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Goodson/Todman GameShow hosted by Joe Garagiola, sponsored entirely by Holiday Inn and most remembered as being the precursor to the Bert Convy-hosted ''Series/{{Tattletales}}''.

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Goodson/Todman GameShow directed by Creator/PaulAlter, hosted by Joe Garagiola, sponsored entirely by Holiday Inn and most remembered as being the precursor to the Bert Convy-hosted ''Series/{{Tattletales}}''.

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* ObviousBeta: To ''Tattletales'', essentially.


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Goodson/Todman GameShow hosted by Joe Garagiola, sponsored entirely by Holiday Inn and most remembered as being the precursor to the Bert Convy-hosted ''{{Tattletales}}''.

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Goodson/Todman GameShow hosted by Joe Garagiola, sponsored entirely by Holiday Inn and most remembered as being the precursor to the Bert Convy-hosted ''{{Tattletales}}''.
''Series/{{Tattletales}}''.



* {{Pilot}}: Existing as a monochrome kinescope, with one celebrity couple ([[MatchGame Gene Rayburn]] and his wife Helen) playing for a pre-selected couple in the audience against three civilian couples. Also, the rule about the offstage partner having to give the same story was not in use.

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* {{Pilot}}: Existing as a monochrome kinescope, with one celebrity couple ([[MatchGame ([[Series/MatchGame Gene Rayburn]] and his wife Helen) playing for a pre-selected couple in the audience against three civilian couples. Also, the rule about the offstage partner having to give the same story was not in use.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: {{GSN}} has aired relatively few episodes of the series, including [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTK0urYKy74 the pilot.]] Also available are [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTWGAOXd8l4 an early episode]] (monochrome) and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JdeRwTAI1M two]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEukpH9HxvI color]] episodes (plus [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3sgE1-2oOeU an opening]]) from after the aforementioned trio of changes.


Later in the run, several elements were changed, probably at the same time: the starting point was removed, the theme song changed, and Garagiola now entered from the back of an audience (passing an {{NBC}} camera on his way down).

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Later in the run, several elements were changed, probably at the same time: the starting point was removed, the theme song changed, and Garagiola now entered from the back of an audience (passing an {{NBC}} Creator/{{NBC}} camera on his way down).


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: {{GSN}} has aired relatively few episodes of the series, including [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTK0urYKy74 the pilot.]] Also available are [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTWGAOXd8l4 an early episode]] (monochrome) and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JdeRwTAI1M two]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEukpH9HxvI color]] episodes from after the aforementioned trio of changes.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: {{GSN}} has aired relatively few episodes of the series, including [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTK0urYKy74 the pilot.]] Also available are [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTWGAOXd8l4 an early episode]] (monochrome) and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JdeRwTAI1M two]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEukpH9HxvI color]] episodes (plus [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3sgE1-2oOeU an opening]]) from after the aforementioned trio of changes.


The format was a bit different to its successor, in that ''four'' celebrity couples played for pre-selected couples in the audience and were given 100 points at the outset (although later episodes removed this starting point). One half of each team would be asked the questions, with Garagiola talking to their partner through an onstage speaker phone.

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The format was a bit different to its successor, in that ''four'' celebrity couples played for pre-selected couples in the audience and were given 100 points at the outset (although later episodes removed this starting point).outset. One half of each team would be asked the questions, with Garagiola talking to their partner through an onstage speaker phone.




Later in the run, several elements were changed, probably at the same time: the starting point was removed, the theme song changed, and Garagiola now entered from the back of an audience (passing an {{NBC}} camera on his way down).



* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: {{GSN}} has aired relatively few episodes of the series, including [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTK0urYKy74 the pilot.]] Also available are [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTWGAOXd8l4 an early episode]] (monochrome) and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JdeRwTAI1M a color episode from after the starting point was removed.]]

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: {{GSN}} has aired relatively few episodes of the series, including [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTK0urYKy74 the pilot.]] Also available are [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTWGAOXd8l4 an early episode]] (monochrome) and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JdeRwTAI1M a color episode two]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEukpH9HxvI color]] episodes from after the starting point was removed.]]aforementioned trio of changes.


* ConsolationPrize: The losing couples got a $100 gift certificate for Holiday Inn.
* Personnel:
** TheAnnouncer: Johnny Olson and Bill Wendell alternated.
** GameShowHost: Joe Garagiola.
** StudioAudience: See below.
* SoundProofBooth: While one half of the team related stories, the other half was offstage and brought "onscreen" via closed-circuit television.

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* * ConsolationPrize: The losing couples got a $100 gift certificate for Holiday Inn.
* * Personnel:
** ** TheAnnouncer: Johnny Olson and Bill Wendell alternated.
** ** GameShowHost: Joe Garagiola.
** ** StudioAudience: See below.
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Where the proxy players were.
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SoundProofBooth: While one half of the team related stories, the other half was offstage and brought "onscreen" via closed-circuit television.



* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The show ran in daily syndication during the 1969-70 season. {{GSN}} has aired relatively few episodes of the series, although this includes the pilot (detailed below).
* {{Pilot}}: The 1969 pilot (existing as a monochrome kinescope, as do a few other episodes reran by GSN) had just one celebrity couple ([[MatchGame Gene Rayburn]] and his wife Helen) playing for a pre-selected couple in the audience against three civilian couples. Further, the rule about the offstage partner having to give the same story was not in use.

