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A collection of game shows throughout television history, involving chance, skill and luck, usually presided over by a host and providing in-show commercials.



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Episode Two of the short-lived and rare game show adaptation of the titular computer game series. Hosted by Troy Stevens (played by actor Paul Reubens), with fan-favorite host Cookie Masterson (Tom Gottlieb) reprising as announcer.
Topics: You Don't Know Jack, Paul Reubens, ABC, YDKJ, Cookie Masterson, Game Shows, 2001
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Episode One of the short-lived and rare game show adaptation of the titular computer game series. Hosted by Troy Stevens (played by actor Paul Reubens), with fan-favorite host Cookie Masterson (Tom Gottlieb) reprising as announcer. This episode features a cameo appearance of the late Regis Philbin from his tenure on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
Topics: You Don't Know Jack, Paul Reubens, ABC, YDKJ, Cookie Masterson, Game Shows, 2001, Regis Philbin,...
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by ABC
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Ripped from the over-the-air signal of WXYZ-TV Detroit. The .ts files have had no compression applied from their original over-the-air broadcasts. 5.1 audio, closed captioning, and audio descriptions are included. Uploaded here exclusively for preservation purposes; this season is no longer available to stream on Hulu or on ABC.com. Unfortunately due to the way I have cut these files from other files which had additional shows back-to-back, there may be a slight number of milliseconds audio...
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Topics: The Chase, 2021, Game Show, WXYZ-TV, Sara Haines, Ken Jennings, James Holzhauer, Brad Rutter,...
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by ABC News Productions
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On this 1994 segment of Good Morning America Sunday with Peter Greenberg, the movie "Quiz Show" had just come out and though it was a hot topic, there was one hotter topic which was nearing its tenth anniversary worth sharing: the Press Your Luck moment when Michael Larson, an unemployed ice cream truck driver from Ohio, got on the show and swept the game for $110,237. He is interviewed, along with Press Your Luck's creator and executive producer Bill Carruthers, host Peter Tomarken,...
Topics: Good Morning America, 1994, game show, Press Your Luck, Michael Larson, interview, Peter Greenberg,...
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by ABC TV
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This is episode 17 of season 6 of Australian game show Hard Quiz. Comedian Tom Gleeson pits four contestant against each other on their expert subjects until one person remains and gets crowned the Hard Quiz champion. Contestants: Sotiria - The First Persian Empire expert Jake - The Wiggles expert Sanjay - Scrubs expert Keith - Guinness expert
Topic: ABC TV
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by Al Howard Productions
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On this 1994 episode of Supermarket Sweep with David Ruprecht, it's the final episode for the Cruise to Paradise Week! The three teams of Tanya & John, Bonnie & Bobbi and Lolita & Suzie have made it to the finals of the week, and the grand prize is not a chance to run for $5,000, but a 7-day cruise to the Mexican Riviera by Carnival Cruise Lines. In addition to the candy, coffee and special Bonuses worth up to $250, the Big Money Maker is the Three Television Monitors. Which team...
Topics: Supermarket Sweep, 1994, game show, David Ruprecht
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by Al Howard Productions
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On this 1994 episode of Supermarket Sweep with David Ruprecht, our teams today are husband and wife pair Tresa and Dave, sisters Debbie and Christy, and husband and wife Tom and Lisa. The Big Money Maker in this episode in addition to the coffee, candy and special Bonuses is the Super Sandwich for $200. Which team earns the right for the run for $5,000? This is a very close episode that you do not want to miss! NOTE: My copy of this episode is missing the opening and starts just before the...
Topics: Supermarket Sweep, 1994, game show, David Ruprecht, Super Sandwich
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by Al Howard Productions
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Unleash the Sweepinator when you watch this short 20-second bumper of Supermarket Sweep! (c) Buzzr. This commercial is uploaded for non-profit, entertainment purposes only. No challenge of copyright ownership is implied or intended
Topics: commercial, bumper, Supermarket Sweep, game show, Sweepinator
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On this May 12th, 1995 episode of Supermarket Sweep with David Ruprecht, it's the last episode of Mother-Daughter Week, where mothers and their daughters compete on national television, and the daughters get to be the ones running the Big Sweep. Today's mother/daughter pairs are Joyce & Natalie, Sandy & Robyn, and Donna & Jillian. The Big Money Maker is the Cracker Jackpot, where small bonus tokens are hidden inside Cracker Jack snack boxes and finding one will add $200 to the sweep...
