"I've Got a Secret" panelist Henry Morgan appears (masked) as an impostor on a 1963 episode of "To Tell the Truth" featuring Polish spy Pavel Monat, and manages to completely fool the TTTT panel. The "reveal" at the end is very amusing. I hate to tip it but it's the main reason to watch this, so it has to be mentioned. Host is Bud Collyer. Panelists are Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Art James, and Kitty Carlisle.
This is Ralph Bellamy's first show on the panel. He would be a regular panel member for long stretches through 1959, and a frequent guest after that. PANEL:
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
"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
Singer Marni Nixon, who famously dubbed the singing voice for actresses in many musical films, appears as a contestant on "To Tell the Truth" in this segment fr
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
In 1973, popcorn magnate Orville Redenbacher had not yet become a household name, let alone been immortalized in national TV commercials. See how well he does a
My all-time favorite "secret" from the classic game show "I've Got a Secret". Kid eats his brother's bug collection. I believe it was originally broadcast in
A 1958 episode of "I've Got a Secret", with host Garry Moore and panelists Bill Cullen, Jayne Meadows, Henry Morgan, and Betsy Palmer, on which talented but unk
"What's My Line" host John Daly appears as a special guest, and Phyllis Diller and Arthur Godfrey appear as panelists, on this 1966 episode of "I've Got a Secre
See also: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIbYA1GZ1SI Clip from the game show "I've Got a Secret", originally aired November 11, 1953. Contestant Gene Scanlon f
"Senga Niprut" (actually Agnes Turpin of Baltimore) appears with her "interpreter," Harriet Haagman of Helsinki. Everyone is led to believe she's speaking Finni
By request. While Dave may have hinted of the conversation continuing after this segment, that never happened. Just this one act.
Host: Steve Allen Panel: Jayne Meadows, Henry Morgan, Anita Gillette, Richard Dawson Contestants: New York Times food editor Raymond Sokolov serves up dog food;
With Henry Morgan and Gypsy Rose Lee (!) on the panel. Had to trim Arlene's walk-on and Vidal's walk-off to fit the 10-minute allotment, sorry!
Tenzing Norgay, the sherpa who climbed Mt. Everest with Edmund Hillary in 1953, appears as a contestant in this 1964 segment from "To Tell the Truth" with host
Skitch Henderson and Steve Allen drop by this Christmas episode. Panel: Bill Cullen, Jayne Meadows, Henry Morgan, Faye Emerson Host: Garry Moore
PANEL: Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle CONTESTANT #1: Eddie Chapman (Double-agent during World War II) CONTESTANT #2: Ardis Bruce (World cha
Complete episode of the primetime version of "To Tell the Truth" that originally aired on April 27, 1964, with host Bud Collyer and panelists Tom Poston, Peggy