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Season 09, Episode 01 Buster Keaton

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Sep 1, 1957
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Buster Keaton Sep 1, 1957 Game 1: Mrs. Edith Frerichs - ""Cook For County Jail"" (salaried; she prepares the food at home and takes it to the jail; from Alliance, Nebraska) Game 2: Mrs. Myrl Emma Dech - ""Makes Cigars"" (salaried; she makes White Owls for the General Cigar Company; from Allentown, Pennsylvania) Game 3: Buster Keaton (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Miss Sue Voigt - ""U. S. Mailman"" (salaried; very tall; she is a college student at the University of North Carolina; she has a 15 mile postal route; from Manhasset, Long Island, NY)

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Season 09, Episode 02 Doris Day

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Sep 8, 1957
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Doris Day Sep 8, 1957 Game 1: Ernie Kovacs (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel is blindfolded, naturally!) - ""What's My Line Panelist"" (salaried; they left the question mark off the show name in Ernie's overlay screen; he sprays perfume from an atomizer bottle and smokes a cigar) Game 2: Mrs. Shizue Kato - ""Member Of Japanese Senate"" (salaried; she signs her name in Japanese; from Tokyo, Japan; see notes below) Game 3: Doris Day (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: Michael Parisi & James Parisi (identical twin brothers) - ""Bartenders"" (salaried; they work at Kotter's Tavern; from Berkley MI)

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Season 09, Episode 03 George Sanders & Erle Stanley Gardner

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Sep 15, 1957
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George Sanders & Erle Stanley Gardner Sep 15, 1957 Game 1: Erle Stanley Gardner (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel is blindfolded) - ""Mystery Writer"" (self-employed; he writes Perry Mason, and the Perry Mason television series is scheduled to begin next week) Game 2: Mr. V. Torriani - ""Operates Cable Car In Swiss Alps"" (salaried; he speaks both Russian and English during his game; from St. Moritz, Switzerland) Game 3: George Sanders (as Mystery Guest #2) We learn that he plays the piano and he sung on ""The Perry Como Show"" last night.

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Season 09, Episode 04 Patti Page

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Sep 22, 1957
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Patti Page Sep 22, 1957 Game 1: Mrs. Felisa R. Gautier - ""Mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico"" (salaried; from San Juan, Puerto Rico) Game 2: Reimar Westerlind - ""Designs Girdles"" (salaried; from a small town in Sweden that sounded like ""Kumhelgen"") Game 3: Patti Page (as Mystery Guest) She has been awarded 9 gold records to date.

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Season 09, Episode 05 Henry J. Kaiser & Julie London

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Sep 29, 1957
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Henry J. Kaiser & Julie London Sep 29, 1957 Game 1: Bill Cameron - ""Sells Plastic Toothpicks"" (self-employed; he designs the toothpick, hires the Bakelite Corporation to manufacture them, and then sells the finished resin product to hotels and restaurants; as he exited, he gave each panel member a sample toothpick; from Thompson, CT) Game 2: Henry J. Kaiser (as Mystery Guest #1) - ""Industrialist"" (self-employed; he promoted his ""Kaiser Hawaiian Village Hotel"" development at Waikiki Beach in Honolulu, Hawaii; the luxury resort compound is still in use in 2005 as a Hilton Hotel) Game 3: Julie London (as Mystery Guest #2)

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Season 09, Episode 06 Danny Thomas

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Oct 6, 1957
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Danny Thomas Oct 6, 1957 Game 1: Arthur Henderson - ""Member of the British Parliament"" (salaried; he is a member of Britain's House of Commons, representing the two cities of Rowley Regis and Tipton in Staffordshire county; from London, England) Game 2: Miss Marilyn Moe (her professional name) - Mrs. Marilyn Stader (her married name) - ""Hollywood Stunt Woman"" (self-employed; her famous husband Paul Stader taught her this profession in which she has been working for three years; from Malibu, CA) Game 3: Danny Thomas (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Henry R. Borchers - ""Sells Fire Hydrants"" (salaried; from Shrub Oak, NY)

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Season 09, Episode 07 Pat O'Brien

