Can you complete the names of forgotten 1960s game shows?

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In the 1960s, there were boatloads of game shows that aired in extremely short stints. Some game shows lasted just six months, others stretched to a single season, and there was even one that last just three episodes.

Think you can figure out with your best quiz show deduction skills the correct word to complete the names of these obscure 1960s game shows?

Face the truth or consequences below.
  1. Pick the correct word to fill in the blank: [???] Grand
  2. Pick the correct word to fill in the blank: Dream [???]
  3. Pick the correct word to fill in the blank: Missing [???]
  4. Pick the correct word to fill in the blank: [???] Judgment
  5. Pick the correct word to fill in the blank: Chain [???]
  6. Pick the correct word to fill in the blank: Get the [???]
  7. Pick the correct word to fill in the blank: People Will [???]
  8. Pick the correct word to fill in the blank: Funny You Should [???]
  9. Pick the correct word to fill in the blank: Who Do You [???]?
  10. Pick the correct word to fill in the blank: You're [???] Me On!
  11. Pick the correct word to fill in the blank: How's Your [???]?
  12. Pick the correct word to fill in the blank: Let's Play [???]
Can you complete the names of forgotten 1960s game shows?

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AlF 1 month ago
Let's Play Post Office? I bet that show ran short... Dumb.
Edward 1 month ago
Got 7. Did'nt watch much TV in the 60's, let alone game shows.
STTOS 2 months ago
9/12 - Not bad considering that I too guessed on all of them. Never heard of any of them but some of the answers seemed more logical like #3, #4, #8, #10. They're part of an already familiar phrase.
Lacey 2 months ago
8/12 and I have never heard of ANY of these.
MrBill 2 months ago
9/12; not too bad for mostly guessing.
Geronimo 2 months ago
Not bad for someone who doesn't know none of these shows...............11/12
TomTerrrific 2 months ago
And here's Johnny to tell you about our lovely parting gifts...
cperrynaples TomTerrrific 2 months ago
I assume you mean Johnny Olsen, a great guy who I once met in New York! Fun Fact: He introduced the phrase "Come on Down" on TPIR in 1972!!
JeffTanner 2 months ago
You got 7 out of 12 -----------------Ah, well, as game shows taught us, you can't win them all.
SheriHeffner 2 months ago
9 out of 12. I guessed on almost all of them because I have never heard of or seen any of these shows.
anthony 2 months ago
9/12.All guesses. Never even heard of any of these.




nerakr 2 months ago
8/10. I was too young to remember any of these.
Geronimo nerakr 2 months ago
And too stupid to know it was 12 questions
EllisClevenger 2 months ago
You got 9 out of 12
Ah, well, as game shows taught us, you can't win them all.
staytunedfor 2 months ago
#2. There was a game show called "Dream Girl of '67" (a beauty contest) that ran on ABC during the 1966-7 season. I think it was on after General Hospital.
Pegs staytunedfor 2 months ago
Thank you, I remember that, too.
Hazel 2 months ago
10/12 Steve Martin is one wild and crazy guy
Lucyneenah19701 2 months ago
8 out of 12. They forgot Wheel of Fortune, Who Wants to be a Millionaire, Tic Tac Dough, Jeopardy!, and The Price is Right. And Supermarket Sweep, which is a cute 80's game show. And What's My Line.
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JeffTanner cperrynaples 2 months ago
What's My Line? goes back all the way to the 1950's.
MrsPhilHarris nerakr 2 months ago
Ooooh I loved What's My Line!
This is a lengthly answer because i'm dealing with multiple formats. On IGAS, the hosts were Garry Moore and Steve Allen. The men were always Bill Cullen and Henry Morgan [first and third] and the women [second and fourth] were Faye Emerson and Jayne Meadows in the '50's and Betsy Palmer and Bess Myerson in the '60's. Fun Fact: Palmer was Jason's mother in the original Friday the 13th AND the actual killer in said film, a factoid that would have saved Drew Barrymore's life in the original "Scream"! T4's hosts over the years include Bud Collyer, Garry Moore, Joe Garagiola, Gordon Elliott, Lynn Swann, Alex Trebek, John O'Hurley and Anthony Anderson. 2 more Fun Facts: [1] Richard Kline of "Three's Company" hosted a 1990 pilot broadcast by mistake. [2] The panelist most associated with T4 is of course Kitty Carlisle who appeared with every host except Anderson!
Geronimo Lucyneenah19701 2 months ago
These are forgotten showsπŸ˜’
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