I've Got a Secret Episode Guide

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I've Got a Secret — 1957

Episodes listed on this page:

Seen by us 26
Details unavailable 7
Total entries 33

All air dates are Wednesdays.

Cast

By this time the show could be said to have a regular lineup with Host Garry Moore and Panel Bill Cullen, Jayne Meadows, Henry Morgan, and Faye Emerson, seated in that order. There still were many substitutions, though, including at least two early appearances by future regular Betsy Palmer.

Kinescopes says that the guest panelists in weeks 283 and 285 were "in for Jayne," so we are inferring that they were Panelist 2 and that the other regulars were in their usual positions, even though we haven't seen those episodes.

Crew

The following are the same wherever credits are known and therefore are not included in the details section below:

The remaining credits vary and are included in the details section where known:


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Calendar Week Air Date Guest Host Panelist 1 Panelist 2 Panelist 3 Panelist 4
238: 12/30/56-1/5/57 1/2/57 Howard Duff,
Ida Lupino
Garry Bill Jayne Henry Betsy
239: 1/6-12 1/9/57 Joe E. Brown Regular (Garry, Bill, Jayne, Henry, Faye)
240: 1/13-19 1/16/57 Peter Lawford Hal March Bill Jayne Henry Faye
241: 1/20-26 [Unknown]
242: 1/27-2/2 1/30/57 George Gobel Garry Bill Jayne Henry Betsy
243: 2/3-9 [Unknown]
244: 2/10-16 2/13/57 Rocky Graziano Garry Durward Kirby Jayne Henry Faye
245: 2/17-23 2/20/57 Tab Hunter Regular
246: 2/24-3/2 [Unknown]
247: 3/3-9 3/6/571 [Unknown]
248: 3/10-16 [Unknown]
249: 3/17-23 [Unknown]
250: 3/24-30 [Unknown]
251: 3/31-4/6 4/3/57 Laraine Day Garry Henry Jayne Bill Faye
252: 4/7-13 [Unknown]
253: 4/14-20 [Unknown]
254: 4/21-27 4/24/57 Mickey Rooney Regular
255: 4/28-5/4 [Unknown]
256: 5/5-11 [Unknown]
257: 5/12-18 [Unknown]
258: 5/19-25 [Unknown]
259: 5/26-6/1 [Unknown]
260: 6/2-8 6/5/572 Eddie Cantor [Unknown]
261: 6/9-15 [Unknown]
262: 6/16-22 6/19/57 [None] Regular
263: 6/23-29 6/26/57 Lou Costello Regular
264: 6/30-7/6 7/3/57 Buster Keaton Regular
265: 7/7-13 [Unknown]
266: 7/14-20 7/17/57 Don Ameche [Unknown]
267: 7/21-27 7/24/57 Gypsy Rose Lee Bill Carl Reiner Jayne Jim Backus Faye
268: 7/28-8/3 7/31/57 [None] Henry Bill Jayne Carl Reiner Faye
269: 8/4-10 8/7/57 Ricardo Montalban Hal March Bill Jayne Henry Faye
270: 8/11-17 8/14/57 Ben Blue Hal March [Unknown]
271: 8/18-24 8/21/57 Marilyn Maxwell Hal March [Unknown]
272: 8/25-31 8/28/57 [None] Hal March [Unknown]
273: 9/1-7 9/4/57 Hal March Regular
274: 9/8-14 [Unknown]
275: 9/15-21 9/18/57 Tony Randall Garry Henry Faye Bill Jayne
276: 9/22-28 9/25/57 Reginald Gardiner [Unknown]
277: 9/29-10/5 10/2/57 Mickey Rooney Regular
278: 10/6-12 10/9/57 Jerry Colonna Henry Bill Jayne Carl Reiner Faye
279: 10/13-19 10/16/57 [None] Regular
280: 10/20-26 10/23/57 Diana Dors Regular
281: 10/27-11/2 10/30/57 Dennis Day Garry Bill Jayne Henry Audrey Meadows
282: 11/3-9 [Unknown]
283: 11/10-16 11/13/57 Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. Garry Bill Audrey Meadows Henry Faye
284: 11/17-23 11/20/57 Margaret Hamilton,
Nanette Fabray
Garry Bill Audrey Meadows Henry Faye
285: 11/24-30 11/27/57 Joe E. Brown Garry Bill Betty Furness Henry Faye
286: 12/1-7 12/4/57 Rudy Vallee Garry Bill Audrey Meadows Henry Faye
287: 12/8-14 12/11/57 Fernando Lamas Garry Bill Arlene Dahl Henry Faye
288: 12/15-21 12/18/57 Farley Granger Regular
289: 12/22-28 12/25/57 [None] Regular
1A clip from this episode (John Glenn) is reshown in the episode of 2/26/62.

