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I have never seen this before! I love it! Lol
Is that Durwood Kirby announcing
Is this What's my line? Doesn't look like it... Why did this show up as listed as What's my line? Anyone know?
I love it…Fred comes out with,
“I’ve got nothing prepared.”
He then proceeds to present a composition or rather an ode to the city dweller , arranged for choir, piano, guitar and soloist, that is, himself!😂
Gene Rayburn from Match Game!
That is America at its peak. Only downhill from that.
This was fun.
TYXu2P6HnFM&t=3m10s 3:10 - "I'm getting TIRED of this game - would you be interested in some Post Office???
If the person running this is still active, this aired September 22, 1955...
How beautiful this old good TV show was. Sorry if I beat someone feelings, but that looks to me that the real America... ❤️❤️❤️
Fred Allen only had less than six months to live.
That song lol. 😂😂🤣🤣😆😆😄😄
Never heard of this show.
It seems as though,these days, the more flash and technology, the dumber the show.This show,from an era that now seems like a million years ago, obviously borrows from What's My Line, which was then,as Jeopardy is now, the most intelligent and entertaining game show on the tube.
The Gloria panelist is quite good.
I thought Eddie Bracken looked familiar. Just realized it's Mr. Duncan.
Anymore please of these shows
I wish Fred Allen lived as long as Betty White