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Season 06, Episode 01 Sal Maglie & Duke Snider

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Sep 5, 1954
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Sal Maglie & Duke Snider Sep 5, 1954 Game 1: Miss Jun Morrison (her first name is pronounced as ""June"") - ""Rockette (Dancer at Radio City Music Hall)"" (salaried; from New York) Game 2: Anthony Vellek - ""Makes Flea Powder"" (salaried; he makes Hilo Flea Powder pet insecticide for cats & dogs; from Norwalk, CT) Game 3: Sal Maglie & Duke Snider (as Mystery Guest Duo) The occupation overlay screens read; ""New York Giants"" and ""Brooklyn Dodgers""

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Season 06, Episode 02 Alfred Hitchcock

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Sep 12, 1954
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Alfred Hitchcock Sep 12, 1954 Game 1: Lee Meriwether (as Mystery Guest #1) ""Miss America 1955"" Game 2: Paul Haas - ""Fits Men's Corsets"" (for both cosmetic and medical purposes; salaried; from Milwaukee, WI) Game 3: Alfred Hitchcock (as Mystery Guest #2) Next to his name, he drew his famous ""face profile"" on the sign-in board. Game 4: Miss Tala Forman (formerly known as Natasha Lytess) - ""Marilyn Monroe's Dramatic Coach"" (salaried; from Los Angeles, CA; Bennett won this game on the free guess; she spoke with an accent; see notes below)

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Season 06, Episode 03 Gina Lollobrigida

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Sep 19, 1954
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Gina Lollobrigida Sep 19, 1954 Game 1: Robert Young (as Mystery Guest #1) Game 2: A person who runs a school for bartenders Game 3: Gina Lollobrigida (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: A male bathing suit manufacturer

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Season 06, Episode 04 Red Skelton

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Sep 26, 1954
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Red Skelton Sep 26, 1954 Game 1: Mrs. Lilian J. Rowen - ""Manages Turkish Bath For Women"" (salaried; from New York, NY) Game 2: Dale Evans & Roy Rogers (as Mystery Guest Duo) They appeared in decorative Western dress. Game 3: Red Skelton (as Mystery Guest #2)

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Season 06, Episode 05 Jeff Chandler

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Oct 3, 1954
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Jeff Chandler Oct 3, 1954 Game 1: Edward Montague (Edward Francis Montague) - ""Baseball Scout (For N.Y. Giants)"" (salaried; he discovered and signed baseball great Willie Mays when Mays was playing for the Birmingham Barons; from San Francisco, CA; see notes below) Game 2: Miss Helen Craig - ""Bronco Buster"" (salaried; from Oklahoma City, OK) Game 3: Jeff Chandler (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 06, Episode 06 Fernando Lamas

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Oct 10, 1954
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Fernando Lamas Oct 10, 1954 Game 1: Mr. O. E. Tibbs (Edwin Tibbs) - ""Test Pilot For Jet Bombers"" (salaried; he is the chief test pilot for Martin Company bombers; he donated his game winnings to the Baltimore Community Chest; from Baltimore, MD) Game 2: Mrs. E. K. Greenberger (Eva Greenberger) - ""Runs Fat Men's Clothing Shop"" (self-employed; she owns and operates her store; from New York, NY) Game 3: Fernando Lamas (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Miss Eileen Domellan - ""Gas Station Attendant"" (salaried; she works at the Shell Gasoline Station on Gasoline Alley, and although it was hard to understand her, it sounded as if she said the station was located at Hillside and Metropolis Streets; we don't know her hometown, since time was running short and both John and Bennett failed to ask; I suspect she was from NY)

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Season 06, Episode 07 Merle Oberon

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Oct 17, 1954
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Merle Oberon Oct 17, 1954 Game 1: Miss Ruth Ezekiel - ""Dentist"" (salaried; she works for the Guggenheim Foundation; she wore Indian sari clothing; from Bombay, India) Game 2: Mrs. Cora Sayler - ""Washes Cows"" next screen ""This is a trick. She stumped our panel just six months ago."" (salaried; elderly; she works for Walker-Gordon Dairy Farm; from Cranbury, NJ; she had previously appeared on EPISODE #208 on May 23, 1954, which is actually only five months ago, yet the occupation overlay screen read ""six months ago"") Game 3: Merle Oberon (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Ruth Crawford & Ruby Crawford - ""Lawyers"" (identical twins wearing identical clothing; John failed to say whether they were salaried or self-employed; from Atlanta, GA)

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Season 06, Episode 08 PREEMPTED WEEK #1 OF 25

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Oct 24, 1954
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PREEMPTED WEEK #1 OF 25 Oct 24, 1954

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Season 06, Episode 09 Ray Milland

