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Question Me an Answer

Lately we’ve been watching this Best of Password DVD that I recently ordered. It’s actually quite fun, with 30 episodes that give a glimpse of famous stars like Carol Burnett and Dick Van Dyke when they were young (early to mid ’60s).

It reminded me of a game show that didn’t make it, the one that David Letterman hosted in the ’70s. I remember Dave talking about this one rather disparagingly with guest Michael McKean on his NBC show. The show was called The Riddlers (1977), and it’s actually on YouTube. Part one is below. Letterman has a bit of snark, which makes it more watchable than most ’70s game shows.

3 Thoughts on “Question Me an Answer

  1. I loved Letterman’s early 1980’s daytime show.
    Off on a tangent, Do you have any idea where one could find three animated shorts from the 50’s or 60’s? I’m not certain about the titles. The first one centered around the trial of the giant from Jack and the Beanstalk. I think Clarance Darrow was the giant’s lawyer. The second one concerned an ice cream truck driver named Henri, or Henry. He changed the tune that his truck played. The third one revolved around a daily parade. The last participant in the prade was the Dept. of Sanitation. They always left a mess in their wake. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks, Chris

  2. Hello Chris! I don’t remember the first two cartoons you mentioned, but the street cleaning one was often used on episodes of Rocky & Bullwinkle in between the normal cartoons like R&B and Fractured Fairy Tales. Hope that helps!

  3. Checking out the site, lovely. I just can’t get enough of that Monsanto house. I remember when Dave looked that way. I must be getting old.

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