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Title: Airdate: 11/26/75
Post by: jimlange on May 16, 2006, 11:55:50 AM
Johnny Olson: "Here it comes!"
"The 1st hourlong gameshow in television!!"
"The Fabulous New 60 minute Price Is Right!!"

Marcy Jacobs, COME ON DOWN!!
Michelle Price, COME ON DOWN!!
Kathleen Dealer, COME ON DOWN!!
William Eismann, COME ON DOWN!!

"You are the first four contestants on The Price is Right!!"
"And now here is the star of The Price is Right, BOB BARKER!!"

1st Item: Jules Sltzer & Associates Floor Clock  ARP: $522

William $495*
Kathleen $350
Michelle $450
Marcy $300

William will play TEMPTATION for a 1975 Chevrolet Vega Hatchback

Prize #1: Encyclopedia American 30 Volume Encyclopedia set.
$480  William chooses the 4

$4_ _ _

Prize #2: Toshiba Cassette Recorder  $50  William chooses the 0  $40_ _

Prize #3: Mary Kay Cosmetics  $47  William chooses the 7
$407_

Prize #4: Maytag Washer & Dryer  $660  William chooses the 6
$4076

William is offered prizes totaling $1237 to quit or go for the car.  William goes for the car.

William price: $4076
ARP of the car: $4076  WIN!!
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Margaret Hale, COME ON DOWN!!

2nd Item: Muskin Above Ground Pool  ARP: $599

Margaret $1000
Kathleen $600
Michelle $900
Marcy $599* (no bonus)

Marcy will play GROCERY GAME for a Philco Ford Entertainment center(w/ TV), a set of 20th century records, & a supply of Panel Magic polish worth $1479

Products Today:
Alba 66 Hot Cocoa Mix
Easy Off Window Cleaner
Durkee French Fried Onions
Franco American Chicken Gravy
Certs

1st Purchase: 4 Alba 66 Hot Cocoa Mix @ $1.05 for $4.20
2nd purchase: 2 Easy Off Window Cleaner @ $0.63 for $1.26 and a total of $5.46
3rd purcahse:  3 Franco American Chicken Gravy @ $0.21 for $0.63 and a total of $6.09
4th purchase: 5 Certs @ $0.15 for $0.75 for a total of $6.84  WIN!!
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Donna Zelati, COME ON DOWN!!

3rd Item: Hammond Organ  ARP: $525

Margaret $600
Kathleen $650
Michelle $500*
Donna $625

Michelle will play ONE RIGHT PRICE for

Chromcraft Dinette Set $617
Gibson Refrigerator/Freezer $710

One Right price today is $617

Michelle chooses the Refrigerator.  LOSE
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1st Showcase Showdown

Michelle 1st spin: 15 cents  2nd spin : 85 cents for $1.00  
**$1,000!!**  
Marcy 1st spin: 20 cents  2nd spin: 10 cents for 30 cents
William 1st spin: 1.00!!  **$1,000!!**

Michelle Spinoff Spin: 90 cents
William Spinoff Spin: 80 cents

Michelle goes to the Showcase!!
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Georgia Hesong, COME ON DOWN!!

4th Item: Winwood Design Wine Cellar  ARP: $1110

Margaret $400
Kathleen $500
Georgia $325
Donna $900*

Donna will play TEN CHANCES

Liberty Slacks  setup: 763
Chance #1: $36  RIGHT!!

Berkline Recliner  setup: 2053
Chance #2 $250 wrong
Chance #3 $502 wrong
Chance #4 $523 wrong
Chance #5 $302 wrong
Chance #6 $350 Right!!

1976 Buick Skylark  setup: 84916
Chance #7 $8146 wrong
Chance #8 $4618 wrong
Chance #9 $9148 wrong
Chance #10 $6491 wrong  
ARP: $4169  LOSE
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Olinda Alioto, COME ON DOWN!!

5th Item: Ecolosphere Aquarium  ARP: $370

Margaret $350*
Kathleen $299
Georgia $328
Olinda $325

Margaret will play GIVE OR KEEP for a Keller Dining Room and Montgomery Ward Throw Rug worth $970

Item #1: Hoover Iron
Item #2: Mirro Matic Percolator

Margarte keeps the Iron  The Percolator is worth $22

Item #3: Personality Shoes
Item #4: Jeanette Server Set

Margaret keeps the Shoes  The Servert Set is worth $44

Item #5: Rival Crock Pot
Item #6: Corbell Salt & Pepper Shakers

Margaret keeps the Shakers.  The Crock pot is worth $30

Total in the Give column is $96

Iron is worth $29
Shoes are worth $40
Shakers are worth $23 for a total in the Keep column of $92 LOSE
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Sandra Mason, COME ON DOWN!!