Topics: Supermarket Sweep, 1995, game show, David Ruprecht, Mother Daughter week, Cracker Jackpot
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On this 1993 episode of Supermarket Sweep with David Ruprecht, it's husband/wife pair Bill and Jordan, against friends and co-workers Lori and Lori Ann, and mutual friends Melissa and CJ. Come the Big Sweep, the Big Money Maker besides the coffee, candy and special Bonuses, is the Shopping List. Which team will sweep up the most for the chance at $5,000? Also in this episode, David gives advice on whether stick butter or whipped butter is best for baking (c) 1993 Al Howard Productions. This...
Topics: Supermarket Sweep, 1993, game show, David Ruprecht, Shopping List
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Recorded from Pluto TV Game Shows. Original air date: November 6, 1992.
Topics: Supermarket Sweep, Game Shows
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by Al Howard Productions, Inc.; Fremantle (distributor)
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Recorded from BUZZR. Original air date: November 10, 2000.
Topics: Supermarket Sweep, Game Shows
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by Al Howard Productions, Inc.; Fremantle (distributor)
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Recorded from BUZZR. Original air date: September 4, 2000.
Topics: Supermarket Sweep, Game Shows
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by Al Howard Productions; Fremantle (distributor)
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Recorded from BUZZR on October 20, 2021 at 6PM PDT during Super Duper Supermarket Sweep. Original air date: November 30, 1992.
Topics: Supermarket Sweep, Game Shows
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by Al Howard Productions; Fremantle (distributor)
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Recorded from BUZZR. Original air date unknown.
Topics: Supermarket Sweep, Game Shows
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by Al Howard Productions; Fremantle (distributor)
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Recorded from Pluto TV Game Shows. Original air date: August 10, 1992.
Topics: Supermarket Sweep, Game Shows
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by Al Howard Productions; Fremantle (distributor)
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Recorded from BUZZR. Original air date unknown. 
Topics: Supermarket Sweep, Game Shows
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by Al Howard Productions; Fremantle (distributor)
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Recorded from Pluto TV Game Shows. Original air date: August 11, 1992. Listed as Episode 1,287 in Pluto TV's archive.
Topics: Supermarket Sweep, Game Shows
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by Al Howard Productions; Fremantle (distributor)
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Recorded from BUZZR on October 22, 2021 on 6PM PDT during Super Duper Supermarket Sweep. Original air date: May 26, 1995.
Topics: Supermarket Sweep, Game Shows
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by Al Howard Productions; FremantleMedia North America
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Recorded from BUZZR on October 19, 2021 at 6PM PDT during Super Duper Supermarket Sweep. Original air date: May 31, 1991.
Topics: Supermarket Sweep, Game Shows
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by Al Howard Productions; FremantleMedia North America (distributor)
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Recorded from Pluto TV Game Shows. Original air date: November 20, 1991.
Topics: Supermarket Sweep, Game Shows
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by Al Howard Productions; FremantleMedia North America (distributor)
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Recorded from BUZZR on October 18, 2021 at 6PM PDT during Super Duper Supermarket Sweep. Original air date: May 7, 1991.
Topics: Supermarket Sweep, Game Shows
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by Alan Landsburg Productions
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On August 7th, 1981, Alan Landsburg Productions wanted to capitalize on a popular UK game show by bringing it over to the United States: The Krypton Factor hosted by Dick Clark. In this format, competitors competed in a series of phases that tested their mental and physical abilities. The winner with the highest Krypton factor score at the end of five phases won $5,000 in gold, and would return for the Grand Finals in the fifth and final week to compete for the right to be called Grand Champion...
Topics: The Krypton Factor, Krypton Factor, United States, US, Dick Clark, 1981, premiere, first episode,...
