What's My Line? (TV Series 1950–1967)

Season 15


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1Mitch Miller (2)Mitch Miller (2) (1 Sep. 1963)
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6.7
2Hermione Gingold (2)Hermione Gingold (2) (8 Sep. 1963)
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6.9
3Allen FuntAllen Funt (15 Sep. 1963)
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6.7
4Gordon and Sheila MacRae (2)Gordon and Sheila MacRae (2) (22 Sep. 1963)
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6.3
5Eydie GorméEydie Gormé (29 Sep. 1963)
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6.7
6Groucho MarxGroucho Marx (13 Oct. 1963)
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7.0
7Carol LawrenceCarol Lawrence (20 Oct. 1963)
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6.3
8Ethel MermanEthel Merman (27 Oct. 1963)
Ethel Merman shows up as the weeks mystery challenger. Panelists Dorothy Kilgallen, Allen Ludden, Arlene Francis and Bennett Cerf begin the show by guessing the lines of a woman from North Carolina who raises mice for research. As well as, an 85 year old man from New Jersey who paints flagpoles. Finally, the panelists try to identify the weeks celebrity mystery challenger, Ethel Merman.
6.7
9James StewartJames Stewart (10 Nov. 1963)
James Stewart takes his turn as the weeks mystery guest while Joseph Mankiewicz sits on the panel with Dorothy Kilgallen, Arlene Francis and Bennett Cerf and begins the show by guessing the line of a man from south Africa who's a crocodile hunter. As well as, the line of an elderly woman from California who's the voice of Woody WoodPecker, aka Grace Stafford. Then, the guest try to identify the weeks celebrity mystery challenger, James Stewart. Finally, a woman who's a men's barber.
7.1
10Y.A. Tittle & Charles BoyerY.A. Tittle & Charles Boyer (17 Nov. 1963)
Y. A. Tittle and Charles Boyer are the weeks mystery celebrity challengers, while Tony Randall joins Arlene Francis, Dorothy Kilgallen and Bennett Cerf on the panel, and starts the show blindfolded while guessing the line of occupation of the 1st challenger, NY quarterback and NFL legend Y.A. Tittle. Next, the panel tries to guess the line of a young pretty blonde woman from Brooklyn who ties knots on the ends of frankfurters. Then, the panel tries to identify the weeks celebrity mystery challenger, Charles Boyer. Finally, a man who sells feathers.
6.2
11Colonel Harland Sanders & Alan KingColonel Harland Sanders & Alan King (1 Dec. 1963)
Alan King is the weeks mystery challenger and, America is introduced to Mr. KFC himself, Colonel Sanders. Panelists Arlene Francis, Martin Gabel (Arlene's husband), Dorothy Kilgallen and Bennett Cerf begin by trying to guess the occupation of a little old man from Shelbyville, Kentucky who's the head of the 'Southern Fried Chicken Company'. Despite the Colonel having 900 outlets selling his "finger lickin' good chicken" all over the world by 1963, none of the panelist had a clue as to who he was. The panel never identified his line and the Colonel won $50 as a result....
6.9
12Sophie Tucker (2)Sophie Tucker (2) (8 Dec. 1963)
One of the last of the red hot mama's (aka Sophie Tucker) appears as the weeks mystery challenger while Peter Cook joins the panel with Dorothy Kilgallen, Arlene Francis and Bennett Cerf and tries to guess the lines of a woman from Miami, FL who's a US custom inspector. As well as, two men from Chicago who put laces in footballs. The men were never identified by the panel. Next up, the panel tries to guess the identity of the celebrity mystery challenger Sophie Tucker. Finally, the panel takes a shot at guessing the line of a man from Palisades Park, NJ who sells ...
6.2
13Victor Borge (4)Victor Borge (4) (15 Dec. 1963)
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6.4
14Mark Goodson and Bill TodmanMark Goodson and Bill Todman (22 Dec. 1963)
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6.3
15Ginger Rogers (3)Ginger Rogers (3) (29 Dec. 1963)
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6.4
16Pearl Bailey (2)Pearl Bailey (2) (5 Jan. 1964)
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6.2
17Noël Coward (2)Noël Coward (2) (12 Jan. 1964)
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7.6
18Van HeflinVan Heflin (19 Jan. 1964)
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7.0
19Jonathan Winters (2)Jonathan Winters (2) (26 Jan. 1964)
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7.0
20George Burns (2)George Burns (2) (2 Feb. 1964)
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6.6
21Johnny Mercer & Jane FondaJohnny Mercer & Jane Fonda (9 Feb. 1964)
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6.8
22Carol Burnett (3)Carol Burnett (3) (16 Feb. 1964)
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7.1
23Bert Lahr (3)Bert Lahr (3) (23 Feb. 1964)
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7.1
24Debbie Reynolds (3)Debbie Reynolds (3) (1 Mar. 1964)
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6.2
25Stan Musial & Steve AllenStan Musial & Steve Allen (8 Mar. 1964)
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6.9
26Allan ShermanAllan Sherman (15 Mar. 1964)
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6.8
27Louis Armstrong (2)Louis Armstrong (2) (22 Mar. 1964)
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7.8
28Bette Davis (4)Bette Davis (4) (29 Mar. 1964)
Todays guests include contestants from Alabama, California; Atlanta, Georgia and Indianapolis, Indiana and mystery guest Bette Davis.
9.6
29Lowell Thomas & Van CliburnLowell Thomas & Van Cliburn (5 Apr. 1964)
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8.3
30Barbra StreisandBarbra Streisand (12 Apr. 1964)
Todays very special guest is Barbra Streisand.
8.2
31Edie Adams (2)Edie Adams (2) (19 Apr. 1964)
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6.3
32Yogi Berra & Louis JourdanYogi Berra & Louis Jourdan (26 Apr. 1964)
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6.5
33The McGuire Sisters (5)The McGuire Sisters (5) (3 May 1964)
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5.7
34Beatrice Lillie (2)Beatrice Lillie (2) (10 May 1964)
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8.0
35Jack Lemmon (3)Jack Lemmon (3) (17 May 1964)
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6.5
36Jayne Mansfield (2)Jayne Mansfield (2) (24 May 1964)
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6.4
37Liberace (2)Liberace (2) (31 May 1964)
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6.6
38Sheilah Graham & Helen HayesSheilah Graham & Helen Hayes (7 Jun. 1964)
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39Gina LollobrigidaGina Lollobrigida (14 Jun. 1964)
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6.2
40Frank FontaineFrank Fontaine (21 Jun. 1964)
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5.6
41Carroll BakerCarroll Baker (28 Jun. 1964)
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6.2
42Sue LyonSue Lyon (5 Jul. 1964)
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6.7
43E.G. MarshallE.G. Marshall (12 Jul. 1964)
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6.2
44Jack Palance (2)Jack Palance (2) (19 Jul. 1964)
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5.0
45Peter Lawford (4)Peter Lawford (4) (26 Jul. 1964)
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46Carol Channing (2)Carol Channing (2) (2 Aug. 1964)
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7.0
47Olivia de Havilland (3)Olivia de Havilland (3) (9 Aug. 1964)
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48Tony Randall (2)Tony Randall (2) (16 Aug. 1964)
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5.6
49Chuck Yeager & Bob CummingsChuck Yeager & Bob Cummings (23 Aug. 1964)
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5.8
50Paul AnkaPaul Anka (30 Aug. 1964)
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