Garry Moore, standing, hosted this popular CBS game show that ran from 1952 to 1967 in which contestants would whisper a secret in his ear and it was up to the celebrity panel to find out what it was.Bill Cullen, seated left, Jayne Meadows, Henry Morgan and Faye Emerson made up an early incarnation of the panel.Deadpan Brit wit Anne Robinson was the host of this NBC series that was equal parts "Survivor" and Trivial Pursuit.Nine contestants started out answering trivia questions in a given time limit, while also building up a jackpot with each right answer.The show ended a few months after Congress began an investigation that some quiz shows had been rigged."Love Connection," hosted by Chuck Woolery from 1983 to 1994, took "The Dating Game" a step further.
Among the most notable contestants were a pre-"Annie" Andrea Mc Ardle and vocalist Cheryl Lynn ("Got to Be Real") who won.
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Both the entertaining and the embarrassingly awful appeared on this talent competition hosted and produced by Chuck Barris from 1976 to 1980.
Acts from jugglers to contortionists usually had 90 seconds to perform though at any time they ran the risk of getting gonged by one of the trio of celebrity judges.