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by Alan Thicke
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Whew!  was an American game show created by Jay Wolpert that aired on CBS from April 23rd, 1979 to May 30th, 1980, and was hosted by Tom Kennedy. The show is notable for its unique format and animated intro created by Hanna-Barbera. The object of the show is that two contestants go head to head to correct "bloopers" in a variety of statements (ex: A favourite accordion song goes "Lady Of Spain, I Abhor You" Correct answer: Adore). The show wasn't very popular during its...
Topics: Whew!, game show, music, Alan Thicke, soundtrack, lost media, OST
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by Albert Wallace Enterprises
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On this 1993 episode of That's My Dog! with Wil Shriner, the dogs competing on the show today are Wahoo and Hondo. Wahoo is a 3-year-old Labrador retriever who is owned by Connie and Les, and Hondo is a 6-year-old golden retriever owned by Joan and Ron. The dog that amasses the most points from five different events, including the maze and the Doggy Decathlon wins the bragging rights of the day (c) 1993 Albert Wallace Enterprises. This episode is uploaded for non-profit, entertainment purposes...
Topics: That's My Dog, 1993, game show, Wil Shriner
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by Animal Planet
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An episode of Zooventure
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by Anish Jois
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You thought UV Entertainment was dead? THINK AGAIN!!! This is my third BBC Surprise, which debuts a temporary style of LSNs. It profiles "The Family", has a spoof logo sequence, and a TD with a "MADtv" game show parody starring "Hollywood Squares" host, Peter Marshall.
Topics: UV Entertainment, CLGVN, CLGFan
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It's time to dance when you watch this 20th Century Fox Nightmare! It profiles "Dance Fever", has a short logo sequence, and a TD with game show bloopers. Keep in mind, this is an unofficial recreation of an unreleased, unfinished LSN from April 2019 (the difference is that it had an SFM++ and the logo collages originally were Hanna-Barbera and Tyne Tees
Topics: UV Entertainment, CLGVN, CLGFan
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UV's second Grundy Surprise, profiling the 1986 game show, "Bruce Forsyth's Hot Streak".
Topics: UV Entertainment, CLGVN, CLGFan
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by Anish Jois
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A Orion Surprise from UV Entertainment, profiling the game show "High Rollers"
Topics: UV Entertainment, CLGVN, CLGFan
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by Anish Jois
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Get ready for a valentine from Anish to you! It's his third Mark Goodson Nightmare, profiling the game show, Tattletales! Also, it's not always nice to play a small prank on your sweetheart without them knowing!
Topics: The UV Television Network, JM Enterprises, CLGVN, CLGFan
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by Anish Jois
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This is a NBC Surprise from UV Entertainment profiling the 1950's game show "Twenty One", which has one of the biggest game show scandals.
Topics: UV Entertainment, CLGVN, CLGFan
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UV's has another PBS Member Stations Nightmare in store, profiling the show, "Check, Please! Bay Area". And, don't forget to watch the TD that focuses on a review on one of the worst game shows of all time! Yes, its that bad!
Topics: UV Television Network, JM Enterprises, CLGVN, CLGFan
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by Anish Jois
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Anish ____ from The UV __________ Network has got another Grundy Surprise four you! (sorry) Today, he looks at the game show, _____ety _____s! The TD _______ also features a moment from the ____ as well! And before you ask, no, I'm not filling in the blanks. I wrote this intentionally.
Topics: The UV Television Network, JM Enterprises, CLGVN
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by Anish Jois
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Again, a description from Anish Jois! A fake Palmer Comm LSN from August 2019. This is a Fremantle Surprise, which profiles one of the funniest classic game shows on Earth "Match Game"-- specifically, its nighttime, weekly syndicated incarnation "Match Game PM". This LSN has the "Admiral Color TV" incident of said show, logos, commercials, and a TD with a famous moment from the daytime version of the show (the "School Riot").
Topics: Palmer Communications, CLGVN, Fake
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by Anish Jois
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I originally rendered this LSN on March 9, but Vegas was having rendering issues so I did it with success, today. Anyway, it's my third Lorimar-Telepictures Nightmare which profiles an unsold game show pilot, "Babble", has rapid-paced logos, and a TD with "The Towering Squares"! *UPDATE, 3/15/20* I just now realized that I forgot to put the voiceover in the CLGVN opening tag! Oh well, I'll leave it that way...
