History Funny / IveGotASecret

27th Sep '17 7:59:41 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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* 1953: David Niven's secret is sitting on a cake of ice. After Bill Cullen guesses the secret, David stands up and the seat of his pants are all wet.

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* July 22, 1953: David Niven's secret is secret: "I'm sitting on a cake of ice. ice". After Bill Cullen guesses the secret, David stands up and the seat of his pants are all wet.wet.
* October 5, 1955: Ronald Reagan's secret about how acting in movies and live TV is different. In movies, when the actor stumbles over his line or says "Uh..." the director says "cut" and they start the whole scene over again. On TV, if you stumble you must continue the scene. They played the game without the panel knowing that the game was going to be played like a movie. Whenever a panelist said "Uh...", Reagan would walk off the set and Garry would introduce him again with the exact same dialog:
-->'''Garry Moore:''' How did you like the way the (World) Series came out?
-->'''Ronald Reagan:''' I liked it a lot. I thought it was a very good thing for baseball.
-->'''Garry Moore:''' I did too.
** This ended up happening four times, the first time with Henry Morgan, then Jayne Meadows three times.



* October 5 1955: Ronald Reagan's secret about how acting in movies and live TV are different. In movies when the actor stumbles over his line or says "Uh...." the director says cut and they have to start the whole scene over again. On TV if you stumble you must continue the scene. They played the game without the panel knowing that the game was going to be played like a movie. It ended up as whenever someone said "Uh...." Reagan would walk off the set and Garry would introduce him again. Four more times to be exact. (Henry Morgan the first time, then Jayne Meadows three times.)
---> Garry: (repeated each time Ronald came out) How did you like the way the (World) Series came out?
---> Reagan: I liked it a lot. I thought it was a very good thing for baseball.
---> Garry: I did too.



-->'''Garry''': Excuse me, Groucho, Henry [Morgan], but I see someone holding up one finger, does that mean anything?\\
'''Groucho''': [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar What does one finger mean on this show?]]

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-->'''Garry''': -->'''Garry Moore''': Excuse me, Groucho, Henry [Morgan], but I see someone holding up one finger, does that mean anything?\\
'''Groucho''': '''Groucho Marx''': [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar What does one finger mean on this show?]]



-->'''Bob:''' This is no reflection on you, but please give your bids in pennies for this.
-->'''Pat:''' ''What?'' '''In pennies?'''

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-->'''Bob:''' -->'''Bob Barker:''' This is no reflection on you, but please give your bids in pennies for this.
-->'''Pat:''' -->'''Pat Carroll:''' ''What?'' '''In pennies?'''
30th Jun '17 6:22:25 AM Nickrj5
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* 1953: David Niven's secret is sitting on a cake of ice. After Bill Cullen guesses the secret, David stands and the seat of his pants are all wet.

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* 1953: David Niven's secret is sitting on a cake of ice. After Bill Cullen guesses the secret, David stands up and the seat of his pants are all wet.
30th Jun '17 6:22:06 AM Nickrj5
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* 1953: David Niven's secret is sitting on a cake of ice. After Bill Cullen guesses the secret, David stands and the seat of his pants are all wet.
29th Jun '17 8:29:12 AM Nickrj5
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* October 5 1955: Ronald Reagan's secret about how acting in movies and live TV are different. In movies when the actor stumbles over his line or says "Uh...." the director says cut and they have to start the whole scene over again. On TV if you stumble you must continue the scene. The played the game without the panel knowing that the game was going to be played like a movie. It ended up as whenever someone said "Uh...." Reagan would walk off the set and Garry would introduce him again. Four more times to be exact.

