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Offline Nickrj

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1973 ep with Double Digits: May 8, 1973
« on: June 11, 2006, 11:19:28 AM »
TPIR episode with Double Digits


This episode aired around April/May 1973.


IUFB #1 A Cabinet/Table with six chairs from Saginaw


Ethie Frances Denise Judy
325     275       299    375


There's a conversaton between Frances and Bob but the volume on my copy was
fading out so I can't hear it


ARP is $390 for Judy


Janice and Anitra wheel out Hi Lo onto the stage with these Groceries


Downyflake Pancakes
Checkerboard Rock Hornish Game Hen
Betty Crocker Noodles Almondine
Accent Flavor Enhancer
Real Lemon Lemon Juice
Chicken Of The Sea Tuna


Choose the 3 higher price groceries and Judy will win
A Refrigerator Freezer from Westinghouse and a Washer/Dryer from Speed Queen
$840


First choice Hen .89
Second choice Lemon Juice .59
Third choice Accent .95


Everything else must be lower than .59


Pancakes .33
Noodles .53
Tuna .49 WIN!!


I think this may have been the first win in Hi Lo I'm not sure.


IUFB#2 A Riding Lawn Mower from Chaparral


Ethie Frances Denise LUCY
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ARP is $499 for Denise


Denise has a chance to win a new Chevorlet Vega Sudan


Double Digits is rolled on the turntable. Denise has a chance to win 4 prizes
as well.


1st prize A cooler from Thermos
The 2nd digit 8
The first is either 2 or 3 It's also the first digit in the car
Denise chooses 2


2nd prize is Jewlery from Sarah Coverly
2nd diigt is 6
first is either 3 or 4
Denise chooses 4


3rd prize is The American Heritage Dictionary
2nd digit is 0
first is either 1 or 2
Denise chooses 2


4th prize is ElectroGrill BBQ grill
2nd digit is 3
first is either 7 or 8
Denise chooses 7


Projected price $2427
ARP $2418 LOSS
But she wins the Cooler and the Jewelry


IUFB #3 A Range from Westinghouse


Ethie Frances  DARLENE  Lucy
325     350     425         430


ARP is $500 for Lucy


Bob leads him to the Range Game where Lucy has a chance to win A Sauna


Range Finder is $100 and the Range is from $200-$800
Lucy stops the Range Finder between $307-$407
ARP is $585 LOSS


This Range Game was tough until the $150 Range Finder came along


Showcase time with Judy as the top winner and Denise as the runner up


1st showcase
A Broyhill Living Room set
Carpeting from Jorges
A Kimball Organ
A Color TV from General Electric


Judy bids $2300


Denise's Showcase
A Horse and Donkey form FAO Schwartz
A New Opel GT


Denise bids $3200


Judy bid $2300
ARP $3101
Difference $801


Denise bid $3200
ARP $3509
Difference $309


Denise wins with a total of $4082
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Re: 1973 ep with Double Digits
« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2006, 04:35:46 PM »
OK Nick, time to pick your brain again.

This may seem like a dumb question, but were the horse and donkey live animals, stuffed animals ...

It'd be interesting to see, since I had heard somewhere that TPiR, at this point in the series anyway, once gave away live animals as prizes long before Bob got into animal rights and began saying "Have your pets spayed or neutered."

BTW I believe they also gave away live pets on the Cullen TPiR too.

Other than that, the highlight is the curious game of Double Digits. By my calculations, the prizes' values would be $28 for the cooler, $46 for the jewelery, $10 for the dictionary and $83 for the electric grill.

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Re: 1973 ep with Double Digits
« Reply #2 on: June 18, 2006, 06:14:24 PM »
Those were definitely toys. FAO Schwartz is (or was) a toy store.

And yep, the Cullen TPIR gave away live animals. One show I wish there was a clip for is the show where they brought out an elephant as part of a bonus. The critter proceeded to relieve itself on the stage!
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Re: 1973 ep with Double Digits
« Reply #3 on: June 18, 2006, 07:30:25 PM »
They also had a painting elephant artist on a Dennis James show.

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Re: 1973 ep with Double Digits
« Reply #4 on: June 18, 2006, 10:30:58 PM »
There was also a showcase in the very early years of the Barker version where a live dog was the last prize in a showcase.