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* * KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The show ran in daily syndication during the 1969-70 season. {{GSN}} has aired relatively few episodes of the series, although this includes including [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTK0urYKy74 the pilot (detailed below).
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pilot.]] Also available are [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTWGAOXd8l4 an early episode]] (monochrome) and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JdeRwTAI1M a color episode from after the starting point was removed.]]
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{{Pilot}}: The 1969 pilot (existing Existing as a monochrome kinescope, as do a few other episodes reran by GSN) had just with one celebrity couple ([[MatchGame Gene Rayburn]] and his wife Helen) playing for a pre-selected couple in the audience against three civilian couples. Further, Also, the rule about the offstage partner having to give the same story was not in use.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: {{GSN}} has aired relatively few episodes of the series, although this includes the pilot (detailed below).
* OneSeasonWonder: The show ran in daily syndication during the 1969-70 season.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The show ran in daily syndication during the 1969-70 season. {{GSN}} has aired relatively few episodes of the series, although this includes the pilot (detailed below).
* OneSeasonWonder: The show ran in daily syndication during the 1969-70 season.
below).


Much like early episodes of ''Tattletales'', Garagiola read a statement and each contestant had to raise his/her hand and give a story plus a one or two-word "summary". The answers were then read over the phone, with the offstage partner ringing in if they thought their partner had said it; a correct identification and subsequent explanation earned 25 points, while a wrong answer deducted 10 points from that couple ''and'' the one which actually gave the answer.

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Much like early episodes of ''Tattletales'', Garagiola read a statement and each contestant had to raise his/her hand and give a story plus a one one- or two-word "summary". The answers were then read over the phone, with the offstage partner ringing in if they thought their partner had said it; a correct identification and subsequent explanation earned 25 points, while a wrong answer deducted 10 points from that couple ''and'' the one which actually gave the answer.



* {{Pilot}}: The 1969 pilot (existing as a monochrome kinescope) had just one celebrity couple ([[MatchGame Gene Rayburn]] and his wife Helen) playing for a pre-selected couple in the audience against three civilian couples. Further, the rule about the offstage partner having to give the same story was not in use.

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* {{Pilot}}: The 1969 pilot (existing as a monochrome kinescope) kinescope, as do a few other episodes reran by GSN) had just one celebrity couple ([[MatchGame Gene Rayburn]] and his wife Helen) playing for a pre-selected couple in the audience against three civilian couples. Further, the rule about the offstage partner having to give the same story was not in use.


After four questions like this (two men, two women), a final question was played with only two of the couples. The team with the most points after this won $250 and a full week at any Holiday Inn, while the losers got a $100 gift certificate for the same.

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After four questions like this (two men, two women), a final question was played with only two of the couples. The team with the most points after this won the grand prize of $250 and a full week week's stay at any Holiday Inn, while the losers got a $100 gift certificate for the same.Inn.


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* ConsolationPrize: The losing couples got a $100 gift certificate for Holiday Inn.


Added DiffLines:

* SoundProofBooth: While one half of the team related stories, the other half was offstage and brought "onscreen" via closed-circuit television.


1969-70 Goodson/Todman GameShow hosted by Joe Garagiola, sponsered entirely by Holiday Inn, and most remembered as being an ObviousBeta for the Bert Convy hosted {{Tattletales}}.

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1969-70 Goodson/Todman GameShow hosted by Joe Garagiola, sponsered sponsored entirely by Holiday Inn, Inn and most remembered as being an ObviousBeta for the precursor to the Bert Convy hosted {{Tattletales}}.
Convy-hosted ''{{Tattletales}}''.

The format was a bit different to its successor, in that ''four'' celebrity couples played for pre-selected couples in the audience and were given 100 points at the outset (although later episodes removed this starting point). One half of each team would be asked the questions, with Garagiola talking to their partner through an onstage speaker phone.

Much like early episodes of ''Tattletales'', Garagiola read a statement and each contestant had to raise his/her hand and give a story plus a one or two-word "summary". The answers were then read over the phone, with the offstage partner ringing in if they thought their partner had said it; a correct identification and subsequent explanation earned 25 points, while a wrong answer deducted 10 points from that couple ''and'' the one which actually gave the answer.

After four questions like this (two men, two women), a final question was played with only two of the couples. The team with the most points after this won $250 and a full week at any Holiday Inn, while the losers got a $100 gift certificate for the same.
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!!GameShow Tropes in use:
* Personnel:
** TheAnnouncer: Johnny Olson and Bill Wendell alternated.
** GameShowHost: Joe Garagiola.
** StudioAudience: See below.
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!!This show provides examples of:
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: {{GSN}} has aired relatively few episodes of the series, although this includes the pilot (detailed below).
* OneSeasonWonder: The show ran in daily syndication during the 1969-70 season.
* {{Pilot}}: The 1969 pilot (existing as a monochrome kinescope) had just one celebrity couple ([[MatchGame Gene Rayburn]] and his wife Helen) playing for a pre-selected couple in the audience against three civilian couples. Further, the rule about the offstage partner having to give the same story was not in use.
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1969-70 Goodson/Todman GameShow hosted by Joe Garagiola, sponsered entirely by Holiday Inn, and most remembered as being an ObviousBeta for the Bert Convey hosted {{Tattletales}}.

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1969-70 Goodson/Todman GameShow hosted by Joe Garagiola, sponsered entirely by Holiday Inn, and most remembered as being an ObviousBeta for the Bert Convey Convy hosted {{Tattletales}}.

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