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* The 8 March 1953 episode featured Steve Allen's debut as a regular, and the second guest was Ruth Cooper of Mercerville, New Jersey, who drove a garbage truck, prompting non-stop laughter on the subject of the 'product' involved. Allen's very first question ("In the course of your work, do you come into contact with a product of any kind?") resulted in peals of laughter from the audience and a hilarious ThisIsGonnaSuck expression from Allen.



* In one episode the contestant drives a garbage truck, prompting non-stop laughter on the subject of the 'product' involved. Steve Allen's very first question ("Is there a product involved in what you do?") resulted in peals of laughter from the audience and a hilarious ThisIsGonnaSuck expression from Allen.


'''John Daly:''' What, you mean you don't like to see what's going on? ''[laughs]'' No, I would say this, I think it would be unfair to- ''[Ed Sullivan produces a caveman-like rubber mask and puts it over his head; John Daly trails off laughing]'' I didn't realize it was that hot in here![[note]] A similar mask appeared in several episodes of ''Series/TheDickVanDykeShow''.[[/note]]

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'''John Daly:''' What, you mean you don't like to see what's going on? ''[laughs]'' No, I would say this, I think it would be unfair to- ''[Ed Sullivan produces a caveman-like rubber mask and puts it over his head; John Daly trails off laughing]'' I didn't realize realise it was that hot in here![[note]] A similar mask appeared in several episodes of ''Series/TheDickVanDykeShow''.[[/note]]


* During the Steve Allen era, after the question "Is it bigger than a breadbox?" had become almost standard during the interrogation of guests, the producers used up [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZbh7PqPoVU the last few minutes]] of the 11 October 1953 episode by sending out Fred Burg, who made...breadboxes. When Dorothy Kilgallen, having established that Burg dealt with a product that would be found on the ground floor of a two-story home, asked, "But it's not larger than...a breadbox?", the audience fell about laughing. As a breadbox is not technically larger than itself, questioning passed to Steve Allen, who put two and two together.

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* During the Steve Allen era, after the question "Is it bigger than a breadbox?" had become almost standard during the interrogation of guests, the producers used up [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZbh7PqPoVU the last few minutes]] of the 11 October 1953 episode by sending out Fred Burg, who made... breadboxes. When Dorothy Kilgallen, having established that Burg dealt with a product that would be found on the ground floor of a two-story home, asked, "But it's not larger than... a breadbox?", the audience fell about laughing. As a breadbox is not technically larger than itself, questioning passed to Steve Allen, who put two and two together.



'''Arlene Francis:''' Uh...I'm gonna pass to Bennett.\\

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'''Arlene Francis:''' Uh... I'm gonna pass to Bennett.\\



'''Steve Allen:''' Never mind...never mind all that, who just did what to who here?\\

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'''Steve Allen:''' Never mind... never mind all that, who just did what to who here?\\



'''John Daly:''' Um...we've had, uh, several committee meetings...we didn't need 'em. '''No.''' ''[flips over a card]'' That's, uh...oh, two down and eight to go, ''[flips over a second card]'' Mr. Cerf. I must have missed one.\\
'''Bennett Cerf:''' I'd like to ask a, a rather personal question. Uh...do Mischa Elman and Jascha Heifetz [[DreadfulMusician scream with horror at mere mention of your name?]]\\

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'''John Daly:''' Um... we've had, uh, several committee meetings...meetings... we didn't need 'em. '''No.''' ''[flips over a card]'' That's, uh... oh, two down and eight to go, ''[flips over a second card]'' Mr. Cerf. I must have missed one.\\
'''Bennett Cerf:''' I'd like to ask a, a rather personal question. Uh... do Mischa Elman and Jascha Heifetz [[DreadfulMusician scream with horror at mere mention of your name?]]\\



'''Groucho Marx:''' Well, she could be even luckier, she's not going to get the answer. Now this product you manufacture, is it sold...would you be apt to find this in the living room, or the dining room, or the kitchen?\\

