History Series / WinLoseOrDraw

10th Oct '16 12:30:42 PM themisterfree
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** GameShowHost: Bert Convy, Robb Weller, Vicki Lawrence, Marc Price, Justin Willman. Weller and Lawrence would later host unsold pilots in 1990 (Robb on a revival of ''Series/SplitSecond'' and 1993's ''Hollywood Teasers'' (an unsold revival attempt at ''Series/AllStarBlitz''), Vicki on ''Body Talk''), while Price never helmed a game show before or since. Justin Willman previously hosted ''Series/ScrabbleShowdown'' and [=HubWorld=] on Creator/DiscoveryFamily.

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** GameShowHost: Bert Convy, Robb Weller, Vicki Lawrence, Marc Price, Justin Willman. Weller and Lawrence would later host unsold pilots in 1990 (Robb on a revival of ''Series/SplitSecond'' and 1993's ''Hollywood Teasers'' (an unsold revival attempt at ''Series/AllStarBlitz''), Vicki on ''Body Talk''), while Price never helmed a game show before or since. Justin Willman previously hosted ''Series/ScrabbleShowdown'' and [=HubWorld=] ''[=HubWorld=]'' on Creator/DiscoveryFamily.


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** The ''Teen'' run had a sort-of electric guitar version.
19th Mar '16 4:47:26 AM themisterfree
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GameShow created in 1987 by [[Series/{{Tattletales}} Bert]] [[Series/{{Password}} Convy]] and Creator/BurtReynolds, alongside Kline & Friends and [[Creator/{{Disney}} Buena Vista Television]]. In it, two teams, each comprising two celebrities and a contestant, competed in what basically amounted to televised ''Pictionary'' (never mind that there have been two different game show versions of ''Pictionary'' proper). It consisted of three rounds wherein a team member attempted to convey a given answer (usually a person, place or thing) by drawing it. At the 30-second mark a doorbell sound effect was heard, and the team member doing the drawing could opt to pass the marker to the next person in line. A correct guess earned $200 (or $100 if the marker was passed) for the team in play; if they failed to guess, the opposing team could take a guess for $100.

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GameShow created in 1987 by [[Series/{{Tattletales}} Bert]] [[Series/{{Password}} Convy]] and Creator/BurtReynolds, alongside [[Series/BreakTheBank1985 Kline & Friends &]] [[Series/StrikeItLucky Friends]] and [[Creator/{{Disney}} Buena Vista Television]]. In it, two teams, each comprising two celebrities and a contestant, competed in what basically amounted to televised ''Pictionary'' (never mind that there have been two different game show versions of ''Pictionary'' proper). It consisted of three rounds wherein a team member attempted to convey a given answer (usually a person, place or thing) by drawing it. At the 30-second mark a doorbell sound effect was heard, and the team member doing the drawing could opt to pass the marker to the next person in line. A correct guess earned $200 (or $100 if the marker was passed) for the team in play; if they failed to guess, the opposing team could take a guess for $100.
28th Feb '16 2:54:52 PM Gimere
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* WriteWhoYouKnow: The origin of the series lay in the game nights Burt Reynolds used to hold at his house; the set was modelled after his living room.
18th Feb '16 10:12:24 AM themisterfree
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** GameShowHost: Bert Convy, Robb Weller, Vicki Lawrence, Marc Price, Justin Willman. Weller and Lawrence would later host unsold pilots in 1990 (Robb on a revival of ''Series/SplitSecond'' and ''Hollywood Teasers'' (an unsold revival attempt at ''Series/AllStarBlitz ''), Vicki on ''Body Talk''), while Price never helmed a game show before or since. Justin Willman previously hosted ''Series/ScrabbleShowdown'' and [=HubWorld=] on Creator/DiscoveryFamily.

