An episode of "It's News To Me", another panel show hosted by John Charles Daly that ran for a little over 2 years. Three other episodes were posted to this channel a while back, which can all be found in this playlist of "WML Extras": 🤍🤍youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqsaqh5sqUxonKS0jUiz3jRj1JqsV1RpQ Wikipedia entry: 🤍en.wikipedia.org/wiki/It%27s_N... Many thanks to Ron Gomes for providing copies of this show! - And now, lots of links! Ron Gomes has a YouTube channel with lots of vintage game show material (and more!): 🤍🤍youtube.com/user/rrgomes Ron also does a free-form music-and-chat podcast (Full Duplex Radio) with his daughter, which is on iTunes and also at: 🤍🤍fullduplexradiopodcast.com Please click here to subscribe to the WML channel if you haven't already you'll find the complete CBS series already posted, and you'll be able to follow along the discussions on the weekday "rerun" videos: 🤍🤍youtube.com/channel/UChPE75Fvvl1HmdAsO7Nzb8w?sub_confirmation=1 Join our Facebook group for WML great discussions, photos, etc, and great people! 🤍🤍facebook.com/groups/728471287199862/
this looks like the early version of "would I lie to you?"
That first contestant almost cursed when she got the first story wrong. This isn’t a bad game show. John Daly is the best game show host of all time
What’s interesting is the talk of ufo’s
It's odd that John Daly just asks guests after the first one if they are familiar with the way the game is played, while for years on What's My Line? he would explain the scoring to every guest. That said, he was a great host for game shows. Many thanks to Gary for all the work you have done posting this and WML.
Turn up the volume!
This show has a vaguely similar format to The Liar's Club (1969) hosted by Rod Serling. The contestants were shown an object and the panel would tell what it actually is, one was true.
That show is extinct except for two episodes. I remember watching that show every morning before school.
All the way with Adlai!
Anna Lee was Sister Margaretta in The Motion Picture "The Sound of Music"
Ironic that John Henry Faulk had a question about being blacklisted and a spying case!
Martha Stewart turned 11 on this day.
John Daly had such a great voice! He was a good moderator as well! Thanks for the post! Fun show!
Wow I have never seen Anna Lee this younger before. The first time I saw her was in the movie Sound of Music, but I didn't know it at the time. I really got to know her from watching the soap opera General Hospital were she played Lila Quartermaine.
nice! wonder if these episodes were captured directly on film or broadcast live and preserved on tape or kinescope. all possible answers appreciated.
This was an enjoyable treat.
Interesting that this format is still used weekly on NPR ' S "Wait, Wait, don't tell Me."