Week 238, 1/2/57

Panel: Bill, Jayne, Henry, Betsy

  1. Ivy Ivy, Dallas: "I have poison ivy."
  2. Tom Athridge, Glen Cove, NY: "I shot myself down (in a U.S. Navy jet plane)."
  3. Guests Howard Duff and Ida Lupino: After each question, the couple break some goofy law selected from the book "It's the Law" by Dick Hyman. This segment is viewable on YouTube.

Week 239, 1/9/57

Program Staff: Chester Feldman, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson
Technical Director: Vernon Gamble
Lighting: Ferdinand Manning

  1. Henry received 1,500 job offers in response to last week's plea for honest work.
  2. Frances Haskett, NYC: "I taught Grace Kelly how to change diapers."
  3. Q&A session with Jackie Robinson, who has quit baseball and become a VP for Chock Full o' Nuts.
  4. Guest Joe E. Brown: "I'm inhaling helium." Jayne guesses.

Week 240, 1/16/57

Guest Host: Hal March

  1. "Mrs. X" (Mrs. Bob Hargraves, San Gabriel, CA): "My husband took Jayne Meadows to her high school senior prom." Jayne almost guesses, but says it was the junior prom.
  2. Jane Patrick: "I am going to draft Elvis Presley (Chief of his Draft Board)."
  3. Guest Peter Lawford: The desk is removed to reveal his and Hal's full bodies. Any time a panelist asks a question longer than 10 words, they change their leg positions.

Week 242, 1/30/57

Panel: Bill, Jayne, Henry, Betsy
Program Staff: Chester Feldman, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson
Technical Director: Vernon Gamble
Lighting: Ferdinand Manning

  1. Dean Thomas, Columbus, OH: "I delivered the only baby gorilla ever born in captivity."
  2. Blaine Rule, NYC: "I'm changing Jayne's hairstyle every 45 seconds." Bill guesses, going last. A clip from this segment is shown in Jayne's farewell tribute on 11/5/58.
  3. Guest George Gobel: Is having his answers fed to him through an earphone by three of his writers. To make sure no one notices, he and Garry both wear ski caps.

Week 244, 2/13/57

Panel: Durward Kirby, Jayne, Henry, Faye
Program Staff: Chester Feldman, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson
Technical Director: Vernon Gamble

  1. Shot by Silver Lake in Winter Haven, Florida.
  2. Mrs. Robert Eaton: "My father is the Governor … of California [Goodwin Knight]." Faye guesses, going third.
  3. Mrs. Morrie Jones, DeLand, FL: "I grew the biggest lemon in the world." Durward guesses, going third.
  4. Guest Rocky Graziano: "I'm choosing the 1957 Florida Citrus Queen." Faye guesses, going last. Winner is Frances Leighton.

Week 245, 2/20/57

Program Staff: Chester Feldman, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson
Technical Director: Vernon Gamble
Lighting: Ferdinand Manning

  1. "Mr. X" (John Dingell, Detroit, MI, age 30): "I'm the youngest member of the United States Congress." Henry guesses, going third.
  2. Susan, Judy, J. Francis Devlin: "We're all world badminton champions." Henry guesses, going third.
  3. Guest Tab Hunter: "I'm giving Bill Cullen a sun lamp treatment (because he couldn't go to Florida last week)."
  4. Closing question from Lillian Cox, Arlington: What is the best thing you've ever seen on television?