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** GameShowHost: Bert Convy, Robb Weller, Vicki Lawrence, Marc Price, Justin Willman. Weller and Lawrence would later host unsold pilots in 1990 (Robb on a revival of ''Series/SplitSecond'' and 1993's ''Hollywood Teasers'' (an unsold revival attempt at ''Series/AllStarBlitz ''), ''Series/AllStarBlitz''), Vicki on ''Body Talk''), while Price never helmed a game show before or since. Justin Willman previously hosted ''Series/ScrabbleShowdown'' and [=HubWorld=] on Creator/DiscoveryFamily.
18th Feb '16 10:12:00 AM themisterfree
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** GameShowHost: Bert Convy, Robb Weller, Vicki Lawrence, Marc Price, Justin Willman. Weller and Lawrence would later host unsold pilots in 1990 (Robb on a revival of ''Series/SplitSecond'' and ''[[Series/AllStarBlitz Hollywood Teasers]]'', Vicki on ''Body Talk''), while Price never helmed a game show before or since. Justin Willman previously hosted ''Series/ScrabbleShowdown'' and [=HubWorld=] on Creator/DiscoveryFamily.

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** GameShowHost: Bert Convy, Robb Weller, Vicki Lawrence, Marc Price, Justin Willman. Weller and Lawrence would later host unsold pilots in 1990 (Robb on a revival of ''Series/SplitSecond'' and ''[[Series/AllStarBlitz Hollywood Teasers]]'', ''Hollywood Teasers'' (an unsold revival attempt at ''Series/AllStarBlitz ''), Vicki on ''Body Talk''), while Price never helmed a game show before or since. Justin Willman previously hosted ''Series/ScrabbleShowdown'' and [=HubWorld=] on Creator/DiscoveryFamily.
17th Feb '16 10:37:22 AM themisterfree
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* {{Pilot}}: The syndicated version had a pilot taped on November 2, 1986, with Bert Convy as host, and the celebrity guests being Loni Anderson and Betty White vs. Tony Danza and Burt Reynolds. It aired as a special sneak preview episode.

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* {{Pilot}}: The syndicated version had a pilot taped on November 2, 1986, with Bert Convy as host, Rod Roddy announcing, and the celebrity guests being Loni Anderson and Betty White vs. Tony Danza and Burt Reynolds. It aired as a special sneak preview episode.
17th Feb '16 10:34:15 AM themisterfree
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** TheAnnouncer: Gene Wood, a friend of Bert, announced the Convy version. Bob Hilton announced on the daytime show and occasionally filled in on the nighttime version; Johnny Gilbert was an occasional substitute as well. Rod Roddy announced the pilot (which was aired as a "sneak preview" the week before the syndicated version began).

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** TheAnnouncer: Gene Wood, a friend of Bert, announced the Convy version. Bob Hilton announced on the daytime show and occasionally filled in on the nighttime version; Johnny Gilbert was an occasional substitute as well. Rod Roddy announced the pilot (which was aired as a "sneak preview" the week before the syndicated version began).pilot.
17th Feb '16 8:52:25 AM themisterfree
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The Creator/DisneyChannel produced its own version, called ''Teen Win, Lose or Draw'' and hosted by Marc Price. This version began in April 1989, initially taping at Disney-MGM Studios in Florida before moving to LA, nd outlasted the syndicated run, airing until 1992. Disney Channel revived the series as ''Disney's Win, Lose or Draw'' in early 2014 with Justin Willman as host.

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The Creator/DisneyChannel produced its own version, called ''Teen Win, Lose or Draw'' and hosted by Marc Price. This version began in April 1989, initially taping at Disney-MGM Studios in Florida before moving to LA, nd and outlasted the syndicated run, airing until 1992. Disney Channel revived the series as ''Disney's Win, Lose or Draw'' in early 2014 with Justin Willman as host.



** GameShowHost: Bert Convy, Robb Weller, Vicki Lawrence, Marc Price, Justin Willman. Weller and Lawrence would later host unsold pilots in 1990 (Robb on a revival of ''Series/SplitSecond'' and ''[[Series/AllStarBlitz Hollywood Teasers]]", Vicki on ''Body Talk''), while Price never helmed a game show before or since. Justin Willman previously hosted ''Series/ScrabbleShowdown'' and [=HubWorld=] on Creator/HubNetwork.