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Oct 31, 1954
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Ray Milland Oct 31, 1954 Game 1: Miss Gudny Thorgeirsdottir - ""Race Horse Jockey"" (salaried; from Iceland) Game 2: Wm. L. Jenkins (William L. Jenkins) - ""Guards the Gold At Fort Knox"" (salaried; he is the supervisor of all the Ft. Knox guards; from Lexington, KY) Game 3: Ray Milland (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Oscar Ansell - ""Sells Voting Booths"" (salaried; from Springfield, IL)

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Season 06, Episode 10 Dick Powell

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Nov 7, 1954
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Dick Powell Nov 7, 1954 Game 1: Mrs. Iris Blitch - ""Congresswoman (Just Elected)"" (salaried; representing Georgia in the U. S. House of Representatives; Democrat; from Homerville, GA) Game 2: Mrs. Ruby Warren - ""Counts Fish in Columbia River (For U. S. Government)"" (salaried; she works for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, counting salmon and other fish as they navigate the fish ladder to swim up and over the Bonneville Dam; from Skamania, WA) Game 3: Dick Powell (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Jack Walsh - ""Professional Strongman"" (self-employed; John said that he back-lifted 4,235 lbs.; from Trenton, NJ; see notes below)

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Season 06, Episode 11 Elizabeth Taylor

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Nov 14, 1954
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Elizabeth Taylor Nov 14, 1954 Game 1: Hal Gold - ""Fireman"" (He put out a fire at Dorothy Kilgallen's house which occurred on 12/15/1953; Bennett Cerf guessed his line at $35) Game 2: Zana Stanley - ""Handles Bad Checks (For the District Attorneys' Office)"" (won the full $50) Game 3: Elizabeth Taylor (as Mystery Guest) Dorothy Kilgallen guessed her identity at $5. Game 4: Tony Provenzano - ""Tests Teakettle Whistles"" (won the full $50)

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Season 06, Episode 12 Ginger Rogers

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Nov 21, 1954
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Ginger Rogers Nov 21, 1954 Game 1: Edward Morse - ""Casting Director For Paramount Pictures"" (salaried; from Los Angeles, CA) Game 2: William J. Vana - ""Makes Mustard Plasters"" (salaried; from Chicago, IL) Game 3: Ginger Rogers (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Gerhard Williams - ""Governor of Michigan, G. Mennen 'Soapy' Williams"" (salaried; he wore glasses and a straight tie to fool the panel; he gave polka-dot bow ties to John and the panel; he donated his winnings to the Muscular Dystrophy Association; from Detroit, MI)

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Season 06, Episode 13 Herbert Marshall

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Nov 28, 1954
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Herbert Marshall Nov 28, 1954 Game 1: Len Dobbins (Leonard Dobbins) - ""Football Referee, Worked Yesterday's Army Navy Game"" (salaried; he is also a zipper salesman for the Anchor Slide Fastener System company; from Freeport, Long Island, NY) Game 2: Miss Betty Skelton - ""Test Driver For Automobile Factory"" (she test drives for Dodge; salaried; she holds the women's stock car world record at a speed of 143.44 MPH; she donated her winnings to a polio ward in Detroit; originally from Cypress Gardens, FL) Game 3: Herbert Marshall (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 06, Episode 14 Louis Jourdan

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Dec 5, 1954
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Louis Jourdan Dec 5, 1954 Game 1: Charles W. Howard - ""Runs Santa Claus School"" (self-employed; he is the Dean of the Charles W. Howard School for Santa Clauses; he is also a farmer; from Albion, NY) Game 2: Mrs. Jean M. Howie - ""Destroys Obsolete Bombs From World War II"" (salaried; she works for the Scottish government; this was a fun game as John and the panel frequently spoke with Scottish accents; from Kilmarnock, Scotland) Game 3: Louis Jourdan (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Miss Barbara Viafora - ""Physical Instructor at Y.M.C.A."" (salaried; she donated her winnings to the Improvement Fund of the Huguenot Y.M.C.A. in New Rochelle, NY; from Huntington, Long Island, NY)

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Season 06, Episode 15 Bob Hope

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Dec 12, 1954
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Bob Hope Dec 12, 1954 Game 1: C. C. Nash (aka Clarence Charles Nash) - ""Voice of Donald Duck (Walt Disney Studios)"" (salaried; he spoke a few words in Donald Duck's voice; from Glendale, CA) Game 2: Bud Cline (aka George Cline) - ""Sewer Cleaner"" (self-employed; from Akron, OH) Game 3: Bob Hope (as Mystery Guest) He signed in as ""Bing Crosby"" - which he said he'd also done previously on the British What's My Line?

