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



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335 views...crying all the way to the bank with over $9000 in winnings and a place in all our memories.
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351 viewsBob started one very memorable 1976 episode by announcing that a contestant had thrown a shoe.
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337 viewsIt was Pamela, who turned out to be a real live wire -- until she lost her game.
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371 viewsWhen Pamela won her one bid, she ran all over the stage and tried to chase Barker, who held his ground near the turntable.
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491 viewsElijah wins his Showcase and brings us an un-4-gettable total.
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393 viewsA week before Christmas 1979, Sabrina Padilla makes a stunning bid on her showcase and wins both, beating her opponent by over $4000. The $2 is thought to be the second closest bid in showcase history. Remember the movie "Better Off Dead"? "Two dollars!"
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338 views"She picked me up so high I think I'm gonna have a nosebleed!"
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382 viewsJudith reacts appropriately, as one would if she won two cars in It's Optional.
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586 viewsYou want heartbreak? How about poor Dolores, who actually lost Hole in One in 1982 after getting all six products in order and winning a putt from the closest line! She didn't push the ball hard enough. And this was well before the two-putt rule was in place.
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367 viewsAlice had a pretty interesting approach to the game. When Bob asked for her bid on the first item, she said "I pass."
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393 viewsThe contestant can't believe she's won as Barker makes it official by putting the card in the slot.
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475 viewsThe rules of TPIR state that you have to put your full legal first name on your price tag. K. couldn't. She's a Hawaiian girl, and her first name is one of those long affairs -- in fact, it's over 60 letters long!
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