Watch Salvador Dalí as a Contestant on ‘What’s My Line?’

Watch Salvador Dalí as a Contestant on ‘What’s My Line?’

Watch Salvador Dalí as a Contestant on ‘What’s My Line?

Elizabeth Taylor on "What's My Line" 1954  She is quite a character

Elizabeth Taylor appears as a mystery guest on the long-running CBS television program "What's My Line?" Dated November

Lucille Ball + Desi Arnaz on Whats My Line

Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum and Center for Comedy, Inside The Lucy Desi Museum, Lucie Arnaz on the Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz divorce, "What's my line" lucille ball & Desi Arnaz Oct A Visit to Jamestown, NY and the Lucy-Desi Museum

Lucy Ball on @Pat Rusher my line" Lucy And Ricky's Funniest Moment Ever

Lucy Ball on Smith Smith K. Rusher my line" Lucy And Ricky's Funniest Moment Ever

What's My Line? -  Moderator John Charles Daly 1950 CBS publicity photo for the show

- Moderator John Charles Daly 1950 CBS publicity photo for the show

Doris Day on "What's My Line?" Just before the making of my favorite movie Young at Heart :3

Doris Day on "What's My Line?" Just before the making of my favorite movie Young at Heart

What's My Line Top - Jade

What's My Line Top - Jade

Welcome to the What's My Line?  Game Show with Panel. First Telecast: February 2, 1950. Last Telecast: September 3, 1967.  Line? was one of network television's longest running and most beloved prime time game shows. The game consisted of four panelists trying to guess the occupation of a guest contestant.  The guest would answer either "yes" or "no." A contestant received $5 for each "no" answer. Ten "no" answers ended the game in favor of the contestant.

Welcome to the What's My Line? Game Show with Panel. First Telecast: February 2, 1950. Last Telecast: September 3, 1967. Line? was one of network television's longest running and most beloved prime time game shows. The game consisted of four panelists trying to guess the occupation of a guest contestant. The guest would answer either "yes" or "no." A contestant received $5 for each "no" answer. Ten "no" answers ended the game in favor of the contestant.

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Most Famous Women in History

When I've said that the Mystery Guest on "Whats My Line?" was remarkable because they had remarkable rare guest you couldn't imagine on a game show today, here's probably the quintessential example. The guest is.

SINGING TIME IDEA: What's My Line? Primary Review Game Notes from a Novice Primary Music Leader

SINGING TIME IDEA: What's My Line? Primary Review Game Notes from a Novice Primary Music Leader

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Arlene Francis, Bennet Cerf, Dorothy Kilgallen and John Daly of What's My Line?

And Desi certainly deserves props for circumventing his famous accent. | Lucy And Ricky's Funniest Moment Ever

Lucy And Ricky's Funniest Moment Ever

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