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Pilot[]

Taped Panel
August 21, 1963 Milt Kamen, Phyllis Newman, Chester Morris

NBC Series (1963–1964)[]

1963[]

Week Episodes Taped/Aired Panel
#01[1] #001-#005 Taped: 1963
Aired: September 09-13, 1963
Kitty Carlisle, Milt Kamen, Peggy Cass
#02[2] #006-#010 Taped: 1963
Aired: September 16-20, 1963
Sam Levenson, Kitty Carlisle, Nipsey Russell
#03 #011-#015 Taped: 1963
Aired: September 23-27, 1963
Lorne Greene, Abbe Lane, Milt Kamen
#04 #016-#020 Taped: 1963
Aired: September 30-October 04, 1963
Robert Q. Lewis, Sheila MacRae, Vaughn Meader
#05 #021-#025 Taped: 1963
Aired: October 07-11, 1963
Jack E. Leonard, Joan Fontaine, Gene Rayburn
#06 #026-#030 Taped: 1963
Aired: October 14-18, 1963
Skitch Henderson, Kitty Carlisle, Henry Morgan
#07 #031-#035 Taped: 1963
Aired: October 21-25, 1963
Sam Levenson, Ann Sheridan, Nipsey Russell
#08 #036-#040 Taped: 1963
Aired: October 28-November 01, 1963
Pat Carroll, Tom Poston, Joan Fontaine
#09 #041-#045 Taped: 1963
Aired: November 04-08, 1963
Skitch Henderson, Dorothy Kilgallen, Tom Poston
#10 #046-#050 Taped: 1963
Aired: November 11-15, 1963
Robert Q. Lewis, Betty White, Henry Morgan
#11 #051-#055 Taped: 1963
Aired: November 18-22, 1963
Sam Levenson, Arlene Francis, Dick Shawn
#12 #056-#060 Taped: 1963
Aired: November 25-29, 1963
Robert Q. Lewis, Elizabeth Ashley, Tom Poston
#13 #061-#065 Taped: 1963
Aired: December 02-06, 1963
Ossie Davis, Kitty Carlisle, Robert Q. Lewis
#14 #066-#070 Taped: 1963
Aired: December 09-13, 1963
Sam Levenson, Shari Lewis, Nipsey Russell
#15 #071-#075 Taped: 1963
Aired: December 16-20, 1963
Sam Levenson, Dorothy Kilgallen, Tom Poston
#16 #076-#080 Taped: 1963
Aired: December 23-27, 1963
Tom Poston, Barbara Feldon, Nipsey Russell
#17[3] #081-#085 Taped: 1963
Aired: December 30, 1963-January 03, 1964
Joey Foreman, Joan Fontaine, Tom Poston

1964[]

Week Episodes Taped/Aired Panel
#18 #086-#090 Taped: 1964
Aired: January 06-10, 1964
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#19 #091-#095 Taped: 1964
Aired: January 13-17, 1964
Abe Burrows, Shari Lewis, Tom Poston
#20 #096-#100 Taped: 1964
Aired: January 20-24, 1964
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#21 #101-#105 Taped: 1964
Aired: January 27-31, 1964
Dwayne Hickman, Shari Lewis, Tom Poston
#22 #106-#110 Taped: 1964
Aired: February 03-07, 1964
Sam Levenson, Elizabeth Ashley, Nipsey Russell
#23 #111-#115 Taped: 1964
Aired: February 10-14, 1964
Robert Q. Lewis, Kitty Carlisle, Nipsey Russell
#24 #116-#120 Taped: 1964
Aired: February 17-21, 1964
Sam Levenson, Shari Lewis, Robert Q. Lewis
#25 #121-#125 Taped: 1964
Aired: February 24-28, 1964
Joel Grey, Kitty Carlisle, Sam Levenson
#26 #126-#130 Taped: 1964
Aired: March 02-06, 1964
Nipsey Russell, Phyllis Kirk, Jerry Shayne
#27 #131-#135 Taped: 1964
Aired: March 09-13, 1964
Oscar Brand, Shari Lewis, Nipsey Russell
#28 #136-#140 Taped: 1964
Aired: March 16-20, 1964
Sam Levenson, Barbara Feldon, Robert Q. Lewis
#29[4] #141-#145 Taped: 1964
Aired: March 23-27, 1964
Sam Levenson, Peggy Cass, Nipsey Russell

ABC Series (1964)[]