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'''Groucho Marx:''' Well, she could be even luckier, she's not going to get the answer. Now this product you manufacture, is it sold... would you be apt to find this in the living room, or the dining room, or the kitchen?\\



'''Groucho Marx:''' Well, she must make something, a woman can't make a living just being a blonde...although I've heard of a few who have! ''(gales of laughter from audience and panel)''\\

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'''Groucho Marx:''' Well, she must make something, a woman can't make a living just being a blonde... although I've heard of a few who have! ''(gales of laughter from audience and panel)''\\



'''Dorothy Kilgallen:''' ''(trying to regain her composure)'' Miss Grable...are the men and women that you come in contact with more or less infrequently or frequently, as the case may be, are they grown-up human beings?\\

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'''Dorothy Kilgallen:''' ''(trying to regain her composure)'' Miss Grable... are the men and women that you come in contact with more or less infrequently or frequently, as the case may be, are they grown-up human beings?\\

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* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByfAMNmROek first guest]] on the 14 June 1953 episode was Yolande Reed of Parryville, Pennsylvania. Her line? Running a nudist camp, the revelation of which already had the audience laughing uproariously; further laughs came from Steve Allen's inevitable question of whether ''he'' could avail himself of her services, and - evidently thinking she might somehow be connected to optometry - if her clients came to her to improve their eyesight. The audience fell about laughing again when Dorothy Kilgallen asked if ''she'' might avail herself of Mrs. Reed's services, and when questioning reached Arlene Francis for the second time and she asked if the people using the service were dressed in a particular way, the gales of laughter finally caused the penny to drop for the panel.
-->'''Arlene Francis:''' Well, do you have, uh... ''[turns to her fellow panellist]'' Dorothy, I don't think you'd go!\\
'''Dorothy Kilgallen:''' I certainly '''wouldn't!''' ''[laughter from the audience and panel]''\\
'''Bennett Cerf:''' I'd go ''with'' her, I'd tell you that!

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** On that same episode, during the good-nights, guest panelist Creator/WilliamShatner gets DistractedByTheSexy of Dorothy Kilgallen, which does not go unnoticed by Arlene Francis: "Our romance is over!"


* In one episode the contestant drives a garbage truck, prompting non-stop laughter on the subject of the 'product' involved. Steven Allen's very first question ("Is there a product involved in what you do?") resulted in peals of laughter from the audience and a hilarious ThisIsGonnaSuck expression from Allen.

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* In one episode the contestant drives a garbage truck, prompting non-stop laughter on the subject of the 'product' involved. Steven Steve Allen's very first question ("Is there a product involved in what you do?") resulted in peals of laughter from the audience and a hilarious ThisIsGonnaSuck expression from Allen.

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* In one episode the contestant drives a garbage truck, prompting non-stop laughter on the subject of the 'product' involved. Steven Allen's very first question ("Is there a product involved in what you do?") resulted in peals of laughter from the audience and a hilarious ThisIsGonnaSuck expression from Allen.


* Early in the syndicated run, panelist Anita Gillette accidentally introduced Allen Ludden as "Allen Funt" (host of ''CandidCamera''). Moments later, after Wally Bruner was introduced and took his seat, he welcomed the home audience, "Welcome to ''Candid What's My Line?''"

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* Early in the syndicated run, panelist Anita Gillette accidentally introduced Allen Ludden as "Allen Funt" (host of ''CandidCamera'').''Series/CandidCamera''). Moments later, after Wally Bruner was introduced and took his seat, he welcomed the home audience, "Welcome to ''Candid What's My Line?''"


* The guest panelist on the 29 April 1956 episode was comedian and ventriloquist Creator/PaulWinchell, who appeared with his dummy, Jerry Mahoney. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBPnMHsB0vw The Mystery Guest]] for the episode was Winchell's fellow ventriloquist Creator/EdgarBergen, who appeared with one of ''his'' dummies, Mortimer Snerd (indeed, Bergen signed in using Snerd's name). When Winchell successfully identified Bergen, Mahoney inevitably tried to persuade Snerd that the two of them should leave Bergen and Winchell and form their own double act, suggesting "I could work your head, you could work mine!"

