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Game Shows


The original game show was created and produced by Jerry Hammer of Jerry Hammer Productions, directed by Gilbert Cates with Don Morrow as host, and Johnny Gilbert as the announcer (as well as a substitute host for Morrow), with Chet Gould as the show's alternate announcer. Paul Taubman provided the show's live music. Contestants tried to find objects hidden on an electronic board by tracing the outline of the object using a wand.

Break The Bank

Break the Bank is an American quiz show which aired variously on Mutual Radio and ABC, CBS and NBC television from 1945 to 1957. From October 1956 to January 1957, NBC Television aired a short-lived prime-time version called Break the $250,000 Bank.

Bingo At Home

This series aired on station WABD-TV. The station produced many fine TV series in the 1950s, but this is probably one of the their weakest efforts. Hosted by Monty Hall. "Bingo at Home" aired daily from February 17 through December 12, 1958, ending due to its primary sponsors pulling out during the final few weeks of the run.

Chance of A Lifetime

Chance of a Lifetime is an American television competitive talent show that aired on ABC and DuMont between 1952 and 1956.

Baby Game

A 1967-1968 daytime game show called "The Baby Game". A very silly, inane show.

About Faces

Two contestants were given clues about incidents in their lives. The first contestant to guess the relationship with the opposite person correctly was the winner and won prizes.

Bride and Groom

Bride and Groom is an American daytime television series. It was originally broadcast in the early 1950s on CBS, and later moved to NBC. It could be considered an early reality series. The series presented marriages live on the air, but these couples were not put together for the purpose of the program. Couples who were intending to get married could apply to be married on the show. The CBS episodes aired in a 15-minute time-slot, with two commercial breaks.

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