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Oct 13, 1957
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Pat O'Brien Oct 13, 1957 Game 1: Elsa Maxwell (as Mystery Guest #1) - ""Another Party Giver"" (self-employed) Game 2: Irving Horn - ""Ties Knots in Salami (300 to 400 per Hour)"" (salaried; as he exited, he gave Ernie Kovacs a cigar, and Ernie promptly reciprocated and gave him one of his own; from Brooklyn, NY) Game 3: Pat O'Brien (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: George T. Purves, Jr. - ""Makes Folding Beds"" (self-employed; John said he owned a roll-away bed company that sounded like ""Stope, Inc.""; from Indianapolis, IN)

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Season 09, Episode 08 Irene Dunne

S09 E08

Oct 20, 1957
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Irene Dunne Oct 20, 1957 Game 1: Mr. Magnus Bucher - ""Runs School For Yodelling"" (self-employed; after his game, he yodels; from Boulder, CO) Game 2: Miss Geraldine Palmer - ""Corset Fitter"" (salaried; she works in department stores and represents the Peter Pan Corset Company; from New York, NY) Game 3: Irene Dunne (as Mystery Guest) - ""U.S. Delegate to United Nations"" (Thursday is ""United Nations Day"" and they are celebrating their 12th anniversary) Game 4: Mrs. Ann T. Mikall - ""Judge"" (salaried; 31 years old; she works in the Ordinance Court in the mornings and the Children's Court in the afternoons; from Buffalo, NY)

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Season 09, Episode 09 Spring Byington

S09 E09

Oct 27, 1957
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Spring Byington Oct 27, 1957 Game 1: William Walsh - ""Golf Caddy"" (salaried; 81 years old; he works at the prestigious Victoria Golf Club and has caddied for the Duke of Windsor and Bing Crosby; from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada) Game 2: Mrs. Grace Peterson - ""Makes Anti-Snoring Device"" (salaried; she works for the Detroit Stamping Company which is now known in 2005 as DE-STA-CO Industries; the anti-snore electric device is placed under the pillow and can be activated to wake the sleeping person so he rolls over and stops snoring; from Detroit, MI) Game 3: Spring Byington (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 09, Episode 10 Jack Lemmon

S09 E10

Nov 3, 1957
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Jack Lemmon Nov 3, 1957 Game 1: Douglas Leigh - ""Designs and Constructs Broadway's Spectacular Electric Signs"" (self-employed; he signed in as X to avoid name recognition; he donated his game winnings to the Correspondence Fund of the Overseas Press Club) Game 2: Miss Loretta Bowman - ""Issues Marriage Licenses (Issued The One to Bing Crosby and Kathy Grant)"" (salaried; she has been in this employment for 10 years; the newlyweds, Bing Crosby and Kathryn Grant Crosby, had obtained their license at 8:30 AM; from Las Vegas, NV) Game 3: Jack Lemmon (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Miss/Dr. Gundega Kravis - ""Dentist"" (self-employed; from Thistletown, Ontario, Canada)

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Season 09, Episode 11 Gale Storm

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Nov 10, 1957
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Gale Storm Nov 10, 1957 Gale Storm Robert Monkhouse - panel

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Season 09, Episode 12 Eva Gabor

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Nov 17, 1957
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Eva Gabor Nov 17, 1957 Game 1: Joey Alfidi (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel is blindfolded) - ""World's Youngest Symphony Conductor"" (Joey is 8 years old, and steps up on a box to sign in; young Joey said he didn't like Rock 'n Roll Music) Game 2: Benna Gordon - ""Makes Hand Painted Diapers"" (from Fort Worth, Texas) Game 3: Eva Gabor (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: Lothar P. Quitschorra, ""Pudelschoenheitsmeister (Poodle Clipper)"" (from Houston, Texas; he kisses both Arlene's and Dorothy's hands as he exits)

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Season 09, Episode 13 Margaret O'Brien

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Nov 24, 1957
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Margaret O'Brien Nov 24, 1957 Game 1: Ninon Naturel - ""Fire Eater"" (from Paris, France) Game 2: Graham Hall - ""Crocodile Hunter"" (from Bulawayo, Africa) Game 3: Margaret O'Brien (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 09, Episode 14 Errol Flynn

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Dec 1, 1957
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Errol Flynn Dec 1, 1957 Game 1: Mr. R. Witherspoon - ""Mayor of Inverness, Scotland"" (he is dressed in kilts and a full uniform; he talks at length about seeing the Loch Ness Monster in person; the panel is blindfolded) Game 2: James A. Sperre - ""Street Cleaner"" (from Elmira, New York) Game 3: Errol Flynn (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 09, Episode 15 Joan Crawford

