1980-81 GameShow created by Sandy Frank Productions that expanded on the premise of its other music-based game show, ''Series/NameThatTune''. The show was hosted by Ron Ely of ''{{Tarzan}}'' fame. It was noted for its cheesy production elements, and it was not rare to see malfunctioning lights on-set or bloopers left in.

In the first round, contestants had to name tunes played by Tommy Oliver and his Orchestra (who also supplied said music on ''Tune''), except they also had to identify the face of a famous figure who is related to the tune. The second and third rounds were essentially [[Series/{{Password}} Name That Tune Plus]]; as the players guessed tunes in order to earn guesses to solve a main puzzle, whose clues were up to four songs.

A contestant was eliminated after the second and third rounds. The remaining player then earned the right to face the previous day's champion to win up to $10,000 by identifying a celebrity based on childhood pictures and songs that might be appropriate for said celebrity. Any contestant who won this game five days in a row was awarded a car; in Season 1, 10 consecutive wins retired the champion and earned him/her a trip around the world.
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!!GameShowTropes in use:
* BonusRound: The Championship Game. A tune was played, after which the contestant who guessed it had 10 seconds to identify a celebrity based on their baby picture (or one from early childhood). If guessed correctly, the player won $10,000. If not, another tune was played and a more recent picture was revealed for $5,000, with subsequent pictures being worth $1,000 less than the previous one (the last being a very recent picture of the celebrity). Whoever guessed the celebrity first won prizes at whatever monetary level the picture was worth and returned the next day to play the Championship Game again. A few weeks into the run, the $10,000 prize was changed to cash.
* Personnel:
** TheAnnouncer: Dave Williams for the first season, John Harlan for the second.
** GameShowHost: Ron Ely.
** LovelyAssistant: Lisa Donovan, who provided lyrics to some of the songs, similar to Kathie Lee on ''Name That Tune''.
** StudioAudience
** Tommy Oliver and his Orchestra
* ThinkMusic: A ''very'' cheesy bit during the 10-second countdown in the Championship Game, made even ''worse'' in Season 2.
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!!This show provides examples of:
* BadAss: Sarabeth Rothfeld, the ''only'' champion to retire undefeated after 10 days.
** Bill Ware followed suit in the second season, after the 10-day retirement rule had been lifted.
* CatchPhrase: "I GOT IT!!!" whenever anyone buzzed in.
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The pilot episode had four contestants competing in the first round (with presumably the lowest-scoring of the four eliminated after the "match the song to the picture" round). When the show made it to series, contestants were more subdued (e.g., [[NoIndoorVoice no shouting "I GOT IT!"]]) and the $10,000 prize level was a prize package instead of cash. Additionally, the announcer sometimes plugged some of the prizes available prior to the bonus round.
* LargeHam: Both Ron Ely and Dave Williams had their moments.
* NoIndoorVoice: "'''''I GOT IT!'''''"
* SpinOff: Expanded on the concept of ''Name That Tune''.
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