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131 CLASSIC TV GAMESHOWS
Here are 72 different classic TV Gameshows - there are more than one episode of some, making the total shows in this collection to 131 Classic Game Show episodes on 22 DVDs
THESE WERE NOT RECORDED OFF THE GAMESHOW NETWORK!!!
These shows are from Original Film prints and many have original commercials - Quality will vary episode to episode depending on the quality of the old film print.
1. QUICK ON THE DRAW (1955) – hosted By Paul Winchell & Jerry Mahoney
2. BEAT THE CLOCK (1953-56) – 5 shows Hosted by Bud Collyer
3. TWENTY QUESTIONS (1950) Here is the original Dumont Network Version
4. TALKING PICTURES (1968) Hosted By Alan Ludden
5. DO YOU TRUST YOUR WIFE (1956) 3 shows hosted by Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy
6. DO YOU TRUST YOUR WIFE (1957) Daytime version of the show hosted by a very young Johnny Carson
7. CAMOUFLAGE (1962)
8. QUEEN FOR A DAY (1959) Hosted By Jack Baily
9. CONCENTRATION (1964 & 1966) 2 shows hosted By Hugh Downs
10. EVERYBODY’S TALKING (1968)
11. BREAK THE BANK (1955)
12. QUICK AS A FLASH (1952)
13. SHENANIGANS (1966) Hosted By Stubby Kaye
14. SENSE & NONSENSE (1950) from the Dumont Network
15. CROSSWORD (1968) hosted By George Fenneman (Groucho’s former sidekick)
16. MATCH GAME (1964) 2 shows hosted by Gene Rayburn
17. THE PRICE IS RIGHT (1956 & 1957) 3 shows hosted by Bill Cullen
18. THE FACE IS FAMILIAR (1966 & 1968) 2 shows. The 1966 show hosted by Jack Whitaker / 1968 version hosted by Jack Clark
19. PASS THE LINE (1956) with Jonathan WInters
20. ON YOUR WAY (1954)
21. $64,000 CHALLENGE (1955) Hosted By Sonny Fox
22. TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES (1955 & 1966) 2 shows. This is the original nighttime version of the show – 1955 hosted By Jack Bailey / 1966 show hosted by Bob Barker
23. STOP THE MUSIC (1955) Hosted By Bert Parks
24. DOLLAR A SECOND (1955) Hosted By Jan Murray
25. $64,000 QUESTION (1956) 2 episodes hosted By Hal March
26. DR I.Q. (1959) Hosted By Tom Kennedy
27. PENNY TO A MILLION (1955)
28. PLACE THE FACE (1955)
29. BANK ON THE STARS (1954)
30. THE BIG PAYOFF (1958)
31. WHATS MY LINE (1952) 5 shows including the pilot with NY Yankee Hall Of Famer Phil Rizzuto as the mystery guest
32. THE QUIZ KIDS (1954) 1 Hosted By Fran Allison 1Hosted By Joe Kelly
33. TAKE A GOOD LOOK (1953) (3 episodes0
34. SHADOW STUMPERS (1957)
35. GOING GOING GONE (1959) A combination of the price is right and lets make a deal!
36. WHO SAID THAT (1954)
37. GIANT STEP (1956)
38. PASSWORD (1960s) (5 episodes)
39. TO TELL THE TRUTH (1958) 6 episodes hosted by Bud Collyer (some with original commercials).
40. STUMP THE STARS (1960) Hosted By Mike Stokely with guest stars Fabian, Julie London, Sebastian Cabot, Ruta Lee, Ross Martin and more
41. JACKPOT BOWLING (1958-1961) 6 episodes hosted by Milton Berle (some with original commercials).
42. NUMBER PLEASE (1961) Another classic gameshow hosted by Bud Collyer
43. NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH (1952) Early Version of To Tell The Truth hosted By MIKE WALLACE
44. CHANCE OF A LIFETIME (1955) 2 episodes hosted by Dennis James. Amateur Hour type show
45. BINGO AT HOME (1953) A really weird one starring Monty Hall where people play bingo using their telephone number.
46. TREASURE HUNT (1953) Earlier version of a very popular game show of the 1970’s. This version stars Jan Murray
47. IT COULD BE YOU (1958) Starring Bill Leyden.
48. NEW PRICE IS RIGHT (1972) This is a very rare item. It is a promotional reel hosted by Mark Goodman (Of Goodman & Todman Productions) introducing the new format for the classic Price Is right (which is the format they still use today). He also introduces the host, Dennis James.
49. WE’VE GOT YOUR NUMBER (1975) This is the unsold pilot version of what would later become “High Rollers”. This unsold version starred Jack Barry.
50. PEOPLE ARE FUNNY (1958) A true classic starring Art Linkletter.
51. I’VE GOT A SECRET (1966) A television classic – this version is hosted by Steve Allen.
52. BINGO AT HOME (1953) A really weird one starring Monty Hall where people play bingo using their telephone number.
53. BRIDE & GROOM (1953 & 1957) Seems we have gone full circle on this one – couples agree to get married on television – 1957 show hosted by Robert Paige / 1953 version hosted by John Nelson
54. STRIKE IT RICH (1951) An early game show hosted by Warren Hull (who played The SPIDER and THE GREEN HORNET in the movie series)
55. THE NAME IS THE SAME (1955) Hosted by Dennis James people try to stump the stars with a famous name (ie, one woman’s name was Jesse James) and in the format of To Tell The Truth, they question the contestant.
57. TREASURE ISLE (1967) Hosted by John Bartholemew Tucker. Couple compete in a number of water related games to make it to treasure isle and the treasure hunt. (A local show from Florida)
58. DREAM HOUSE (1968) In the Newlywed Game style, couples play against each other to win rooms and when they get enough rooms, they get the whole house built for them as their grand prize. Hosted by Mike Darrow.
59. THE BABY GAME (1968) Hosted by Richard Hayes, couples watch films of children trying to predict what they will do next.
60. TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES (1956) This is actually the original pilot for the daytime version of the show. It starts with creator Ralph Edwards announcing to the audience the daytime format. Then he introduces a brand new face to MC the show. A man who was about to embark on a new career in television. His name is Bob Barker. THIS IS BOB BARKER’S FIRST TV SHOW AS MC!
61. PLAY YOUR HUNCH (1961) A first broadcast of a new game show hosted by Merv Griffin.
62. YOU BET YOUR LIFE (16 shows)
63. PDQ (1965) A long running classic starring Dennis James.
64. TIC TAC DOUGH (1953) This is an early version of a popular game show of the 1970’s. This version hosted by Jay Jackson.
65. GE COLLEGE BOWL: Barnard vs USC - Hosted By Alan Ludden
66. IT’S ACADEMIC 10/6/64 collegiate game show
67. IT PAYS TO BE IGNORANT 1951
68. WHAT IN THE WORLD? 1953
69. BLIND DATE - 1952 Dating Game hosted by Arlene Francis
70. THE DATING GAME - Mid 60's version hosted by Jim Lang
71. MAKE THAT SPARE - Bowling Show from Paramus NJ (3 eps)
72. BOWLING TIME - Bowling Show From 1956
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Most episodes in this collection were transferred from the original film prints (As with most 50 year old films, quality varies due to the age and condition of the original films and the transfer). MOST shows have original broadcast commercials intact.
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