What's My Line? (1950–1967)
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Ambassador to the United Nations Henry Cabot Lodge 

Dorothy Kilgallen, Fred Allen, Arlene Francis and Bennett Cerf are this evening's panelists. Host and moderator, John Daly, welcomes them and gets right down to cases by inviting the first ... See full summary »

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Franklin Heller

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Dorothy Kilgallen ... Herself - Panelist
Fred Allen ... Himself - Panelist
Arlene Francis ... Herself - Panelist
Bennett Cerf ... Himself - Panelist
John Daly ... Himself - Moderator (as John Charles Daly)
Marcel A. Palmero Marcel A. Palmero ... Himself - Contestant (as M.A. Palmaro)
Max Allen McKay Max Allen McKay ... Herself - Contestant
Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. ... Himself - Mystery Guest (as Henry Cabot Lodge)
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Storyline

Dorothy Kilgallen, Fred Allen, Arlene Francis and Bennett Cerf are this evening's panelists. Host and moderator, John Daly, welcomes them and gets right down to cases by inviting the first contestant to 'sign in, please." The gentleman is Mr. M.A. Palmaro, who says he's from New York City. In fact, he is the Consul General of Monaco. Dorothy Kilgallen recognizes the man and disqualifies herself. The panel is stumped, and Mr. Palmaro wins by default. Mr. Daly asks Miss Kilgallen to identify Mr. Palmaro, and she does and adds that she rather thinks she'll see him in the not too distant future for a Visa to Monaco, a location very much in the news in early 1956. Next up is one Max Allen McKay, a Kentucky woman, who is a jailer. Again, the panel is stumped, and Miss McKay wins the round by default. Tonight's mystery guest is Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., former Massachusetts senator and currently U.S. Representative to the United Nations. Fellow Bostonian, Fred Allen, identifies Mr. Lodge. In ... Written by johnmike59

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Genres:

Family | Game-Show

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Language:

English

Release Date:

22 January 1956 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Dorothy Kilgallen mentioned a visit to the Consulate of Monaco so she could ask for a visa to attend and cover the wedding of the decade, perhaps - that of movie star Grace Kelly to Prince Rainier of Monaco on 21 April 1956. See more »

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References The George Gobel Show: Episode #2.13 (1956) See more »

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