Topics: UV Entertainment, CLGVN, CLGFan
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Here comes the first LSN for the New Year from UV Television Network! It's a L-T Nightmare profiling the game show, The All-New Let's Make A Deal!
Topics: UV Television Network, CLGVN, CLGFan
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by Anish Jois
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Thought that the SteelK9 was the only one to make AIT Nightmares? Guess again, as Anish has just released one of his own! Also, make sure that you tune into "The Write Channel" (thank you, I try) as an unforgettable game show is unfolding! One last thing, rest in peace Betty White. You'll always be a Golden Girl.
Topics: The UV Television Network, JM Enterprises, CLGVN, CLGFan
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by Anish Jois
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UV's fifth BBC Surprise profiles the British game show, Sudo-Q. And, prepare for some of the most craziest moments in a classroom you could ever see!
Topics: UV Television Network, JM Enterprises, CLGVN, CLGFan
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Another one. This is my first Sony Nightmare, which profiles "Roughnecks: Starship Trooper Chronicles". It also has memorable logos, a TD with a "Double Dare" (the 1976, short-lived game show hosted by Alex Trebek) incident that happened on the series finale, "Star Trek: TOS" bloopers, and a catchy Yes song used as the closing credits music.
Topics: UV Entertainment, CLGVN, CLGFan
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by Anish Jois
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Welcome to The UV Television Network's 200th LSN! And here's your special guest host, Joshua Martinez! As many of you already know, this is Anish Jois' 200th LSN. This LSN takes a different route than what you would expect it to take. Instead of just using the closing credits from one of the episodes of the greatest game show on television, how about the entire farewell episode of Bob Barker!  Yep, and there's also logos, That's Dumbs, and more surprises on top of that! But, don't just take my...
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Topics: The UV Film Industry, JM Enterprises, CLGVN
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by Anish Jois
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UV's fourth Viacom Nightmare, this time, profiling the game show, "Split Second".
Topics: UV Entertainment, CLGVN, CLGFan
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A short teaser trailer for UV's fourth Fremantle Surprise profiling the game show reboot, Supermarket Sweep. Enough said.
Topics: UV Television Network, CLGVN, Trailer
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Its this newly-added edition of UV's Fremantle Surprise, he takes a look at the 2020 reboot of the game show, Supermarket Sweep. This LSN even includes a Then and Now segment that compares the show with the PAX version of the show from the 2000s!
Topics: UV Television Network, CLGVN, CLGFan
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by Anish Jois and Joshua Martinez
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Time for a collaborative effort again! What would you be able to find in this video? A Bunch of Logos? [✔] A Game Show? [✔] A bunch of clowns fitting into a clown car and driving away? [✖] Okay, well, it doesn't have that, but it does have a bunch of surprises, including a TD from yours truly! Enjoy the show!
Topics: UV Television Studios, DoubleDiamond Productions, JM Enterprises, CLGVN, CLGFan
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by Audio And Video Club
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Password is an American television game show which was created by Bob Stewart for Goodson-Todman Productions. The host was Allen Ludden, who had previously been well known as the host of the G.E. College Bowl. Password originally aired for 1,555 daytime telecasts each weekday from October 2, 1961 to September 15, 1967 on CBS, along with weekly prime time airings from January 2, 1962 to September 9, 1965 and December 25, 1966 to May 22, 1967. An additional 1,099 daytime shows aired from April 5,...
Topics: Public Domain, Television, TV, Historical, History, Academic, Learning, Teachers, Students,...
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by Audio And Visual Club
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Password is an American television game show which was created by Bob Stewart for Goodson-Todman Productions. The host was Allen Ludden, who had previously been well known as the host of the G.E. College Bowl. Password originally aired for 1,555 daytime telecasts each weekday from October 2, 1961 to September 15, 1967 on CBS, along with weekly prime time airings from January 2, 1962 to September 9, 1965 and December 25, 1966 to May 22, 1967. An additional 1,099 daytime shows aired from April 5,...
Topics: Public Domain, Television, TV, Historical, History, Academic, Learning, Teachers, Students,...