Week 251, 4/3/57

Panel: Henry, Jayne, Bill, Faye

  1. Henry says Garry has been on for 234 weeks (see also 8/7), which gives a clue to the number of preemptions.
  2. Apparently the reason Henry is in the first chair is to make it easier to hand him his birthday cake.
  3. Ben Garry and Arthur Watson on behalf of "Miss X" (Betsy, a chimp): "I sold $1500 worth of pictures I've painted."
  4. Mrs. Halsey A. Frederick, Mountain Lakes, NJ: "I appeared on the first television broadcast in history (April 7, 1927)." Bill guesses, going third.
  5. Guest Laraine Day: Pretends to argue with Garry over their answers to the questions.
  6. Closing question from Virginia Magnuson of Evanston, IL: What is the first thing you notice in a person of the opposite sex?

Week 254, 4/24/57

Program Staff: Chester Feldman, John G. Fuller, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson
Technical Director: Vernon Gamble
Lighting: Ferdinand Manning

  1. Seven university professors: "We play jazz together in a Dixieland band." Henry guesses, going third.
  2. Jakob Nakin, Cologne: "I'm the tallest man in the U.S." (7′4″). Jayne guesses, going third.
  3. Guest Mickey Rooney: Imitates baby pictures that are being projected behind the panel. Jayne guesses, going last. See also 6/26.

Week 262, 6/19/57

Program Staff: Chester Feldman, John G. Fuller, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson
Stage Manager: Joe Papp

Fifth anniversary show. This entire episode is viewable on YouTube.

  1. Eddie Mendelson, studio supervisor: "I auditioned Bing Crosby and told him he couldn't sing (1924)."
  2. Harvey Vincent, usher, sings a duet of "You're Just in Love" with Jayne. At the end, the pianist is revealed to be Steve.
  3. Lon Masterson, lighting board, does a magic act with Bill and walks across hot coals.
  4. Peter Blake, usher; Lee Tannen, cameraman; and Roger Peterson, researcher, all dance separately and then together with Faye.
  5. Joe Papp, stage manager, performs Marc Antony from "Julius Caesar" introduced by Henry.
  6. Tommy Germain, electrician, sings "Torna a Surriento."
  7. Allan Sherman is seen in the group shot at the end.

Week 263, 6/26/57

  1. Garry reads postcards entered into the "I would marry Henry Morgan because…" contest.
  2. Howard Zimmerman, Cincinnati, firefighter: "I've delivered 360 babies."
  3. Dolores Cascalis, Woodland Hills: "I can tear the Los Angeles telephone book in half (1500 pages)." See also 6/3/63.
  4. Guest Lou Costello: Imitates photos of fashion models (from Look magazine) that are being projected behind the panel. See also 4/24.

Week 264, 7/3/57

Program Staff: Chester Feldman, John G. Fuller, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson
Technical Director: Vernon Gamble
Lighting: Ferdinand Manning

  1. Al Barnett, Woodmere, Long Island: "I have 10 live snakes concealed on me."
  2. "Dr. X" (Philo T. Farnsworth): I invented electronic television (when I was 14 years old — 1922)." This segment is viewable on YouTube.
  3. Guest Buster Keaton: "I'm going to judge the panel in a pie-eating contest." This segment is viewable on YouTube.

Week 267, 7/24/57

Guest Host: Bill
Panel: Carl Reiner, Jayne, Jim Backus, Faye
Stage Manager: Joe Papp

  1. Group of about 20 men: "We're all expectant fathers." Jim guesses, going last. This segment is viewable on YouTube.
  2. Lucille Avale, Stockton, CA: "I sang the first singing telegram (July 28, 1933)." It consisted of him singing "Happy Birthday" to Rudy Vallee. Faye guesses, going last.
  3. Guest Gypsy Rose Lee: "My dress weighs 28 pounds."

Week 268, 7/31/57

Guest Host: Henry
Panel: Bill, Jayne, Carl Reiner, Faye
Musical Director: Norman Paris
Program Staff: Chester Feldman, John G. Fuller, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson
Technical Director: Jack Brown
Lighting: Ferdinand Manning