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Season 06, Episode 16 Dan Dailey

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Dec 19, 1954
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Dan Dailey Dec 19, 1954 Game 1: Miss Lili Lisande Wieland - ""Christmas Shopper For Men Only (5th Avenue Department Store)"" (salaried; she works at Saks Fifth Avenue; she is also studying to become an actress and has been in America for six months; originally from Geneva, Switzerland; currently from New York) Game 2: Mrs. Molly Keselmen - ""Collects Traffic Fines (Miami Police Department)"" (salaried; she thanked Chief Hedley and Captain Allen for allowing her to be on the show; from Miami, FL) Game 3: Dan Dailey (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Stephen C. LeSauvage - ""Buys and Sells Ocean Liners"" (salaried; he is a broker for ocean-going vessels; from Garden City, Long Island, NY)

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Season 06, Episode 17 Edgar Bergen

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Dec 26, 1954
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Edgar Bergen Dec 26, 1954 Game 1: Carlo Gugenheim - ""Dress Designer"" (self-employed; from Rome, Italy) Game 2: Sergeant Robert Giff - ""Deep Sea Diver"" (salaried; from Detroit, MI) Game 3: Edgar Bergen (as Mystery Guest) Edgar signed in as ""Edgar Bergen & Friend""

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Season 06, Episode 18 Eve Arden

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Jan 2, 1955
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Eve Arden Jan 2, 1955 Game 1: Miss Pearl Snell - ""Plasterer, Union Member, Local 131, Dayton, Ohio"" (salaried; she is the only female plasterer union member on the North American continent; she works for Key Plastering Company, and they are currently doing a job in Florida for the Mackle Construction Company; from Fort Lauderdale, FL) Game 2: Sergeant Daniel Dragel - ""Tests Auto Drivers For Intoxication"" (salaried; he works for the Chicago Police Department; he thanked Commissioner O'Connor for allowing him to appear; from Chicago, IL) Game 3: Eve Arden (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Earl Hallman - ""Refrigerator Salesman"" (salaried; he told Betty he sold Westinghouse; from South Orange, NJ)

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Season 06, Episode 19 Tony Curtis

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Jan 9, 1955
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Tony Curtis Jan 9, 1955 Game 1: Mrs. Juliet Stephan - ""Models Girdles"" (salaried; from Fort Lauderdale, FL) Game 2: Victor Jackson - ""Piano Tuner - Tunes Liberace's Piano"" (salaried; from Los Angeles, CA; see notes below) Game 3: Tony Curtis (as Mystery Guest #1) Game 4: Billy Talbert (as Mystery Guest #2) ""Captain - U.S. Davis Cup Tennis Team""

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Season 06, Episode 20 Esther Williams

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Jan 16, 1955
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Esther Williams Jan 16, 1955 Game 1: Sam Nadler - ""Sells 'Eyeglasses' For Chickens"" (salaried; he works for the National Farm Equipment Company located at 142 Green Street, Brooklyn, NY; between 2 and 3 million of the chicken eyeglasses are sold each year; while wearing the glasses, the chicken fight less; John humorously tried on a pair of the 'fowl' glasses; from Borough Park, Brooklyn, NY) Game 2: Miss Anna Ceccacci (Dr. Anna Ceccacci) - ""Administers Anesthetic, Bellevue Hospital, N.Y."" (salaried; she is an anesthetist, delivering anesthesia to her patients at Bellevue Hospital in New York; originally from Rome, Italy; currently from New York) Game 3: Esther Williams (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 06, Episode 21 Dennis Day

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Jan 23, 1955
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Dennis Day Jan 23, 1955 Game 1: Mrs. Nicole Germain - ""What's My Line? Panelist on Canadian TV"" (salaried; very personable; the English translation of the French title of Canada's CBC WML is ""To Each His Trade""; after her game, she took a guest panelist seat on the panel and played game 2 only, sitting on Bennett's left; from Montreal, Quebec, Canada) Game 2: Mrs. Alice Crisafulli - ""Raises Worms"" (self-employed; from Boiceville, NY) Game 3: Dennis Day (as Mystery Guest) Born Eugene Dennis McNulty, he is in his 16th year with Jack Benny. He worked with Jack from 1939 until Jack's death in 1974.