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Dec 8, 1957
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Joan Crawford Dec 8, 1957 Game 1: Phyllis Cerf & Edith Young (as Mystery Guest Duo, and the panel is blindfolded; see notes below) Game 2: ""Professional Santa Clauses"" (4, as follows) Pat Lockwood (from New York City; works at Andrews Variety Store Michael Falconi (from New York City, NY; works at Macy's Richard Rigsby (from Miami, Florida; works at Richards Theodore H. Kratzke (from Roslyn, Pennsylvania; works at Strawbridge & Clothiers Game 3: Joan Crawford (as Mystery Guest #2)

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Season 09, Episode 16 Sophie Tucker

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Dec 15, 1957
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Sophie Tucker Dec 15, 1957 Game 1: Chu Ni-Kyong - ""Teaches English"" (from Singapore; she signs in using Chinese characters) Game 2: Lois Hill - ""Mink Trapper"" (from Priest Lake, Idaho) Game 3: Sophie Tucker (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Amy Edwards - ""Private Detective"" (from New York City, NY)

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Season 09, Episode 17 Cyril Ritchard

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Dec 22, 1957
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Cyril Ritchard Dec 22, 1957 Game 1: John Tuck Jr. - ""Commanded South Pole Base"" (Navy Lieutenant from Auburn, Massachusetts) Game 2: Mr. K. J. Bassari - ""Rocket Designer U.S.A.F. Atlas Missile"" (from San Diego, California; he comments about going to the moon without passengers in 1-2 years) Game 3: Cyril Ritchard (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Phoebe F. Rosen - ""Psychiatrist"" (from New York City, NY)

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Season 09, Episode 18 Tony Perkins & Jolie Gabor

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Dec 29, 1957
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Tony Perkins & Jolie Gabor Dec 29, 1957 Game 1: Jolie Gabor (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel is blindfolded) - ""Owns And Operates Jewelry Store"" (she is the mother of the Gabor sisters) Game 2: Clem Swagerty - ""Entertainment Director, San Quentin Prison"" (from San Anselmo, California) Game 3: Anthony Perkins (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: Irene M. Peterson - ""Sells Life Insurance For Dogs"" (from Brooklyn, New York)

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Season 09, Episode 19 Pat Boone

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Jan 5, 1958
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Pat Boone Jan 5, 1958 Pat Boone Martin Gabel [panel] Hedy Lamarr [panel]

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Season 09, Episode 20 Bob Cummings

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Jan 12, 1958
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Bob Cummings Jan 12, 1958 Game 1: Duke Snider (as Mystery Guest #1) Game 2: An Elderly WAC Army Sergeant Game 3: Bob Cummings (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: A Bartender School Owner

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Season 09, Episode 21 Ralph Bellamy

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Jan 19, 1958
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Ralph Bellamy Jan 19, 1958 Game 1: Michael A. Stepovich - ""Governor of Alaska"" Game 2: Bee Keeper Game 3: Ralph Bellamy (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 09, Episode 22 Xavier Cugat & Abbe Lane

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Jan 26, 1958
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Xavier Cugat & Abbe Lane Jan 26, 1958 Xavier Cugat & Abbe Lane Edward Mulhare [panel]

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Season 09, Episode 23 Patrice Munsel

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Feb 2, 1958
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Patrice Munsel Feb 2, 1958 Game 1: James Roosevelt (as Mystery Guest #1) - ""Congressman"" Game 2: ""Movie Gunplay Coach"" Game 3: Patrice Munsel (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: ""Tea Taster""

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Season 09, Episode 24 Phil Silvers

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Feb 9, 1958
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Phil Silvers Feb 9, 1958 Game 1: Lady Barber Game 2: ""Chorus Boy in Broadway Musical Produced by Dorothy's husband"" (Dorothy Kilgallen's husband is Dick Kollmar) Game 3: Phil Silvers (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 09, Episode 25 Milton Berle

S09 E25

Feb 16, 1958
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Milton Berle Feb 16, 1958 Game 1: weather forecaster Game 2: makes horses' hats Game 3: Milton Berle (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 09, Episode 26 Judy Holliday

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Feb 23, 1958
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Judy Holliday Feb 23, 1958 Game 1: Donald Farrell (signed in as ""Mr. X"" but the panel was not blindfolded) - ""Airman First Class U.S.A.F."" (See notes below) Game 2: Mayte Morris - ""Bartender"" (at the Rock City Hotel; from Little Valley, New York) Game 3: Judy Holliday (as Mystery Guest #2) Game 4: Arthur Glowka - ""Dives for Diamonds in Brazilian Rivers"" (from Scarsdale, New York)

