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435 viewsAngela holds her commemorative rose as Bob Barker congratulates her on winning over $7000 on Valentine's Day 1973, a very high total for a daytime show. What was special about her win? She won a Schierich bar base, a Levitz Love seat, a Chevrolet Vega, and two Toyota Corollas. She may well be the first player on the show to ever win three cars.
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427 viewsDanielle Torres and her jaunt into the TPIR record books.
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427 viewsAnnie in action celebrating the very thought of winning a jeep. But hold on, Annie...you haven't even played the game, yet!!
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424 viewsWith four chips having landed in 0, Bob trusts Dian to drop the final chip! But her chip lands in a zero as well!
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424 viewsSure enough, Winnifred wins the recliner, and can't wait to try it out!
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410 views"The Price is Right" has long been a favorite with the college crowd! But sometimes Bob worries about his safety when the partying starts on stage!
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409 viewsBob drops his chip, and it lands in the $1000 slot.
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405 viewsA contestant spins $ .90 in the showcase showdown from the first permanent hour-long show in 1975. Note that the familiar green sections didn't premiere when the Big Wheel itself did! Note that the handles we're familiar with today were originally red handlebar-style pegs when the wheel debuted.
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403 viewsTPIR doesn't get weirder than this. In 1987, Mary is shown winning the pricing game Most Expensive.
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403 viewsYou know what they say about dynamite coming in small packages! When Alexandra found out she was going to play 'Plinko' for a possible $25,000 prize back in 1986, she couldn't contain her enthusiasm. Barker's ready to run for cover!
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401 viewsTwelve years later, that woman who picked Bob up, spun him around, and gave him a nosebleed (as he claimed) returned to pay Bob a visit and haunt him with painful memories. Muusolia was told by Bob, "I will never forget you!"
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401 viewsShe got the first number right, then the second, and then the fifth! It came down to one choice for the third number and two for the fourth!
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