6th Item: Set of Invicta Luggage  ARP: $299

Sandra $400
Kathleen $450
Georgia $325
Olinda $235*

Olinda will play CLOCK GAME for a White Sewing machine & a Murrey & Sons Pool Table

1st prize: White Sewing Machine $504 wins in 10 seconds.
Now on to the Pool Table...
1nd prize: Murrey & Sons Pool Table $695 wins in 14 seconds WIN!!
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2nd Showcase Showdown

Margaret 1st spin: 80 cents and STAYS.
Donna 1st spin: 40 cents  2nd spin: 40 cents for 80 cents
Olinda 1st spin: 30 cents  2nd spin: 60 cents for 90 cents

Olinda will face Michelle in the showcase.
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Michelle is the top Winner
Olinda is the runner up.

Showcase #1:
Back Country Camping equipment
Trip to Italy
Trip to Greece
Trip to Africa

Michelle passes to Olinda who bids $4500

Showcase #2: The first Thanksgiving
10 Lb. Ralston Purina Turkey
Litton Microwave Oven
Maytag Dishwasher
Glasspar Boat with Johnson motor and Spartan Trailer

Michelle bids $6000

Bob starts with Michelle

BID $6000
ARP $4911
DIF OVER

Now over to Olinda...

BID $4500
ARP $3931
DIF OVER
And we have our first permanent hour long Double Overbid.
Good show though.

Total stats:
Games won 3 for 6
Total amount won $13,894

jimlange
Title: Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
Post by: SteveGavazzi on May 16, 2006, 12:02:01 PM
Wow, what a...lack of a recap for Clock Game!
Title: Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
Post by: LiteBulb88 on May 16, 2006, 01:11:30 PM
Did they reveal the price of the car in 10 chances?  This sure does show how hard that game can be when there's no end in 0 rule.
Title: Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
Post by: OldPrice75 on May 16, 2006, 08:32:36 PM
Very interesting recap.  I'm surprised they used so many of the same games and prizes as Monday.

This wasn't the episode with the clip of the bar in the Janice Pennington Strife showcase, was it?  And did Bob mention anything about the show changing to an hour?  Also, was there the rule about the wheel having to go around at least once?
Title: Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
Post by: SteveGavazzi on May 16, 2006, 09:02:37 PM
Has it ever actually been confirmed that this is the November 4, 1975 episode, or is that just assumed because GSN aired it the day after the November 3, 1975 episode or something like that?
Title: Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
Post by: OldPrice75 on May 16, 2006, 10:00:08 PM
Well, based on the observations I noted earlier, I'd question it too.
Title: Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
Post by: Benhallums1 on June 05, 2006, 11:15:38 PM
Correction: "The New Price i$ Right" wasn't on Tuesday November 4, 1975 due to  the Duration of The Carruthers Company-Warner Bros. 7-Arts Television show on CBS-TV called "GIVE-N-TAKE" starring Jim Lange on November 4, 1975 that had a New 1/2 Hour Broadcast of "GIVE-N-TAKE" through November 28. That's already postponed to Tuesday December 2, 1975 on CBS-TV for "The New Price i$ Right" for the appropriate 1st 1-Hour Show.
Title: Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
Post by: SteveGavazzi on June 06, 2006, 12:56:20 AM
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Ben Hallums wrote:

Correction: "The New Price i$ Right" wasn't on Tuesday November 4, 1975 due to  the Duration of The Carruthers Company-Warner Bros. 7-Arts Television show on CBS-TV called "GIVE-N-TAKE" starring Jim Lange on November 4, 1975 that had a New 1/2 Hour Broadcast of "GIVE-N-TAKE" through November 28. That's already postponed to Tuesday December 2, 1975 on CBS-TV for "The New Price i$ Right" for the appropriate 1st 1-Hour Show.


To put it nicely, bull.  Unless Price randomly went off the air or into reruns for four weeks, there most certainly was an hour-long show -- specifically, #1662D -- on November 4, 1975.  There's obviously something that's been missed about Give-N-Take's timeslot, but I assure you that nothing in that post is accurate.

EDIT:  And Jimmy Owen from Invision says that according to old TV Guides, Give-N-Take moved to 4:00 PM on November 3.  I'm not really sure how you got your "information," but it clearly didn't involve any actual research.
Title: Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
Post by: Ccook on June 06, 2006, 05:49:24 PM
I was home, unemployed at the time, and saw Price on 11/4/75. It was an hour long, to be sure. Give-N-Take would indeed run its final month at 4 PM (where it was blacked out here).