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* The guest panelist panellist on the 29 April 1956 episode was comedian and ventriloquist Creator/PaulWinchell, who appeared with his dummy, Jerry Mahoney. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBPnMHsB0vw The Mystery Guest]] for the episode was Winchell's fellow ventriloquist Creator/EdgarBergen, who appeared with one of ''his'' dummies, Mortimer Snerd (indeed, Bergen signed in using Snerd's name). When Winchell successfully identified Bergen, Mahoney inevitably tried to persuade Snerd that the two of them should leave Bergen and Winchell and form their own double act, suggesting "I could work your head, you could work mine!"



'''Arlene Francis:''' We did say that. Did we say that she does work for a profit-making organization?\\

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'''Arlene Francis:''' We did say that. Did we say that she does work for a profit-making organization?\\organisation?\\



* [[Creator/MarxBrothers Groucho Marx]], who for most of ''Line''[='s=] run was hosting ''Series/YouBetYourLife'', made four appearances on the show from 1959 to 1967--twice as a guest panelist and twice as the mystery guest. His [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6wxrLjJobM first appearance]] as a guest panelist was on the 20 September 1959 episode. As you might have guessed, HilarityEnsues. The fact that the guests include a jail warden who looks uncannily like Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev (who, the day before the episode was recorded, was denied permission to visit Disneyland because his security could not be guaranteed) and female professional wrestler Judy "Barefoot Contessa" Grable just helps things along.
** Groucho inevitably doesn't bother paying attention to the questions asked by Arlene Francis, Dorothy Kilgallen, and Bennett Cerf, or the answers they receive, when asking his own questions - which, though not unusual ''What's My Line?'' questions (if a guest makes a household product: "Is your product used in the kitchen?"; if the guest provides a service that involves touching clients: "Do you touch them above the waist?"), are thus complete non sequiturs in context.
--->''(so far, the panel have established only that the first guest contestant, Henry [=McFarland=], is salaried and does not work for a profit-making organization)''\\

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* [[Creator/MarxBrothers Groucho Marx]], who for most of ''Line''[='s=] run was hosting ''Series/YouBetYourLife'', made four appearances on the show from 1959 to 1967--twice as a guest panelist and twice as the mystery guest. guest.
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His [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6wxrLjJobM first appearance]] as a guest panelist was on the 20 September 1959 episode. As you might have guessed, HilarityEnsues. The fact that the guests include a jail warden who looks uncannily like Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev (who, the day before the episode was recorded, was denied permission to visit Disneyland because his security could not be guaranteed) and female professional wrestler Judy "Barefoot Contessa" Grable just helps things along.
** *** Groucho inevitably doesn't bother paying attention to the questions asked by Arlene Francis, Dorothy Kilgallen, and Bennett Cerf, or the answers they receive, when asking his own questions - which, though not unusual ''What's My Line?'' questions (if a guest makes a household product: "Is your product used in the kitchen?"; if the guest provides a service that involves touching clients: "Do you touch them above the waist?"), are thus complete non sequiturs in context.
--->''(so ---->''(so far, the panel have established only that the first guest contestant, Henry [=McFarland=], is salaried and does not work for a profit-making organization)''\\organisation)''\\



** Groucho's questions remain so surreal that some of his fellow panelists become a bit rattled:
--->''(the panel have so far established only that the second guest contestant, Judy Grable, is not connected with tourism or instruction, but works indoors)''\\

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** *** Groucho's questions remain so surreal that some of his fellow panelists panellists become a bit rattled:
--->''(the ---->''(the panel have so far established only that the second guest contestant, Judy Grable, is not connected with tourism or instruction, but works indoors)''\\



** Finally, at the beginning of the Mystery Guest round, John Daly is already nearly paralyzed by laughter as Groucho has his blindfold in seemingly every position on his face except over his eyes; when Creator/ClaudetteColbert is brought out as the guest, Groucho's blindfold is over his nose instead of his eyes ("My eyes are prettier," he explains), and John Daly disqualifies him from questioning. Not that this stops the episode's RunningGag from appearing again:
--->'''Dorothy Kilgallen:''' Are you in the motion picture business?\\