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Season 06, Episode 22 Shelley Winters

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Jan 30, 1955
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Shelley Winters Jan 30, 1955 Game 1: Mrs. Perla Fenton Bárcenas (Barcenas) - ""Captain of Glass Bottom Boat"" (self-employed; from Acapulco, Mexico) Game 2: David Bennett - ""Alarm Clock Salesman"" (salaried; he sells the popular Big Ben model from Westclox; from Peru, IL) Game 3: Shelley Winters (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Mr. Jean Laparcerie - ""Head Chef at United Nations"" (salaried; he donated his winnings to the March of Dimes; from East Meadow, NY)

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Season 06, Episode 23 Pearl Bailey

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Feb 6, 1955
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Pearl Bailey Feb 6, 1955 Game 1: Miss Patricia Finch - ""Chorus Girl (in Musical Hit 'Fanny')"" (salaried; she sings and dances; from New York, NY; see notes below) Game 2: Mrs. Ruth Whitney - ""Manages Prize Fighter"" (self-employed; John stated that she manages prize fighters, plural, but the overlay screen differed; no fighters were mentioned by name; from Binghamton, NY) Game 3: Pearl Bailey (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Miss Eunice Blackie - ""Salvation Army Captain"" (salaried; John stated that this is the 75th anniversary of the Salvation Army and asked for donations; from New York, NY)

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Season 06, Episode 24 Senator John L. McClellan

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Feb 13, 1955
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Senator John L. McClellan Feb 13, 1955 Game 1: Mrs. Flo Peterson (Florence Peterson) - ""Pogo Stick Tester"" (salaried; from Maple Shade, NJ) Game 2: Lou Fuller (Louis Fuller) - ""Director of Smog Control for Los Angeles"" (salaried; he is a government official for the County of Los Angeles; John stated that the recent smog problem in Los Angeles is ""all cleared up now""; Fuller stated that he had heard that New York also had a similar air pollution problem being called ""smaze,"" which refers to a mixture of smoke and haze, John laughed but didn't comment; from North Hollywood, CA) Game 3: Senator John L. McClellan (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 06, Episode 25 Dorothy Lamour

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Feb 20, 1955
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Dorothy Lamour Feb 20, 1955 Game 1: Arthur Berk - ""Maternity Dress Salesman"" (for Top Notch Products; salaried; from Brooklyn, NY) Game 2: Dr. F. Henry Burkhardt (Frederick Henry Burkhardt, Ph.D.) - ""President of Women's College, Bennington College, Bennington, Vermont"" (salaried; he said that a few males have been admitted to the college; he donated his winnings to Bennington College's scholarship fund; from Bennington, VT; he served as Bennington's president from 1947-1957) Game 3: Dorothy Lamour (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 06, Episode 26 Portland Hoffa

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Feb 27, 1955
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Portland Hoffa Feb 27, 1955 Game 1: Miss Dorothy Schoech - ""Designs Bridges"" (salaried; she works for the Missouri State Highway Commission; she donated her winnings to the Cerebral Palsy Association in care of Mrs. Doris A. Baxter; from Columbia, MO) Game 2: Norman Ebinger - ""Social Director in Resort For Honeymooners"" (salaried; he works at the Honeymoon Haven Resort; from Dingmans Ferry, PA; see notes below) Game 3: Portland Hoffa (as Mystery Guest) The overlay screen read ""Mrs. Fred Allen"" Game 4: Mrs. Mabel Doerfler - ""Jail Matron"" (salaried; from Joliet, IL)

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Season 06, Episode 27 Lily Pons

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Mar 6, 1955
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Lily Pons Mar 6, 1955 Game 1: Louis Ross (Luis Ross) - ""Bullfighter"" (self-employed; he works in Mexico and Spain; it was not stated if he was a full Matador; from Cincinnati, OH) Game 2: Walt Hollingsworth - ""Repairs Slot Machines"" (salaried; he works at The Colony Club casino in Reno, Nevada; Bennett took a cue from his location of Nevada and guessed his occupation on the free guess; from Reno, NV) Game 3: Lily Pons (as Mystery Guest) Famed French-American coloratura soprano opera star. In addition, she is Mrs. Andre Kostelanetz. Game 4: Steve Ellis - ""Hypnotist"" (self-employed; from New York, NY)

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Season 06, Episode 28 Sammy Davis Jr.

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Mar 13, 1955
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Sammy Davis Jr. Mar 13, 1955 Game 1: Miss Patricia Murphy - ""Professional Toe Dancer"" (self-employed; smiling, sweet personality; she dances at the Latin Quarter with her two sisters in an act called The Murphy Sisters; from Stone Harbor, NJ) Game 2: Dr. Kirk Miller (M. Kirk Miller, M.D.) - ""Psychiatrist"" (self-employed; very tall; from Canton, OH) Game 3: Sammy Davis Jr. (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Norman Allen - ""Sells Fireworks"" (self-employed; from Ringgold, GA)

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Season 06, Episode 29 Terry Moore