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* October 5 1955: Ronald Reagan's secret about how acting in movies and live TV are different. In movies when the actor stumbles over his line or says "Uh...." the director says cut and they have to start the whole scene over again. On TV if you stumble you must continue the scene. The They played the game without the panel knowing that the game was going to be played like a movie. It ended up as whenever someone said "Uh...." Reagan would walk off the set and Garry would introduce him again. Four more times to be exact. (Henry Morgan the first time, then Jayne Meadows three times.)
29th Jun '17 6:42:54 AM Nickrj5
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---> Garry: (repeated each time Ronald came out) How did you like the way the (World) Series came out?
---> Reagan: I liked it a lot. I thought it was a very good thing for baseball.
---> Garry: I did too.
29th Jun '17 6:41:23 AM Nickrj5
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* October 5 1955: Ronald Reagan's secret about how acting in movies and live TV different. In movies when the actor stumbles over his line or says "Uh...." the director says cut and they have to start the whole scene over again. On TV if you stumble you must continue the scene. The played the game without the panel knowing that the game was going to be played like a movie. It ended up as whenever someone said "Uh...." Reagan would walk off the set and Garry would introduce him again. Four more times to be exact.

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* October 5 1955: Ronald Reagan's secret about how acting in movies and live TV are different. In movies when the actor stumbles over his line or says "Uh...." the director says cut and they have to start the whole scene over again. On TV if you stumble you must continue the scene. The played the game without the panel knowing that the game was going to be played like a movie. It ended up as whenever someone said "Uh...." Reagan would walk off the set and Garry would introduce him again. Four more times to be exact.
29th Jun '17 6:40:53 AM Nickrj5
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* October 5 1955: Ronald Reagan's secret about how acting in movies and live TV different. In movies when the actor stumbles over his line or says "Uh...." the director says cut and they have to start the whole scene over again. On TV if you stumble you must continue the scene. The played the game without the panel knowing that the game was going to be played like a movie. It ended up as whenever someone said "Uh...." Reagan would walk off the set and Garry would introduce him again. Four more times to be exact.
7th Oct '16 3:28:14 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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* July 1, 1959: Groucho Marx's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWXjrHOZtrQ appearance.]] His secret? [[spoiler:He had nearly gotten the hosting job on ''Take It or Leave It'' (which became ''The $64,000 Question''), but lost it to Moore.]]

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* July 1, 1959: Groucho Marx's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWXjrHOZtrQ appearance.]] His secret? [[spoiler:He had nearly gotten the hosting job on ''Take It or Leave It'' (which became ''The $64,000 Question''), ''Series/The64000Question''), but lost it to Moore.]]
3rd Jul '16 8:30:04 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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* Unknown date: Bob Barker, in a crossover of sorts with ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'', had four audience members bid on items they obtained from panelists Pat Carroll, Arte Johnson, Anita Gillette and Richard Dawson, with the one who bid closest to the actual retail price without going over receiving the item. The items up for bid were Arte's nightshirt ("What would you give that away for? I just bought that in Germany for me!"), Anita's bikini, Richard's mailbox(!) and Pat's kazoo (Bob: "This is no reflection on you, but please give your bids in pennies for this." Pat: "''What?'' '''In pennies?'''").

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* Unknown date: Bob Barker, in a crossover of sorts with ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'', had four audience members bid on items they obtained from panelists Pat Carroll, Arte Johnson, Anita Gillette and Richard Dawson, with the one who bid closest Dawson while they tried to the actual retail price without going over receiving the item. guess which of their belongings they were bidding on. The items up for bid bids were Arte's nightshirt ("What would you give that away for? I just bought that in Germany for me!"), Anita's bikini, Richard's mailbox(!) and Pat's kazoo (Bob: "This kazoo:
-->'''Bob:''' This
is no reflection on you, but please give your bids in pennies for this." Pat: "''What?'' this.
-->'''Pat:''' ''What?''
'''In pennies?'''").pennies?'''
3rd Jul '16 8:26:14 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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* Unknown date: Bob Barker, in a crossover of sorts with ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'', had four audience members bid on items they obtained from panelists Pat Carroll, Arte Johnson, Anita Gillette and Richard Dawson, with the one who bid closest to the actual retail price without going over receiving the item. The items up for bid were Arte's nightshirt ("What would you give that away for? I just bought that in Germany for me!"), Anita's bikini, Richard's mailbox(!) and Pat's kazoo (Bob: "This is no reflection on you, but please give your bids in pennies for this." Pat: "''What?'' '''In pennies?'''").
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