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monitors88.jpg
1043 viewsOne of the neater reveals to come out of 80s Price. While Janice modeled these two monitors offered as an item up for bids, a shot of Rod was shown in monitor 1 while monitor 2 showed a pan of the four contestants!Dec 16, 2012
S25berightback.jpg
502 viewsWalter, from Rockford Illinois, got on stage winning an $800 camcorder. He picked up a Mercury Tracer and a spot in Price history!Aug 27, 2007
S25triumph.jpg
527 viewsIn Season 25, the first and only time in Price history, someone rolled all 4 correct numbers in the price of the car (the first being given free, naturally).Aug 27, 2007
wtgw_motorcycles.jpg
739 viewsA strike! Holly knocks down her bike and just about takes Janice out with it as well.Aug 27, 2007
whatsyourbid.jpg
527 viewsYour bid is what??? Actually, this was a graphic used for a showcase skit all about "area codes." An area code would be shown and then a trip to that location was offered as part of the prize package.Aug 27, 2007
wtgw_luggage.jpg
570 viewsNot even your luggage is safe with Holly.Aug 27, 2007
VANDOOR.jpg
542 viewsNotice something odd about the sliding door to the van? Janice was driving it out onto the stage for a playing of 'Lucky Seven' on the 26th season premiere, when the door got caught on the side of the turntable. As Barker made fun of the situation -- and Janice's driving -- she explained that in rehearsals, the door had been closed! Wonder if the California Highway Patrol would have accepted that as an excuse?Aug 27, 2007
traderblooper.jpg
541 viewsDuring this playing of Trader Bob, Janice collided with another prize causing the price tag to reveal itself. Bob suggests to the producers that they would have more winners if they played all the pricing games this way!Aug 27, 2007
TPIR44.jpg
792 viewsPoor picture quality, but you get the idea: from the same episode in 1988, this is how the show logo and copyright notice appeared. For trivia buffs, 'Price' used roman numerals for copyright notices until they switched permanently to Chyron. The year 1988 (MCMLXXXVIII) is the longest roman numeral year they ever had to type out for the credit drum.Aug 27, 2007
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584 viewsOops! Dian and Holly were given the assignment of revealing the $15,000 top prize for the "Phone Home Game." Unfortunately, for this playing, they were holding the banner backwards, so when they pulled the two retractable scrolls away from each other to reveal the banner, this is what we saw!Aug 27, 2007
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466 viewsAt the end of a 1988 show, Bob thanks the Academy for three Emmy® Awards the show received: one for Outstanding Technical Direction/Electronic Camera/Video Control, one for Outstanding Game Show Host, and one for Outstanding Game Show.Aug 27, 2007
TPIR38.jpg
515 viewsBob introduces some special guests in the audience. From right to left, that's Bob's brother, Kent; and Bob's nephews, Chip and Bob.Aug 27, 2007
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