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Online SteveGavazzi

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Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
« Reply #15 on: June 20, 2006, 02:28:04 AM »
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"The Price i$ Right" aired on November 4, 1975 on CBS-TV & Unfortunately postponed for 1 Month at 10:00AM for the Duration of "GIVE-N-TAKE" at the same time according to "The Billboard Encyclopedia of DAYTIME TELEVISION" and made the 11/4/1975 Show moved to December 2, 1975 at 10:00-11:00AM.


You are either an idiot or a troll.  This was already disproven in this very thread after the first time you posted it.  In fact, you go on to disprove it yourself further down in your own post.
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Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
« Reply #16 on: June 20, 2006, 02:38:48 PM »
Were the Ten Chances answer cards still red? (I take it they were)
Yes, they were still red.

Did the opening use the Hour Power yet? (I'd assume not)
No It was the cursive "Hour Long" graphic.

Which showcase podium did the top winner get?
If I am not mistaken the top winner got red.

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Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
« Reply #17 on: June 20, 2006, 03:09:39 PM »
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SteveGavazzi wrote:
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Ben Hallums wrote:

"The Price i$ Right" aired on November 4, 1975 on CBS-TV & Unfortunately postponed for 1 Month at 10:00AM for the Duration of "GIVE-N-TAKE" at the same time according to "The Billboard Encyclopedia of DAYTIME TELEVISION" and made the 11/4/1975 Show moved to December 2, 1975 at 10:00-11:00AM.


You are either an idiot or a troll.  This was already disproven in this very thread after the first time you posted it.  In fact, you go on to disprove it yourself further down in your own post.

Not only that, but The Billboard Encyclopedia of Daytime Television is riddled with erratum. That and it appears that Ben Hallums didn't read on further to see the posts that disprove this instance. (Not only that, but he practically copied verbatim the "daytime shuffle" I posted earlier.)

I reiterate: I was at home, unemployed on 11/3/75, and saw the first hour-long Price Is Right.
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