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Price is Right With all the buzz about Bob Barker's retirement they said he was the only host for the show, this proves it false since Bill Cullen did it first.
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Added: 26th July 2007
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Posted By: Cliffy
The Jokers Wild I always liked this game show. The Joker's Wild was a popular program that ran on CBS from 1972 through 1975 and in syndication from 1976 through 1986. It is notable for the return to television of host Jack Barry who left TV after the scandal on his 1950s game show Twenty-One. After Barry died in May 1984 he was replaced as host by Bill Cullen. This clip is from a 1979 show. What a quick game!
Tags: Jokers  Wild  Jack  Barry 
Added: 18th November 2007
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Posted By: Lava1964
Bill Cullen for Dream Whip This was before Cool Whip, but you had to make it yourself. This was ALWAYS at the Thanksgiving table at my house!
Tags: Bill  Cullen  for  Dream  Whip 
Added: 21st November 2007
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Posted By: Old Fart
Eye Guess 1968 This is an 8.5-minute clip of an NBC game show, Eye Guess, that ran from 1966 through 1969. (This particular episode is from 1968.) Hosted by Bill Cullen, this daytime program tested contestants on general knowledge plus their abilities to memorize. The first part of the clip is the bonus round for a winning contestant. The second half is the actual game part: After observing a board containing the answers to eight upcoming questions for eight seconds, the contestants had to choose the location of the answers when the corresponding questions were asked.
Tags: Eye  Guess  Bill  Cullen  game  show 
Added: 13th September 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
The Price Is Right 1963 Version Bob Barker's version of The Price Is Right was not the first. Bill Cullen hosted the original version in the 1960s. Here's a clip from 1963.
Tags: Price  is  Right  Bill  Cullen 
Added: 25th September 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
Bill Cullen CBS Obituary file He died July 7, 1990, his career spanned 5 decades but I placed this in the 60s where he was most famous for game shows.
Tags:     Bill    Cullen    Price    is    Right    I've    Got    Secret    Three    on    Match    Hot    Potato    game    shows      Pat  Carroll 
Added: 12th October 2008
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Posted By: BigBoy Bob
Featured Member- SpruceMoose My name is Wayne. I was born in 1952 in a town about 40 miles east of Los Angeles, California. For the last 57 years, I have lived within shouting distance of Route 66. I have always been a big fan of trivia, especially history. A brief dabbling in genealogy revealed that I'm a direct descendant of Edward III, but my friend Dolores Cullen, a scholar of Geoffry Chaucer, was more impressed that the bard's first patron, John of Gaunt is something like my 19th great-grandfather. I was a member of the Loyal Order of Moose for quite some time, where my wife, Linda and I both served as officers. When she passed away I consoled myself with the internet, where I discovered YRT, and I'm also an habitue of Yahoo Answers, where I endure bad spelling and nonexistent punctuation in order to offer guidance to young people. My profile picture [avatar] is of me, taken in about 1963, judging from the roller skates and my godparents' 1962 Chevy that was originally in the background. Just to make myself a little more interesting, I am currently homeless, living in one motel room or another, or occasionally staying with a friend. I'm so old, I can remember when Knott's Berry Farm, Southern California's oldest theme park, had free admission, and you bought individual tickets for each attraction.
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Added: 6th March 2009
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Posted By: Steve
Bill Cullen Secret Disability The affable Bill Cullen is largely considered one of the greatest TV game show hosts ever. (One poll lists him as THE greatest.) Witty and charming, Cullen was a fixture as a game show host and as a regular panelist on I've Got a Secret for years. One source claims he earned $300,000 in 1958--an extraordinary sum for that era. During his impressive broadcasting career which spanned from radio sports commentary in 1942 to his umpteenth TV game show gig in 1986, Cullen hid an obvious physical disability: As a toddler in 1921 he had been stricken by polio. As a teen he was further crippled in a motorcycle mishap. The end result was that Cullen had severe mobility issues until the day he died. As was the norm at the time, the TV networks did their best to hide Cullen's disability as a kindness to him. Every game show he hosted he was never shown walking to his place; he was always already seated behind a podium and stayed that way for the show's duration. On July 9, 1961 he was a mystery guest on the original What's My Line. Usually the WML mystery guest would be shown signing in and then walking a few feet to sit beside host John Daly. When Cullen entered, the camera focused on the blindfolded panelists until he was seated--which must have puzzled millions of viewers that night. Mel Brooks related a horribly awkward story about a time he appeared on the Cullen-hosted game show Eye Guess in the late 1960s. At the end of the tapings, Brooks walked toward Cullen's desk to thank him for having him on. Cullen walked towards Brooks with his arms flailing and his feet turned over at the ankles. Brooks thought Cullen was doing a deliberately comical walk, so Brooks mimicked it! Brooks was aghast when someone shouted that Cullen was disabled. Cullen, however, laughed loudly and told Brooks he was glad someone finally had the courage to poke fun at him. Cullen said he always felt self-conscious about the special treatment he received. Cullen also suffered through pancreatic surgery in the late 1960s. He was never as robust looking afterwards. A lifelong smoker, Cullen succumbed to lung cancer in 1990 at age 70.
Tags: Bill  Cullen  polio  TV  host  disability 
Added: 18th June 2015
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Posted By: Lava1964
Price Is Right 1957 with Wisk Commercial Tags: Price  is  Right  1957  1950's  50's  Bill  Cullen  Wisk  Commercial  BMW  Isetta 
Added: 2nd June 2014
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Posted By: pfc
Winning Streak - Forgotten Game Show Here is the only known complete episode of the word-based game show Winning Streak. Don't remember it? You're not alone. It only aired on NBC for six months from July 1, 1974 to January 3, 1975. Bill Cullen was the host. I can tell you one thing: a mediocre tournament Scrabble player would clean up at this game!
Tags: Winning  Streak  game  show  Bill  Cullen 
Added: 28th March 2013
Views: 1017
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Posted By: Lava1964

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