Mrs. Renzler of Yorktown Heights, New York, built a 6-room house by herself and is going on to build a 10-room house. Betty White substitutes for Jayne.
PANEL: Jayne Meadows, Don Ameche, Kitty Carlisle, Tom Poston CONTESTANT #1: Milton Reynolds (Magnate of the Reynolds pen) CONTESTANT #2: Kay Sheeley (Winner of
Harpo, whose autobiography "Harpo Speaks!" has just been published, acts out the answers to interview questions from host Garry Moore while the panel try to fi
Joanne Trefethen of Lomita, California: "I fly an airplane that I built myself ... I built it in my house."
Robert Dome of Syracuse, New York, presents "the very first television set ever built." Garry then presents a new 10-pound portable TV set from GE.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Barry of Warren, Ohio, originally thought their secret would be that they have 18 children, but things have changed. "While my husband was
Ruth Oster, Bronx: "I found a parking ticket on my car ... A parking meter was installed during the night."
(1) Henry, who was cast as an extra in "That Kind of Woman" as a result of last week's show, is seen photographed with Sophia Loren. (2) "Mr. X" (Harry Lorayne)
"Senga Niprut" (actually Agnes Turpin of Baltimore) appears with her "interpreter," Harriet Haagman of Helsinki. Everyone is led to believe she's speaking Finni
Cole Palen, Rhinebeck, New York: "I flew here in a 1912 airplane."
C.R. Hutchison of Lubbock, Texas, has dozens of trophies on stage. "I’m the 1962 world’s champion liar … These other awards are not mine — I lied."
Eight-year-old musical child prodigy Joey Alfidi, "world's youngest symphony conductor", appears as a sort-of mystery guest on a 1957 episode of "What's My Line
George Schuster, 85, Springville, New York: "I drove an automobile around the world ... fifty years ago (1908)." That same car (a 1907 Thomas Flyer) is presente
Sgt. Arthur S. Pugsley, Boston: "I have 5 sons ... They're all policemen, too" (Arthur Jr., Stanley, Ernest, Robert, and Charles). Carol Burnett substitutes for
Bourbon Street Six (Dick Gail, Bill Kelsey, Jimmy Haislip, Buddy Jackson, Bob Coquille, leader Roy Liberto): "We taught Betsy Palmer to play the drums this afte
"Mr. X" (Heliodore Cyr, a potato farmer from New Brunswick): "This is my third appearance on 'I've Got a Secret' ... The first time was when my 25th child was b
Five men come out with paper bags over their heads. One of them is "Mr. X." The others are Kenneth Shields, Julius Metivier, Fred Weigel, and Robert Talbot: "We
While the panel are blindfolded, an entire roomful of Magic Wedge brand furniture is assembled on stage. Durward Kirby substitutes for Bill Cullen.
Scheduled guest Connie Stevens went so far as to introduce the show despite a case of food poisoning but is too sick to continue, so Betsy takes her place. What
Dolores Cascalis of Woodland Hills can tear the Los Angeles telephone directory in half.