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Season 09, Episode 27 Lena Horne

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Mar 2, 1958
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Lena Horne Mar 2, 1958 Game 1: Edward J. Kelly, Noreen Kelly & Bernard Kelly - ""Judges"" (Edward Kelly is the father of Noreen & Bernard Kelly; he is a superior court judge, while Noreen & Bernard are municipal court judges; from Oregon) Game 2: Albert F. Seymour - ""Bathtub Manufacturer"" (for American Standard Company; he has been making bathtubs for over 30 years; from Ferndale, Maryland) Game 3: Lena Horne (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Gerry Thompson - ""Trotter Harness Horse Trainer"" (from Albany, New York)

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Season 09, Episode 28 Jack Paar

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Mar 9, 1958
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Jack Paar Mar 9, 1958 Game 1: Robert Briscoe - ""Kosher Meat Manufacturer in Ireland"" (he was the former Lord Mayor of Dublin, Ireland; he is of the Jewish faith; from Dublin, Ireland) Game 2: Mike Stoller & Jerry Leiber - ""Rock 'n Roll Composers (Hound Dog, Jailhouse Rock, Don't)"" (They have been in partnership for 7 years.) Game 3: Jack Paar (as Mystery Guest #2)

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Season 09, Episode 29 Peter Lind Hayes & Mary Healy

S09 E29

Mar 16, 1958
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Peter Lind Hayes & Mary Healy Mar 16, 1958 Game 1: Sir Hubert Wilkins (signed in as ""Mr. X"" and the panel was not blindfolded) - ""Arctic Explorer"" (he was the first to fly over the Arctic Ocean; currently from Montrose, Pennsylvania; see notes below) Game 2: Clyde W. Ferrar, Jr. - ""Egg Inspector"" (from Virginia) Game 3: Peter Lind Hayes & Mary Healy (as Mystery Guest Duo) (Peter Lind Hayes wrote on the blackboard ""Who was that lady?"" before he and his wife Mary Healy signed in. This was a reference to their recently opened Broadway play, ""Who Was That Lady I Saw You With?"" which ran at the Martin Beck Theatre for a total of 208 performances)

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Season 09, Episode 30 Anita Ekberg

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Mar 23, 1958
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Anita Ekberg Mar 23, 1958 Game 1: Stirling Moss (he signed in as ""Mr. Y"") - ""Auto Racing Driver"" (he mentions that he drove an Aston Martin at Sebring Raceway in Florida; he also mentions Europe, Monaco & Italy) Game 2: Grace Von Hulsteyn & Betsy Nelson - ""Makes Nose Warmers"" (from Virginia & Pennsylvania) Game 3: Anita Ekberg (as Mystery Guest #2) (She signed in as Anita Steel Ekberg) Game 4: Mae Bamberg - ""Mayor of Southport, England"" (from Lancashire County, England)

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Season 09, Episode 31 Hope Lange & Don Murray

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Mar 30, 1958
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Hope Lange & Don Murray Mar 30, 1958 Game 1: Mrs. Hilda Broughton - ""Fish Counter For U.S. Government"" (from Portland, Oregon) Game 2: Thomas Lee - ""Jockey"" (from Ocean City, New Jersey) Game 3: Hope Lange & Don Murray (as Mystery Guest Duo) They are Mr. and Mrs. Don Murray; see notes below.

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Season 09, Episode 32 Greer Garson

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Apr 6, 1958
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Greer Garson Apr 6, 1958 Game 1: John Perona (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel was blindfolded) - ""Owner of New York's El Morocco Nightclub"" (his famed restaurant is on East 54th Street in Manhattan, NY) Game 2: A Scotsman who makes kilts (He is dressed in a kilt) Game 3: Greer Garson (as Mystery Guest) Per Gil Fates' handwritten logs, there was not enough time for the next scheduled contestant, a person who was a probation officer.

