter"" (from Philadelphia, PA, he is the first American to earn the full matador title in Spain; he also performs in Mexico, and will be in Tijuana in August 1964) Game 2: John Vadas - ""Develops and Tests Candy Flavored Lipsticks"" (for the Cutex division of Cheseborough-Ponds Inc.; from Stamford, CT)

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Season 15, Episode 48 Peter Lawford

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Jul 26, 1964
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Peter Lawford Jul 26, 1964 Game 1: Bobby Nichols (as Mystery Guest #1, he signed in as Mr. X and the panel was not blindfolded) ""Professional Golfer (1964 PGA Champion)"" (from Louisville, KY; at age 16 he was in a bad auto accident, but made a comeback in golf) Game 2: Mrs. Julia S. Berolzheimer - ""Makes Shoelaces"" (she is the Vice President of her company, Diamond Braiding Mill; from Tarpon Springs, FL; such a cute contestant, she smiles all the way through her game) Game 3: Peter Lawford (as Mystery Guest #2) He signed in as ""Lassie"" which might be a reference to the episode of July 12, 1964 when Arlene said of the mystery guest, ""Let's face it, he's either a doctor, a lawyer, or a dog."" A second explanation was submitted below, which explains that this also may have been referring to Lawford's starring role in the 1945 film, ""Son of Lassie"".

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Season 15, Episode 49 Carol Channing

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Aug 2, 1964
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Carol Channing Aug 2, 1964 Game 1: Billy Spencer - ""Professional Water Skier (Men's World Champion)"" (teen boy from Sarasota, FL; in 1963 at age 15 he won the 'VIIIth World Water Ski Championship' Tournament in Vichy, France under the training of Joe Cash; the title lasts for two years; Billy also instructs water skiing and skis barefoot too) Game 2: Dan Walston - ""Manufactures Telephones"" (engineer for Western Electric Co.; from Indianapolis, IN; he is developing the new Touch Tone (push button) telephone, which is currently on display at the N.Y. World's Fair) Game 3: Carol Channing (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Walter White, Jr. - ""Prints Credit Cards (American Express Company)"" (from NY)

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Season 15, Episode 50 Olivia de Havilland

S15 E50

Aug 9, 1964
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Olivia de Havilland Aug 9, 1964 Game 1: Miss Florence Hayashi - ""Policewoman"" (from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) Game 2: Robert DeMartini - ""Tent Maker"" (sells and rents all tent sizes for Eureka Tent & Awning Co.; from Binghamton, NY; Listen to John Daly say, ""His name should be Omar."" Eek) Game 3: Olivia de Havilland (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Miss Stephanie Beall (pronounced as Bell) - ""Plays Billiards (to Demonstrate Tables)"" (for American Machine & Foundry Co. ""AMF""; from Massapequa, NY)

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Season 15, Episode 51 Tony Randall

S15 E51

Aug 16, 1964
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Tony Randall Aug 16, 1964 Game 1: Jimmy Kline - ""Porpoise Trainer (Trains Porpoises For New York World's Fair)"" (He is currently at the Florida exhibit of the World's Fair; from Pennsylvania) Game 2: Miss Isabel Bernier - ""Shoeshine Girl"" (at Monkey Shines, 52nd St. & Broadway, NYC; from Manhattan, NY, NY) Game 3: Tony Randall (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: James H. Geist - ""Sells Sawdust"" (sells 800 lb. bags for his company, Miami Sawdust Supply Co.)

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Season 15, Episode 52 Bob Cummings

S15 E52

Aug 23, 1964
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Bob Cummings Aug 23, 1964 Game 1: Colonel Chuck Yeager (he signed in as C.E. Yeager, and the panel was not blindfolded) - Two occupation overlay screens were shown: ""First Pilot to Break The Sound Barrier"" and ""Commandant of Space Pilot School"" (originally from Hamlin, WV, currently in CA; trains at the Air Force Space Pilot School, actually known as ARPS or USAF Aerospace Research Pilot School, at Edwards Air Force Base, California; On October 14, 1947, Yeager broke the sound barrier over the town of Victorville, California.) Game 2: Miss Snooks Rourk (Mr. Daly explained that she ""hates"" her real first name) - ""Shoes Horses"" (college student from Miami, FL) Game 3: Bob Cummings (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 15, Episode 53 Paul Anka

S15 E53

Aug 30, 1964
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Paul Anka Aug 30, 1964 Game 1: Mr. & Mrs. O. L. Lambert, Jr. - ""Window Washers"" (union members who work on scaffolding; from El Cajon, CA) Game 2: Miss Sura Malek ""Makes & Sells Cotton Candy"" (at Palisades Park; from Fort Lee, NJ) Game 3: Paul Anka (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Marc Massaro - ""Raises Racing Pigeons"" (and sells them too; from West Haven, CT)

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