The CBS second half shuffle of 1975, in a nutshell:
June 16
10 AM - Spin Off (new; replaces The Joker's Wild)
10:30 - Gambit
11 AM - Tattletales (new time; replaces Now You See It)
3 PM - The Price Is Right
3:30 - Match Game '75
4 PM - Musical Chairs (new)

August 11
10 AM - Spin-Off
10:30 - The Price Is Right (return to old time)
11 AM - Gambit (return to old time)
3 PM - Match Game '75 (new time)
3:30 - Tattletales (new time)
4 PM - Musical Chairs

September 8
10 AM - Give-N-Take (new; replaces Spin-Off)
10:30 - The Price Is Right (airs special week of hour-long shows; Gambit is bumped this week only)
3 PM - Match Game '75
3:30 - Tattletales
4 PM - Musical Chairs

November 3
10 AM - The Price Is Right (new time; hour long permanently)
11 AM - Gambit
3 PM - Match Game '75
3:30 - Tattletales
4 PM - Give-N-Take (new time)

December 1
10 AM - The Price Is Right
11 AM - Gambit
3:30 - Match Game '75 (return to old time)
4 PM - Tattletales (return to old time)
Title: Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
Post by: SteveGavazzi on June 06, 2006, 05:55:22 PM
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Ccook wrote:

I was home, unemployed at the time, and saw Price on 11/4/75. It was an hour long, to be sure.


Okay, stupid question, to which I'm sure the answer is "no"...but do you happen to remember if it was this episode?
Title: Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
Post by: Ccook on June 06, 2006, 07:17:01 PM
The only stupid question is the one never asked. ;)

And no, I don't recall if this was the episode. I can recall some specific dates of stuff I've seen, but this ep of Price isn't one of 'em. (It's quite hard to pick out an hour long episode out of over 5,000, even if it was the second one.)
Title: Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
Post by: OldPrice75 on June 06, 2006, 07:59:27 PM
Why would Price have a Thanksgiving showcase on Nov. 4, and then have another later in the month?
Title: Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
Post by: SteveGavazzi on June 06, 2006, 08:49:40 PM
I've suspected for quite some time that this was only dubbed the November 4 show because GSN aired it the day after the November 3 show (or something along those lines).  This looks like pretty solid proof of that.  Thanks!
Title: Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
Post by: OldPrice75 on June 06, 2006, 08:56:24 PM
You're welcome! :-)  And here I thought you were aware of that. Now if we could just get Jim to answer some of my questions for the timeline's sake...unless you already know, Steve:

Were the Ten Chances answer cards still red? (I take it they were)

Did the opening use the Hour Power yet? (I'd assume not)

Which showcase podium did the top winner get?
Title: Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
Post by: Benhallums1 on June 20, 2006, 01:52:50 AM
"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.

The CBS-TV Daytime Game Shuffle of 1975 in the Following:

January 2-3:
10:00AM THE JOKER'S WILD
10:30AM GAMBIT
11:00AM NOW YOU SEE IT
3:00PM The Price i$ Right
3:30PM MATCH GAME 75
4:00PM TATTLETALES

June 16-20:
10:00AM SPIN-OFF (took over for "THE JOKER'S WILD")
10:30AM GAMBIT
11:00AM TATTLETALES (New Time & Took Over for "NOW YOU SEE IT")
3:00PM The Price i$ Right
3:30PM MATCH GAME 75
4:00PM MUSICAL CHAIRS

August 18-22:
10:00AM SPIN-OFF
10:30AM The Price i$ Right (Back to the Old Time)
11:00AM GAMBIT (Back to the Old Time)
3:00PM MATCH GAME 75 (New Time)
3:30PM TATTLETALES (New Time)
4:00PM MUSICAL CHAIRS

September 8-12:
10:00AM GIVE-N-TAKE (Took Over for SPIN-OFF)
10:30AM The Price i$ Right (1-Hour Special Weekday Show for the preempted GAMBIT)
3:00PM MATCH GAME 75
3:30PM TATTLETALES
4:00PM MUSICAL CHAIRS

November 3-7:
10:00AM The Price i$ Right (New 1-Hour Weekday)
11:00AM GAMBIT
3:00PM MATCH GAME 75
3:30PM TATTLETALES
4:00PM GIVE-N-TAKE (New Time & Took Over for MUSICAL CHAIRS)

December 1-5:
10:00AM The Price i$ Right
11:00AM GAMBIT
3:30PM MATCH GAME 75 (Back to the Old Time)
4:00PM TATTLETALES (Back to the Old Time).
Title: Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
Post by: SteveGavazzi on June 20, 2006, 02:28:04 AM
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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.
Title: Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
Post by: jimlange 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.
Title: Re: Airdate: 11/4/75 2nd Hour long ep.
Post by: Ccook 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.