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Margaret Henswold
Margaret Henswold • 1 year ago

Break the Bank (1948 game show), hosted by Bert Parks Break the Bank (1976 game show), hosted by Tom Kennedy and later by Jack Barry Break the Bank (1985 game show), hosted by Gene Rayburn and later by Joe Farago

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