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The props, places, faces, and games of The Price is Right



TPIR17.jpg
477 viewsThe clam is a clever way to conceal an item up for bids. This is an early design of the clam's exterior with the show logo from 1975.
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415 viewsDon't touch those "Shell Game" chips until Bob tells you to!
TPIR19.jpg
475 viewsFrom the first permanent hour long show in 1975, here is Bob explaining the rules of the showcase. It's interesting to note that in this show, the big winner got the podium with the green asterisk instead of the red. Eventually, the red asterisk was placed in front of the big winner.
TPIR19_004.jpg
428 viewsThis is always a happy sight in "Shell Game!" The contestant has guaranteed herself a win by getting a chip in front of each shell.
TPIR20_002.jpg
460 viewsBob sweetens the pot by offering a $500 bonus if she can guess which shell is concealing the ball.
TPIR5.jpg
595 viewsCheck out the pink border around contestant's row from this syndicated nighttime episode from 1985. This border was also used in the daytime version.
wheel2.jpg
506 viewsBack in the early 1980s, nothing was placed on the floor in front of the big wheel. This blank space was soon replaced by two red circles, one for the spinner and one for the contestant in the lead. In 1994, this was replaced by the carpet from Doug Davidson's version of the show. Nowadays, a wider red and yellow carpet covers this spot.
Wheel75.jpg
649 viewsBob introduces America to the Big Wheel in the first permanent hour-long show from 1975. There were no green sections and no "bonus" spin -- only a $1,000 bonus for getting $1.00 in one or two spins.
wheel9.jpg
626 viewsBob tells the contestant she stopped on a nickel and that she needed to spin again. Hold on there! Bob finally realizes that the "9" fell off the side of the big wheel and the contestant wins with 95 cents!
wokoffame.jpg
559 viewsIt's "Wok" of Fame! Terrible joke, we know. We couldn't resist!
   
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