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    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

    Game show hosts

    Game show host Tom Kennedy

    robot game show host

    In the 1980s game show host category, the award for hottie of daytime goes to "Press Your Luck" host Peter Tomarken.

    Another favorite game show of mine was Pyramid! It is a television game show which has aired several versions. The original series, The $10,000 Pyramid, debuted March 26, 1973. Dick Clark is the host most commonly associated with the show, having hosted most incarnations of it from 1973–1988. The 10,000 Pyramid show hosted by Dick Clark is the one I remember most...loved it!!

    "I've Got a Secret" game show host & panelists on cover of TV Guide 8/18/1962

    Password Plus with Allen Ludden. sadly this was his last game show that he hosted.

    American actor and game show host Art James, seen on the set of Say When! 1962.

    Peter Marshall- actor/ game show host. Hollywood Squares

    April 1978. The game show - "Trivia", host Red Robinson.

    "To Tell the Truth" TV game show hosted by Bud Collyer (and brought to you by Geritol!)

    ALAN LUDDEN "Password Game Show Host" Betty White's husband

    The Big Game is a game show created by Jackson Stanley Productions. It ran on NBC in prime time from June 13 to September 19, 1958. It was hosted by Tom Kennedy.The game is based on the classic game of Battleships, but with an African safari theme. Two contestants, or "hunters", competed. Each hunter was given a 5-by-5-square "jungle grid" in which to hide three magnetic "animals": a 2-square-long rhino, a 3-square-long lion and a 4-square-long crocodile.

    "We'll be back in two and two." They don't make gameshow hosts like him anymore.

    Daytime TV, Betty White was on this show and her husband was the host.

    Gene Rayburn, TV & radio personality, game show hosts (Match Game) 1917-99

    Game Shows

    "From Hollywood, it's everybody's game of strategy, knowledge, and fun! It's Tic Tac Dough! And now, here's out host, Wink Martindale"

    1957: Johnny Carson hosts Who Do You Trust?, setting the stage for future couples based game shows