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Password is an American television game show which was created by Bob Stewart for Goodson-Todman Productions. The host was Allen Ludden, who had previously been well known as the host of the G.E. College Bowl. Password originally aired for 1,555 daytime telecasts each weekday from October 2, 1961 to September 15, 1967 on CBS, along with weekly prime time airings from January 2, 1962 to September 9, 1965 and December 25, 1966 to May 22, 1967. An additional 1,099 daytime shows aired from April 5,...
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Password is an American television game show which was created by Bob Stewart for Goodson-Todman Productions. The host was Allen Ludden, who had previously been well known as the host of the G.E. College Bowl. Password originally aired for 1,555 daytime telecasts each weekday from October 2, 1961 to September 15, 1967 on CBS, along with weekly prime time airings from January 2, 1962 to September 9, 1965 and December 25, 1966 to May 22, 1967. An additional 1,099 daytime shows aired from April 5,...
Topics: Public Domain, Television, TV, Historical, History, Academic, Learning, Teachers, Students,...
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Password is an American television game show which was created by Bob Stewart for Goodson-Todman Productions. The host was Allen Ludden, who had previously been well known as the host of the G.E. College Bowl. Password originally aired for 1,555 daytime telecasts each weekday from October 2, 1961 to September 15, 1967 on CBS, along with weekly prime time airings from January 2, 1962 to September 9, 1965 and December 25, 1966 to May 22, 1967. An additional 1,099 daytime shows aired from April 5,...
Topics: Public Domain, Television, TV, Historical, History, Academic, Learning, Teachers, Students,...
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Password is an American television game show which was created by Bob Stewart for Goodson-Todman Productions. The host was Allen Ludden, who had previously been well known as the host of the G.E. College Bowl. Password originally aired for 1,555 daytime telecasts each weekday from October 2, 1961 to September 15, 1967 on CBS, along with weekly prime time airings from January 2, 1962 to September 9, 1965 and December 25, 1966 to May 22, 1967. An additional 1,099 daytime shows aired from April 5,...
Topics: Public Domain, Television, TV, Historical, History, Academic, Quiz Show, Password, Celebrities,...
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by Audio And Visual Club
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Password is an American television game show which was created by Bob Stewart for Goodson-Todman Productions. The host was Allen Ludden, who had previously been well known as the host of the G.E. College Bowl. Password originally aired for 1,555 daytime telecasts each weekday from October 2, 1961 to September 15, 1967 on CBS, along with weekly prime time airings from January 2, 1962 to September 9, 1965 and December 25, 1966 to May 22, 1967. An additional 1,099 daytime shows aired from April 5,...
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Password is an American television game show which was created by Bob Stewart for Goodson-Todman Productions. The host was Allen Ludden, who had previously been well known as the host of the G.E. College Bowl. Password originally aired for 1,555 daytime telecasts each weekday from October 2, 1961 to September 15, 1967 on CBS, along with weekly prime time airings from January 2, 1962 to September 9, 1965 and December 25, 1966 to May 22, 1967. An additional 1,099 daytime shows aired from April 5,...
Topics: Public Domain, Television, TV, Historical, History, Academic, Learning, Teachers, Students,...
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by Audio And Visual Club
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Password is an American television game show which was created by Bob Stewart for Goodson-Todman Productions. The host was Allen Ludden, who had previously been well known as the host of the G.E. College Bowl. Password originally aired for 1,555 daytime telecasts each weekday from October 2, 1961 to September 15, 1967 on CBS, along with weekly prime time airings from January 2, 1962 to September 9, 1965 and December 25, 1966 to May 22, 1967. An additional 1,099 daytime shows aired from April 5,...
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by Audio And Visual Club
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Password is an American television game show which was created by Bob Stewart for Goodson-Todman Productions. The host was Allen Ludden, who had previously been well known as the host of the G.E. College Bowl. Password originally aired for 1,555 daytime telecasts each weekday from October 2, 1961 to September 15, 1967 on CBS, along with weekly prime time airings from January 2, 1962 to September 9, 1965 and December 25, 1966 to May 22, 1967. An additional 1,099 daytime shows aired from April 5,...
Topics: Public Domain, Television, TV, Historical, History, Academic, Learning, Teachers, Students,...