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Mar 20, 1955
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Terry Moore Mar 20, 1955 Game 1: Miss Virginia Hall - ""Hotel House Detective"" (salaried; she is an in-house private detective for The Great Northern Hotel; from New York, NY) Game 2: B. M. Bryan (Lt. General Blackshear Morrison Bryan) - ""Commanding General of U. S. Military Academy (West Point)"" (salaried; West Point is celebrating their 153rd anniversary; originally from Alexandria, LA; currently from West Point, NY) Game 3: Terry Moore (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 06, Episode 30 Tyrone Power

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Mar 27, 1955
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Tyrone Power Mar 27, 1955 Game 1: Charles Hume - ""Skunk Breeder"" (self-employed; from Des Plaines, IL) Game 2: Max Fleischman - ""Sells Toothpicks"" (salaried; he works for JD Products and gave John a toothpick with John's name engraved on it; from Brooklyn, NY) Game 3: Tyrone Power (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Jack Syke - ""Rents Tuxedos"" (salaried; from Oak Park, IL)

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Season 06, Episode 31 Fred Astaire

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Apr 3, 1955
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Fred Astaire Apr 3, 1955 Game 1: Miss Edle Iversen - ""Men's Barber"" (self-employed; she works at the historic Hotel Touraine, 62 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts; charming Norweigian contestant, full of laughs; her first name is pronounced ED-lee; from Boston, MA) Game 2: Eugene White - ""Sells Garbage Cans"" (salaried; he sells the Red Label line of outdoor trash cans for Wheeling Corrugating Company of Wheeling, West Virginia; from Lancaster, PA) Game 3: Fred Astaire (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Miss Lillian Saul - ""Airplane Salesman"" (salaried; she works for the Cessna Aircraft Company; from Columbus, OH)

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Season 06, Episode 32 Rhonda Fleming

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Apr 10, 1955
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Rhonda Fleming Apr 10, 1955 Game 1: Mrs. Amelia Adler (the panel is blindfolded and John calls her Mrs. X) - ""Lady Clown (Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey Circus)"" (salaried; she appears in full clown costume; the circus is currently at Madison Square Garden; John states she is also known as Mrs. Felix Adler; Felix Adler was a writer for The Three Stooges; from Richmond, VA) Game 2: Mrs. Celia Abrams - ""Counts Money (Brink's Inc.)"" (salaried; she works for Brink's Armored Car Service; from Maplewood, NJ) Game 3: Rhonda Fleming (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Ben Burley - ""Harmonica Tuner"" (self-employed; from Metuchen, NJ)

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Season 06, Episode 33 Barbara Ann Scott

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Apr 17, 1955
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Barbara Ann Scott Apr 17, 1955 Game 1: Mrs. V. Sedlmayr (Victoria Sedlmayr, her friends call her Vic, her professional name is Victoria Zacchini) - ""Human Cannon Ball"" (self-employed; she is a member of the Flying Zacchinis; Arlene previously met her two brothers on the TV series Soldier Parade; from Tampa, FL; see notes below) Game 2: Lt. Dean Axene - ""Executive Officer of Atomic Submarine (U.S.S. Nautilus)"" (salaried; from Columbus, OH) Game 3: Barbara Ann Scott (as Mystery Guest) An overlay screen read ""Famous Ice Skating Star"" Game 4: Miss Jean Little - ""Makes False Eyelashes"" (salaried; from Westbury, NY)

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Season 06, Episode 34 Rosemary Clooney

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Apr 24, 1955
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Rosemary Clooney Apr 24, 1955 Game 1: Miss Norma C. Dodd - ""Hog Buyer"" (salaried; from Washington Court House, OH) Game 2: Henry S. Toogood - ""Butler"" (salaried; from Old Lyme, CT) Game 3: Rosemary Clooney (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Mrs. Dale Strom (her professional name is Dale Messick; birth name Dalia Messick) - ""Comic Strip Artist (Creator of 'Brenda Starr')"" (salaried; left-handed; from Gary, IN)

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Season 06, Episode 35 Gracie Fields

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May 1, 1955
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Gracie Fields May 1, 1955 Game 1: Jacob Foss (Joseph Jacob Foss) - ""Governor of South Dakota"" (salaried; John met Joe Foss in Las Vegas at the atomic testing site; he wore his Congressional Medal of Honor lapel pin, won for action over Guadalcanal in 1942-1943; Republican SD governor from 1955-1959) Game 2: Mrs. Margaret Oldham - ""Dresses Chorus Girls, Latin Quarter Nite Club"" (salaried; from New York, NY) Game 3: Gracie Fields (as Mystery Guest) The overlay screen read, ""British Music Hall Star"" Game 4: Harvey LeFevre - ""Sells Second Hand Locomotives"" (self-employed; from Forest Hills, NY)

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Season 06, Episode 36 Hildegarde