  1. Salute to radio. Westbrook Van Voorhis, "March of Time" announcer, does the opening.
  2. Steve and Jayne's third wedding anniversary.
  3. "Mr. X" (Arthur Tracy): "I was 'The Street Singer' of radio."
  4. Panel identifies old show themes: "Amos 'n' Andy," "Manhattan Merry-go-round," "Little Orphan Annie," "The Rise of the Goldbergs," "Jack Armstrong, the All-American Boy," Eddie Cantor show. The portion of the episode from the beginning up to this point is viewable on YouTube.
  5. Adele Ronson, Stamford, CT: "I was 'John's Other Wife.'" Also introduced are Julie Stevens ("Helen Trent") and Virginia Payne ("Ma Perkins").
  6. Orville White, regular SFX man, and Jerry McCarty, another SFX man for CBS, recreate famous SFX: Fibber McGee's closet, Ed Wynn's fire alarm, Lone Ranger hoofsteps and gunshots, Gangbusters, Jack Benny's vault.
  7. H.V. Kalenborn, "The dean of American news commentators": "I had the first quiz show on radio (1923)." Jayne guesses immediately.
  8. Performers recreate their old radio voices off-camera: "Mr. District Attorney" (Jay Joston), "Uncle Ezra," "Mr. Anthony" (John J. Anthony), "Titus Moody."
  9. Voices of deceased performers are played: Major Bowles, Joe Penner.

Week 269, 8/7/57

Guest Host: Hal March
Program Staff: Chester Feldman, John G. Fuller, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson
Technical Director: Jack Brown
Lighting: Ferdinand Manning

  1. Hal says "for the 355th time," but he probably meant to say 255th, since this is week 269 (see also 4/3).
  2. David Gere, Jewett City, CT: "I'm the world champion woodchopper."
  3. William J. Martin, New Rochelle: "I delivered diapers to Hal March's home today (for his new baby boy)." Faye guesses, going last, though Jayne was pretty much there.
  4. Guest Ricardo Montalban: Acts out American idioms: tongue in cheek, let the chips fall where they may, an open and shut case, bend someone's ear, stop the show, flip your lid, rubbing elbows, no matter how you slice it it's still baloney, barking up the wrong tree, chew the rag, blow your top, tell it to the Marines. Henry guesses, going second. This segment is viewable on YouTube.

Week 273, 9/4/57

Program Staff: Chester Feldman, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson
Technical Director: Vernon Gamble
Lighting: Ferdinand Manning

  1. Arthur Davis, Stuart Enscoe Sr., Gifford Agnew, Judy Enscoe, Ralph Petley, Stuart Enscoe Jr., Jeff Corwin, Morgan Hudley, Isabel Enscoe, John Ragland: "All of us beat Garry Moore in a sailing race this summer." Jayne guesses, going second.
  2. Capt. Bill Holsinger, Host Company No. 4 Volunteer Fireman of Harrisonburg, VA: "My fire engine burned up (2 days ago)." Henry guesses immediately.
  3. Guest Hal March: Garry tries to guess the celebrity guest secrets that were done while he was on vacation and March guest-hosted. The secrets are enacted anew with Garry taking the place of the panel.
    1. Marilyn Maxwell's secret from 8/21 (episode missing): Secrets about Garry are revealed on cards while he is blindfolded.
    2. Ricardo Montalban's secret from 8/7 (see directly above): The panel act out cliches.
    3. Ben Blue's secret from 8/14 (episode missing): Blindfolded Garry has cards attached to him describing the color of his clothing, etc.

Week 275, 9/18/57

Panel: Henry, Faye, Bill, Jayne
Program Staff: Chester Feldman, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson
Stage Manager: Joe Papp
Technical Director: Vernon Gamble
Lighting: Ferdinand Manning

  1. Mildred Vern, Manhattan: "I'm going to marry one of the cameramen on this show (the one taking my picture now)" (Joe Schwartz on camera 3). Faye, going last, guesses camera 2, then camera 1, before being stopped.
  2. Linda Lewis, San Francisco: "I'm the youngest professional golfer in the world (age 6)." This segment is featured in the ninth anniversary episode of 6/21/61.
  3. Guest Tony Randall: The "Lover Doll of 1957 Finals" are inspired by his starring role in "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" While the blindfolded panel try to guess what's going on, he and Garry both romance various females, who then vote on which is the better lover. Garry wins.

