History Series / BodyLanguage

12th Feb '16 3:47:14 PM Gimere
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* ShowTheFolksAtHome: The words to be pantomimed are shown to the home viewers.

* ShowTheFolksAtHome: The words to be pantomimed are shown to the home viewers.
30th Dec '15 9:56:59 PM Gimere
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14th Sep '15 3:12:16 PM Vahanisback
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** The gameplay in the Pilots was a battle of the sexes (women vs.men); in the series, it didn't matter.
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** The gameplay in the Pilots was a battle of the sexes (women vs. men); in the series, it didn't matter.
14th Sep '15 2:37:38 PM Vahanisback
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** The set had green everywhere, including the logo, main doors, and scoreboard.
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** The set had green everywhere, including the logo, main doors, and scoreboard. The series repainted the door to blue, and toned down the greens. ** The teams entered from the doors; in the series, they were already seated when host Tom Kennedy made his entrance.
13th Sep '15 7:41:36 AM Vahanisback
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** The gameplay pitted Women vs. Men.
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** The gameplay pitted Women vs. Men.in the Pilots was a battle of the sexes (women vs.men); in the series, it didn't matter.
12th Sep '15 10:55:19 AM Vahanisback
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** The bonus round was called "7 Chances", in which the team had to guess both puzzles full of blanks, each had 7 blanks. Guessing one puzzle only resulted in $500, but getting both of them could turn the $500 into $5,000.
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** The bonus round was called "7 Chances", in which the team had to guess both puzzles full of blanks, blanks; each had 7 blanks. Guessing one puzzle only resulted in $500, but getting both of them could turn the $500 into $5,000.
12th Sep '15 10:51:26 AM Vahanisback
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* {{Pilot}}: Three Pilots were taped on October 9, 1983, eight months before the series taped its first week of shows. Differences below: ** The theme song was Dave Grusin's ''Working Girl March'' (from the film ''Tootsie''). ** The set had green everywhere, including the logo, main doors, and scoreboard. ** The gameplay pitted Women vs. Men. ** The puzzleboard (blue, instead of black) was shown before the round began. ** The scoring system was $100-$200-$300-$400 (not unlike what would eventually be used on ''Super Password''), instead of $100-$100-$250-$250. Apparently, this show was originally supposed to straddle. ** The bonus round was called "7 Chances", in which the team had to guess both puzzles full of blanks, each had 7 blanks. Guessing one puzzle only resulted in $500, but getting both of them could turn the $500 into $5,000.

** The theme song in the Pilot was Dave Grusin's ''Working Girl March'' (from the film ''Tootsie'') which was reworked by Edd Kalehoff for the series proper.
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** The theme song in the Pilot Pilots was Dave Grusin's ''Working Girl March'' (from the film ''Tootsie'') which was reworked by Edd Kalehoff for the series proper.
12th Sep '15 10:34:53 AM Vahanisback
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* OpeningNarration: '''October 9, 1983 Pilots''': "Let your body do the talking onnnnnnnn ''Body Language''! Let's meet the players, [Female celebrity and female partner], and for the men [Male celebrity and male partner]. Now here's the star of ''Body Language'', Tom Kennedy!"
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* OpeningNarration: OpeningNarration: ** '''October 9, 1983 Pilots''': "Let your body do the talking onnnnnnnn ''Body Language''! Let's meet the players, [Female celebrity and female partner], and for the men [Male celebrity and male partner]. Now here's the star of ''Body Language'', Tom Kennedy!"
12th Sep '15 10:34:30 AM Vahanisback
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* OpeningNarration: ** '''October 9, 1983 Pilots''': "Let your body do the talking onnnnnnnn ''Body Language''! Let's meet the players, [Female celebrity and female partner], and for the men [Male celebrity and male partner]. Now here's the star of ''Body Language'', Tom Kennedy!
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* OpeningNarration: ** '''October 9, 1983 Pilots''': "Let your body do the talking onnnnnnnn ''Body Language''! Let's meet the players, [Female celebrity and female partner], and for the men [Male celebrity and male partner]. Now here's the star of ''Body Language'', Tom Kennedy!Kennedy!"
12th Sep '15 10:34:08 AM Vahanisback
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* OpeningNarration: ** '''October 9, 1983 Pilots''': "Let your body do the talking onnnnnnnn ''Body Language''! Let's meet the players, [Female celebrity and female partner], and for the men [Male celebrity and male partner]. Now here's the star of ''Body Language'', Tom Kennedy! ** '''1984-1986 Series''': "It's the game for the uninhibited! Our stars this week [Celebrities' names here]. Watch their bodies do the talking onnnnnnnn ''Body Language''! And here's the star of ''Body Language'', Tom Kennedy!"

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** The theme song in the Pilot was Dave Grusin's ''Working Girl March'' (from the film ''Tootsie'') which was reworked by Edd Kalehoff for the series proper.
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