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** *** Finally, at the beginning of the Mystery Guest round, John Daly is already nearly paralyzed paralysed by laughter as Groucho has his blindfold in seemingly every position on his face except over his eyes; when Creator/ClaudetteColbert is brought out as the guest, Groucho's blindfold is over his nose instead of his eyes ("My eyes are prettier," he explains), and John Daly disqualifies him from questioning. Not that this stops the episode's RunningGag from appearing again:
--->'''Dorothy ---->'''Dorothy Kilgallen:''' Are you in the motion picture business?\\



'''Groucho Marx:''' ''(shakes head)'' No, that's no indication at all. Is it a woman? ''(Claudette Colbert is struggling to keep from laughing and giving herself away to the other panelists)'' Is it up to me?\\

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'''Groucho Marx:''' ''(shakes head)'' No, that's no indication at all. Is it a woman? ''(Claudette Colbert is struggling to keep from laughing and giving herself away to the other panelists)'' panellists)'' Is it up to me?\\



* John Daly was noted for, if the panel asked a question that could be answered "yes" or "no" depending on interpretation, first conferring with the guest and then giving a convoluted speech which almost invariably raised more questions than it answered. However, when the famously verbally dexterous actor and singer Creator/DannyKaye appeared as a guest on the 5 November 1961 episode, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIV47SaWNdo he turned the tables on Daly]] by asking a ridiculously convoluted (and deliberately content-free) question:

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* John Daly was noted for, if the panel asked a question that could be answered "yes" or "no" depending on interpretation, first conferring with the guest and then giving a convoluted speech which almost invariably raised more questions than it answered. However, when the famously verbally dexterous dextrous actor and singer Creator/DannyKaye appeared as a guest on the 5 November 1961 episode, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIV47SaWNdo he turned the tables on Daly]] by asking a ridiculously convoluted (and deliberately content-free) question:



* After stepping down as a regular, Steve Allen made a number of return appearances as both a guest on the panel and a mystery guest. On the 4 October 1964 episode with Creator/BuddyHackett as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tf0Ufd2mSNY a guest panelist]], Allen was the episode's mystery guest, but things didn't quite go according to plan thanks to a verbal slip from John Daly:

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* After stepping down as a regular, Steve Allen made a number of return appearances as both a guest on the panel and a mystery guest. On the 4 October 1964 episode with Creator/BuddyHackett as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tf0Ufd2mSNY a guest panelist]], panellist]], Allen was the episode's mystery guest, but things didn't quite go according to plan thanks to a verbal slip from John Daly:


** On the 20 September 1953 episode, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eh0_LfG41dQ the second guest]] was Elfrida Fritz of Buffalo, New York, who repaired zippers. The first questions were asked by Steve Allen, who, after establishing that a product was involved and that it was a mechanical device, was clearly thinking it was a typewriter. This led to such unintentionally hilarious questions as "Might you possibly find one or more of these in a very well-equipped office?", "Would any efficient secretary know how to operate one?", and finally, "Would it be safe to say when you're using one of these and you get to the end of a line, a bell rings?", each one greeted by increasingly loud laughter from the audience.
** On the 3 March 1957 episode, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yBp5xuxxNg the second guest]] was Arch Poole of Rocky River, Ohio, who ran a diaper service. Martin Gabel established that there was a product involved, and Dorothy Kilgallen established that it was a product that could be worn by human beings, but the audience completely lost it when she then asked if anyone on the panel could wear the product, and again when, after establishing that it was something that could be worn by both sexes, she asked if Bennett could wear the product (John Daly replied, "You mean ''now?''"). Dorothy eventually deduced what the product was, but immediately passed to Bennett, who said "So, this is something that protects the wee ones from, uh..." Which is as far as he got before the audience and the panel fell about laughing ''again'' - in John Daly's case, so much so that he got up from his chair for a few seconds to regain his composure.
** In the Nov. 13, 1960 episode, the first contestant was the newly-elected governor of Delaware, who's previous job was running a fertilizer company. When asked of his product, "can you sit on it?" he had to admit that you could, but that wasn't its use. Then, near the end of the round, guest panelist Joey Bishop clarified "And if you're really pooped, you can sit on it?" The audience erupted in laughter