Week 277, 10/2/57

Program Staff: Chester Feldman, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson
Technical Director: Vernon Gamble
Lighting: Ferdinand Manning

  1. Fletcher Reynolds, director of Cleveland Zoo: "I slept in a Pullman berth with a hippopotamus." This segment is viewable on YouTube.
  2. "Mr. X" (Jerry Coleman, NY Yankees): "I scored the first run in the 1957 World Series today." Charlie Root, 1932 Chicago Cubs pitcher, also visits.
  3. Guest Mickey Rooney: Building on his 4/24 appearance in which he mimicked babies, this time he mimics Zip the chimp.

Week 278, 10/9/57

Guest Host: Henry
Panel: Bill, Jayne, Carl Reiner, Faye
Program Staff: Chester Feldman, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson
Technical Director: Vernon Gamble
Lighting: Ferdinand Manning

  1. Henry places a telephone call to the vacationing Garry.
  2. Broderick Crawford (appears as a regular contestant, not a special guest): "I'm watching my own TV show on another channel." Faye guesses, going third.
  3. "Mr. X" (Bob Turley): "I was the winning pitcher for the Yankees in today's World Series game." Faye "guesses," going second, though with plenty of coaching from Bill and Carl.
  4. Guest Jerry Colonna: Draws a mustache on Henry while the panel are blindfolded. The idea is that during the questioning, the panel will remove their blindfolds one at a time and Colonna will draw mustaches on them too. To Henry's disappointment, though, Jayne guesses, going second.
  5. Because no one was expecting all the secrets to be guessed, everyone has to ad lib for seven minutes. The highlight is Carl demonstrating his ability to ad lib bogus Shakespeare.

Week 279, 10/16/57

Program Staff: Chester Feldman, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson
Technical Director: Vernon Gamble
Lighting: Ferdinand Manning

50th anniversary of Hollywood film industry (see also 11/20).

  1. Mrs. Frances (or Francis) Carey, Pittsburgh: "I was the first pianist in the first silent movie theater." Bill, given too much information, guesses immediately.
  2. "Madam X" (Lila Lee): "I was Rudolph Valentino's leading lady." Jayne guesses, going second.
  3. Lee sticks around while clips of love scenes are shown, each followed by a trivia question ("Blood and Sand," Tyrone Power and Jayne in an unnamed film, "Marty," "From Here to Eternity").
  4. Clips from Oscar-winning films: "The Grapes of Wrath," "It Happened One Night," "Lost Horizon," "Casablanca," "High Noon."
  5. This year's Oscar-winning director, Mike Todd ("Around the World in 80 Days"), shows up to plug a show.

Week 280, 10/23/57

Panel: Bill, Faye, Henry, Jayne
Program Staff: Chester Feldman, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson
Technical Director: Vernon Gamble
Lighting: Ferdinand Manning

This entire episode is viewable on YouTube in three parts: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3

  1. Vera Ward, Newport Harbor, CA: "I was Faye Emerson's singing voice in a movie" ("Nobody Lives Forever"). A clip from the movie is shown.
  2. O.K., Lynn, and Kenny Smathers, Brevard, NC: "We are all archery champions." Henry guesses, going third.
  3. Guest Diana Dors: A game of spin the bottle is played, with kisses being awarded to Garry, Bill, Henry, or one of a group of sailors chosen from the audience. Program staffer Adraia Koe is briefly seen leading the blindfolded panel to their seats.

Week 281, 10/30/57

Panel: Bill, Jayne, Henry, Audrey Meadows
Program Staff: Chester Feldman, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson
Technical Director: Vernon Gamble
Lighting: Ferdinand Manning

  1. "Mr. X" (George Cotter): "I have two sisters on the panel."
  2. Anthony J. Renaldi, Schenectady, NY: "My electronic garage door opened every time Sputnik flew over."
  3. Guest Dennis Day: Changes into six different Halloween costumes, each meant as a suggested costume for one of his children watching at home.

Week 284, 11/20/57

Panel: Bill, Audrey Meadows, Henry, Faye
Program Staff: Chester Feldman, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson
Technical Director: Vernon Gamble
Lighting: Vernon Cook

Another tribute to the movies (see also 10/16).

