History Series / BodyLanguage

28th Mar '17 8:35:23 AM themisterfree
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[[caption-width-right:350:Mark Goodson's charades obsession continues.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Mark Goodson's [[caption-width-right:350:Creator/MarkGoodson's [[Series/{{SHowoffs}} charades obsession obsession]] continues.]]
24th Mar '17 7:49:22 PM themisterfree
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Charades GameShow that ran on Creator/{{CBS}} from 1984-86 directed by Creator/PaulAlter and with Tom Kennedy as host in which two celebrity/contestant teams acted out a series of words charade-style with one teammate as the actor and the other as guesser.

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Charades GameShow that ran on Creator/{{CBS}} from 1984-86 directed by Creator/PaulAlter and with Tom Kennedy as host in which two celebrity/contestant teams acted out a series of words charade-style with one teammate as the actor and the other as guesser.



** GameShowHost: Tom Kennedy, one of the most prolific in the genre.

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** GameShowHost: Tom Kennedy, [[Series/NameThatTune Tom]] [[Series/{{Whew}} Kennedy]], one of the most prolific in the genre.
9th Mar '17 5:38:55 AM shayaweinberger
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Charades GameShow that ran on Creator/{{CBS}} from 1984-86 with Tom Kennedy as host in which two celebrity/contestant teams acted out a series of words charade-style with one teammate as the actor and the other as guesser.

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Charades GameShow that ran on Creator/{{CBS}} from 1984-86 directed by Creator/PaulAlter and with Tom Kennedy as host in which two celebrity/contestant teams acted out a series of words charade-style with one teammate as the actor and the other as guesser.
27th Nov '16 1:01:33 AM goldenroad
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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; each had 7 blanks. Guessing one puzzle only resulted in $500, but getting both of them could turn the $500 into $5,000.earned $5,000 plus $1,000 per unused chance, a maximum of $10,000.
12th Nov '16 4:36:16 PM themisterfree
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[[caption-width-right:350:Mark Goodson's charades obsession continues.]]
4th Jun '16 2:34:57 PM 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:

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* {{Pilot}}: Three Pilots were taped on October 9, 1983, eight seven months before the series taped its first week of shows. Differences below:
23rd May '16 11:18:22 PM Vahanisback
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* {{Bookends}}: The first and final week of shows each had Vicki Lawrence as the female celebrity.
30th Apr '16 10:10:50 PM KoopaKid17
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* NonStandardGameOver: Giving an illegal clue (talking or using a prop) in the second part of the BonusRound immediately ended the round in failure even if any words were left over.
11th Mar '16 3:18:14 AM Gimere
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** The scoring system was $100-$200-$300-$400 (not unlike what would eventually be used on ''[[Series/{{Password}} Super Password]]]''), instead of $100-$100-$250-$250. Apparently, this show was originally supposed to straddle.

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** The scoring system was $100-$200-$300-$400 (not unlike what would eventually be used on ''[[Series/{{Password}} Super Password]]]''), Password]]''), instead of $100-$100-$250-$250. Apparently, this show was originally supposed to straddle.
11th Mar '16 3:17:38 AM Gimere
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* GameShowWinningsCap: Contestants originally stayed on until they lost once; in September 1984, this was altered to have players stay on until they lost ''twice''.

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* GameShowWinningsCap: Contestants originally stayed on until they lost once; in September 1984, this was altered to have players stay on until they either won six times, or lost ''twice''.twice.



** 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.

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** The scoring system was $100-$200-$300-$400 (not unlike what would eventually be used on ''Super Password''), ''[[Series/{{Password}} Super Password]]]''), instead of $100-$100-$250-$250. Apparently, this show was originally supposed to straddle.
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