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** GameShowHost: Bert Convy, Robb Weller, Vicki Lawrence, Marc Price, Justin Willman. Weller and Lawrence would later host unsold pilots in 1990 (Robb on a revival of ''Series/SplitSecond'' and ''[[Series/AllStarBlitz Hollywood Teasers]]", Teasers]]'', Vicki on ''Body Talk''), while Price never helmed a game show before or since. Justin Willman previously hosted ''Series/ScrabbleShowdown'' and [=HubWorld=] on Creator/HubNetwork.Creator/DiscoveryFamily.
17th Feb '16 8:50:27 AM themisterfree
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GameShow created in 1987 by [[Series/{{Tattletales}} Bert]] [[Series/{{Password}} Convy]] and Creator/BurtReynolds. In it, two teams, each comprising two celebrities and a contestant, competed in what basically amounted to televised ''Pictionary'' (never mind that there have been two different game show versions of ''Pictionary'' proper). It consisted of three rounds wherein a team member attempted to convey a given answer (usually a person, place or thing) by drawing it. At the 30-second mark a doorbell sound effect was heard, and the team member doing the drawing could opt to pass the marker to the next person in line. A correct guess earned $200 (or $100 if the marker was passed) for the team in play; if they failed to guess, the opposing team could take a guess for $100.

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GameShow created in 1987 by [[Series/{{Tattletales}} Bert]] [[Series/{{Password}} Convy]] and Creator/BurtReynolds.Creator/BurtReynolds, alongside Kline & Friends and [[Creator/{{Disney}} Buena Vista Television]]. In it, two teams, each comprising two celebrities and a contestant, competed in what basically amounted to televised ''Pictionary'' (never mind that there have been two different game show versions of ''Pictionary'' proper). It consisted of three rounds wherein a team member attempted to convey a given answer (usually a person, place or thing) by drawing it. At the 30-second mark a doorbell sound effect was heard, and the team member doing the drawing could opt to pass the marker to the next person in line. A correct guess earned $200 (or $100 if the marker was passed) for the team in play; if they failed to guess, the opposing team could take a guess for $100.



The show aired in two different formats, both of which debuted on the same day in 1987 a daytime version on Creator/{{NBC}} hosted by Vicki Lawrence, and a nighttime syndicated version hosted by Bert Convy. The daytime version was canned in 1989, and Robb Weller took over on the syndicated version for the 1989-90 season (Convy left to host ''3rd Degree!'', which he and Reynolds also produced).

The Creator/DisneyChannel produced its own version, called ''Teen Win, Lose or Draw'' and hosted by Marc Price. This version began in April 1989 and outlasted the syndicated run, airing until 1992. Disney Channel revived the series as ''Disney Win, Lose or Draw'' in early 2014 with Justin Willman as host.

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The show aired in two different formats, both of which debuted on the same day in 1987 a daytime version on Creator/{{NBC}} hosted by Vicki Lawrence, and a nighttime syndicated version hosted by Bert Convy. The daytime version was canned in 1989, and Robb Weller of ''Series/EntertainmentTonight'' took over on the syndicated version for the 1989-90 season (Convy left to host ''3rd Degree!'', which he and Reynolds also produced).

The Creator/DisneyChannel produced its own version, called ''Teen Win, Lose or Draw'' and hosted by Marc Price. This version began in April 1989 and 1989, initially taping at Disney-MGM Studios in Florida before moving to LA, nd outlasted the syndicated run, airing until 1992. Disney Channel revived the series as ''Disney ''Disney's Win, Lose or Draw'' in early 2014 with Justin Willman as host.



** TheAnnouncer: Gene Wood, a friend of Bert, announced the Convy version. Bob Hilton announced on the daytime show and occasionally filled in on the nighttime version; Johnny Gilbert was an occasional substitute as well.