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** On the 20 September 1953 episode, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eh0_LfG41dQ the second guest]] guest contestant]] was Elfrida Fritz of Buffalo, New York, who repaired zippers. The first questions were asked by Steve Allen, who, after establishing that a product was involved and that it was a mechanical device, was clearly thinking it was a typewriter. This led to such unintentionally hilarious questions as "Might you possibly find one or more of these in a very well-equipped office?", "Would any efficient secretary know how to operate one?", and finally, "Would it be safe to say when you're using one of these and you get to the end of a line, a bell rings?", each one greeted by increasingly loud laughter from the audience.
** On the 3 March 1957 episode, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yBp5xuxxNg the second guest]] guest contestant]] was Arch Poole of Rocky River, Ohio, who ran a diaper service. Martin Gabel established that there was a product involved, and Dorothy Kilgallen established that it was a product that could be worn by human beings, but the audience completely lost it when she then asked if anyone on the panel could wear the product, and again when, after establishing that it was something that could be worn by both sexes, she asked if Bennett could wear the product (John Daly replied, "You mean ''now?''"). Dorothy eventually deduced what the product was, but immediately passed to Bennett, who said "So, this is something that protects the wee ones from, uh..." Which is as far as he got before the audience and the panel fell about laughing ''again'' - in John Daly's case, so much so that he got up from his chair for a few seconds to regain his composure.
** In On the Nov. 13, 13 November 1960 episode, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fnSu4rO2eDs the first contestant guest contestant]] was the newly-elected governor of Delaware, who's Elbert N. Carvel, whose previous job was running a fertilizer company. When asked of his product, "can "Can you sit on it?" he had to admit that you could, but that wasn't its use. Then, near Near the end of the round, guest panelist Joey Bishop clarified clarified, "And if you're really pooped, you can sit on it?" The audience erupted in laughterlaughter.



* British ''Line'' chairman Eamonn Andrews [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_nMysvNzXc filled in for John Daly]] on the 28 June 1959 episode, and as the panel were quizzing final guest Becky Swanzy (a salesgirl of false teeth) of Charlotte, North Carolina, he invoked ExactWords to hilarious effect:

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* British ''Line'' chairman Eamonn Andrews [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_nMysvNzXc filled in for John Daly]] on the 28 June 1959 episode, and as the panel were quizzing final guest contestant Becky Swanzy (a salesgirl of false teeth) of Charlotte, North Carolina, he invoked ExactWords to hilarious effect:



--->''(so far, the panel have established only that the first guest, Henry [=McFarland=], is salaried and does not work for a profit-making organization)''\\

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--->''(so far, the panel have established only that the first guest, guest contestant, Henry [=McFarland=], is salaried and does not work for a profit-making organization)''\\



--->''(the panel have so far established only that the guest, Judy Grable, is not connected with tourism or instruction, but works indoors)''\\

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--->''(the panel have so far established only that the guest, second guest contestant, Judy Grable, is not connected with tourism or instruction, but works indoors)''\\


** In the Nov. 13, 1960 episode, the first contestant was the newly-elected governor of Delaware, who's previous job was running a fertilizer company. When asked of his product, "can you sit on it?" he had to admit that you could, but that wasn't its use. Then, near the end of the round, guest panelist Joey Bishop clarified "And if you're really pooped, you can sit on it?" The whole theater lost it.

