"Senga Niprut" (actually Agnes Turpin of Baltimore) appears with her "interpreter," Harriet Haagman of Helsinki. Everyone is led to believe she's speaking Finnish, but it's actually backwards English.
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
Tonight's episode of What's My Line? has Robert Q. Lewis on the panel. There are two mystery guests, the year's Miss America and Alfred Hitchcock.
Frank Rains of Chattanooga can repeat whatever anyone says almost simultaneously. A linguist, Miss Christiansen, appears and speaks in several foreign languages
I've seen almost all of the surviving episodes of What's My Line and I think this guy is the best contestant they ever had. From June 1st 1958
MYSTERY GUEST: Raquel Welch PANEL: Arlene Francis, George Grizzard, Phyllis Newman, Tony Randall Many thanks to Steve M. Russo for providing this episode in mu
Best "game" from many years of To Tell The Truth, from the broadcast of 18. Feb. 1963, features the story of Polish spy Pawel Monat who defected to the US in 19
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
In this 1966 episode, 6 1/2 year old Jean Balukas demonstrates her skills at pocket billiards, more commonly known as pool. She is later joined by her 5 year ol
Merry Christmas is the real name of Miss X from Shelby, North Carolina.
http://www.GloucesterCounty-VA.com What's My Line was a very popular show back in the 50's and 60's. It was not unusual for guests to smoke on the program. I
James "The Amazing" Randi appears (with host Steve Allen and guest Peter Lawford) as an escape artist on "I've Got a Secret" (January 25, 1965). Regular IGAS p
Norman Quint, introduced as "Mr. X," was Henry's bunkmate at camp.
Here's an amazing clip of To Tell the Truth that was taped on February, 1972. The entire first game is accidentally wiped due to an error in the control room, s
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
Donald, Richard, Diane, Jean, Albert, Wilfred, Raymond, and Norman Du Lac of Lewiston, Maine, all attend the same eight-year school, one in each of the eight gr
NOTE: A small part of the John Wayne segment is missing, apparently due to a bad film splice. MYSTERY GUEST: John Wayne PANEL: Arlene Francis, Joey Bishop, D
Carson shoots an apple off host Garry Moore's head with a bow and arrow, in a bit that presages the famous Ed Ames segment on The Tonight Show.
One of five appearances by Arlene Francis on "I've Got a Secret", all of which will be posted to this channel over the next several Sundays. Many thanks to Ron