  1. Jayne has just given birth to William Christopher Allen.
  2. Roddy McCaskill, Encino, CA: Appeared as a baby in "Sitting Pretty" (1948) with Clifton Webb.
  3. Jerome Cowan shoots Henry with a squirt gun in revenge for a scene from "So This Is New York" (1948) in which Henry punched him.
  4. Sidney Skolsky's daughter, Steffi Sidney, has an uncredited role in "Peyton Place."
  5. Bill's father-in-law, Heinz Roemheld, won an Oscar for scoring "Yankee Doodle Dandy."
  6. A scene from "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" features the Raymond Scott composition "The Toy Trumpet."
  7. Guest Margaret Hamilton: Is shown in "The Wizard of Oz," which did not yet have the tremendous fame it gained through later TV showings.
  8. Guest Nanette Fabray: With what star is this famous song associated?

Week 286, 12/4/57

Panel: Bill, Audrey Meadows, Henry, Faye
Program Staff: Chester Feldman, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson
Technical Director: Vernon Gamble
Lighting: Vernon Cook

  1. Norman Rossen (or Rosson), Alexandria, VA: "I have a rocket in my pocket (as used to launch Vanguard rocket)."
  2. "Mr. X" (Billy Sands from "The Phil Silvers Show") and "interpreter" Al Wilson: "I'm talking double-talk and so is my interpreter (no language at all)."
  3. Guest Rudy Vallee: Doodles done by the panel on their scratch pads during past shows have been analyzed by a psychologist. (This is all double-talk, too.) It is revealed on next week's show that one doodle was mistakenly attributed to Audrey when in fact it was another one of Bill's.

Week 287, 12/11/57

Panel: Bill, Arlene Dahl, Henry, Faye
Program Staff: Chester Feldman, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson

Guest panelist Arlene Dahl is married to guest Fernando Lamas.

  1. John John, Patrick Patrick, Thomas Thomas: "We live in Walla Walla." Henry guesses, going third. See also 12/14/64.
  2. Bob Woodhouse, rural AZ; Woody Youngward, Yuma, AZ: "We flew a plane for 6 weeks without landing (world endurance record)."
  3. Guest Fernando Lamas: Eats fortune cookies while Garry works the fortune into the answer to each question. Henry guesses, going second.

Week 288, 12/18/57

Program Staff: Chester Feldman, Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson
Technical Director: Vernon Gamble
Lighting: Vernon Cook

  1. "Mr. X" (Norman Quint): "Henry Morgan has owed me $2.00 for 26 years." This segment is viewable on YouTube.
  2. Grace Muzzey (Grace Dorothy Owen), Concord, NH: "I have the very first Social Security number (001-01-0001)." She did indeed have this number, but it was not the first one issued nationally, only the first issued in Concord. It just happened to be the lowest because of the numbering system.
  3. Guest Farley Granger: "I delivered diapers to Jayne's apartment today." Faye guesses, going third. This segment is viewable on YouTube.

Week 289, 12/25/57

Associate Producer: Chester Feldman
Program Staff: Adraia Koe, Roger Peterson, Judy Crichton
Technical Director: Vernon Gamble
Lighting: Vernon Cook

  1. Jennifer Crichton (9 months old) and mother Judy of program staff: "My grandfather is seeing me for the first time tonight (he's watching this show in California)." Faye guesses, going third.
  2. Susan Feldman, daughter of associate producer Chester: "My godmother is Faye Emerson and my godfather is Henry Morgan." Jayne guesses, going second.
  3. Robert Sherman, 7, Allan's son: Seen riding a lion in a clip supposedly from 9/28/55, but this clip is not part of the episode aired that date. The clip reveals that Kitty Carlisle was Panelist 4, so it may actually be from 9/14/55 or 10/19/55.
  4. Amy and Wendy Alter, daughters of director Paul: "We just served the panel a mince pie baked in 1876 (81 years old)."
  5. Guess which celebrity sent this Christmas card (Adraia Koe brings out cards). See also 12/19/56.

1 We don't have this episode, but one segment is viewable on YouTube. "Mr. D" (Heinz Roemheld) plays "Ruby" on piano. "I'm Bill Cullen's father-in-law." (Sponsor is Winston, but ends with commercial for Salem.)

2 Episode is missing but had a wedding theme, including the write-in contest "I would marry Henry Morgan because…" which continues on 6/26. Contestants included Leroy and Dolly (Nell) Moorehead of Athens, GA, whose story is told here.


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