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Season 09, Episode 33 Bob Hope

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Apr 13, 1958
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Bob Hope Apr 13, 1958 Game 1: Ruth Patterson - ""Human Cannonball"" Game 2: Jeannine Breyer - ""Makes Dog Collars"" Game 3: Bob Hope (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 09, Episode 34 Jane Powell

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Apr 20, 1958
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Jane Powell Apr 20, 1958 Game 1: Father Hugh Michael Beahan - ""Disc Jockey"" Game 2: Roy Rogers - ""Hairdresser"" (he is bald but has a full beard; no relation to the actor of the same name) Game 3: Jane Powell (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 09, Episode 35 Gracie Fields

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Apr 27, 1958
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Gracie Fields Apr 27, 1958 Gracie Fields Martin Gabel & Dana Wynter [panel]

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Season 09, Episode 36 Tennessee Ernie Ford

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May 4, 1958
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Tennessee Ernie Ford May 4, 1958 Tennessee Ernie Ford Gig Young [panel]

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Season 09, Episode 37 Miyoshi Umeki

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May 11, 1958
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Miyoshi Umeki May 11, 1958 Miyoshi Umeki Robert Ryan [panel]

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Season 09, Episode 38 Steve Allen

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May 18, 1958
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Steve Allen May 18, 1958 Game 1: Mattress Demonstrator Game 2: Head of the Israeli Women's Army Game 3: Steve Allen (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Ballet Dancer

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Season 09, Episode 39 Olivia de Havilland

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May 25, 1958
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Olivia de Havilland May 25, 1958 Game 1: Mrs. Rildia Bee O'Bryan Cliburn (she signed in as ""Mrs. X"" to avoid name recognition and the panel was not blindfolded) - ""Piano Teacher"" (she is Van Cliburn's Mother; see notes below) Game 2: Pearl Spooner - ""Makes Bullet Proof Vests"" (for her company, the Spooner Armour Company; from New York) Game 3: Olivia de Havilland (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Eugene Zeller - ""Makes Mink-Trimmed Golf Tees"" (from Longmeadow, Massachusetts)

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Season 09, Episode 40 Betty Hutton

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Jun 1, 1958
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Betty Hutton Jun 1, 1958 Game 1: Mrs. Gwen Falkenberg - ""Lawyer"" (from Overland Park, Kansas) Game 2: Peter Lomagistro - ""Operates Skirt-Blowing Machine at Amusement Park"" (at the Rockaways' Playland Amusement Park in Rockaway Beach, Queens, NY; from Inwood, Long Island, NY) Game 3: Betty Hutton (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Miss Gerda Einboch - ""Crocodile Hunter"" (from Vienna, Austria)

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Season 09, Episode 41 Fred Astaire

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Jun 8, 1958
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Fred Astaire Jun 8, 1958 Game 1: Rona Leveine - ""Uniformed Doorman for Manhattan Restaurant"" (doorman for a restaurant that sounds like ""La Vois""; from New York) Game 2: Geoffrey Ford - ""Teaches School for Horse Players"" (from New York City) Game 3: Fred Astaire (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Nina Lawson - ""Wig Fitter for Metropolitan Opera"" (originally from Scotland; currently from New York City, NY)

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Season 09, Episode 42 Bob Crosby

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Jun 15, 1958
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Bob Crosby Jun 15, 1958 Game 1: David H. Brown - ""Whale Trainer at California Marineland"" Game 2: Jeanne Farrell - ""Bill Collector"" Game 3: Bob Crosby (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Lee Keener - ""One-Man Band""

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Season 09, Episode 43 Andy Griffith

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Jun 22, 1958
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Andy Griffith Jun 22, 1958 Game 1: Mary G. Ross - ""Designs Rocket Missiles and Satellites"" (for Lockheed Aircraft; John mentions some of them are the size of 4-story buildings at Cape Canaveral; from Los Altos, California) Game 2: Wilda Widmeyer - ""Baseball and Softball Umpire"" (from Fergus, Ontario, Canada) Game 3: Andy Griffith (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Dr. Alois S. Knapp - ""Owns and Operates Nudist Camp"" (his camp is called the Zorro Nature Park; from Roselawn, Indiana)

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Season 09, Episode 44 Sophia Loren

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Jun 29, 1958
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Sophia Loren Jun 29, 1958 Game 1: A U.S. Marine dog catcher in full uniform Game 2: A lady ferryboat captain Game 3: Sophia Loren (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: A young male telephone operator

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Season 09, Episode 45 Benny Goodman

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Jul 6, 1958
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Benny Goodman Jul 6, 1958 Game 1: Henri La Mothe - ""High Diver"" (he dives 40 feet into 2 feet of water; from New York and New Jersey; he leaves after questioning and does not meet the panel) Game 2: Mrs. Cecelia Neville - ""Hog Show Judge"" (from Lafayette, Indiana) Game 3: Benny Goodman (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 09, Episode 46 Dorothy Lamour

