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


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1470 viewsA great shot of Master Key. Note the Sherlock Holmes-style detective smoking a pipe in the top center of the board!
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1464 viewsA distance picture of everyone's favorite game, Joker.
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1453 viewsThis is the back of the Master Key prop that sits center stage, along with the sign that hangs on the turntable wall. The cue card is simply there to remind Bob of the prizes being played for.
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1446 viewsClock Game has one of the oldest controls on the set.
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1441 viewsThis device controls quite a few things in the studio. It will be programmed with the Showcase bids and handle the price reveals, it also controls the scoreboard on the Big Wheel, and even a few pricing games, like Dice Game.
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1440 viewsHe's found $100! He gets to keep that, but his chances at winning the car are through.
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1440 viewsA unique view of Mt. Cliffhangers.
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1436 viewsYep, the rumor is true. Every time 10 Chances is played, the old buttons can be found right behind the game board. These buttons were retired because the wiring was no longer working, and suitable equipment to repair the problem could not be found (remember, these buttons were used for about 30 years!).
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1429 viewsBehind That's Too Much. Also visible are pieces from Five Price Tags and Clearance Sale.
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1429 viewsHere's a closeup of a Cliff Hangers small prize podium. Take note of the fine artwork on the flap which will be covered up with the prize description and never seen on TV!
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1427 viewsA close up of the Showcase podium. Note the actual retail price card holder on the right side of the podium.
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1425 viewsDave was very kind to us on our visit. He took us to see another amazing piece of equipment on the set. Shown here is the actual controls for Cliff Hangers. Inside this locked box are buttons which correspond with how many steps the mountain climber will take before stopping for each prize. Also, behind all the wiring, you can see 3 mountain climbers stored inside so that they are not damaged during movement around the studio.
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