Henry Morgan fools the panel of "To Tell the Truth" (February 18, 1963)

Henry Morgan fools the panel of "To Tell the Truth" (February 18, 1963)

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"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.

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