You Bet Your Life (TV Series 1950–1961)

Season 9


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1Episode #9.1Episode #9.1 (25 Sep. 1958)
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2Episode #9.2Episode #9.2 (2 Oct. 1958)
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3Episode #9.3Episode #9.3 (1958)
Actor Johnny Weissmuller and poet Prof. Richard Armour are among the guests.
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4Episode #9.4Episode #9.4 (16 Oct. 1958)
A farmer and his daughter are among the guests.
5Episode #9.5Episode #9.5 (23 Oct. 1958)
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6Episode #9.6Episode #9.6 (30 Oct. 1958)
Bit actress Nan Peterson and an escape artist are among the guests.
7Episode #9.7Episode #9.7 (6 Nov. 1958)
An organ grinder and his monkey, and Lois Bootzin, the wife of Gypsy Boots, are among the guests.
8Episode #9.8Episode #9.8 (13 Nov. 1958)
Model/Actress Corinne Cole and a 102-year-old man are among the guests.
9Episode #9.11Episode #9.11 (4 Dec. 1958)
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10Episode #9.15Episode #9.15 (1 Jan. 1959)
The eldest son of world-famous actor John Wayne and George W. Davis, the mayor of Beverley Hills, are among the guests.
11Episode #9.18Episode #9.18 (22 Jan. 1959)
NASA physicist Albert Hibbs, who devised a system for beating roulette wheels, is among the guests.
12Episode #9.21Episode #9.21 (12 Feb. 1959)
A female attorney and private eye, who owns and operates a private detective agency, and a misogynistic man, who founded an organization advocating for the domination of women, are among the guests.
13Episode #9.22Episode #9.22 (19 Feb. 1959)
H.G. Morton, who believes in the suppression and domination of women, returns from last week and is teamed with a housewife, who offers a rebuttal on behalf of women. A man who sells anti-freeze in Alaska is also among the guests.
14Episode #9.23Episode #9.23 (26 Feb. 1959)
Don Drysdale, pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers, and 94-year-old Louis Rich, who was on the show seven years ago, are among the guests.
15Episode #9.24Episode #9.24 (5 Mar. 1959)
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16Episode #9.25Episode #9.25 (12 Mar. 1959)
Guy Hatfield, a descendant of the legendary Hatfield-McCoy feud (1863-1891), is among the guests.
17Episode #9.26Episode #9.26 (19 Mar. 1959)
Teenagers LaVonne Thram and Charles Wheeler return from last week. U.S. Olympic champion shot putter, Parry O'Brien, is also among the guests.
18Episode #9.28Episode #9.28 (2 Apr. 1959)
Olympic champion diver, Pat McCormick, and Dodgers clubhouse boy, Charlie 'The Brow' DiGiovanna, are among the guests.
19Episode #9.30Episode #9.30 (16 Apr. 1959)
Physical fitness expert, Jack LaLanne, and Kenny Washington, the first black football player to sign a contract with the NFL, are among the guests.
20Episode #9.31Episode #9.31 (23 Apr. 1959)
British actress Patricia Cutts and Stanford head football coach "Cactus Jack" Curtice are among the guests.
21Episode #9.32Episode #9.32 (30 Apr. 1959)
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22Episode #9.33Episode #9.33 (7 May 1959)
Cowboy actor and rodeo star, Montie Montana, and his horse, Rex, are among the guests.
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23Episode #9.34Episode #9.34 (14 May 1959)
Rowena Hiemstra returns to do her "crazy legs" dance at the show's opening. Actress Janine Grandel is also among the guests.
24Episode #9.36Episode #9.36 (28 May 1959)
Skip Fickling and Gloria Fickling, co-authors of the "Honey West" detective novels, and comedian Ronnie Schell, are among the guests.
25Episode #9.37Episode #9.37 (4 Jun. 1959)
An unusual married couple, Otho and Lynn Joy Pettijohn, are among the guests.
26Episode #9.38Episode #9.38 (11 Jun. 1959)
Cowboy actor, "Crash" Corrigan, and actress/writer, Joanna Lee, are among the guests.
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