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** In the Nov. 13, 1960 episode, the first contestant was the newly-elected governor of Delaware, who's previous job was running a fertilizer company. When asked of his product, "can you sit on it?" he had to admit that you could, but that wasn't its use. Then, near the end of the round, guest panelist Joey Bishop clarified "And if you're really pooped, you can sit on it?" The whole theater lost it. audience erupted in laughter

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** In the Nov. 13, 1960 episode, the first contestant was the newly-elected governor of Delaware, who's previous job was running a fertilizer company. When asked of his product, "can you sit on it?" he had to admit that you could, but that wasn't its use. Then, near the end of the round, guest panelist Joey Bishop clarified "And if you're really pooped, you can sit on it?" The whole theater lost it.


* When Ed Wynn was [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJRG3DOr7F4 the mystery guest]] on the 18 April 1954 episode, he answered via violin to avoid using his extremely distinctive voice. Then, when answering, he accidentally whacked himself in the cheek with it and made a goofy face, causing both John Daly and the audience to completely lose it.



* When Ed Wynn was [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJRG3DOr7F4 the mystery guest]] on the 18 April 1954 episode, he answered via violin to avoid using his extremely distinctive voice. Then, when answering, he accidentally whacked himself in the cheek with it and made a goofy face, causing both John Daly and the audience to completely lose it.


* The guest panellist on the 29 April 1956 episode was comedian and ventriloquist Creator/PaulWinchell, who appeared with his dummy, Jerry Mahoney. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBPnMHsB0vw The Mystery Guest]] for the episode was Winchell's fellow ventriloquist Creator/EdgarBergen, who appeared with one of ''his'' dummies, Mortimer Snerd (indeed, Bergen signed in using Snerd's name). When Winchell successfully identified Bergen, Mahoney inevitably tried to persuade Snerd that the two of them should leave Bergen and Winchell and form their own double act, suggesting "I could work your head, you could work mine!"

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* The guest panellist panelist on the 29 April 1956 episode was comedian and ventriloquist Creator/PaulWinchell, who appeared with his dummy, Jerry Mahoney. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBPnMHsB0vw The Mystery Guest]] for the episode was Winchell's fellow ventriloquist Creator/EdgarBergen, who appeared with one of ''his'' dummies, Mortimer Snerd (indeed, Bergen signed in using Snerd's name). When Winchell successfully identified Bergen, Mahoney inevitably tried to persuade Snerd that the two of them should leave Bergen and Winchell and form their own double act, suggesting "I could work your head, you could work mine!"



* Groucho Marx, who for most of ''Line''[='s=] run was hosting ''Series/YouBetYourLife''. His [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6wxrLjJobM first appearance]] on the panel (September 20, 1959). As you might have guessed, HilarityEnsues. The fact that the guests include a jail warden who looks uncannily like Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev (who, the day before the episode was recorded, was denied permission to visit Disneyland because his security could not be guaranteed) and female professional wrestler Judy "Barefoot Contessa" Grable just helps things along.

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* [[Creator/MarxBrothers Groucho Marx, Marx]], who for most of ''Line''[='s=] run was hosting ''Series/YouBetYourLife''.''Series/YouBetYourLife'', made four appearances on the show from 1959 to 1967--twice as a guest panelist and twice as the mystery guest. His [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6wxrLjJobM first appearance]] as a guest panelist was on the panel (September 20, 1959).20 September 1959 episode. As you might have guessed, HilarityEnsues. The fact that the guests include a jail warden who looks uncannily like Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev (who, the day before the episode was recorded, was denied permission to visit Disneyland because his security could not be guaranteed) and female professional wrestler Judy "Barefoot Contessa" Grable just helps things along.


** During the Mystery Guest segment on Groucho's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYSrDfn7z1Q return to the panel]] on the 15 November 1964 episode (featuring Anne Bancroft as the Mystery Guest), the panel had already racked up nine "No" answers, and a stumped Dorothy Kilgallen passed to Groucho, reasoning that at least he would have something funny to say. She was right:

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** During the Mystery Guest segment on Groucho's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYSrDfn7z1Q return to the panel]] on the 15 November 1964 episode (featuring Anne Bancroft Creator/AnneBancroft as the Mystery Guest), the panel had already racked up nine "No" answers, and a stumped Dorothy Kilgallen passed to Groucho, reasoning that at least he would have something funny to say. She was right:

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