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May 8, 1955
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Hildegarde May 8, 1955 Game 1: Danny Cohen - ""Sells Hot Dogs at Ebbets Field (Home of Brooklyn Dodgers)"" (salaried; he said he admires his boss Hal Stevens or Stephens; Bennett mentiones that hotdogs cost 25 cents each; from Brooklyn, NY) Game 2: Mrs. Zarine Austin - ""Makes Dice"" (salaried; she works for the Portland Card Company; from Portland, OR) Game 3: Hildegarde (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Miss/Dr. Catherine Hand (Catherine Hand, MD) - ""Foot Doctor (Chiropodist)"" (self-employed; we are told that National Foot Week begins on Friday; from Palmyra, PA; see notes below)

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Season 06, Episode 37 Marge & Gower Champion

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May 15, 1955
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Marge & Gower Champion May 15, 1955 Game 1: Mr. Masakazu Kobayashi - ""Manufactures Ladies' Stockings"" (self-employed; he is one of 20,000 foreign Rotarians visiting America and will attend an event in Chicago on Sunday, May 29, 1955 to celebrate the 50th 'golden' anniversary of the Rotary Club; his stockings are made of nylon, not silk; from Tokyo, Japan) Game 2: Milton Gschwind - ""Builds Jail Cells"" (salaried; the G in his surname is silent; from Petersburg, KY) Game 3: Marge Champion & Gower Champion (as Mystery Guest Duo) Game 4: Miss Marlene Gornall - ""Demonstrates Reducing Exercises on Television"" (salaried; brunette; John never mentioned the name of her program or the call letters of the station it airs on; from Pittsburgh, PA)

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Season 06, Episode 38 Van Johnson

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May 22, 1955
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Van Johnson May 22, 1955 Game 1: Col. William Draper - ""Presidential Pilot (Flies President Eisenhower's Plane 'The Columbine')"" (salaried; he said that Dwight D. Eisenhower is a good passenger; the airplane is a propeller craft; the bird's name is actually ""The Columbine II""; from Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio) Game 2: Mrs. Grace Brice - ""Owns Pickle Factory"" (self-employed; John never mentions the name of her company; from Sherman, Texas) Game 3: Van Johnson (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Mrs. Ramona Deitemeyer - shown ""Housewife, Mrs. America, 1955"" but should have shown ""Housewife, Mrs. America, 1956"" (John said she is salaried, when in reality she is unemployed; she had to correct John regarding the year of her pageant title; she has five children; whatever contest Ramona won has no relation to the PAX Channel Mrs. America Pageant which began in 1977; from Lincoln, Nebraska)

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Season 06, Episode 39 The McGuire Sisters

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May 29, 1955
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The McGuire Sisters May 29, 1955 Game 1: Ed Fritz - ""U. S. Customs Inspector (Checked Dorothy Kilgallen's Luggage 2 Days Ago)"" (salaried; he checked Dorothy's suitcases upon her return from her vacation in Paris, France; from Hollis, Long Island, NY) Game 2: Elliott Wisbrod - ""Makes and Tests Bullet Proof Vests"" (self-employed; he has an involuntary tic which causes him to frequently turn his head to the left; from Alameda, California) Game 3: The McGuire Sisters (as Mystery Guest Trio) Game 4: Jack Conroy (aka John Conroy) - ""Builds Swimming Pools"" (self-employed; he is also a National Guard Flyer, and John said he flew an F86 Sabre Jet from Los Angeles to New York, and back again to Los Angeles for breakfast, lunch and dinner; from Los Angeles, California)

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Season 06, Episode 40 Conrad Hilton

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Jun 5, 1955
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Conrad Hilton Jun 5, 1955 Game 1: Mrs. Elizabeth Rowens - ""Attendant in Public Bath (City of Baltimore)"" (salaried; she works for the city's free public bath; from Baltimore, Maryland) Game 2: William Gourlay - ""Drives Patrol Wagon (N.Y.C. Police Dept.)"" (salaried; he is a civil servant employee who drives a paddy wagon for the New York City Police Department; from Brooklyn, New York) Game 3: Conrad Hilton (as Mystery Guest) - The overlay screen read ""Famous Hotel Owner"" Game 4: Alex Tansman - ""Makes Davy Crockett Hats"" (self-employed; he wrote his name on the board so small that John and Bennett humorously tried to decipher what he had written; there were only 90 seconds for his game; he donated his winnings to the Heart Fund; from New York, NY; see notes below)

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Season 06, Episode 41 Tom Ewell