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** TheAnnouncer: Gene Wood, a friend of Bert, announced the Convy version. Bob Hilton announced on the daytime show and occasionally filled in on the nighttime version; Johnny Gilbert was an occasional substitute as well. Rod Roddy announced the pilot (which was aired as a "sneak preview" the week before the syndicated version began).



** GameShowHost: Bert Convy, Robb Weller, Vicki Lawrence, Marc Price, Justin Willman. Weller and Lawrence would later host unsold pilots in 1990 (Robb on a revival of ''Split Second'', Vicki on ''Body Talk''), while Price never helmed a game show before or since.

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** GameShowHost: Bert Convy, Robb Weller, Vicki Lawrence, Marc Price, Justin Willman. Weller and Lawrence would later host unsold pilots in 1990 (Robb on a revival of ''Split Second'', ''Series/SplitSecond'' and ''[[Series/AllStarBlitz Hollywood Teasers]]", Vicki on ''Body Talk''), while Price never helmed a game show before or since.since. Justin Willman previously hosted ''Series/ScrabbleShowdown'' and [=HubWorld=] on Creator/HubNetwork.


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* WriteWhoYouKnow: The origin of the series lay in the game nights Burt Reynolds used to hold at his house; the set was modelled after his living room.
17th Feb '16 8:34:02 AM CorahsUncle
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GameShow created in 1987 by [[Series/{{Tattletales}} Bert]] [[Series/{{Password Convy]] and Creator/BurtReynolds. In it, two teams, each comprising two celebrities and a contestant, competed in what basically amounted to televised ''Pictionary'' (never mind that there have been two different game show versions of ''Pictionary'' proper). It consisted of three rounds wherein a team member attempted to convey a given answer (usually a person, place or thing) by drawing it. At the 30-second mark a doorbell sound effect was heard, and the team member doing the drawing could opt to pass the marker to the next person in line. A correct guess earned $200 (or $100 if the marker was passed) for the team in play; if they failed to guess, the opposing team could take a guess for $100.

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GameShow created in 1987 by [[Series/{{Tattletales}} Bert]] [[Series/{{Password [[Series/{{Password}} Convy]] and Creator/BurtReynolds. In it, two teams, each comprising two celebrities and a contestant, competed in what basically amounted to televised ''Pictionary'' (never mind that there have been two different game show versions of ''Pictionary'' proper). It consisted of three rounds wherein a team member attempted to convey a given answer (usually a person, place or thing) by drawing it. At the 30-second mark a doorbell sound effect was heard, and the team member doing the drawing could opt to pass the marker to the next person in line. A correct guess earned $200 (or $100 if the marker was passed) for the team in play; if they failed to guess, the opposing team could take a guess for $100.



* AlohaHawaii: A week of the syndicated version was played on an outside stage in the 50th state, with A-list celebrities Burt Reynolds, Jim Nabors, Carol Burnett, and Loni Anderson. Instead of the doorbell, a shell horn was blown to signal the switch-off point.

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* AlohaHawaii: A week of the syndicated version was played on an outside outdoor stage in the 50th state, with A-list celebrities Burt Reynolds, Jim Nabors, Carol Burnett, and Loni Anderson. Instead of the doorbell, a shell horn was blown to signal the switch-off point.



* DistaffCounterpart: Vicki Lawrence in daytime, Bert Convy (later Robb Weller) in Syndication.

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* DistaffCounterpart: Vicki Lawrence in daytime, Bert Convy (later Robb Weller) in Syndication.syndication.



* {{Pilot}}: The syndicated version had a pilot taped on November 2, 1986 with Bert Convy as host, and the celebrity guests being Loni Anderson and Betty White vs. Tony Danza and Burt Reynolds. It aired as a special sneak preview episode.

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* {{Pilot}}: The syndicated version had a pilot taped on November 2, 1986 1986, with Bert Convy as host, and the celebrity guests being Loni Anderson and Betty White vs. Tony Danza and Burt Reynolds. It aired as a special sneak preview episode.
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