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Jul 13, 1958
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Dorothy Lamour Jul 13, 1958 Game 1: Bill Quinn - ""Governor of Hawaii"" (Governor William Quinn was originally from St. Louis, Missouri) Game 2: A. Purves Pullen - ""Professional Bird Imitator"" (aka Dr. Horatio Q. Birdbath; from Vacaville, California) Game 3: Dorothy Lamour (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 09, Episode 47 Kathryn Grayson

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Jul 20, 1958
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Kathryn Grayson Jul 20, 1958 Game 1: Donald E. Gray - ""Teaches Course for Expectant Parents"" (from Flint, Michigan) Game 2: Rae V. Biester - ""Head of U.S. Mint (Philadelphia, PA)"" (from Drexel Hill, Philadelphia) Game 3: Kathryn Grayson (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Peter R. Kaplan - ""Private Detective"" (for the Metropolitan Detective Agency; from Radisson, New Jersey; he is also a student at Princeton)

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Season 09, Episode 48 Esther Williams

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Jul 27, 1958
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Esther Williams Jul 27, 1958 Game 1: Linnie Kincaid - ""Professional Wrestler"" (from Daytona Beach, Florida) Game 2: Rev. Frank E. Pulley - ""Raises Worms"" (from Louisburg, North Carolina) Game 3: Esther Williams (as Mystery Guest)

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Season 09, Episode 49 Van Cliburn

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Aug 3, 1958
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Van Cliburn Aug 3, 1958 Game 1: Richard Cobb - ""Women's Fashion Editor"" (for the Virginian-Pilot newspaper; from Norfolk, Virginia) Game 2: Sam James - ""Bull Fighter"" (from New York; he performs in Peru) Game 3: Van Cliburn (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Roseanne Schauley - ""Nurse"" (at Doctors Hospital in New York City, NY; originally from Milburn, New Jersey)

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Season 09, Episode 50 Althea Gibson

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Aug 10, 1958
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Althea Gibson Aug 10, 1958 Game 1: Edward D. Stone (He signed in only as ""E.D.S."" to avoid name recognition.) - ""Architect, Designed U.S. Pavilion for Brussels World's Fair"" Game 2: Florence Martin - ""Pajama Model"" (from Chicago, Illinois) Game 3: Althea Gibson (as Mystery Guest) Won Wimbledon Twice Game 4: John Dailey - ""Harness Race Horse Driver"" (from Albany, New York; John Daly jokingly says ""Henry Smith"" while the contestant is signing in; John Dailey is also a lawyer)

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Season 09, Episode 51 Eydie Gorme & Steve Lawrence

S09 E51

Aug 17, 1958
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Eydie Gorme & Steve Lawrence Aug 17, 1958 Game 1: Dale Fogle - ""Garbage Collector"" (from New Kensington, Pennsylvania) Game 2: N. Orloff (Nicholas Orloff) - ""United Nations Interpreter"" (from Oyster Bay, Long Island, NY) Game 3: Eydie Gorme & Steve Lawrence (as Mystery Guest Duo) Game 4: Carrie Hooley - ""Bus Conductor"" (in London, England, where she hails from)

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Season 09, Episode 52 Dick Powell

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Aug 24, 1958
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Dick Powell Aug 24, 1958 Game 1: Dana Craig - ""Night Club Bouncer"" (at the Chi Chi Club in Avalon, Santa Catalina Island, California, where she hails from) Game 2: Frank Bisignamo - ""Cook on U.S. Navy Blimp"" (from Trenton, New Jersey) Game 3: Dick Powell (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Natalie Carbone Mangini - ""Atomic Scientist"" (for Westinghouse; from Crabtree, Pennsylvania; she discusses the Nautilus II nuclear powered submarine; today is her birthday, HAPPY BIRTHDAY Natalie!)

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Season 09, Episode 53 Polly Bergen

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Aug 31, 1958
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Polly Bergen Aug 31, 1958 Game 1: William L. Hughes - ""Detective Superintendant at Scotland Yard"" Game 2: Greta Andersen - ""Professional Distance Swimmer"" (She signed in as ""Mrs. John Sonnicksin"" to avoid name recognition.) Game 3: Polly Bergen (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Kay Sinclair - ""Marriage Counselor""

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