Rosa Parks - To Tell the Truth (1980)8m 7s 51,921 View Rosa Parks appears on this 1980 episode of To Tell the Truth.
$1,000,000 Chance of a Lifetime - Big Win!26m 1s 33,948 View One of the first million dollar wins (sorta) in TV history. From March 1986!
Whew! August 3, 197918m 22s 5,352 View Day 5. Can Alan win the $25000? Note: No show on 8/2/79 due to CBS' monthly Magazine series.
High Rollers (July 4, 1975)22m 22s 40,635 View Watch your head, Ruta. I've got a few thousand subscribers between my two Youtube channels as well as my Dailymotion experiment, and I appreciate you all - even if I still am not taking requests....
Three on a Match (February 7, 1974)28m 32s 2,445 View First Game is still Fred vs Marilyn vs John.
The Joker's Wild (1975) - Final Episode22m 14s 19,691 View June 13, 1975.
Ronald Reagan on I've Got a Secret10m 48s 51,969 View From 1961, the future President and governor of California appears on the show I've Got a Secret, leading to a hilarious segment with the panel - including Steve Allen.
Scrabble (1993): Clanky's Big Day21m 36s 24,815 View It's the crossword game you've played all your life, but never quite like this.
You Don't Say: April 5, 1963 with Betty White28m 41s 3,450 View Betty White makes a special guest appearance on this early episode - the last show of the first week on the air! - of You Don't Say alongside Barry Sullivan from April 5, 1963 - complete with...
Play the Percentages (1980): Perfection!22m 21s 2,800 View Starts with the Smets at the bonus game - stick around for the next game for a great moment!
Three on a Match (March 15, 1973)22m 50s 12,130 View Recorded February 1973, Show #403.
Three on a Match: (February 6, 1974)28m 31s 3,091 View First Game is Fred vs Marilyn vs John.
Musical Chairs (1975) w/ Irene Cara & The Spinners28m 28s 6,102 View Short lived but fun musical game show hosted by accomplished singer Adam Wade - who, fun bit of trivia, was the first African-American to host a nationally televised game show. The episode...
To Tell the Truth (1973): Detective Richard Buggy23m 14s 7,090 View In one of the funniest games in the history of the 1970s version, two impostors manage to *REALLY* fool the panel. You'll see what I mean.