You Bet Your Life (TV Series 1950–1961)
|1||Episode #6.1 (29 Sep. 1955) |
A publicity man, who once sold an icebox to an Eskimo; country songwriter Bebe Blake; and Donald Douglas Jr., vice president of Douglas Aircraft Company; are among the guests.
|2||Episode #6.2 (6 Oct. 1955) |
Anthony Herbert, the most-decorated veteran of the Korean War, is among the guests.
|3||Episode #6.4 (20 Oct. 1955) |
Hollywood composer Dimitri Tiomkin and a Hoover Dam tour guide are among the guests.
|4||Episode #6.8 (17 Nov. 1955) |
A 7-year-old girl, a lawyer, a USC student, and Emmett Ashford, who was the first black umpire in professional baseball, are among the guests.
|5||Episode #6.12 (15 Dec. 1955) |
Tennis star Pancho González is among the guests.
|6||Episode #6.13 (22 Dec. 1955) |
Dr. Giovanni, known as the World's Greatest Pickpocket, and highly decorated World War II veteran, US Air Force Gen. Clarence A. Shoop, are among the guests.
|7||Episode #6.15 (5 Jan. 1956) |
Boxing champion Archie Moore and actor Gordon Scott (Tarzan) are among the guests.
|8||Episode #6.17 (19 Jan. 1956) |
A woman and her chimp, a married couple in their thirties and all eleven of their children, and legendary western film star, Hoot Gibson, are among the guests.
|9||Episode #6.18 (26 Jan. 1956) |
Popular jockey, Billy Pearson, and renowned marriage advice expert, John J. Anthony, are among the guests.
|10||Episode #6.19 (2 Feb. 1956) |
Joe Egbert, a dog license inspector, and Esther Bradley, a failed lipstick factory worker, are among the guests.
|11||Episode #6.20 (9 Feb. 1956) |
Mrs. Helen Schwartz, mother of Tony Curtis; Isaac Kashdan, an International Grandmaster of chess; and Fifi, The Sheep-Headed Girl, are among the guests.
|12||Episode #6.22 (23 Feb. 1956) |
The president of Revell, a model car company; a professional motorcycle racer; and the ever-exuberant actress, Fifi D'Orsay, are among the guests.
|13||Episode #6.24 (8 Mar. 1956) |
Liberace and a horse psychiatrist are among the guests.
|14||Episode #6.27 (29 Mar. 1956) |
An airline stewardess and "the fastest man on Earth", are among the guests.
|15||Episode #6.28 (5 Apr. 1956) |
Young Miss America, Shirley Spencer, and colorful newspaper columnist, Henry McLemore, are among the guests.
|16||Episode #6.30 (19 Apr. 1956) |
Olympic Gold Medal winning diver Sammy Lee, a couple of high school students, and Nona Morton, the Tomato Queen of the Ozarks, are among the guests.
|17||Episode #6.31 (26 Apr. 1956) |
A McCall's magazine fashion promoter, a professional wrestler, a rabbi, and a married couple in their twenties with eight children, including three sets of twins in a row, are among the guests.
|18||Episode #6.35 (24 May 1956) |
A vagabond bell-ringer and science fiction writer, Ray Bradbury, are among the guests.
|19||Episode #6.38 (14 Jun. 1956) |
A paleontologist and songwriter Harry Ruby are among the guests.
|20||Episode #6.39 (21 Jun. 1956) |
Experimental sound pioneer Henry Jacobs and Albert Eisen, longtime mayor of Torrence, California, are among the guests.