Recorded from BBC One on December 23, 2021 at 10:30AM PDT. Original air date: December 23, 2021.
Topics: The Weakest Link, Game Shows
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On this October 9th, 1984 episode of Pop Quiz with Mike Read, it's the 1984 series finale and final airing of the show before it would get rebooted. Competing today are Phil Collins, Elvis Costello and Huey Lewis, who are playing against Midge Ure, Nick Lowe and John Martyn, all musicians looking to name popular songs of the past and present. How does this episode turn out to end the run of the perfect series of Pop Quiz? NOTICE: This is the only episode of Pop Quiz that I have in my...
Topics: Pop Quiz, 1984, UK, United Kingdom, game show, quiz show, Mike Read, Huey Lewis, Phil Collins,...
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Recorded from Bravo. Original air date: September 29, 2020.
Topics: Weakest Link, Game Shows
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by Barry & Enright
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1980 American game show, pilot shot in 1979
Topics: game show, jim lange
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by Bob Stewart
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Topics: chain reaction, bill cullen, 1980, game show
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by Bob Stewart
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For this one, I used two sources: Adam Curry's upload & thewhammy83's upload.
Topics: jackpot, game show, usa, mike darow
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by Bob Stewart
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On September 20, 1982, one of television's greatest game show returns to television (again) and back to where it started from no less. It is The New $25,000 Pyramid, but without the "New" in its title until weeks later. Dick Clark is once again the host and just like the 70s Bill Cullen version, it gives two contestants a chance to win up to $25,000 in less than 60 seconds every day. Here's 4/5 of premiere week!
Topics: 25000 pyramid, game show, cbs, dick clark, bob stewart
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It's has been one month since the show returned and not one person has won the $25,000 until these two episodes came to air. Watch these two episodes and see what I mean.
Topics: 25000 pyramid, dick clark, bob stewart, game show, 1982, cbs
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by Bob Stewart Productions
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In 1984, Bob Stewart wanted to bring Jackpot back to television, this time with a new host: the Poet Laureate of Television himself, Nipsey Russell. The idea of the game remained the same: maintain your position as King/Queen of the Hill by solving riddles from one of 15 other players, one of whom had the Jackpot Riddle. But instead of random amounts and a target match and Super Jackpot, each riddle was worth $150. Should the Jackpot Riddle be found and other riddles were left, they'd become...
Topics: Jackpot, 1984, game show, Nipsey Russell, pilot, unsold
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by Bob Stewart Productions
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On this 1983 episode of The New $25,000 Pyramid with Dick Clark, future $1,000,000 Chance of a Lifetime winner, Connie Rutenbar is back with $1,100 in her pocket, now facing off against Andrea. Celebrity partners are Adrienne Barbeau and John Schuck. Can Connie conquer the pyramid and fend off Andrea, or will Andrea have the luck today? (c) 1983 Bob Stewart Productions. This episode is uploaded for non-profit, entertainment purposes only, and to help keep the memories of Dick Clark, Jack Clark...
Topics: The New $25000 Pyramid, The New $25K Pyramid, 1983, game show, Dick Clark, Adrienne Barbeau, John...
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by Bob Stewart Productions
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On this February 23rd, 1987 episode of The $100,000 Pyramid with Dick Clark, Patti returns to the show with $2,400 and is set to try and add even more to it. But with Gail looking to put an end to her run, only one way to see who wins the best is to see how this all plays out. Celebrity partners are Jenny O'Hara and Jamie Farr, and Charlie O'Donnell announces (c) 1987 Bob Stewart Productions. This episode is uploaded for non-profit, entertainment purposes only, and to help keep the memories of...
Topics: The $100000 Pyramid, The $100 000 Pyramid, Dick Clark, 1987, game show, Jenny O'Hara, Jamie Farr
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by Bob Stewart Productions
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On this December 4th, 1986 episode of The $100,000 Pyramid with Dick Clark, Thea is back with $750 in her pocket, ready to try and add on to it. She competes against Mary, and their celebrity partners are Teresa Ganzel and Nathan Cook. Can Thea continue her winning ways and try to get to the top of the pyramid for a chance to return in the $100,000 tournament, or will Mary have that chance? (c) 1986 Bob Stewart Productions. This episode is uploaded for non-profit, entertainment purposes only,...