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Jun 12, 1955
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Tom Ewell Jun 12, 1955 Game 1: Mrs. Ella Carver (Ella ""Grandma"" Carver) - ""High Diver - Dives 90 Ft. Into Flaming Pool"" (self-employed; sweet personality; hard of hearing; elderly; when she dives 90 feet off the tower and into the tank, her body is also on fire; she works at what sounded like Jack Smead's Supermarket or maybe Jack's Meat Supermarket; from Jacksonville, Florida, although she is not a Florida native; John did not state this, but she is also professionally known as Grandma Carver; several net references; see notes below) Game 2: Bernard Spindel (Bernie Spindel) - ""Professional Wire Tapper"" (self-employed; Bernie signed in with his initials of ""B.B.S."" for Bernard Bates Spindel to fool the panel; John called him Mr. S; from New York, NY) Game 3: Tom Ewell (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Owen Deane - ""Makes Prams (Baby Carriages)"" (self-employed; he is in America to attend the golden anniversary convention of the Rotary Club; from London, England)

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Season 06, Episode 42 Arnold Stang

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Jun 19, 1955
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Arnold Stang Jun 19, 1955 Game 1: Jack Adam - ""Runs Alligator Farm"" (self-employed; on next week's episode, it is clarified that he raises rather small footlong alligators to be used as household pets; from Mesa, Arizona) Game 2: Mrs. Carolyn Weinberg - ""Models Maternity Clothes"" (salaried; she is not ""in a family way,"" to use 1950s verbiage; from Los Angeles, California) Game 3: Arnold Stang (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: William Gunn - ""Makes Guns"" (salaried; he is a superintendent at the Smith & Wesson gun factory; from Suffield, Connecticut)

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Season 06, Episode 43 Jose Ferrer

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Jun 26, 1955
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Jose Ferrer Jun 26, 1955 Game 1: Mr. Mearl Trantham - ""Parole Officer at San Quentin"" (salaried; his office is inside the prison; from San Francisco, CA) Game 2: Miss Dorothy Miller - ""Burns Money (Federal Reserve Bank)"" (salaried; she is employed at the Detroit branch of the Federal Reserve Bank; from Detroit, MI) Game 3: Jose Ferrer (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Earlier today she was Miss Joan Carpenter, her sign in name, but now is Mrs. Joan Alimanestianu - ""Mambo Instructor"" (salaried; she works at the Fred Astaire Dance Studio; she got married today, but that didn't stop her from appearing on WML!; from New York, NY)

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Season 06, Episode 44 Audie Murphy

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Jul 3, 1955
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Audie Murphy Jul 3, 1955 Game 1: Curt King - ""Professional Flagpole Sitter"" (self-employed; John announces that he is the first person to use the new ""write-in board""; from Elkhart, IN) Game 2: Miss Judith Sherwin - ""Sells False Teeth"" (salaried; from Ferndale, MI) Game 3: Audie Murphy (as Mystery Guest) The overlay screen read ""Movie Star and Most Decorated U. S. Soldier"" Game 4: Miss Edith Wu - ""Stockbroker"" (salaried; Chinese-American; she works for the securities house of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane stock brokerage, John made up the remaining company names he announced; from Chicago, IL)

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Season 06, Episode 45 Sheree North

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Jul 10, 1955
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Sheree North Jul 10, 1955 Game 1: Dudley Woodman - ""Mayor of Stratford-on-Avon, England"" (salaried; he is in America because The Theatre Guild is opening a Shakespearean center in the United States with the help of founder and Administrative Director Lawrence Langner; from Stratford-on-Avon, in the county of Warwickshire, England) Game 2: Master Sergeant Steve Mozeleski - ""Tests Army Shoes"" (salaried; he tests new military shoes and boots by walking on a track for a month or two; from Scranton, PA) Game 3: Sheree North (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Jack B. Corn - ""Professional Rain Maker"" (self-employed; he seeds clouds with silver iodide; he is also a pilot, but does not pilot the plane while seeding the clouds; from Ft. Worth, TX)

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Season 06, Episode 46 Fred Allen

S06 E46

Jul 17, 1955
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Fred Allen Jul 17, 1955 Game 1: G. W. (Walt) Fisher - ""Justice of the Peace (Married the Clark Gables This Week)"" (salaried; he married Clark Gable and his new wife, Kathleen (Kay) Williams Spreckles; he said they simply rang the doorbell, nothing was planned in advance; from Minden, NV) Game 2: Mrs. Eva Shular - ""Operates Pool Room"" (self-employed; she runs a pool hall in Chesley, Ontario, Canada) Game 3: Fred Allen (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Simon Guillemot - ""Sailor (From French Battleship 'Jean Bart')"" (salaried; he is the head waiter on this French ship which came into port a couple of days ago; from the Brittany section of France) Game 5: George Ito - ""Professional Fire Eater"" (salaried; John allotted 1 minute and 15 seconds for his game; he performs in ""The Arabian Nights"" show at Jones Beach Amphitheater, also sometimes incorrectly spelled as Jones Beach Amphitheatre; from New York, NY)