Week Episodes Taped/Aired Panel
#01[5] #001-#005 Taped: 1964
Aired: March 30-April 03, 1964
Joel Grey, Dorothy Kilgallen, Tom Poston
#02 #006-#010 Taped: 1964
Aired: April 06-10, 1964
Lionel Hampton, Shari Lewis, Nipsey Russell
#03 #011-#015 Taped: 1964
Aired: April 13-17, 1964
Robert Q. Lewis, Barbara Feldon, Sam Levenson
#04 #016-#020 Taped: 1964
Aired: April 20-24, 1964
Sam Levenson, Nancy Dussault, Nipsey Russell
#05 #021-#025 Taped: 1964
Aired: April 27-May 01, 1964
Joel Grey, Phyllis Kirk, Tom Poston
#06 #026-#030 Taped: 1964
Aired: May 04-08, 1964
Tom Poston, Dorothy Kilgallen, Nipsey Russell
#07 #031-#035 Taped: 1964
Aired: May 11-15, 1964
Joel Grey, Peggy Cass, Sam Levenson
#08 #036-#040 Taped: 1964
Aired: May 18-22, 1964
Sam Levenson, Barbara Feldon, Nipsey Russell
#09 #041-#045 Taped: 1964
Aired: May 25-29, 1964
Robert Q. Lewis, Phyllis Kirk, Tom Poston
#10 #046-#050 Taped: 1964
Aired: June 01-05, 1964
Tom Poston, Dorothy Kilgallen, Nipsey Russell
#11 #051-#055 Taped: 1964
Aired: June 08-12, 1964
Joel Grey, Barbara Feldon, Tom Poston
#12 #056-#060 Taped: 1964
Aired: June 15-19, 1964
Sam Levenson, Arlene Francis, Nipsey Russell
#13 #061-#065 Taped: 1964
Aired: June 22-26, 1964
Sam Levenson, Florence Henderson, Robert Q. Lewis
#14 #066-#070 Taped: 1964
Aired: June 29-July 03, 1964
Tom Poston, Phyllis Kirk, Nipsey Russell
#15 #071-#075 Taped: 1964
Aired: July 06-10, 1964
Joel Grey, Kaye Ballard, Sam Levenson
#16 #076-#080 Taped: 1964
Aired: July 13-17, 1964
Sam Levenson, Monique van Vooren, Nipsey Russell
#17 #081-#085 Taped: 1964
Aired: July 20-24, 1964
Milt Kamen, Barbara Feldon, Tom Poston
#18 #086-#090 Taped: 1964
Aired: July 27-31, 1964
Tom Poston, Constance Ford, Nipsey Russell
#19 #091-#095 Taped: 1964
Aired: August 03-07, 1964
Sam Levenson, Phyllis Diller, Robert Q. Lewis
#20 #096-#100 Taped: 1964
Aired: August 10-14, 1964
Sam Levenson, Phyllis Kirk, Nipsey Russell
#21 #101-#105 Taped: 1964
Aired: August 17-21, 1964
Tom Poston, Phyllis Diller, Nipsey Russell
#22 #106-#110 Taped: 1964
Aired: August 24-28, 1964
Tom Poston, Dorothy Kilgallen, Nipsey Russell
#23 #111-#115 Taped: 1964
Aired: August 31-September 04, 1964
Dwayne Hickman, Barbara Feldon, Tom Poston
#24 #116-#120 Taped: 1964
Aired: September 07-11, 1964
Tom Poston, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Nipsey Russell
#25 #121-#125 Taped: 1964
Aired: September 14-18, 1964
Dwayne Hickman, Barbara Feldon, Tom Poston
#26 #126-#130 Taped: 1964
Aired: September 21-25, 1964
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Notes[]

  1. Show premieres at 11:30 a.m. in color with Ed McMahon as host.
  2. Nipsey Russel's first appearance. He would soon make history on this program as the first ever African-American regular panelist on a game show.
  3. During this time, Monty Hall appears to promote Let's Make a Deal.
  4. Last week with Ed McMahon on NBC in color. The following Monday, Jeopardy! would take its place, while Missing Links moved to ABC at 11:30 a.m. with a new host in Dick Clark. Clark & McMahon would later host TV's Bloopers & Practical Jokes, as well as do commercials for American Family Publishers Sweepstakes.
  5. First week on ABC at 11:30 a.m. with Dick Clark (who had previously hosted The Object Is for 13 weeks), right after Get the Message, and also a new set. Since ABC didn't air in color in daytime, due to not being owned by RCA Television, they had to be in Black & White instead.
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