Topics: The $100000 Pyramid, The $100K Pyramid, 1986, game show, Dick Clark, Teresa Ganzel, Nathan Cook
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by Bob Stewart Productions
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On this January 3rd, 1975 episode of Jackpot with Geoff Edwards, it's the last show of the week so this is the last chance for the week's sixteen players to try and earn money. The current Expert is Anne, and there is a current total of $1,985 in the Jackpot. The target number is 890 so if the jackpot's total can match that, it's multiplied by 5 so the Super Jackpot stands at $4,450. When time was called, Anne had 11 people left to call on to build the Jackpot up or find the important Jackpot...
Topics: Jackpot, 1975, game show, Geoff Edwards, win, Super Jackpot, $38750 Super Jackpot
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by Bob Stewart Productions
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In 1985, Bob Stewart brought a pilot to the networks called $50,000 a Minute, hosted by Geoff Edwards and Meredith MacRae. Two teams (one civilian and one celebrity, paired with one of the hosts) would compete to set a time by trying to guess a subject on a secret monitor. The host would start the question, and the player in control would give the rest of the question. At seven right answers, the set time would be sent to the opposing team. The team with the fastest time would win a star. The...
Topics: $50000 a Minute, Pilot A, pilot, 1985, game show, Geoff Edwards, Meredith MacRae, Shelley Smith,...
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by Bob Stewart Productions
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On April 21st, 1975, Blankety Blanks with Bill Cullen made its television premiere. Two teams of two, one civilian with one celebrity partner, would see a word puzzle of hidden words that has a keyword clue. At random, Bill selects a card from a rotating wheel of 100 cards (25 for each player) and scan it, and whoever was selected by the computer would play for an amount of points by selecting a hidden half-phrase (one of 6 choices). If they're correct, they could win the value by solving a...
Topics: Blankety Blanks, 1975, game show, premiere, first episode, premiere episode, Anne Meara, William...
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by Bob Stewart Productions
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After the first pilot of $50,000 a Minute, Bob Stewart tried a second one, still with Geoff Edwards and Meredith MacRae hosting and being captain of their respective teams, but now with celebrities Markie Post and Ed Begley Jr.. The format remained the same, and this pilot's champion is Andrea, who has won three games and should she win, she'll go to the bonus round for a chance at $40,000. Her challenger is Claire. Can Andrea win this pilot and advance to the bonus round, or will Claire have...
Topics: $50 000 a Minute, $50000 a Minute, 1985, game show, pilot, Geoff Edwards, Meredith Macrae, Markie...
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by Bob Stewart Productions
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On April 4th, 1988, The $25,000 Pyramid made a prompt return after viewers wrote to (and also called) CBS, saying they made a mistake in cancelling it. It ironically replaced Blackout, the show that had replaced it in the first place. Dick Clark gladly welcomes the viewers back, and welcomes Betty White and David Graf as celebrity partners for Sandra and Pom. Welcome back, $25,000 Pyramid! (c) 1988 Bob Stewart Productions. This episode is uploaded for non-profit, entertainment purposes only,...
Topics: The $25000 Pyramid, The $25 000 Pyramid, 1988, game show, Dick Clark, David Graf, Betty White,...
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by Brad Lachman Productions
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On this June 8th, 2000 episode of It's Your Chance of a Lifetime with Gordon Elliott, people in the studio audience are hopeful to get their name called to take a seat and not only have their credit card debt wiped out, but have a chance at up to $1.28 million. The contestants called to play tonight are David Wagner, Raphaella Dreyer, and Tim Hsieh. Will these chances prove to be very worthwhile? NOTE: This is the only episode of It's Your Chance of a Lifetime that I have (c) 2000 Brad Lachman...
Topics: It's Your Chance of a Lifetime, 2000, game show, Gordon Elliott, Tim Hsieh, million dollar winner,...
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by Bravo Media Productions LLC.
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Recorded from Bravo. Original air date: July 15, 2020.
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by Bud Austin Co.
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Recorded from BUZZR on September 5, 2021 at 3:00PM PDT during the Whew! Preview Marathon. Original air date: April 30, 1979.
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