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Season 06, Episode 47 Robert Q. Lewis

S06 E47

Jul 24, 1955
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Robert Q. Lewis Jul 24, 1955 Game 1: Miss Lee Chona LaClaire - ""Professional Wrestler"" (salaried; she had an accent, and didn't appear to understand English very well, but we were never told her nationality; this is her professional name, and a Google search brings up two vintage wrestling photos; from Huntington, WV) Game 2: Mrs. Lorraine Straka - ""Motorcycle Cop"" (salaried; she rides a three-wheel motorcycle and gives out parking tickets; if she needs to make an arrest, she uses her 2-way radio to call for help; from Cicero, IL) Game 3: Robert Q. Lewis (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Mrs. Pat Branton - ""Tests Seasick Pills"" (salaried; she works for Charles Pfizer & Company and tests their Bonamine motion sickness pills for weight properties and other chemical characteristics; Arlene stated that this brand was an improvement over Dramamine; from Brooklyn, NY)

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Season 06, Episode 48 Ty Cobb

S06 E48

Jul 31, 1955
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Ty Cobb Jul 31, 1955 Game 1: The Cuban consul in NYC Game 2: A female process server Game 3: Ty Cobb (as Mystery Guest) Baseball Legend

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Season 06, Episode 49 Burl Ives

S06 E49

Aug 7, 1955
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Burl Ives Aug 7, 1955 Game 1: Miss Jane Iden - ""Sets Pins in Bowling Alley"" (salaried; from Hollywood, CA) Game 2: Jimmie Mitchell - ""Trains Elephants"" (salaried; from Pomona, CA; this is not actually his real full name, see notes below) Game 3: Burl Ives (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Mr. Colin Bloor - ""Paints White Lines on Highways"" (salaried; he is a student and this is his summer occupation; he works for Erie County, Ohio; very sweet personality; he donated his winnings to the Heart Fund; from Sandusky, OH)

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Season 06, Episode 50 Paul Muni

S06 E50

Aug 14, 1955
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Paul Muni Aug 14, 1955 Game 1: Lt. Al Fowler (Alfred Fowler) - ""Hurricane Hunter (U.S. Navy Flier)"" (salaried; he flies a Lockheed Neptune patrol surveillance airplane; he recently flew into Hurricane Connie and described it as ""very turbulent, very hot, very uncomfortable"" but said that the eye of the hurricane is about 30 miles in diameter and the air is ""relatively still"" at about 20 mph; from Waterloo, IA) Game 2: Miss Phyllis Raber & Miss Anne Lindsay - ""Run Dog Washing Service"" (self-employed; they are students and this is primarily their summer occupation; the name of their business is The Dog Washing Service and they charge from 75 cents to $1.25 depending on the size of the pooch; it was not explained why Phyllis was wearing dark sunglasses; from Freeport, Long Island, NY) Game 3: Paul Muni (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Howard Buehler - ""Pilots Ships Thru Panama Canal"" (salaried; from The Canal Zone, Panama; see notes below)

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Season 06, Episode 51 Audrey Meadows

S06 E51

Aug 21, 1955
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Audrey Meadows Aug 21, 1955 Game 1: Rod Morris - ""Teaches Gambling (Runs School For Croupiers)"" (self-employed; from Las Vegas, NV) Game 2: Bill Parker (William H. Parker) - ""Chief of Police, Los Angeles, California"" (salaried; he is also the technical director for the 1951-1959 police TV series Dragnet; he donated his winnings to the Los Angeles Fire and Police Pension Fund; from Hollywood, CA) Game 3: Audrey Meadows (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Miss Joan Armstrong - ""Life Guard"" (salaried; she is a student and this is her summer occupation; from Harrison, NY)

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Season 06, Episode 52 Peggy King

S06 E52

Aug 28, 1955
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Peggy King Aug 28, 1955 Game 1: Lilly Dach (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel was blindfolded) - ""Ladies Hat Designer"" (self-employed; see notes below) Game 2: Harold Sander & Art Asquith - ""Garbage Collectors, Allegheny State Park, NY"" (salaried; they are college students and this is their summer job; one attends Ithaca College and the other attends Wayne University; they also credited their driver Len Osgood; both are from Little Valley, NY; see notes below to read the lyrics of the song they sang as their farewell) Game 3: Peggy King (as Mystery Guest #2) The occupation overlay screen read, ""George Gobel's Girl"" - see notes below Game 4: Sal Salanto - ""Penguin Keeper, Bronx Zoo, N.Y."" (salaried; from New York, NY)

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