Jack Barry (born Jack Barasch; March 20, 1918 - May 2, 1984) was an American television game show host and producer via Barry Enright Productions, his production company with Dan Enright. Barry's career was nearly ruined in the quiz show scandal of the late 1950s, but he made a successful comeback in the business over a decade later.
It Takes Two with Vin Scully Part 1. A 1970 episode of this 1969-70 NBC game show hosted by Vin Scully and featuring Meredith and Gordon MacRae, Gary Crosby, Pat Harrington and their wives. Plus, pre-Katrina footage of New Orleans.
American actor and game show host Art James, seen on the set of Say When! 1962.
Jack Barry -- (3/20/1918-5/2/1984). Game Show Host and Producer. He was host of "Joker's Wild". He produced game shows "Hot Potato", "Blank Check", "Twenty-One" and "Joker, Joker, Joker". He died of Cardiac Arrest, age 66. His birthname was Jack Barasch.
Jack Clark -- (11/25/1925-7/21-1988). Game Show Host and Announcer. He was host of "Dealer's Choice" and "The Cross-Wits" and announcer of "The Gong Show", "Second Chance", "The Love Experts", "The (New) $25,000 Pyramid" and "Wheel of Fortune". He died of Bone Cancer, age 62.